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Is there a way to safely overclock the parts on your computer so that way it doesn't decrease yo

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Submitted : 2018-06-15 13:48:26    Popularity:     

Tags: parts  computer  safely  overclock  life  

In my experience, if you overclock by 10% or less, then you're pretty safe for the entire lifespan of the components. trust me you wont notice the diff

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In my experience, if you overclock by 10% or less, then you're pretty safe for the entire lifespan of the components.

trust me you wont notice the difference in lifespans and you're getting more for your money with overclocking. Overclocking is an option for achieving extra power from the get go OR at times when you just need it like when you slow down from multitasking. You dont have to overclock everytime you use your computer. unless your hardware is weak

That's not the main problem. The main problem is that if you overclock your computer it will make mistakes and crash. But, yes, certain chips do not have overheating shut down and can burn up.. The gain from overclocking is trivial compared to getting a newer computer, so it's rarely a good idea. If you want to spend all your time fixing your computer, then go ahead and overclock.

Intel sells an overclocking warranty.

There’s always a risk involved but it is possible. Not all chips are created equal and neither are motherboards. People have lost overclocking competitions because of either part being poor. Some people will get a Core i7-8700k that can hit 5.3ghz after a delid but others will only reach 5.0ghz. My point is you can do everything right but if you have a weak part then it will not work

no. overclocking always voids the warranty and reduces life span

If you can raise the clock speed without touching the voltage (depends on the individual chip), then it won't have any effect on lifespan at all. If you're smart with the voltage (as in don't mod the GPU BIOS to go over the limit and look up guidelines for your CPU) and don't let anything overheat, then the reduction in lifespan is minimal.

No. If they were meant to be overclocked then they would have been set that way from the factory. So of course it lowers the part's longevity.

The life span reduction can be large or small. Proper cooling eliminates the heat factor. If parts are sold at different clock speeds, raising the clock only as high as a similar part sold still holds it within the design life span. In general, you always reduce its life, but it can still be stable for over three years.

what the deuce? Just clock them normal

No there isn't. Overclocking is a tradeoff. You're exchanging longevity and stability for speed and performance.



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