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How to Overclock - Intel Core i7, i5, i3 CPU Overclocking Guide

Trying to learn how to overclock your Intel Core i7, i5, or i3 CPU? Well, look no further. This guide is designed to teach you everything you'll need to know to achieve your maximum overclock.

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Memory (RAM) Overclocking Guide - DDR3

Want to push your memory (RAM) to the limit? Then make sure you check out this memory overclocking guide. We'll go over both of the common methods for speeding up your RAM: maximizing its speed and tightening its timings.

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Vdroop and Load Line Calibration: Is Vdroop Really Bad?

If you've ever read about overclocking online, I'm sure you've heard of vdroop, which is the drop in cpu voltage that you see when the processor goes from an idle state to a load state. Load line calibration was designed to reduce vdroop, but is vdroop really bad? And does reducing it actually lead to a higher overclock?

Vcore, VTT, DRAM, PLL, PCH - Voltages Explained - Core i7, i5, i3

There are a variety of voltages that you'll have to manipulate to overclock your Intel Core i7, i5, or i3 system. This guide covers all of them: Vcore, VTT, DRAM, PLL, and PCH. We'll also go over the defaults and Intel recommended maximums for all of the LGA 1156-based Clarkdale and Lynnfield CPUs.