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See also: over-clock
- To run a processor (CPU), or any electronic logic device, at a speed higher than is recommended by the manufacturer.
- 2005, "Although it is possible to overclock many of the components of a computer (such as the CPU, FSB frequency and video card), it is not possible to overclock all components." — Wikibooks:How To Assemble A Desktop PC/Optimizing and overclocking, Wikibooks