Overclocking
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Overclocking

Overclocking: The practice known as overclocking (formerly known as undertiming) aims to achieve a higher clock speed for an electronic component (above the manufacturer’s specifications).1 The idea is to get higher performance for free, or exceed the current fees of performance, although this may result in a loss of stability or shorten the service life of the component. Overclock is an anglicism commonly used in computing , which literally means, on the clock, that is, increase the clock frequency of the central processing unit or simply upload frequencies.