TESTED TO THE LIMIT-READ ABOUT HOW THE NEW INTEL HASWELL CHIP GOT UP TO 6.5GHz PROCESSING SPEED

One of the many liquid-cooled PCs showcased at Computex.

TAIPEI — The CPUs in most computers are usually cooled using a combination of fans and heatsinks. PC enthusiasts have gone one step further by using liquid cooling as shown in the rig above. This allows them to push the processor to run beyond its normal operating speeds so as to achieve better performance without overheating the chip. Continue reading

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