Microsoft: The overclocking makes your computer less stable
PC Perspective we get an interesting investigation by Microsoft, which gather statistics collapse/crash of one million units, comprising both desktop (desktop) and laptops (notebooks / laptops).
Tests include the ratio of collapse to a variety of OEM (Brand name), compatible and / or assembled by the user (White box), by overclocking (OC) with underclock (UC), its factory settings ( no OC), and even among manufacturers of CPUs (A and B What is Intel? What AMD?).
According to the results: portable computers are less prone to failure than desktops, the probability of errors caused by the CPU is greater than that caused by memory, underclock it even more solid and stable team, brand teams are more stable than those assembled, among other conclusions can be drawn from their results.
We recommend reading the full article from Microsoft .
Link: Surprise! Overclocking your machine does make it less stable According To Microsoft (PC Perspective)Tags: 1 million, analysis, Assemblies, collapses, CPU, crashes, dram, Equipment, failures, hdd, mark, Microsoft, OEM, one million, overclock, ratio, stability, underclock