A PC that you can overclock and the benefits of 10,000 RPM hard drives



February 27th, 2007

Over on ZDNet I've got two posts that PC Doc readers might be interested in.

Build a cheap, overclockable PC

I've had a number of enquires from readers who want to build (or buy) a cheap yet powerful PC.  Can it be done?  You bet!  What components will you need to buy?  Read on!

Speed up your PC - Fit a 10,000 RPM system drive

Power uses go to great lengths to tweak their systems in order to experience improved performance but I'm here to tell you that all the registry tweaks and killing unnecessary services won't beat fitting a 10,000 RPM drive and loading your OS onto it.

Enjoy!

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