Intel's IDF Agenda Includes Overclocking Solid State Drive Technology

Maximum PC: Once considered a dark art that required messing with DIP switches and praying to the PC gods, overclocking in the past several years has become a mainstream and mostly safe activity. Overclocking allows you to squeeze every last ounce of performance out of your parts, whether you're talking about goosing the RAM, nudging your CPU, or coaxing your graphics card to run faster than stock. After the Intel Developer Forum (IDF), you may be able to add solid state drives (SSDs) to the list of components that can be overclocked.

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Sahil2851d ago

Interesting concept but I am with wolfing on this one. My data is too valuable for me to take a chance with it. Even though I have multiple backups, why tempt fate?