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Issue 45 of TheOverclocker is here. Yet another Intel CPU, this time the mighty Core i9 9900K, CORSAIR’s Special Edition Contrast memory and we share thoughts and ideas on technological progress both in the PC DIY space and in computing as a whole, be sure to read our Turing editorial 😉

It’s here, Issue 44 of TheOverclocker. Lean and mean, I cover Intel’s core i7 8086K, the ROG Crosshair VII Hero (Ryzen 2700X OC) all LN2 cooled and all ROG powered. Computex gets a some minor coverage as well (hey there’s only one of me) and I take the GALAX HOF DDR4 through it’s paces.

Issue 43 of TheOverclocker has arrived. We match the two fastest INTEL CPUs with two of the best boards on the market and freeze it all for some great LN2 action. The ASUS APEX boards are pretty much peerless and we overclock the Core i9 7980XE anx 8700K to prove it. Last but not least, GOC 2017 supplement has been included in this issue – this and more in Issue 43.

Issue 42 of TheOverclocker is here. A little different, a little better. LN2 action from start to end just the way it should be. These aren’t reviews, but perspectives, opinions and experiences with some of the best hardware money can buy. We froze it all and overclocked it all. Let’s not forget the incredible CORSAIR ONE machine, complete, fast and damn impressive. All in Issue 42.

Issue 41 is finally here. It’s taken forever (4 months literally), but it’s finally cooked and ready. Two of the best AM4 boards around, one for XOC and one for Gaming enthusiasts, we look at the AORUS GTX 1080 TI Xtreme Edition, the CORSAIR K95 Platinum and most of all – out of all things one can do with a PC; Why Overclocking?  All this and more in #41.

Issue 40, the first of 2017 is here. Featuring CORSAIR’s finest SPECIAL EDITION Dominator Platinum DDR4 kit, ASUS reaches the zenith of overclocking motherboards with the MAXIMUS IX APEX and GIGABYTE releases a sleeper hit with the GAMING 8. All this and more. Stay tuned for a special insert that will arrive to compliment this issue soon.

Issue 39 is here, with an interview with the host of one of the best hardware and overclocking channel on YouTube, BuildZoid. We look at the most powerful desktop CPU ever – the Intel Core i7 6950X, Barkskin takes a look at the 2016 Doom reboot and the we dive into holy trinity of GeForce GPUs from GIGABYTE’s G1 series. All this and more in this edition of the magaine. TheOverclocker Issue 39.

And it’s here. TheOverclocker Issue 38, arriving just two weeks after the end of Computex 2016. We were there took in the sights and sounds, so be sure to check it out in this issue. We also managed to get some one on one time with the competitive overclocker, QuantumX and cover the best AIO kit money can buy. All this and much more in this issue, so dig in.

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