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In this issue (our first of 2014), we head back to Brazil for an interview with the number one overclocker in the Extreme Overclocker’s League. We take some time to consider our beloved DIY industry again through what is hopefully an objective pair of eyes. The HWBOT/OC-TV talk show returns again with episode 2 and we go through some of the best hardware on the market today. All this and much more – this is TheOverclocker issue 28!

Here it Is, the last issue of 2013. This time around we bring you the first episode of what is hopefully many more of OC-TV and HWBOT’s OC Show. In addition we get a quick one on one with Hong Kong’s epic overclocker, Mad222 and for our cover feature take a look at ASUS’s greatest motherboard to date, the Rampage IV Extreme Black Edition. We will see you again in 2014, with a bigger better issue and more overclocking adventures. Until then, have a cool Holiday season!

TheOverclocker issue 26 is here, packed with more of the great content you’ve come to expect. Be sure not to miss out on our MSI MOA 2013 grand finals coverage and our time spent with Jonathan Alva, better known as Lucky_n00b. As usual we have plenty of high-end overclocker hardware for you to sink your teeth into. Got on and take a minute to read it, you just may be surprised at what you find inside. Until Issue 27, do take care.

 

Issue 25 of TheOverclocker has finally arrived and we are once again looking at the latest hardware, features and what’s happening with some of our favorite overclockers in the game. We may be a little late, but we are also a little better. Until Issue 26, enjoy the read and keep pushing it!

In this issue of TheOverclocker, we are feature-heavy leading up to Computex 2013 – which we’ll be covering in issue 25. For your reading pleasure we’ve toned down the reviews a little to give you more insightful editorial about the overclocking enterprise and all related technologies as a whole. We visited IDF in Beijing and brought you info from some of the best minds in the business. There’s literally too much for us to mention in this little blurb, so we’ll leave you to discover what else is in store for you. Until next time, do take care.

 

Welcome to our first issue of 2013. Amongst many other things, we let K|NGP|N show us how to seal a motherboard permanently for LN2, get acquainted with veteran overclocker “Chispy” and throw in some of our thoughts on the hardware industry. A few changes in this issue that you’ll not be expecting, but ours is to keep you guessing and entertained. Check it out, tell your friends about, get them to tell their friends about it. It’s our work, our passion and our pride. TheOverclocker Issue 23 is here.

TheOverclocker Issue 22 is here. We bid a fond farewell to 2012 with this issue and look on to 2013. In the meantime, check out our cover feature on AMD’s overclocking show, K|NGP|N’s guide on how to prepare the ultimate extreme overclocking rig and much more. Check out our Black Ops II review as well. Until next year, we wish you all the best and will see you in 2013.

TheOverclocker Issue 21 is here, and it’s our finest work by far. We cover the biggest and best live overclocking event on the calendar: MSI’s MOA 2012. The most famous and arguably the best overclocker of all time, K|NGP|N, guides us on how to ready a graphics card for extreme overclocking. We take a look at the fastest SSD on the market, probably the best Z77 motherboard on the market, Darksiders II and much more.

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