Hi! I'm always wanting to learn. I feel like I'm fairly knowledgeable about Windows, but I know nothing about hardware. I would like to know a little more about the basics of hardware. I have read about over clockng and it is way over my head. I understand you push your CPU and Ram to perform faster then the manufacture intended, and not the way it sent it out by the manufacture. I also understand if you don't know what your doing; over clocking can brick your PC. I think it would be great to know how to do this procedure, but I can't ever see me wanting to do this procedure. I'm not a gamer and so I see no reason for me to over clock my PC. It really seems like to me it's a challenge, for those that like to take every thing to the limit. I suppose it could be fun, but might be a pricey way to learn this procedure. Any way, these are my thoughts. What do you think about this over clocking procedure, that seems to be a gamer related thing to me. If you know enough to over clock, then you should know enough that it can cause BSOD. So way come on this help forum and ask for BSOD help when you have your PC over clocked?? Thanks for sharing your thoughts!