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reclock

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EtymologyEdit

re- +‎ clock

VerbEdit

reclock (third-person singular simple present reclocks, present participle reclocking, simple past and past participle reclocked)

  1. (transitive, computing) To modify the clock speed of.
    • 1999, PC Mag (volume 18, number 6, 23 March 1999, page 87)
      And what's the big deal if people reclock their chips? “It gives us a bad reputation when a reclocked system fails!” says Intel.

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