Re: Computer choice
Cases are mostly personal preference. It's best, though, to get the least amount of plastic as possible, that way heat dissipates easier.
As far as what Overclocking is, it's basically increasing the clock speed of the CPU (processor) to run at a higher frequency than stock. For example, the i5 that was suggested runs a 3.4GHz. If you were to overclock it, you would increase the clock speed (by increasing several different things such as CPU voltages/multipliers, and RAM timings/frequencies/voltages through the BIOS) to say 3.8GHz. It would then have a 0.4GHz overclock, because its running at a higher frequency than what its stock.
You can also overclock graphic cards as well.
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