headroom : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n vertical space available to allow easy passage under something
- n the capacity of a system to reproduce loud sounds without distortion
- Hyundai is beating competitors by modifying its small cars with ingenious features designed for Indian customers, such as elevated rooflines to provide more headroom for turban .
- Hyundai is beating competitors by modifying its small cars with ingenious features designed for Indian customers, like elevated rooflines to provide more headroom for turban .
- To provide the necessary headroom, Buick tried raising the roof, but that made the car appear top heavy.
News & Articles
- Intel Removes "Free" Overclocking From Standard Haswell CPUs
crookedvulture writes "With its Sandy Bridge and Ivy Bridge processors, Intel allowed standard Core i5 and i7 CPUs to be overclocked by up to 400MHz using Turbo multipliers. Reaching for higher speeds required pricier K-series chips, but everyone got access to a little "free" clock headroom. Haswell isn't quite so accommodating. Intel has disabled limited multiplier control for non-K CPUs ...
June 13, 2013 - Slashdot
- Malcolm Turnbull in NEWS.com.au
It adds to the cost of one part of the motor vehicle universe and inevitably the price of other vehicles will move up, because that will give them a bit of headroom,Mr Turnbull told ABC TV. "So all cars in Australia will be more expensive...
- John Key in guide2.co.nz
We think there is some headroom for us to fund some of the initiatives that will undoubtedly come out from the employment summit tomorrow,Mr Key said.
- Hank McKinnell in Bloomberg
There is headroom in this economy for further noninflationary growth and that should create jobs,said Henry McKinnell, chief executive of Pfizer Inc. and chairman of the Business Roundtable, during a conference call with reporters....