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i was wondering if anyone knew of a good overclocking software utility that works on win 7, hp oems, for the PLL IDT CVI90bpag (it might be cg190bpag not sure, kinda hard to read). Thanks. I have been saerching the net, and all the utilities I've found are for older Windows versions, or are unrecommended. Any insight?
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Any insight?

Yes. Don't do it. Overclocking puts additional strain on all the components, including the power supply and cooling and factory made computers typically come with PSUs and cooling that is just adequate to begin with.

If you are looking for more speed, your best option is to max out your RAM and upgrade your graphics solution. But note too, in either case, that may also require upgrading your PSU.
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