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hudihoo

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If my motherboard won't let me overclock can i do it using a program or do i need a compatible motherboard.
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You will need both a motherboard that will allow overclocking and a CPU that will overclock..

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Is it a pre-build? If so, yes, there are programs out there that might help you. CPUcool will probably be more helpful, but if you have a Dell, it might not work. Other programs are CPUFSB and SoftFSB. However before you do anything, since I don't know you specs and all, research them and find out which one will work best for your system.
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i have a compaq presario 2500 notebook
intel celeron 2.8ghz
don't know motherboard
448 ram
64 vid card.
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