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how to overclock?


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hi thre!

how to use that overclicking? is teh possible to overclock my system? i ahve only 128 MB of RAM. It will not get dammage? what are the requirements of overclocking?
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Is it a Dell,HP,Gateway,Compaq or other of that nature?
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hi,

it is a Windows XP SP2 Pentium III intel celeron, 1100MHz.
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Should overclock but it wont make much difference its a pretty slow comp. And when you bring the cooling factors and the fact that you dont know if it would overclock it wouldnt be the best thing to do.
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ah ok. i will not oveclock, i'm afraid to do so :tazz:
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