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New CPU-Z overclocking program


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Master_Axe

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Hi,

So, i really don't know much about overclocking, since i only use laptops, and they are generally all preassembled by companies such as alienware, sony, or dell, as you all know. I just checked back to cpu-z.com, and there was a new program that supposedly makes overclocking easier, or whatever, i didnt look into it very far. I'm just wondering if i could now overclock a new alienware 51m 7700, or a sony vaio, with this program.

Just to make sure- with preassembled computers, i can't overclock anyhting(graphic card etc.?) Thnx,

Franz
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Well the clockgen software is preety good easiest overclockng software i have found but i cant get it to save the overclocks and stick to them after i reboot. well i mostly use it to see how far i an go before the computer throws a hissy fit. I wouldnt want to overclock a laptop as the extra heat would be difficult to det rid of and of course if you value your fertility the extra heat on your lap isnt good either .
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well, i'm getting an extra cooler anyway, but i guess it'll be fast enough anyway. just wondering if i could, since i can't access the right BIOS and all, since it's a preassembled chipset, or whatever. thanks,

franz
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