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kabonickj

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i read that on older systems you coud mess with calibration or whatever that was physiclly on the processor. can that be done on new systems that would ahve a AMD Athlon 1.3 Ghz. processor or can u go to system settings or somthing??
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Hello,

Are you talking about overclocking? If you are, I would highly suggest reading about overclocking first before you even attempt to try it. It's very easy to mess up your system if you don't understand what you are doing. Here is a link to more info on this site:

http://www.geekstogo...hl=overclocking

Good luck :tazz:
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iv read a few articles in magazines like PC World about overclocking...never attempted but is there any other way to speed up and older machine besides swapping CPUs??
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thanks that guide helped a bit....not sure if ill try it tho....
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