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  1. #1
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    Jan 2011

    Help me overclock my Laptop GPU!

    Im using win 7 64bit and ive got a integrated 4250, i need more performance.. CAN someone point me in the right direction on how to do this? Ive got 4 gigs of ddr3 ram and A phenom II @ 2.8 GHz DUAL CORE, Ive overclocked my desktop plenty of time but my laptop is completly different. PS its a HP Dv6 THX

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    If the BIOS has the support to do it, you're golden, however generally laptops can't, so....buy a faster one...

  3. #3
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    Check your load temps first. Laptops usually run very hot even with stock settings.
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  4. #4
    Quote Originally Posted by Nut-Flush View Post
    If the BIOS has the support to do it, you're golden, however generally laptops can't, so....buy a faster one...
    they key word in his post would be GPU which you won't find in the system bios on a computer anyway laptop or not

  5. #5
    Quote Originally Posted by Acidburn View Post
    they key word in his post would be GPU which you won't find in the system bios on a computer anyway laptop or not
    The BIOS for my mobo (MSI 880GMA-E4) with the same IG has an entry:

    Code:
    ▶ Onboard VGA Core OverClock
    This item allows you to overclock the onboard VGA.
    I haven't explored it but it does seem to hint at overclocking ability. That capability seems less likely on a laptop where there is typically less or no excess colling capacity.
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