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September 28, 2005, 12:38 am
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Is it safe to overclock my intel celeron 2.6 in my laptop with
standard cooling? And is there anyway to overclock my integrated video
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Re: Overclocking a laptop with standard cooling
| Is it safe to overclock my intel celeron 2.6 in my laptop with
| standard cooling? And is there anyway to overclock my integrated video
The likely answers are
you can't overclock because there are no provisions for
changing the FrontSide Bus speed
locking the AGP and PCI Bus speeds
changing the CPU voltage
it isn't safe to overclock because of heat buildup inside the case
damaging components other than the CPU
integrated video can't be overclocked.
You didn't provide sufficient information even for guesses past the above.
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