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I want to oc my laptop cause its very slow in game .
here the stats
Amd Turion 64 x2 Mobile Technology Tl-60 2ghz
Ram :1,94gb
64 bit system Windows 7 Ultimate
When I Start gaming its laggy and i got fps from 50-100
how to oc help me pls
its a http://gizmologia.com/files/2007/05/sv6000.jpg
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First overclocking that laptop won't help if you can get any OC at all it will be very minimal because the cooling in the laptop is not adequate for overclocking, next most laptops don't even let you OC the bios is blocked, and third if you are getting 50-100 FPS in a game you're not lagging, probably a typo.
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OP...First This question is in wrong section....mods please Move

Unfortunaley those machines are not meant for gaming, there cheap mainstream computers for daily work for 98% of the population.

I have to repair theese machines all the time when the motherboards fry or wifi cards die.......The unit will already be burning hot with that amd at stock levels, so inadequate cooling will not allow any oc if possible, then bios wont let u change anything anyways.....U'll just fry the board on that unit. without a dedicated gpu, that holds it back alot as well.

If you want to increase performace


-Max out the Ram...try to find a good low latency ram from newegg
-SolidState Drive- SSD- this will improve load times tremedoulys
-You could possibly try to see if you replace the cpu for that model for a higher clocked version
Edited by Bigo1087 - 5/2/11 at 10:11pm
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You would probably better getting a Alienware x17
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