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Hello forums! I decided to get on here and get a little "PRo" help instead of me screwing things up.

So I decided to OFFICIALLY overclock my laptop's Gpu and cpu. First gpu cuz it sucks enough already then cpu if even possible...

My laptop's a Compaq presario f700..ish laptop.

It has a GeForce 7000M / nForce 610m Graphics card.

Sorry if I posted on wrong section.

I have afterburner downloaded for overclocking but if any one suggest something else I don't mind. After this ill like cpu help if any one wants to help me out too.

Like to note: TEMPERATURE IS NOT A PROBLEM. TRUST ME.
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Originally Posted by hypolo;13920130 
Hello forums! I decided to get on here and get a little "PRo" help instead of me screwing things up.

So I decided to OFFICIALLY overclock my laptop's Gpu and cpu. First gpu cuz it sucks enough already then cpu if even possible...

My laptop's a Compaq presario f700..ish laptop.

It has a GeForce 7000M / nForce 610m Graphics card.

Sorry if I posted on wrong section.

I have afterburner downloaded for overclocking but if any one suggest something else I don't mind. After this ill like cpu help if any one wants to help me out too.

Like to note: TEMPERATURE IS NOT A PROBLEM. TRUST ME.


For GPU, just try messing with those sliders. Once you go past a certain core clock however, you have to increase the voltage. Its the same basic process as OC'ing a CPU, just less complicated.

As for CPU, thats next to impossible with a laptop. You could try downloading setfsb or clockgen and seeing if one of the pll id's in there work, but I seriously doubt it.

Personally, clockgen worked for my Desktop Q6700 built by HP - but I think that was just a stroke of luck. Laptops have almost no chance of being overclocked.

Sorry frown.gif
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I don't think you can oc a laptop :\ maybe with over clocking software?
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you can use MSI afterburner to overclock the graphics, but overclocking the processor will be much more difficult if not impossible.

For CPU overclocking, you will need clockgen. Download it, unpack, and run it. Open up all 4 windows and make sure you can see them all, and make sure you have CPU-Z open so you can make sure that the changes actually take place.

Next, you need to go to the PLL selection window and start cycling through them, making sure to press "read clocks" each time. If it looks like it might work, then move the slider on the control window 1 notch and make it accept it. If it works, then CPU-Z should report a slight increase in core clock. IF IT DOESNT, anything from it simply not working to a very spectacular crash can occur.
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post #5 of 7
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Well....with afterburner I get the options on the sliders but I went to the settings to open voltage etc. Tried to see if i can put the core clock up just 1 and when I do it just goes back to 350 which is the original.And even tho i opened the options it's still blocked out.

Clockgen only shows me options and clock menu. No overclocking options.

I want to atleast overclock the gpu...any other options?

EDIT: Trying other options at the moment will post later.
Edited by hypolo - 6/18/11 at 5:11pm
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Well, I used Ntune it it "Seems" to work.
I used the options in their to increase pretty much everything.
CpuZ and gpuZ Shows that it worked.

Looks like if I restart the laptop tho it goes back to normal.

Another thing is that the nvidia moniter say correct readings ONLY if I did it while the monitor and the ntune was active at the same time.
If I change the settings then open the moniter it shows normal stock readings.

cpuz and gpuz show the right over clocked reading if I open it after or it's already on while changing the settings.

I don't think it worked....I ran the performance test before and after it seemed like it worked...but didn't really notice any on the graphics test and surprisingly better results on the cpu test...strange...

I don't think it's OFFICIALLY overclocked.

Any other suggestions?
post #7 of 7
Although cpuz and gpuz shows your overclocked settings, it doesn't show the speed that your graphics is currently running. Under gpuz go to the sensors tab and that will show you the correct speed that your graphics is running at. If it is not running at the speeds you wanted, go to ntune and under the profile tab load the profile with the overclocked settings.

I use ntune overclock my laptop too, I'm glad to see someone else doing the same biggrin.gif
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