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AMD A6-3650 Apu 2.6ghz help

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I have an AMD A6-3650 APU on my ZT brand computer. It's 2.6ghz and im on this sight which is helping a little bit, but they said they can only change the base clock when I can change the Multiplier. Can i still get it in the same range as them? Around 3ghz? http://www.legitreviews.com/article/1655/17/

Any help appreciated.


Info: I'm on a Radeon (HD) 6530D graphics card.
OS: Windows 7 64 bit

I've been looking up alot the past two days and have started to understand it a lot. I'm a quick learner so I'm more than sure I can get this down. I understand what they were saying I just have one different option than they do and I want to make sure I can change it in a way that relates to there results. Here is my computer. http://www.qvc.com/qic/qvcapp.aspx/v...6GB-RAM15TB-HD
post #2 of 4
wow that is a little over priced
as for over clocking I have seen some only get 2.9 and some get 3.1.
but you will need a better cooler as these run hot because of the gpu's
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I haven't got much experience with APU overclocking but i've heard that you need to increase the base frequency from the stock speed of 100MHz. All of the clock rates (including CPU, GPU, memory and northbridge) are based on the base frequency. This means any changes to the base frequency increases the speed of them components.
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post #4 of 4
I don't think prebuilts are meant to reliably overclock.
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