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Ocing Atom CPU

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Have anyone bother to OC/play with these Atom CPU, i have one of them at work (atom 330) wich is one of the very basic one and i could manage to bump it from 1,6 to 1,9Mhz before it stop posting.

Monitoring temp was kind of impossible since i couldn't find anything that would support the CPU...

it's nothing so important, i am just curious if anyone had crazy result with them...
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Why... that's like making a 32hp try to perform like a 40hp engine.. it's useless..



BUUUTTT. good luck my friend!

And you already tried HWmontior? Or speedfan?
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yes HWMon/speefan/Realtemp and another one that i dont remember.

But like i said it's more for the kick, when i have nothing to do at work.... Im not looking after performance or anything, if i could OC my Sharp calculator for it to type on the paper roll faster i would...
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