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ok it is posibe to lil bit overclock this http://www.intel.com/content/www/uk/en/motherboards/desktop-motherboards/desktop-board-d525mw.html?
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ok it is posibe to lil bit overclock this http://www.intel.com/content/www/uk/en/motherboards/desktop-motherboards/desktop-board-d525mw.html?

NO,

And unless extremely cash strapped would save up for a better board.

Pretty limited as to any upgrades.
On Board video, Low Memory and the list goes on.

To me, Cheap way to surf the net.

Later;)
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yeah i know smile.gif but limited budget so... smile.gif
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Definitely not. Intel boards, since they're made by Intel, tend to be pretty locked down in terms of features. Don't expect them to help you overclock when technically overclocking voids a processor's warranty, haha!

And as Iroc says, its features pretty much lock you in; you'll have no freedom with the board. Simply save your money now, and grab something more kickass in the future.
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even for htpc its too ****ty? biggrin.gif
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The only way you could possibily overclock is via software and that is always dependent on what chipsets the software supports. So it's unlikely you'll get much of anywhere trying to overclock the D525. If you can find a deal on an E-350 ITX board I'd go with that over an Atom D525. The built-in HD6310 GPU on the E-350 is miles better than the GMA3150 IGP with the Atom. Especially for light HTPC duties the the E-350 would do much better.
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oh theese motherboards have double higher price than that intel in my country biggrin.gif
like his one costs about 250 usd in our country :d
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813131732
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Edited by mr one - 2/22/12 at 11:56pm
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The only way you could possibily overclock is via software and that is always dependent on what chipsets the software supports. So it's unlikely you'll get much of anywhere trying to overclock the D525. If you can find a deal on an E-350 ITX board I'd go with that over an Atom D525. The built-in HD6310 GPU on the E-350 is miles better than the GMA3150 IGP with the Atom. Especially for light HTPC duties the the E-350 would do much better.

ok, i was wondering, that intel mobo has mini pci e slot, so its possible to lug into that slot laptop mini pci express vga? :d or its just a mad scientist thouhts? biggrin.gif
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ok, i was wondering, that intel mobo has mini pci e slot, so its possible to lug into that slot laptop mini pci express vga? :d or its just a mad scientist thouhts? biggrin.gif
Usually Mini PCI-E slots are for wireless cards or mSATA SSDs. I'm not aware of an upgradable laptop Mini PCI-E GPU, the slot is too small for that anyway and there would be no way to cool it. What case are you planning to use? You might be able to find an Atom ITX board with a PCI-E X16 slot and then you could use a desktop GPU. You could also look into a cheap ITX Llano or Sandy Bridge build as they would have decent graphics and much better CPU power. The cheapest Llano is the A4-3300 and the cheapest Sandy Bridge worth getting is the Celeron G530.
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Usually Mini PCI-E slots are for wireless cards or mSATA SSDs. I'm not aware of an upgradable laptop Mini PCI-E GPU, the slot is too small for that anyway and there would be no way to cool it. What case are you planning to use? You might be able to find an Atom ITX board with a PCI-E X16 slot and then you could use a desktop GPU. You could also look into a cheap ITX Llano or Sandy Bridge build as they would have decent graphics and much better CPU power. The cheapest Llano is the A4-3300 and the cheapest Sandy Bridge worth getting is the Celeron G530.

case would be this lovely boombox fom mine collection smile.gif
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