Originally Posted by calibans
Oh, thanks for the answer but I never did any OC. I atually dont understand aobut this.
I saw some reveiews on the web saying guys got even 60% of performance increase in hd 3000 while overclocked!
A tutorial for overclocking notebooks would be nice.
As there is no GPU dedicated, I must overclock the cpu for getting better performance, right?
honestly, it doesn't really matter whether or not you OC that gpu (the HD3000), because, as was already said, you would essentially be "polishing a turd" which is to say that your efforts would be pointless as you would not see an increase in performance because of how weak the video processor is to begin with and, on top of that, you will likely have worse battery life and risk damaging your notebook, and you will also likely void your warranty.
there is a reason that there is not an option in the BIOS to OC your gpu; neither the manufacturer of the chip nor the manufacturer of the mainboard in the laptop intend for you to be able to do so.
the folks that were able to OC their HD3000 were using Z68 ASUS desktop mainboards with iGPU OC'ing capabilities built into the BIOS. Your mainboard lacks this capability.
In short, don't bother. Your best bet is to drop that laptop and pick up one with an APU in it, preferably one with dual graphics. This is the least expensive low-end gaming solution.