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I've got that evil grin too.. The manufacturer is the one who keeps suggesting it and won't void my warranty for overclocking (I'm also talking about it with him too). This thing is built to overclock. He's got that ES chip stable at 2.6 GHz and is "getting unbelievable numbers from the 7950 oc'ing it."... Hell, he's the one who showed me how to do the heatsink mod. I've come here, because I'm guessing you all probably know more about overclocking than he may and I want to do this reasonably safely.

I'm not planning on going extreme, nor do I really need to do it... but something inside me just won't let me get by with stock.. I want to overclock it... just because..
    
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I've got that evil grin too.. The manufacturer is the one who keeps suggesting it and won't void my warranty for overclocking (I'm also talking about it with him too). This thing is built to overclock. He's got that ES chip stable at 2.6 GHz and is "getting unbelievable numbers from the 7950 oc'ing it."... Hell, he's the one who showed me how to do the heatsink mod. I've come here, because I'm guessing you all probably know more about overclocking than he may and I want to do this reasonably safely.

I'm not planning on going extreme, nor do I really need to do it... but something inside me just won't let me get by with stock.. I want to overclock it... just because..
Never satisfied...


Well all I can say is the best of luck!
    
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how'd you manage gettin an ES inside of a laptop?

i'd say pry the female dog out and pop it into a desktop motherboard then you can really do some overclocking.
Like this.... plop.
    
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well since you can't get into bios, then its kinda hard. just use a program and overclock it stable on stock voltage so you're not creating that much heat. you should be able to squeeze 300-400 MHz out of that proc easy.
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Speedfan doesn't seem to work.. It's not reading anything but HD0 and Temp1.. no voltages, fan speeds, etc. edit: temp one seems to correspond with the ACPI Thermal Zone Temp

SysTool couldn't identify my mobo, but looks like it may work. Any others I might look at?

TAT works great. 23-27 Celius on both cores with light load..

Any other thermal programs suggested for the rest?
    
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You might want to try Everest Home Edition for the temperatures. But it might not detect them like speedfan.

I've owned laptops. All of which were always boiling hot(usually get around 80°C load, but it looks like this one is fine for overclocking. I mean 29 ° C for idle would even be a miracle for the ones ive used. So I say go ahead and have an overclocking adventure .
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I know someone that overclocked there 7500 on there laptop, still working great and it's a older system (1.3Ghz Intel, 512MB of ram etc..)
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