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Originally Posted by kfxsti View Post

Try intel XTU to do the overlcock. Thats how i overclock both my alienware and my Msi gt80 titan.

And as far as not being able to overclock notebooks.. OR majority of Intels mobile cpus.. im calling the bs. Every. And i mean EVERY Notebook i have owned from HP to Acer has allowed me to Oc rhe intel cpu in one way or another...

Yeah I need to be careful not to make definitive answers. This was just my experience with a similar Core 2 Duo chip though, using a Dell chipset of some kind. I think it made more sense (at the time) to purchase a $30 processor that was already clocked higher instead of going through this kind of trouble. Perhaps there wasn't much info out there. Either way this achieved my goal.

I'll have to check out Intel XTU though. I've used SetFSB to clock my Ivy Bridge mobile i5 CPU to its max clock for games only (because it throttled down constantly). That's about it.
post #12 of 13
To overclock your processor you need to do what is called a BSEL mod. This changes the base FSB speed from 200 MHz to 266 MHz or beyond. After that, the person on HWBOT likely used SetFSB or a similar program to fine tune his overclock a few more MHz. There was a good write up on overclock.net but this was many, many years ago so a lot of the useful images are gone.

http://www.overclock.net/t/341123/intel-bsel-vid-mod-guide

Do a Google image search for BSEL mod and you should be able to start finding some more information about this. It is not a mod for beginners but significantly overclocking your processor using these tricks is certainly possible.
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ok. thanks a lot everyone for ur help.
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