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Acer EM61SM/EM61PM Overclockable?

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Ive searched the forums already and have found nothing. I am running the setup in my signiture and was wondering if it is overclockable? I cant seem to find anything in the bios to alter, any ideas?
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no

not without a bios flash which is not likly
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is it possible to change any values in the registry to overclock?
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anyone?
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No. All overclocking features are done via the BIOS and lappies can't.
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since on the topic of this motherboard... where can i find out (if possible) how to change processors... and processors are applicable...
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think i might be able to get a bios flash for this board?
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i hav the same problem with same computer it would be nice to oc without buying a new mobo.
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Originally Posted by brandonbigdog View Post
Ive searched the forums already and have found nothing. I am running the setup in my signiture and was wondering if it is overclockable? I cant seem to find anything in the bios to alter, any ideas?
how did you get 4gigs of ram to work in this mobo, i cant get it past 2gigs no matter what i try.
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Originally Posted by TwIsTeDbOi View Post
No. All overclocking features are done via the BIOS and lappies can't.
It's not a "lappy" it's a desktop.

Your only option aside from buying a new motherboard would be to possibly use software such as nTune or Clockgen neitherr of which I would recommend as this can only lead to instabilty and grief.
    
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