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I was wondering lf there is any software to overclock an intel gma 950 intergrated in my laptop. its an acer aspire 5610z with 120 gb hd and 2gb ram and vista home premium so lemme know if this software exists.. thanks

Gohan
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No.

Well, perhaps there is, but in general, it's hard to overclock ANYTHING from a prebuilt rig. Video cards, maybe, but I'm almost 100% positive that anything that'll work on a card won't work on integrated.

And don't bump your thread after 5 mins...

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No you cannot overclock integrated graphics. Its integrated onto your motherboard....that'd be a very bad thing to try to do.
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I was wondering lf there is any software to overclock an intel gma 950 intergrated in my laptop. its an acer aspire 5610z with 120 gb hd and 2gb ram and vista home premium so lemme know if this software exists.. thanks

Gohan



Well, technically there is one way, since GMA uses your system memory, OCing your memory might help a little, but were talking like going from 10fps in CSS on low to like 11.
    
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You can bump up the portion of system memory that your onboard chipset uses by going into the BIOS.
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post #7 of 16
GMA950 is useless IMO i had it on an asrock board with i think 224mb onboard ram web pages were choppy let alone anything else
stick a nvidia 8400gs in it will perform better

forget that GPU suggestion i missed the bit about the lappy
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post #9 of 16
You can overclock the core, but the memory speed is always going to be equal to the system memory speed, and DDR2 is quite slow compared to today's graphic card standards. I also have yet to see a laptop that allows you to overclock ANYTHING. I used to have a Pentium M lappy and the most hardcore feature was turning off SpeedStep so it always ran at full speed.
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Overclocking it won't do anything

It's like adding sugar to poop to make it taste better. It still tastes bad.
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