Okay, so my notebook has an AMD Turion 64 ML-34 CPU, and it occurred to me that if I wanted to get a new laptop, then perhaps I'd take my CPU and try a bit of overclocking on it in a new system--it would just be for fun, not for a computer I'd really use. So my question is this--it's a socket 754 CPU I believe--does anyone know about it's overclocking ability? I would think that it should OC decently according to thermal tolerances and voltage requirements, but I have no idea about die quality, etc. Anyone? It would be a fun little project, but I'd be worried about finding a decent S754 mobo available that is also has good overclocking options...
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4/3/08 at 3:03pm