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7400 Go O'C and Driver advice

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I just bought Age of Conan expecting my XPS 1210 would run it fine. However i found out when i entered the game that i got 2 fps on the lowest settings. Im not buying a new computer for this game so i need to somehow make this one run this game decently. I was wondering about the possibility of overclocking it, and the programs i would use to do it. If anyone has any advice please help me out
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I would not advise overclocking your computer, even if you could find a reliable way to do it. That video card is also not powerful enough to run the latest games well, even if you put a healthy overclock on it. Laptops don't dissipate heat very well and overclocking it will produce a good bit. You can't overclock the CPU because your BIOS is locked being it's a Dell. Your best bet would be to see if you could replace that video card with a better one. Being it's the small 12" laptop, your choices would be limited. Gaming laptops normally are 15" and bigger because they can fit more/better hardware under the hood.
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