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I recently got a gaming laptop from iBUYPOWER, and it appears to be a MSI GX600 Series. After looking over the BIOS, there doesn't seem to be any way for me to overclock it. Perhaps I'm missing something? Perhaps there's an advanced menu I didn't know how to access? My BIOS
is AMI v1.07.
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Its a laptop. Laptops have a locked BIOS. You will not be able to overclock through traditional BIOS overclocking methods.
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TheFlyingWallaby is right. Overclocking on a laptop BIOS is pretty well nonexistant, except for the "extreme edition" intel processors in certain Alienware laptops. You should be able to use a 3rd party overclocking utility. Search for Systool and try it out
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TheFlyingWallaby is right. Overclocking on a laptop BIOS is pretty well nonexistant, except for the "extreme edition" intel processors in certain Alienware laptops. You should be able to use a 3rd party overclocking utility. Search for Systool and try it out
I DL'ed systools, but they're asking for a clock generator code, and after some googling, I can't find it for the T9300 Processor in my laptop.
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Core 2 Duo T9300 MSI Model MS-163A Nvidia Geforce 8600M GT 2x Kingston 2GB PC2-5300U DDR2-333 
Hard DriveOptical DriveOSMonitor
Fujitsu 150GB ATA Optiarc DVD RW ATA Vista Home Premium 64-bit Generic PnP Monitor 
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Batteries... Logitec G5 Gaming Mouse 
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Core 2 Duo T9300 MSI Model MS-163A Nvidia Geforce 8600M GT 2x Kingston 2GB PC2-5300U DDR2-333 
Hard DriveOptical DriveOSMonitor
Fujitsu 150GB ATA Optiarc DVD RW ATA Vista Home Premium 64-bit Generic PnP Monitor 
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Batteries... Logitec G5 Gaming Mouse 
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