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my sister in law just got her new dell E510 with a P4 3.2GHz. now im just used to my asus board and my easy overclocking, how the heck can i overclock hers?? i went into the bios and couldent see anyway to do it


any help??
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Premade computers such as sony, dell, emachines etc cannot be overclocked due to bios restrictions, sorry.
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Originally Posted by Jonrezz
Premade computers such as sony, dell, emachines etc cannot be overclocked due to bios restrictions, sorry.

oh dont be sorry for me, its not my computer lol thanks
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post #4 of 12
yeah the motherboards/bios are custom made for Dell.. they have no options in them at all (at least none that we're interested in). At this time, theres no way to "flash" or "replace" the bios in them because most of the components are proprietary.

You can however, get a different motherboard and put it in the dell case.
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post #5 of 12
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Originally Posted by boostdemon
You can however, get a different motherboard and put it in the dell case.

And then you have to buy a new copy of Windows.
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Originally Posted by Thumper
And then you have to buy a new copy of Windows.
No if you know some one with a disc, just use the COA tag stuck to the case. The disc is a mass produced disc, the only thing that is unique is the COA sticker. Ive helped out alot of friends this way, they dont have the original disc, but they do have the original COA. SO all I did was reload windows, and use their key numbers on the COA.
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Originally Posted by Adeoliver
No if you know some one with a disc, just use the COA tag stuck to the case. The disc is a mass produced disc, the only thing that is unique is the COA sticker. Ive helped out alot of friends this way, they dont have the original disc, but they do have the original COA. SO all I did was reload windows, and use their key numbers on the COA.

That's IF the person paid extra for an actual OS disc with their computer. Unless you specifically request one and pay for it, you won't have even teh COA.....it just comes pre-loaded. And M$ has decided that if you buy a pre-built computer with their OS pre-loaded and you change the board, you HAVE to buy a new copy of Windows......as they consider that a "new" computer.

There's a thread on it in the News section........
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That's IF the person paid extra for an actual OS disc with their computer. Unless you specifically request one and pay for it, you won't have even teh COA.....it just comes pre-loaded. And M$ has decided that if you buy a pre-built computer with their OS pre-loaded and you change the board, you HAVE to buy a new copy of Windows......as they consider that a "new" computer.

There's a thread on it in the News section........
Thats Odd every Pre-built rig Ive bought or seen came with a COA on the tower, but didnt come with a disc. I guess only Hp, COmpaq and some Dell systems come this way huh? Ive got 3 COmpaq systems that I bought new that didnt have a disc but did have the COA, a friend of mine bought new Compaq that way, and another friend had a couple old HP's that had no disc's but did have the COA.
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Normally the o/s is put on to the system restore discs ..It is there but they do that so you have to laod all there crappy software too
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Normally the o/s is put on to the system restore discs ..It is there but they do that so you have to laod all there crappy software too
Ah yes, that makes sence. I never used them.
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