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hi, Just curious about this, Is it possible to OC throught the bios of your Dell/Intel Manufactured Mobo?

arent they locked?,

If So Are you able to unlock them? Theres got to be a way to get around it surely!!!

Thanks Guys
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I have a dell, and im afraid you cannot unlock them, and if you can, no one has figured out how to unlock them yet.

Sucks, I know. I now regret asking for a dell.
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Originally Posted by DOSBOY
hi, Just curious about this, Is it possible to OC throught the bios of your Dell/Intel Manufactured Mobo?

arent they locked?,

If So Are you able to unlock them? Theres got to be a way to get around it surely!!!

Thanks Guys
No you cannot, they disable the feature and they make their own motherboard to stop this, unless its the dell's gamiung line because they are oc'able
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Dell gaming line = XPS = expensive + overpriced

Custom PC's are the only way to go. Wish i hadn't bought my Fujitsu Siemens
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Damn Right Overpriced
    
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thanks guys, I share the same views NOW!!!!
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post #7 of 7
How can the dell XPS be overclocked. I was under the assumption that you cant. I have one and the needed bios settings are locked.
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