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How can I overclock my Go7300 without damaging it?

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Do you guys kno how to overclock my graphics card without coolbits cause i already use coolbits and it only makes it a little bit faster.
the Go7300s temp is only 45 - 52 degrees celcius.
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Its a Rule that you Should Never really OC anything in a laptop as Laptops get hot as it is Due to the confined nature of the Componenets. The heat usually becomes to great and you could kill Hardware.
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Yeah. Laptop + Overclock = Baaaaad
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I'm gonna get one of those things that sit under the laptop and cool it.
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Still dude.... Listen to what we're saying. Lappy's just aren't meant to be overclocked. Sorry
    
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post #6 of 6
laptops can be overclocked were not arguing about that, and yes getting one of them "things" as you call it, or as we call them Laptop Coolers arent exactly going to make your laptop run at -50 degrees now is it, best bet it to upgrade your laptop, check current temps and see if its possible, better off doing in the summer when your temps are going to be hottest due to the sun shine and the overall summer season. personally i wouldn't overclock unless totally necessary. but as for the cooler is that really going to work? highly unlikely, it does it job *small print* may only take away 5 degrees from overall laptop heat, not from the processor.
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