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hey guy was wondering if there is anyway to overclock a laptop graphics to enhance performance?
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its a NVIDIA GeForce 7000M
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bad idea; heat builds up quickly in the enclosed space of a laptop. Laptops only go up like 30 mhz anyways before artifacting.
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bad idea; heat builds up quickly in the enclosed space of a laptop. Laptops only go up like 30 mhz anyways before artifacting.

I learned this from experience haha, got bored at the airport and began messing with OC'ing the GPU. Though not a terrible idea if you intend on using laptop to double as a hot plate to cook eggs. In all seriousness leave it alone, even if you succeed in getting some nice increases the temps would be outrageous.
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Ive overclocked my 425m without a hitch, minimal heat increase. Give it a shot and monitor it.
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Not hurting anything, so worth a shot. I have overclocked my 5870m, but then again, it is in a Asus G73, so i could imagine the cooling on my laptop would be better, but worth a shot.
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