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The specs:
AMD Zacate E-350 Dual-core 1.6 Ghz
AMD Radeon HD 6310M
5400rpm 640GB HDD but I'm getting an SSD for it

Now my questions are:
Is it overclockable?
Can I play Minecraft at max settings comfortably?
Can I expect to play FIFA 11 on high settings?

Thanks
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If you go into your BIOS you should see OC settings if not then you might be able to use software. How much onboard VRAM does that GPU have and do you know the clocks of it by chance? If anything you could probably OC the video card just be sure to keep temps in check. How much physical memory does your system have as this will determine performance in game as well. If you have a OCed CPU/GPU but limited to say 1GB of RAM not gonna get you very fan in newer games.
    
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Originally Posted by lieutenant54321;13169081 
The specs:
AMD Zacate E-350 Dual-core 1.6 Ghz
AMD Radeon HD 6310M
5400rpm 640GB HDD but I'm getting an SSD for it

Now my questions are:
Is it overclockable?
Can I play Minecraft at max settings comfortably?
Can I expect to play FIFA 11 on high settings?

Thanks

The E-350 is a FUSION APU which means that "GPU" is actually part of the same chip die. Therefore OCing is likely removed because it would probably mess with the clock settings of the CPU. This is the same thing that is why OCing Sandy Bridge is multiplier only now.

Here's a rundown on the E-350 APUs gaming performance:
http://www.notebookcheck.net/AMD-Radeon-HD-6310.40952.0.html
     
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Originally Posted by Rookie1337;13174833 
The E-350 is a FUSION APU which means that "GPU" is actually part of the same chip die. Therefore OCing is likely removed because it would probably mess with the clock settings of the CPU. This is the same thing that is why OCing Sandy Bridge is multiplier only now.

Here's a rundown on the E-350 APUs gaming performance:
http://www.notebookcheck.net/AMD-Radeon-HD-6310.40952.0.html
Thanks for the info guess I am a bit behind on some of this new tech released lately.
    
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the gigabyte mini itx boards have ocing. up to the OEM whether or not they enable it in the bios. doubt AMD overdrive will ever support it either
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Originally Posted by Rick Arter;13170003 
If you go into your BIOS you should see OC settings if not then you might be able to use software. How much onboard VRAM does that GPU have and do you know the clocks of it by chance? If anything you could probably OC the video card just be sure to keep temps in check. How much physical memory does your system have as this will determine performance in game as well. If you have a OCed CPU/GPU but limited to say 1GB of RAM not gonna get you very fan in newer games.
By the way, it's a notebook, so I'm not sure if it has overclocking options in the bios. My trusty old MSI Wind did biggrin.gif
The clock of the GPU is 500 MHz, it uses shared memory.
The laptop has 4 GB of DDR3
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