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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 05-25-2004, 06:29 AM - Thread Starter
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hi,

I have a nootbook with p4 (3,2GHz) mobile (not centrino) and an uniwill motherboard with sis 648fx pll

but I can't find any software for changing the frequency - clockgen does not support this chipset ...

thx. br, cqeb
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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 05-26-2004, 01:31 PM
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Your mobo may not have the features to o/c your cpu. You need to check your manual or the company's website for instructions.

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Your mobo may not have the features to o/c your cpu. You need to check your manual or the company's website for instructions.
my notebook's company isn't providing too many infos

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I highly doubt you can overclock with your notebook. Not very many notebooks allow you to do so. Alot of them have the features locked out.

Sorry for the bad news. I could be wrong though as notebooks are not my expertise.

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I highly doubt you can overclock with your notebook. Not very many notebooks allow you to do so. Alot of them have the features locked out.

Sorry for the bad news. I could be wrong though as notebooks are not my expertise.
hehe, I just want to clock down my notebook
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Why would you want to slow down your pc?

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probably to see how big a differance the clocks made in benchies and stuff, and no you wont beable to change anythin on the laptop performance wise

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