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Originally Posted by TickleMeElmo;13136145
you generally cannot overclock anything on a laptop, nor would you want to due to the limited cooling and power limits that are imposed on mobile computing.
generally no, but for some laptops you can by using SETFSB, but the dangers are greater. but like any overclocking, there is always risk in breaking your cpu in the process.
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