is it possible n safe to overclock my cpu n gpu as i am facing low fps problem in running gta iv on my laptop. so as to increase its performance i think i should overclock one or both of these thinks.plz somebody help me with overclocking.
Hey everyone one..i know there has been a some chatter here and there about overclock with the sxps 1640. Most in fact want to down clock to fix heating issues lol. Well i have my xps running pretty well and heat is not a factor anymore. athough im still not too happy about how much i spent..just making this laptop reasonable. anyways has anyone ventured with setfsb or anything?
i recently upgraded my 1730 with a x7900 cpu.. when i overclock this cpu to 3.4ghz, as soon as the system reboots when exxiting the bios the fan speeds go to max speed and are very loud. when i get to the desktop i cant even turn the fans down or off using fangui.. does anybody else have this issue and is this the bios making the fans go full blast.. this is hard to use the lappy at 3.4 when the fans are blasting full throttle all the time..
I'm trying to overclock the 84.25 from laptop video 2 go but it just won't budge. Every other driver overclocks perfectly. I've tried so many combinations of cleaning the driver and stopping and starting nvidia services and stuff, nothing will work.
If Dell knows anything about it on your machine, the warranty WILL BE VOIDED, and no support will be given!
Disclaimer By performing this overclock you risk permanently damage (not reversible) your graphic card of your laptop and it's components, the motherboard and or other components in the laptop.
Your warranty on your system does not cover overclocking. Remember that the GPU is soldered onto the motherboard and can't be replaced yourself (a new motherboard is required). Dell laptop motherboards are very expensive ........
i have a question and is very simple. My acre is the model 6930g with a p7450 a graphic card ati 4650 and 2 hard drives. i have already done overclock in my graphic card but i cant do in my cpu. how can i do? because i have already saw a lot of notebooks that the cpu could reach 2.5ghz, so i think that it is also possible do in the acer 6930g.
I'm already playing with the clock speeds i didn't bother with a full reinstall. i got rid of all the bloatware, fixed the stupid fn key function keys thing, and it runs fine. i didn't get the 10.3 preview driver due to a lot of instabilities i keep hearing about. gonna wait for it to come out. i'm still using the original driver version that came with the computer. i got amd gpu tools, and oced to 520/1050 just to start. so far my temps never went above 70C how do i keep this clock speed when i restart? also, i notice the default settings downclock the gpu when it's not doing anything intensive, and they go up to 500/800 when they need to. if i lock in my oc when i restart (if i can), will it still downclock when it doesn't need the speed?
It has a Core 2 Duo T6400 (I know,), 4GB DDR2, and a 9600m GT. The BIOS is version F.2A. I've been trying to overclock my GPU (through software only), though my efforts have been in vain. From what I can collect, the clock speeds are locked in the BIOS. I also can't install Nvidia Ntune because it crashes my laptop during installation.