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28 May 2010  
Dark Nova Gamer

Windows 7 Ultimate, OS X 10.7, Ubuntu 11.04

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by stormy13 View Post
Yes you can, but not in your case. Unfortunately for you yours in a HP computer (would be the same if it was a Dell, etc), and HP and just about any other off-the-shelf computer manufacturer locks the bios so that the features/settings that allow for overclocking are inaccessible.
I believe there are program to accomplish overclocking as well. I'm not any help with the programs part of it as I have it easy (bios overclocking) but its something that should be looked into.

To the original poster, it would help if you posted what Athlon II X2 you have. For example there are Athlon II X2 240's, 245's, and so on. (I have the 240)
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