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31 May 2010  
IMUSXx

Windows 7 Ultimate
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by IMUSXx View Post
You could use softFSB or something similar. This would require a supported clock generator on your motherboard. You would have to open the case and find the chip on your board and verify the model number for the clock generator. google how to do this if you dont know what i mean.

Like i said. I have overclocked many of OEM machines this way. Just because the motherboards bios is no help doesnt mean it isnt using a chipset/clock generator that is farely common. Chances are high that if this machine is not brand new it will be supported.
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