|15 Feb 2010||#3|
as above...... the gain you'll see with the limited OC wont be worth the aggressive heat increases your gonna get...
Overclocking is not something that should not be considered while using a laptop... the cooling is not good enough, you'll probably end up bricking the thing.
(& the board wont deliver the required voltage increases needed to make an OC worthwhile)
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