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  1. #1
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    Hi all,

    I've been searching for some info on oc-ing laptops but the usual response i'd get is 'not possible' due to some restrictions on the mobile processors or due to the small chassis etc etc.. I have a Fujitsu/Siemens laptop that has a normal (non-mobile) P4 processor @ 3.06 GhZ and I was wondering if OC is ever going to be possible? Or is it just going to be waste of time and hardware?
    Thanks!


    The sys specs are:

    Fujitsu/Siemens Amilo D series
    P4 @ 3.06GhZ
    512 sdram
    60Gb hard drive
    64Mb Mobility ATI Radeon 9000 graphics
    dimensions 34x28x5 cm

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    ther is no way for u to OC on a case like tat. IT will just ruin ur computer parts. I dont know about the future, because i heard about watercooling in laptops. But at 3.06 is already really good.
    My new gaming rig..

    [size=1.28]asus a78nx-deluxe
    2x256mb pc 3200 ddr 400.(with cooling)
    athlon Xp 2500+ ( at 200x10=2000mhz .)
    seagate 80gb 8mb SATA
    Tt vlocano 7+ cpu cooling
    Clear case from HK.
    Leaktek fx5600 128mb
    enermax 350w PSU
    wireless internet setup[/size]


    (game/ftp server) windows xp pro, duron 1.4ghz, 256mb pc 2100 2x40gb Hd, radeon 9200se chieftec dragon
    canada price watch :)

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    look in your BIOS, see any useful options there?
    probably not, eh?

    laptops just aren't typically suitable for OC type activity.
    buy what you need, be happy with what you got!
    The reason a diamond shines so brightly is because it has many facets which reflect light.

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