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    Hi, How can I CHange the Speed of my PII 266 160 ram IBM Thinkpad? It has 4 gb. of hard disk for more information. How can I overclock it? Im a newbie in this, so any informatoin will be apreciated. Thanx!

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    no way will you be able to overclock that.
    for a start its an IBM, second its a laptop (isnt it?)
    oems and laptops just arent designed for overclocking if you want more speed the best solution would be to replace it. i wouldnt even bother thinking about upgrading the components
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    Well, thanks... Do you now how to configure the Bios in it? Because whemn you enter to the ibm bios configuration it has too few things to tweak. Thanls!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tsathoggua
    Well, thanks... Do you now how to configure the Bios in it? Because whemn you enter to the ibm bios configuration it has too few things to tweak. Thanls!
    There most like;y isnt anything really at all to optimize. The best you could do to increase its performance is get a new computer because its not even worth upgrading

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    I never recommend overclocking laptops but the only two choices that I can think of is to use either SoftFSB or CPUFSB but these are only software and only work within Windows plus you'll likely have to find out the PLL chip is used in it.

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