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I never overclock my processors... because I have fried a couple.

AND I don't really need any extra power/speed... because now I only surf the web and do some Word/Excel stuff and my duo core Intel chip is awesome for that.

So - first: I don't recommend it.

But - second: there are some good sources on the web about it...

Do you know how to do it?
I mean the steps to get to the settings and change them?

If you do then I found some recommendations for your processor at http://www.amdgeeks.net/overclockdatabase.

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Processor: Athlon 64 LE-1640 2600 @ 3422 MHz
Overclock % Voltage Idle Load
132% 1.25/35/40 @ 1.50V 35°C 41°C

Processor: Athlon 64 LE-1640 2600 @ 3380 MHz
Overclock % Voltage Idle Load
130% 1.25/35/40 @ 1.40V 30°C 40°C

Processor: Athlon 64 LE-1640 2600 @ 3320 MHz
Overclock % Voltage Idle Load
128% 1.25/35/40 @ 1.37V 29°C 44°C
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Like I said I don't recommend it so I don't want to walk you through it, also when you do this you run a risk of frying your chip - and I don' want to be liable. Like I said above - there is some good infor on the web about it so you should not have any trouble finding out how if you don't know.

Good luck

Posted on Jan 03, 2009

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