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Overclocking name brand computers isn't generally a good idea. They use the cheapest parts available and the overclocking options are quite limited in most cases.
If you want to try anyway keep in mind you can make your system unbootable and make it impossible to fix. But post what cpu you have and how fast you want to go, let's see if it's possible.
Posted on Jan 08, 2009
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