Question about IBM ThinkPad T41 Notebook
Hi, Can you suggest what is the right way to do overclocking for my laptop? What software to use, how far should I take it. What are the risks and how can I avoid them. Thanks.
I doubt very much that your laptop can be clocked as you need to change the speed, timing or multiplyer in the bios, which can do more harm than good as the memory timings can be wrong and the system unstable. You will also find you are unable to find any changeable menus in the bios refering to the processor speed as they are normally locked out by factory. The only menu you may find is lined similair to 'Optimal settings'.
Posted on Mar 01, 2007
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