Hi guys! I just wanted to share this awesome overclock with you lot, and inform you of this really nice new overclocking tool at the same time! I managed to overclock my GF's lappy with an AMD A6-3410MX APU from 1,6GHz with 2,3GHz turbo, to 2,2GHz with a massive 3,1GHz turbo! Also, the 2,2GHz overclock is managed with a lower voltage than the voltage it used running at 1,6GHz. I did this with a overclocking tool called FusionTweaker, which lets you manually set the multiplier and voltage for each different P-state the APU has(it even includes 2 P-states for the North bridge, though I'm not sure that part of the program is fully functional) The default voltage for P-state 1(the highest non-turbo P-state) at 1,6GHz was 1,1125 volts, but the overclock of 2,2GHz was managed with a voltage of 1,0625. I could go even higher than 2,2GHz, but even at a lowered voltage, it already got about 3 degrees hotter than without the overclock, so i decided to play it safe and leave it at 2,2GHz and 1,0625V. Below are some screenies: Here I overclocked and undervolted only the P1 state (from 1,6GHz at 1,1125 volts to 2,2GHz at 1,0625 volts). After that I wanted to make sure the APU didnt get too hot with both the CPU and GPU part at max load. I did this by running prime95 at 4 threads and running furmark burn-in at the same time Then I tried out the max stable turbo frequency. I managed the Turbo speed of 3,1GHz by simply leaving the turbo voltage at stock, and increasing the multiplier untill the system began to get unstable when running prime95 at just 2 out of 4 threads. With only 2 threads loaded by prime95, both CPU-Z and FusionTweaker reported the cores still switching to the turbo state. I figured that this would be the best way to test turbo stability(as opposed to running prime95 at all 4 cores, since then the turbo doesnt seem to be kicking in anymore). So, I am a happy person!(and so is the GF ), and the best part about this overclock is that it doesnt even really increase the temperature of the APU in a significant way (about 3 C max). I havent yet had the time to undervolt those other P-states in order to reach better battery life, but these results promise alot for that aswell! Also I'd say this overclock promises some nice performace improvements for everyone with a Llano APU! Furthermore, I'm open for any suggestions or requests regarding this overclock, as i'm actually not really a veteran overclocker, and always willing to learn more UPDATE: I managed to get the Idle clocks down from 800MHz to 500MHz, I found this the lowest I could go without noticing the slowdown. The 500 Mhz clock only needed a puny 0,65V to be stable, instead of the stock 0,9375V at 800MHz. This is gonna do alot for idle power use and battery life! EDIT: Upping the multiplier doesnt seem to work for all desktop Llano APU's. PS For everyone interested, I read about FusionTweaker for the first time here, and its downloadable here. The first link also contains a link to a tweaking utility for brazos. The Brazos tweaking utility is limited to tweaking the voltage only.