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Overclocking hp mini 1000 in Ubuntu 9.10

Discussion in 'Linux / BSD / Mac OS X' started by tommywakefield08, Dec 18, 2009.

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    ok i know the risks of overclocking this thing but im just kinda curious and never tried overclocking on linux. im kinda more wondering if anyone has ever had any luck.:)
     
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    ive actually never tried it. i mean you are only using bios to overclock right? it shouldnt be any different.
     
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    You can control the frequency pretty easy 800mz - 1.6ghz in linux but i've never heard of overclocking it ?

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    Just search synaptic package manager for overclocking. There seems to be a software called eee-applet. haven't tried it. Also it would be easier to oc in the bios.
     
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    There are no overclocking options on this bios

    EDIT: eee applet doesnt seem to work guess its using completely different bios's
     
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    You'll need to search for modified bioses that allow oc'ing
     
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    thanks a lot sorry i didnt keep a close eye on the thread after i made it.:shadedshu
     

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