Wadduuppp TPUcrew!? Well....I OCed a laptop GPU...one thats known to fail....and has bad reputation...... BUT WAIT!!!! Before yall call me a dumbass ......here some additonal info: Well I bought this Lenovo T61 for mild gaming on the go. But I was also well aware of this big nVidia issue regarding the G84, G86 Chips, so I made shure that I would get a late production unit with better GPU bump material.(cause of failure) It has a C2D T9300 @ 2.50GHz 6MB L2, 4GB DDR2 RAM and a cute little Quadro NVS 140m. The GPU performed good (+30FPS) in following games: -CoD2, 3, 4, 5 (medium, 5-low) -GTA: SA (high) -Resident Evil 5 (medium) But after researching in the internet I found out, that this card can easily take some OCing...well and 10 minutes later I had the nVidia Performance app installed. The NVS 140m's performance is somewhere in-between a 8400m GS and a 8400m GT. It has 128MB GDDR3, +1GB Shared from dual channel RAM and 16 unified pipelines. Sadly only a 64bit BUS... Well....it turns out, that this chip is a god in overclocking!!! I raised it's stock core clock from 400 to 500MHz, the Memory Clock from 600 to 800MHz and the Shader Clock from 800 to 1000MHz. Everyting runs stable and I get +3000 points in 3D Mark 2001. Also the Windows 7 Experience Index raised following scores: Aero from 4.1 to 4.6 and Gaming from 5.4 to 5.5 I can feel smoother gameplay in all the games and temps max out at (79*C) Is that too hot?? How much more do you guys think, can I go safely? I don't care about batery life or fan noise, since I run a fan app that always turns the fans to max. Also....is the any chance of running GTA4 on ALL LOWEST (640x480)?