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T9300 overclocking potential?

Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by Black Panther, Jun 17, 2008.

  1. Black Panther

    Black Panther Senior Moderatorâ„¢ Staff Member

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    It's a laptop C2D, running stock at 2.5Ghz.

    Anyone has a clue on overclocking potentials using stock cooler?
     
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    By stock cooler you mean the laptop cooling solution? Unless there are desktop motherboards that support the laptop C2D's?

    If it is inside a laptop I assume it is limited by the cooling solution provided by the laptop manufacturer. I assume that most laptops don't support Vcore settings in BIOS?

    Sorry. I just realized I'm asking more questions rather than answering yours :laugh:
     
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    I would give it ago and check your temps using coretemp. You should be about to get a few extras MHz out of it at least. If tempsstay below ~60 you should be fine ;)
     
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    Black Panther Senior Moderatorâ„¢ Staff Member

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    Dadi oh -- I mean a laptop C2D inside a laptop. I don't think there are T9300 versions for a desktop?

    Oli ramsay -- I can't give it a go... I'm posting this because it depends on the oc opinions I get here whether I'd be purchasing a Dell XPS 1730M with a 2.5Ghz C2D.
     

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