:I know you've heard/read this plenty of times before but overclocking is dangerous especially for an old laptop like the D610. But I know that you don't care and are going to proceed anyway. (Just like me ) : Update: To my (limited) knowledge with overclocking a Dell D610... it seems like it's either impossible or VERY hard to do if you have a 7x0 Pentium M Processor. The motherboard is made by dell, not an outside manufacturer therefore it looks like it doesn't have a given PLL number to use while software overclocking. The only (current) way to overclock a Dell D610 is by putting in a 735,745,755 processor in and then pinmodding it. To conclude, no. A Dell D610 CANNOT be overclocked if it has a 730, 740, 750 Pentium M Processor. On the other hand if you want to get a taste of overclocking something, and you have a Ati X300 Mobility graphics card. Google Ati Tray tools and overlcock your GPU. Okay, well what started off with me downloading a few 1080p videos. Has resulted to me attempting to overclock my... yes. I said it. Dell. After a nights research. I've tried using softfsb clockgen and setfsb to no avail. Mainly due to me not having a clue what my PLL is. I have two of the same laptop so parts and opening the laptops isn't really a problem. Ripping them apart is a hobby. I currently have my second D610 apart trying to hunt the PLL down lol. But yeah. It's a 1.86ghz Pentium M 750 Dothan single core processor, got 2.5gig ram. 1x512mb 1x2084mb. Already OC'd the ATI Radeon X300 video card so.. it's the CPU's time. Any tips on OC'ing this Dell beast? I should also add, I've read that a few others have overclocked the same CPU.. but I'm not sure what laptop it has been in. http://www.techpowerup.com/forums/showthread.php?t=25716&highlight=laptop+overclocking That. Top 'current elite overclockers' Near exact hardware as my laptop but still can't overclock it.. still currently looking for the PLL haha, hard time finding it. I'm assuming it's on the backside of the motherboard so I'll have to rip the whole mobo out. Any input is still greatly appreciated. Can't get to the back of the motherboard, all input/output plugs for things like ethernet, tv out etc are attached to the main frame of the laptop, so... hulk time. Ripping it off Will be keeping this thread up to date with any findings or success I deem.. worthy of putting here. To help anyone else with a good old D610 wanting to OC. Cheers. Still hunting hopelessly for a solution to overclocking .. somebody save me!