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    How to increase CPU speed

    Hi
    I wanted to increase my CPU speed on my computer for gaming.

    This is the stat of my pc:
    System manufacture:HP Pavilion 061
    Processor:AMD Athlon 64 3000+,MMX, 3DNow, 1.8GHz
    Memory:DDR 2048 ram
    GPU: ATI RADEON XPRESS 200 SERIES
    Motherboard: Manufacture: MSI
    Model: AMETHYST
    Chipset: ATI

    I wanted to increase my CPU speed from 1.8GHz to higher rate, what hardware or softwares do i need.
    please give me the specific detail of the hardware/software you given and will it match my PC stat?? Thank you for reading

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    Re: How increase CPU speed

    Use SpeedItUp Extreme. It is an all in one Speed booster designed to significantly increase the speed of your computer and boost your PC available memory. Making your computer run much faster. Some users reported up to 300% (3 times) Faster Performance. Applications will load up much quicker!

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    Re: How increase CPU speed

    The difference between stupidity and genius is that genius has its limits. - Albert Einstein

    What we think, we become (Please don't think you are a superhero and don't try to fly)

    "SUCCESS IS NOT A DESTINATION , IT'S A JOURNEY"

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    Re: How increase CPU speed

    i'm looking to buy a new graphic card, will that increase the cpu speed ???
    or shld i add in mre ram n will that help ??

    what type of graphic card shld i get for my pc ??

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    Re: How to increase CPU speed

    Cpu speed depends on CPU only, but yes with the graphics card your system performance will improve and with additional RAM also system will work faster.

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    Re: How to increase CPU speed

    Increasing the speed means over clocking. AMD processors can be overclocked very efficiently...But in your case your processor is 1.8Ghz, it can be over clocked upto 2.1Ghz... Well while overclocking keep in mind that power consumption increases and cooling must be efficient...

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    Re: How to increase CPU speed

    yes i've heard of overclocking bt i also heard it will damage your pc if ur not careful so wouldn't wnt to try that.

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    Re: How to increase CPU speed

    Quote Originally Posted by curt View Post
    Cpu speed depends on CPU only, but yes with the graphics card your system performance will improve and with additional RAM also system will work faster.
    So will u give me a specific graphic card that suit my pc or match my motherboard plsss

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    Re: How to increase CPU speed

    Quote Originally Posted by Rudra.J View Post
    Increasing the speed means over clocking. AMD processors can be overclocked very efficiently...But in your case your processor is 1.8Ghz, it can be over clocked upto 2.1Ghz... Well while overclocking keep in mind that power consumption increases and cooling must be efficient...
    hmmmm so how do you know my cooling system is efficient enuf to overclocking ??
    can you give me mre details pls ty

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