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    How to Overclock my Intel Centrino Duo from 1.66GHz To 1.7 GHz

    I bought a acer notebook with an Intel 1.66GHz. I ask myself is probably a stupid but I may want to know is that can i overclock 1.66GHz To 1.7 GHz. My processor frequency is 1.66 GHz, System Bus: 667MHz, L2 Cache: 2MB, Sockets: 478. It is in perfect condition, I have tested it on my laptop. lease help. Thanks in advance.

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    Re: How to Overclock my Intel Centrino Duo from 1.66GHz To 1.7 GHz

    Intel Centrino Duo which is etched in 0.13 micron allows dramatic increases in frequency: 400 MHz 600 see more. His fine engraving allows him to go up in frequency without changing the voltage and not too big elevation of temperature. Thus, the 1.6 GHz A, 1.8 GHz In total more than 2.1 and 2.3 Ghz just passing the bus at 133 MHz (100 cons of origin) and sometimes not even mount the voltage. The 2.0 GHz A is not very interesting because it caps to 2.4 GHz as the 1.6 and 1.8 that can reach it. So why pay more for something that will not go higher than others.

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    Re: How to Overclock my Intel Centrino Duo from 1.66GHz To 1.7 GHz

    By changing the base frequency, that is to say that the motherboard (the processor is then subjected to too elevated frequency proportional to the multiplier). The possible frequencies of the motherboard will depend on the type of motherboard (motherboard a recent course will "move" higher frequencies), they may be among the following frequencies:
    # 50MHz
    # 60MHz
    # 66MHz
    # 75MHz
    # 83Mhz
    # 100MHz.

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    Re: How to Overclock my Intel Centrino Duo from 1.66GHz To 1.7 GHz

    A PCI bus, for example, the frequency related to that of the motherboard by a factor of 0.5, that is to say that with a motherboard running at 66MHz PCI bus has a frequency of 33MHz. For example, an increase of the base frequency of the motherboard will cause direct proportional increase in the frequency of the PCI bus, that is to say, all components are attached.

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    Re: How to Overclock my Intel Centrino Duo from 1.66GHz To 1.7 GHz

    It is better to increase the frequency of the motherboard as the multiplier. Let's see this with this example: a Pentium 166 with a clock rate is 83Mhz which the multiplier is 2 (2x83 = 166) will have better performance a Pentium 200 with the base frequency is 66MHz and that the multiplier is 3 (3x66 = 200). Indeed, some bodies act as a brake because the processor "expects" that they have conducted their operations before continuing his own.

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    Re: How to Overclock my Intel Centrino Duo from 1.66GHz To 1.7 GHz

    It must first know how manufacturers determine the frequency at which the processor is running: processors are manufactured by a manufacturer from the same base set. However, at the end of production processors are tested frequency, that is to say that the processors are subjected to a given frequency, then we see if the processor is operating stably.

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