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Overclocking

i was wondering if i can overclock a hp pavilion p6 2310 

 

http://h20566.www2.hp.com/portal/site/hpsc/template.PAGE/public/kb/docDisplay?javax.portlet.begCache...

 

But instead of the intergrated card i have a xfx radeon 6670 2 gb 

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Re: Overclocking

Hi,

 

HP uses a locked BIOS and I don't see any available parameters in the BIOS to allow overclocking.  Even XMP memory dimms have liitle use in the HP motherboards.

 

Overclocking retail video cards is a different story.  Check the XFX forum for How-tos.   Overclocking graphics usually will not show a big or even noticeable difference.  Do a google on overclocking the 6670 and find out for yourself.

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Re: Overclocking

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Hi,

 

HP uses a locked BIOS and I don't see any available parameters in the BIOS to allow overclocking.  Even XMP memory dimms have liitle use in the HP motherboards.

 

Overclocking retail video cards is a different story.  Check the XFX forum for How-tos.   Overclocking graphics usually will not show a big or even noticeable difference.  Do a google on overclocking the 6670 and find out for yourself.

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Re: Overclocking

AMD Overdrive

K10 Stat

Fusion Tweaker

 

Give it a shot! 

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