Originally Posted by wol-va-rine
you actually can overclock onboard graphics, it's not a very good idea, but it is possible...
That was kind of my point. My sarcasm doesn't get across well on the internet. Heat and that kind of thing are problem with that. You'd definitely have to be careful. I wouldn't recommend it.
I don't remember for sure, but I remember reading somewhere about ClockGEN (by the people who make CPU-Z I think??). He has to have a compatible MB/on-board chip. But anyways, I don't think it's even feasible. I'm not sure if that on-board has it's on chip or if it's based off of the CPU...in which case, he's pretty much out of luck. Even if he *could* OC it, he'd maybe get a boost of 2 or 3 FPS. He'd probably blow his MB pushing it any further than that, and he'd have to monitor the temps like crazy, either way.
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