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Old 12-21-2013, 12:48 PM   #1
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Default Overclocking AMD-E350 Chip in an All-In-One?

Hi there, Just wondering if there is any chance of being able to overclock my Processor? I had this PC bought for me last Christmas and it is used as a secondary computer on the weekends when I visit my Dads, but i have terrible performance on it with the chip just being Dual core 1.6. I have doubts that i would be able to Overclock it but i have seen on other forums that it is possible but not recommended because of cooling.(This was on a laptop though)
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Default Re: Overclocking AMD-E350 Chip in an All-In-One?

I wouldn't overclock an all in one for the same reasons as a laptop.
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Default Re: Overclocking AMD-E350 Chip in an All-In-One?

I have the same laptop and posted a thread about it a while back, See what members said here Is It Possible To Overclock AMD E-350 Dual Core Brazos?
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