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May 9, 2014 4:41:02 AM

Can anybody tell me-how to overclock an intel atom n475 hp mini110-3100
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May 9, 2014 4:46:28 AM

No, just no.
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May 9, 2014 4:52:55 AM

I would assume the multiplier is locked so, and correct me if I am wrong, but the only way to do it is to increase your FSB. And that is if your motherboard supports it.
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May 9, 2014 5:03:25 AM

Even if you could (and you probably can't), any improvement would be very, very minimal.
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May 9, 2014 5:37:03 AM

Well, I suggest you not to do this because of the consequences you might suffer later. This is because of the complexity it involves as well as overheating of the CPU n ultimately a painful DEATH !

But if you are still desperate, then post back. I might help you.
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May 9, 2014 10:29:46 AM

I tried to increase my fsb by using setfsb , GauravThegreat but setfsb does not support my pll and geekin please help me!!!!!!!!!!!!
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May 9, 2014 11:13:57 AM

Well, I was also going to ask you the same you did that is using SETFSB. It supports a large amount of motherboards. But the problem is that you need to know the correct PLL for your motherboard, otherwise it wont work at all. like what happened with you.
If you can tell me the the model no of your motherboard as well as the company, then i will try to find it out for you.

PS: If you can open up your laptop, then you can see the PLL which is printed on an IC near CPU. You can use this guide to find out yours : http://www.dslreports.com/faq/2403
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May 9, 2014 11:37:54 AM

My motherboard is a hewlett packard 148a.I googled it out and got my pll but setfsb does not support it.It is CY22800
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May 9, 2014 11:53:59 AM

your hp model ?
and what do you see when you start setfsb. is there any error message popping up ?
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May 9, 2014 11:56:10 AM

Ive a hp mini110-3100 and i do not get any error on starting setfsb.The point is that i don;t find my pll on that list of setfsb
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May 9, 2014 12:02:23 PM

Let me do some research again ! and also let me try things first before advising you to do anything. so wait for a while.
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May 9, 2014 12:07:55 PM

Well, in the meantime, you can do this too ! ( TRAIL N ERROR ) also run hwmonitor and cpuz before doing this so as to know the temperature as well as the realtime clocks of cpu.

1. Select the first PLL in the drop down list.
2. Press "getfsb", if you get no error and your CPU frequency is detected correctly then do step 3. Otherwise try step 5.

3. Hit "setfsb" and see what happens, if the system doesn't lock up then go to step 4, otherwise step 5.
4. Move the top slider a tiny bit, then hit setfsb again. Use CPUz to check if the overclock/underclock worked. If not then see step 5.

5. Pick the next available PLL in setfsb and start from step 1.
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May 9, 2014 12:34:44 PM

Download Sandra SI sotware from this link : http://www.sisoftware.co.uk//?d=dload&f=sware_dl_3264&l...
install it, open it with admin privileges.
then go to the hardware section, then double click on motherboard section. Wait for a while until the new page loads, find " SYSTEM CLOCK GENERATOR " in it and see your pll.

after all this, If you cannot find your pll in the setfsb software, then you're out of luck. your atom processor can't be overclocked !
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May 9, 2014 11:11:17 PM

Hey !!!!!There is no system clock generator under motherboard but i found my pll by looking inside my laptop,but setfsb does not support it.I even tried to overclock it in the bios but there is no advanced tab in the bios to perform the overclocking
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May 9, 2014 11:32:20 PM

Debaditya Ray said:
Hey !!!!!There is no system clock generator under motherboard but i found my pll by looking inside my laptop,but setfsb does not support it.I even tried to overclock it in the bios but there is no advanced tab in the bios to perform the overclocking


As setfsb does not support your PLL, then there is literally no way to overclock your processor. Well, even if you get to overclock it, which is practically not possible, you would not get a huge ton of improvements over your current clock. So leave this, n stay with your stock clocks.

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May 9, 2014 11:38:31 PM

Anyway .Thanks for your effort!!!!!!!
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