OC using CPUCool on Dell Notebooks

Anybody have any luck using CPUCool program to OC Dell Notebooks?
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  1. Overclocking and notebook just don't go together well, you really should cool it first, by using a larger heatsink on the CPU.
  2. Those notebooks already have a piss-poor HSF, to keep it from being huge and noisy, and are pretty much at their limits at stock. I wouldnt bother ocing CPUs on notebooks unless you can put a higher CFM fan on the CPU. Was able to do this on the Inspiron XPS and squeezed an addition 300mhz out of it.

    <i><font color=red>Only an overclocker can make a computer into a convectional oven.</i></font color=red>
  3. Which program did you use to o/c it?
    Thanks for the advice.
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