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Overclock Quanta mobo

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May 5, 2010 1:09:11 AM

I have a laptop that uses a Quanta 30D1 85.26 mobo (laptop). I would like to overclock it from 1.9GHZ to around 2.1 or 2.2GHz. Could I flash the bios to unlock the overclock options or do i have to use a software?
Specs:
Model: HP Pavilion dv9628nr
GPU: NVIDIA 7150 / nForce 630M
CPU: AMD Turion 64 x2 TL-58
RAM: 4GB DDR2 Dual Channel

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May 5, 2010 2:55:56 AM

Then how do i help increase performance?
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May 12, 2010 2:57:08 AM

This computer is a laptop not a pc. How do i check if its using sata and how do i dust and use software optimization.
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June 3, 2010 3:02:55 AM

Jason761 said:
This computer is a laptop not a pc. How do i check if its using sata and how do i dust and use software optimization.


Two ways:

1. Physically open the HDD bays and look

2. Control Panel->Device Manager->Disk Drives. Many hard drives will specify their interface in the display name here. If not, google the display name for technical specifications.



As far as you need to know, ATA is PATA and most all IDE since 94 is EIDE. They are all one and the same, and in most practical applications today, there are equivalent.

SATA HDDs on the otherhand transfer data much quicker, and are generally the HDD of choice at the moment.

The PATA uses pins as its connector, while SATA uses a plug loosely resembling a USB or Firewire port.


And after typing all that I read your first comment and realized that I know that the HP Pav dv9628nr uses EIDE!! Guess it pays to listen first...

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