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Overclocking Toshiba NB505 with N455 Atom @1.66ghz

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July 24, 2011 3:56:19 PM

I really need to overclock this computer to do basic tasks faster if I can push it to 2ghz or higher that would be great.
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July 25, 2011 5:02:15 AM

Any more clues? I can't help you if you don't like give us info on what you ganna do like what software you ganna be using to OC?
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July 25, 2011 5:26:00 AM

You have a netbook that's designed for battery life.. :p  just saying
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July 25, 2011 7:46:17 AM

On Some notebook, you can OC it but IDK if you can on your LapTop LOL... There's this FSB Changer or something which raise your FSB and Im not sure what it's called but it's somewhat useful when you want to OC a system...
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July 25, 2011 8:33:37 AM

I really wouldnt suggest OC'ing a laptop. Even a netbook would be a bad idea. They have shitty air circulation. Oc'ing means more heat..and they get hot enough at stock settings. And besides your using a netbook..,they werent built to be fast. Just built to do "basic" tasks lol
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July 25, 2011 4:46:08 PM

starravier said:
I really wouldnt suggest OC'ing a laptop. Even a netbook would be a bad idea. They have shitty air circulation. Oc'ing means more heat..and they get hot enough at stock settings. And besides your using a netbook..,they werent built to be fast. Just built to do "basic" tasks lol

You can OC and it's your choice, doesnt matter if it's overheating when your doing "Prime" because how are Temps is ganna reach 100*C when prime been running for an hour LOL... Overclocking about 400MHz dont change very much because on my Bro's 900 ASUS ROG Gaming Laptop, it has a dual core E(Something and i forgot) and it's OC from 2.1GHz to 2.4GHz and temps only went up by 5*C(From Prime) but it idles with 1-2*C more but didn't want to go any higher because it's ganna overheat since the videocard is making it overheating and it's like at the 60*C idle awhile cpu at the 40s...
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July 26, 2011 3:36:48 PM

legendkiller said:
On Some notebook, you can OC it but IDK if you can on your LapTop LOL... There's this FSB Changer or something which raise your FSB and Im not sure what it's called but it's somewhat sometimes useful when you want to OC a system...

It doesn't always work.
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July 27, 2011 5:29:18 AM

jsc said:
It doesn't always work.

I know it doesn't always work but sometimes it does but the only problem is that you wont be able to get far since your going along with stock vCore and that's one of the problem your going to be getting BSOD...
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August 11, 2011 12:43:58 AM

Ok I understand that it might loose battery life and other things but I still want to overclock it and I dont know what software to use. I have tried SetFsb and it didnt work.
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August 11, 2011 2:49:33 AM

Overclock4ever said:
Ok I understand that it might loose battery life and other things but I still want to overclock it and I dont know what software to use. I have tried SetFsb and it didnt work.

"IF" SetFSB dont work, nothing will work... That processor is locked+Your processor is at the edge of the Stock Voltage and you cant OC it... right now, probably 30% of the laptop is overclockable but not far(100MHz-1GHz)...
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