Increase Processor Output Tags: CPUs Processors Last response: January 28, 2012 11:54 AM in CPUs Share awentas January 28, 2012 9:16:56 AM 2.67Ghz to ......what limit, if at all possible, on a Dell StudioXPS 435 MT Intel Core i7 920 Quad (8 Logical) 1.5 Volt SDram Dimm3 1066Mhz Memory. Buying a 3Gb/s SSD soon. Cheers More about : increase processor output FinneousPJ a b à CPUs January 28, 2012 9:18:52 AM I don't think OEM mobos allow overclocking awentas January 28, 2012 9:24:57 AM THANKS, EVERY WEBSITE WAS A DEAD END, anyway Wishfull thinking on my part. This is my first PC. It's great, but I have the Texas curse, the best is the fastest. Cheers Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Get the answer 13thmonkey a b à CPUs January 28, 2012 11:54:06 AM read the OC stickies/post for your chipset and see what your mobo allows you to do. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Is it possible to calc an overclocked processor heat output ? Forum How to increase computer performance.. For gaming... Forum No performance increase on my new GTX 650 Ti Forum Mod PCI-e connectors to increase wattage output ? Forum CPU fan facing the wrong way - can it cause drastic temp increase ? Forum Will Crossfire-ing 2 GPU's increase FPS on games like BF3? Forum Z68 chipset - Logix virtu feature and rear panel video output Forum Overheating? Huge GPU temp increase + several crashes Forum TDP increase Forum BF3: Will A New Processor Increase Performance? Forum underclocking increase life? Forum Just finished build... No video output to monitor... Help! Forum Unsupported audio signal. Please check the device output . Forum Does intel will be able to increase cache size Forum We need more power increase the clock speed! Forum Best processor to have a noticeable speed increase over c2d e6600 Forum Powwr output of 100w fender guitar combo Forum Opinions and price of this PSU........... Forum Performance increase from a CPU upgrade Forum Dell M5040 processor Forum More resources Read discussions in other CPUs categories AMD Intel Intel i5 Intel i7 Phenom Cooling Performance !