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    Overclocking a Dell 7000 laptop--PII 400 with ATI LT RAGEPRO video

    Does anyone have experience with overclocking cpu and video in laptops...and more specifically the Dell Inspiron 7000?

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    Even if you could overclock your laptop, it probably wouldn't be a good idea.

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    Besides, you wouldnt get any higher gaming performance. Your Rage Pro LT is the limiting factor. Try overclocking that (assuming its possible).

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    I agree with the 2 posts above. That Rage is limiting you. Also being a laptop you really do not want to overclock at all, they have very little room for ventilation or heat disipation, you would overheat that laptop way to easy.

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    Thanks for everyone's input. I figured that overclocking would not be such a great idea. Thought that if someone had used some cpu cooling software and overclocked mildly, I could gain a little performance. If anyone knows of a program that will overclock the LT Rage Pro, please reply.

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