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By Xanatak, Junior Member on 11th May 2014, 11:53 AM
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21st May 2014, 07:05 PM |#21  
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Well , i'm not overclocking mine yet since it is still very smooth for everyday tasks , even very demanding games such as dead trigger 2 runs smoothly at highest graphics .

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Looks promising, keep us posted on stability and thermals please

Be a nice boost as it starts to become long in the tooth moving forward.
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Lol I never need to over clock mine

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Originally Posted by EvilAaron

Looks promising, keep us posted on stability and thermals please

Be a nice boost as it starts to become long in the tooth moving forward.

Overclocked mine to 1.9Ghz CPU/500 Mhz GPU. Thus far looking good, stable and thermals not too much different. Haven't used it long enough to see impact on battery life, but in the couple of hours I used it thus far doesn't seem too much different compared to my previous setup (1.7/450). Definitely seems a little snappier. Running ElementalX kernel.
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