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    Default I'm wanting to overclock my Dothan.

    But I don't know how to do it. Yes, I know I'm a n00b, but ClockGen isn't compatible with my processor. Anyone know of the easiest way to clock my proc to about 1.8 GHz?

    Thanks!

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    enter the bios and see what options you have there, you will need to increase the core voltage, and increase the FSB. Unfortunately you may have no such options as its a gateway PC.

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    I'll give it a shot. Is there any magical ratio between voltage and FSB?

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    not a magical voltage...but when your computer fails to post that means you can either raise your voltage or lower your FSB
    What?

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    CPU: Intel Celeron M 360, codename "Dothan," socket 479 mPGA, 1.40 GHz, 100 MHz Bus, 400 MHz Rated FSB
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    I can enter the BIOS, but I can't edit any settings. They aren't even displayed. Either I don't know how to access these settings or my BIOS is retarded...

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    that's the problem with pre-built machines from the big brands, they lock out bios options so you can't overclock, and with laptops it's even more locked down, you won't be able to overclock it i'm afraid
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    Simply put, . Oh well.

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    do what im planing on doin, buy a new mobo and use that to overclock :P

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