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    Default Re: M14x dead

    I have found that the only way to overclock something not designed to be overclocked is to max all performance/battery draining settings and you might stumble onto higher clocks. My Lenovo ThinkPad T420 was stock at 2.6GHz and somehow now runs at 3.09GHz according to CPU-Z

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    Default Re: M14x dead

    Quote Originally Posted by PoLoMoTo View Post
    I have found that the only way to overclock something not designed to be overclocked is to max all performance/battery draining settings and you might stumble onto higher clocks. My Lenovo ThinkPad T420 was stock at 2.6GHz and somehow now runs at 3.09GHz according to CPU-Z
    Turbo Boost?

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    Default Re: M14x dead

    I don't think so, if it was turbo boost it wouldn't always be 3.09

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    Default Re: M14x dead

    Quote Originally Posted by PoLoMoTo View Post
    I don't think so, if it was turbo boost it wouldn't always be 3.09
    They have that feature advertised online. Not sure if yours is just like the brand new ones or not. Is it a Core i7 or i5 CPU? You could start up CPU-Z and then run something windowed and see if the clocks change.

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    Default Re: M14x dead

    Mine is i5 and running CPU-Z the speed only changes by about .1 or .2 like it always does.

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    Default Re: M14x dead

    Sorry about taking so long to post. So the guy came out and replaced the Mobo at my house and got a new repaste with my TIM. Everything is working great so far we shall see the whole experience was pretty
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    Default Re: M14x dead

    Glad to hear it, Dell is usually great at this kind of problem

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    Default Re: M14x dead

    Quote Originally Posted by Doctor_Death View Post
    Glad to hear it, Dell is usually great at this kind of problem
    That's why you pay for that warranty. I'm glad it's fixed for you Keevs.

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    Default Re: M14x dead

    Still shouldn't have broken :P but atleast they fixed it quickly

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    I know alienware has kinda a bad rep, and can be overpriced but I have an m11x and m14x now and I really like them the customer service is great the first m14x got stolen in the mail and they sent me another free with a upgraded CPU! Plus I get a nice discount because they have many gov. contracts, no tax and if you just get the basics and upgrade the RAM, hard drives and stuff yourself you save alot and get better product!

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    Quote Originally Posted by PoLoMoTo View Post
    Still shouldn't have broken :P but atleast they fixed it quickly
    You're like a broken record,......

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    Quote Originally Posted by realneil View Post
    You're like a broken record,......
    Maybe so but it still shouldn't have broken

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    Quote Originally Posted by PoLoMoTo View Post
    Maybe so but it still shouldn't have broken
    Broken,..........

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    Hey I'm not a dell XD

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    Quote Originally Posted by PoLoMoTo View Post
    Hey I'm not a dell XD
    No warranty,......

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    Quote Originally Posted by PoLoMoTo View Post
    Still shouldn't have broken :P but atleast they fixed it quickly
    PoLo, Please even Marcedes Benz have problems. Everything breaks. Please stay on target with the threads and stop bashing Dell. HP is a different story.

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