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Old 01-25-2013, 01:55 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Talking AMD A8-3500M Quad Core Overclocking

Hi all. Over the last few days I have been experimenting with over clocking my laptop. It contains an AMD A8-3500M Quad core with a base frequency of 1.5Ghz. I was able to stably get it to 3.0 Ghz per core. Specs are as follows:

multiplier: 30.00
VID: 1.3625
Clock: 100
P0 freq: 3000Mhz

program used: Fusion Tweaker V1.0.5

I'm wondering if anyone else has experimented with this chipset. If so please reply with what you were able to stably over clock to with over heating and what you used to over clock.
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Default Re: AMD A8-3500M Quad Core Overclocking

I would extremely careful overclocking a laptop. It can overheat very easily and fry your CPU at a 100% OC.
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This much I realize. I have been real careful. I've seen people push theirs up to 4.2 Ghz before frying so I chose to stabilize it at 3.0 Ghz
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