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Default New MSI Wind BIOS Adds Overclocking

New MSI Wind BIOS Adds Overclocking

The gang at Digital Vagabond say that the latest BIOS for the MSI Wind U100 adds the ability to overclock the netbook and improves overall performance. If you havenít given much thought to owning a netbook, you really ought to check out our video review of the MSI Wind, it is an impressive little package.

Not only will installing the bios give you an approx 5% increase over 1.08 (and even more over older bioses) but enabling a 24% overclock will roughly give you a 30% increase in performance.
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