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    Default Any 3rd Party Tweaking/Over Clocking tools for G-Cards?

    Normally i would use Nvidias control panel as i'm a fan of their products but this laptop has a Intel HD Graphics Card and quite frankly Intel sucks for Video Control Panel software (and g-cards).

    So anyone know a great 3rd Party software?

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    Msi afterburner is a nice tool to overclock cards with, even allows voltage changes for supported cards

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    Quote Originally Posted by xineo View Post
    Normally i would use Nvidias control panel as i'm a fan of their products but this laptop has a Intel HD Graphics Card and quite frankly Intel sucks for Video Control Panel software (and g-cards).

    So anyone know a great 3rd Party software?
    i dunno.. there was something called gmabooster. why do you want to overclock an integrated chip anyway? if thats your only computer then you should really consider an upgrade to a desktop with dedicated graphics or at least a laptop with a mobile gaming graphics processor.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HeavyMetalLucidity View Post
    i dunno.. there was something called gmabooster. why do you want to overclock an integrated chip anyway? if thats your only computer then you should really consider an upgrade to a desktop with dedicated graphics or at least a laptop with a mobile gaming graphics processor.
    I do have a desktop thats decked out. I travel a lot so i'm trying to beef this laptop a little bit before i buy a 3D Capable Laptop.

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