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Well kind of! Original scource from here
XtremeSystems have managed to overclock a MSI Wind U100 to 2385 MHz with 2GB of ram and cooled with liquid nitrogen, so â€œDo not try this at homeâ€ might be good advice on this matter. The 1.6GHz Atom was pushed to 2.4GHz before giving up the ghost.
Interesting to see it cabable of another 800mhz all be it with liquid nitrogen cooling
hehe yeah “do not try this at home” – no chance of that 🙂
Reminds me of the people who build oil cooled PCs. I suppose it’s a challenge ;)!
=c why doesnt samsung have it’s own overclock utility, these things can do 2.1 aircooled stock… 2.4 with a better fan and heatsink, no nitrogen or helium needed…
Yeah , I really want to clock a bit my N120 at least to 1.8 …. the idea for samsusngs own overclock utility is perfect
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