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    Overclocking

    Anyone know how to overclock an onboard video card?
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    I'm sure *someone* does...check www.google.com
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    Onboard? Good luck.

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    >>> onboard video card?

    I doesn't sound very likely, I would have thought you would need to physically modify the motherboard to acheive something like that.
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    Re: Overclocking

    Originally posted by Liger86
    Anyone know how to overclock an onboard video card?
    Most of the time, no, it depends on whether your onboard video has its own small processor. If not, then no. If it does, there are ways, i have seen it done, but it screws it up because they usually dont have heatsinks and can melt easily. My best advice, get a new video card for $50 and overclock that.
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    I wouldn't risk it, especially with an OnBoard Video Card.
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    since the graphics is on-board, you may screw something else up if you do. Also most on-board solutions for graphics have no cooling, so burning up will probably be easy

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    Get a new and good one, please.
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    Ok, but is it possible to add some memory from RAM to video card. I got 810 video and it only has 4mb, so I just want to add some from my RAM, like to about 32mb of video?
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    If your bios allows it, then yes. Some will allow you to go to 64 megs. I know I had an old shuttle board that allowed me to do that.

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    You still get a crap load better results from an AGP card because it runs off the other BUS! You can get a good G2 Ti 64 megs DDR for 50$ from www.newegg.com If you are worried about money, but i will still say dont go cheap, thats the cheapest, and i suggest better!
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    Well, my bios don't allow that, it don't even permit processor overclocking, so I was thinking if I can update it?
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