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Join Date: Mar 2009
Location: United States
09-22-2009, 01:10 PM
Seriously, this thread makes no sense. There is no point in purchasing a netbook with an Atom N270 (or N280) CPU running at 1.6 (or 1.66) GHz and then plan to overclock it.
Two of the big things to be concerned about with a netbook are what?
It honestly makes no sense
If you are only overclocking so you can "run iTunes smoothly" then you should wait and see how iTunes runs normally on the 10v. I have had no issues running iTunes smoothly with my setup.
And you should not be listing items that are for sale in this forum, please list them in the proper section of the forums
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Join Date: May 2009
09-26-2009, 01:22 AM
My tower PC's are overclocked, and they are fast enough for my video editing purposes, I just wanted to overclock my 10v to smooth out itunes.
My iTunes is choppy for a few minutes before it finally smooths out, and then it gets choppy again, I just was hoping to have it start smooth and stay smooth.
You guys dont have to tell us to get a tower for power, I think we know that, we were just asking for a little help.
I build my own pc's, I refuse to buy a ready made POS, and I already have a MacBook.
I did hackintosh my mini 9, but 16gb ssd is NOT enough to use for my iTunes, and I don't want to run OSx on my 10 since it will be running Win7 in a few weeks.
Maybe XP is the problem.
I was hoping someone would actually help. No wonder I dont usually post on these types of forums, all the high and mighty people who love to say "use search" or "you tell us".
Why even have a forum to help people if you WONT HELP!
Join Date: Aug 2009
09-26-2009, 11:39 AM
Your problem might be XP I use my mini 9 as a Itunes media centre what I have is 16 GB HD and a 32 GB SD card with about 28 GB of music videos on the SD card I have never had a problem with choppy video or sound it works great. By overclocking a processor you wont get the result you want more ram will help. I did check out the performance of Itunes on XP on my son's Acer and it seems choppy on video but not on audio. But there is no problem in OSX on my mini 9 or 10.
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