|Most OEM machines (Store-bought computers) are ridiculously locked down when it comes to changing hardware specifications. People messing with hardware will inevitably end up with warranty calls, and that costs the company money. Double goes for laptops.|
I've had to tell multiple people this - you can't just do an overclock and be done with free performance. Most professional overclockers have high-end hardware, and spend hours upon hours fine-tuning the settings and running stress tests. Software overclock utilities are often rather crude and unpolished anyway.
edit: Also, the A10-5745m is a laptop processor. Laptops will NOT overclock, they simply are designed to have zero thermal headroom as well has having severely limited BIOS settings.
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