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i'm currently using a laptop with a Llano based processor, a a6 3420m. This processor is an old apu, but it does support some kind of overclocking: AMD Overdrive can increase the base-clock from 1.5 to 2.3 Ghz, and it's possible to use a third-party tool called "FusionTweaker" set clockspeeds and voltage for each state. This is really helpful in some situations when the cpu is just to slow at the default clockspeed.
So, i was wondering if the new Raven Ridge APUs (R7 2700U and R5 2500U) do support some kind of overclocking or at least some kind of tdp control to boost performance when needed.