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How to play Full HD 1080p video smoothly on netbook?

How to play Full HD 1080p video smoothly on netbook?
I've got Lenovo IdeaPad S110 n I can be able to play Full HD videos files, but on internet, I can't seems to be able to play Full HD video steaming.
Any solution?

My Netbook's Technical Specifications:
CPU : Intel ATOM N2600 1.66 GHz Dual Core 4 Threads
GPU : Intel GMA 3600
RAM : 4GB DDR3 1333
VRAM : Shared
OS : Windows 7 Home Premium 32 bit

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I had to pull back to 720p.

The deal with the internet is you have more work to do. That is, you have a smaller pipe for the video data and it's often compressed more. The quick fix is to play the 720p stream.
Bob

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How to play Full HD 1080p video smoothly on netbook?

It's nth do with my netbook, coz I got 8 laptops n some r not gaming laptop for example my Hasee E410-P61 which never lag when playing online 1080p steam.

My non-gaming laptop's technical specifications:
CPU : Intel Pentium P6100 2.00 GHz Dual Core
GPU : Intel HD Graphics 3000
RAM : 4GB DDR3 1333
VRAM : Shared
OS : Windows 7 Home Premium 32 bit

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As Bob already said.

It's beyond what the hardware can do. You can't drive 180 Mph in a Chevy either; then you need a Ferrari.

Kees

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How to play Full HD 1080p video smoothly on netbook?

I know a lot abt cars too, I watched Top Gear for 12 yrs.
Actually I wanna try can i overclock my cpu to get it to work.
Coz i use System Explorer to monitor my processor every time n I found that my N2600 is running on 100% full power when playing 1080p online steaming.

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Overclocking a laptop ...

never is a good idea because of the limited cooling it has.

Kees

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Overclocking

Yea I know overclocking will reduce the lifespan of my processor n more heat, but it certainly brings more speed to my netbook.

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Then go right ahead.

But I've yet to see anyone in these forums discuss how to do such things.

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Re: P6100

I wonder if the BIOS and this CPU support overclocking. But it's worth a try, of course. Can you tell us about the results?

Kees

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(NT) You have an Atom cpu...streaming requires more everything
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How to play Full HD 1080p video smoothly on netbook?

*It's nth do with my network

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You're right.

It has everything to do with all it has to do when streaming. I never said it had to do with the network. I wrote there was more to do when streaming.

See the CPU load?
Bob

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System Explorer

Watch the processor's current percentage used.

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(NT) OK

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