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    Default Re: Ideapad Y510P

    Quote Originally Posted by Ashmedai View Post
    You're lucky, my estimated ship date is July 29, and I placed my order on June 27th, If takes too long, I will get cash back from Lenovo, at least that's what they told me.
    And BTW , is your screen anti glare, or regular glossy?, sales rep said only first batch was anti glare, but only partially. I'm wondering if they changed the actual screen or just the description because people complained
    I got a replacement laptop with the dual graphics, cuz the one they sent me had a dead pixel o.o
    Anyway, it's the exact same thing, no first batch, second batch stuff. Both have matte (as far as I can tell) screens.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lstreak View Post
    I just checked lenovo website. Only the SLI model has an estimated ship date of 7/29. The model is very popular I guess. My screen is anti glare even though lenovo Website says it's glossy! Earlier, I was disappointed that I missed on ordering the anti glare model. Now it's a pleasant surprise! I'm not sure if the screen is 100% matte but it's good enough for me.

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    If it doesn't look like a mirror when the system is off it's matte. Glossy screens you can clearly see your reflection on the display when it's powered off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeLp View Post
    Again, those benchmarks are for DDR3 750m, you can see that by clicking on any benchmark number to show the system configuration. GDDR5 750m in y510p should outperform GTX 660m (NVIDIA GeForce GTX 660M - NotebookCheck.net Tech). I have tested Dirt 3 and NFS: Most wanted 2012, both were set at 1080p, everything maxed out:

    2013-07-01 21:41:30 - NFS13
    Frames: 2428 - Time: 100891ms - Avg: 24.066 - Min: 17 - Max: 33 (23 for 660m, 20.4 for 750m DDR3 according to notebookcheck)


    2013-07-01 21:51:02 - dirt3_game (Finland snow track)
    Frames: 5789 - Time: 190766ms - Avg: 30.346 - Min: 24 - Max: 37
    2013-07-01 21:55:47 - dirt3_game (Kenya evening sun)
    Frames: 5050 - Time: 148672ms - Avg: 33.967 - Min: 28 - Max: 40
    ( 29.5 for 660m according to notebookcheck)

    @AMzlThomaslz I'll benchmark BF3 both on your settings and everything maxed out to compare to 660m.
    On a side note, my laptop shipped with hd4600 enabled, I can easily choose between the cards in Nvidia control panel, or when starting a program, furthermore, when starting a program intel hd 4600 is marked as default. Maybe they do this on single gpu configurations?
    Yes they do that on the single GPU configs. Maybe they are shipping them with those drivers installed now.

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    Default Re: Ideapad Y510P

    Quote Originally Posted by MikeLp View Post
    Again, those benchmarks are for DDR3 750m, you can see that by clicking on any benchmark number to show the system configuration. GDDR5 750m in y510p should outperform GTX 660m
    Good catch, I just read it through now, it says the 750m with GDDR5 may even match the 670m which makes it a class 1 card, so perhaps their 750m SLI estimated position on the list should be higher as well
    Last edited by Ashmedai; 2nd July 2013 at 02:33 PM.

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    Default Re: Ideapad Y510P

    Hey guys, I've been reading this thread a long while and have had my 510 for a month now. Have been overall pleased with it, stays cooler than my dv7 while gaming SLI, performance is good enough for the price.

    Question though, my 24GB m.2 drive does not appear to be caching or even have that option in Intel RST. It's just another drive which seems pointless to me. My dv7 has a 32GB caching SSD and I know that works. Anyone else with the same error? If anyone's interested, you can OC the primary 750M decently without too much added heat (75 primary, 84 ultrabay). Took it up 100 on the core and 200 on memory.

    These 3DMark scores are not OC'd, though.

    63852 Ice Storm
    12048 Cloud Gate
    3020 Fire Strike

    Drivers are complete garbage, Nvidia needs to fix that. We'll see scores rise soon.

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    Default Re: Ideapad Y510P

    Has anyone found a hard drive caddy that works in the Ultrabay? I have the dual video card version... but I'm not a gamer (it was all they had available at the time). I bought a 9.5mm caddy, but it does not seem to work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by releasedtruth View Post
    Question though, my 24GB m.2 drive does not appear to be caching or even have that option in Intel RST. It's just another drive which seems pointless to me. My dv7 has a 32GB caching SSD and I know that works. Anyone else with the same error?
    Lenovo uses ExpressCache instead of Intel RST. Start command prompt as administrator and run the following command: "eccmd.exe -info". That should give you the details of your SSD cache and how it's being used. More info in this thread.

    By the way, has anyone tried installing Linux? What's the deal with UEFI and installing linux? From the looks of it, there seems to be lot of steps to get it working.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kenstang View Post
    So are you saying that its better that I have the 4702MQ? It just seems like I was ripped off in that I was supposed to have a 2.4 base clock and instead I am getting a 2.2 base clock, albeit with the lower voltage. You seem pretty knowledable with this....is this system worth keeping?
    I hope all those who got the 4702QM realize that the model with SLI on Lenovo's website clearly says it comes with the lower voltage CPU??

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    Quote Originally Posted by lstreak View Post
    Lenovo uses ExpressCache instead of Intel RST. Start command prompt as administrator and run the following command: "eccmd.exe -info". That should give you the details of your SSD cache and how it's being used. More info in this thread.

    By the way, has anyone tried installing Linux? What's the deal with UEFI and installing linux? From the looks of it, there seems to be lot of steps to get it working.
    Thank you, good sir!

    Just ran 3Dmark with new Nvidia drivers.

    ICE STORM 79117
    CLOUD GATE 11744
    FIRE STRIKE 3118

    So definitely increasing.

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    Default Re: Ideapad Y510P

    Quote Originally Posted by Kenstang View Post
    Well guys, this is probably old news, but I did get the integrated GPU to work on my Y510p. I had the dual graphics model, so what I did first was disable the SLI mode in the Nvidia control panel. After that, I shut down the computer, then took out the 750m card from the ultrabay, the restarted the system. When you do that it will then let you install the driver for the Intel 4600. So basically what you do is after you have pulled the SLI card out, start the computer back up, go to "Computer" and pick the Lenovo Drive, pick drivers, then VGA, then install the driver for the Intel 4600. After you do that, you can go into the Nvidia control panel and select whether you want the global setting to be for the 4600 or the GT750m. I have not been able to figure out how to get this to work while the 2nd 750m is in the ultrabay though. It may be able to do Optimus, but I have not attempted to try and install a driver with that feature yet, though I'm sure that you have to have the SLI card out. Does anyone know how to make it let you do this while the card is still in?? On another note, when I hold my mouse over the battery running on the HD4600 I am happy to see the battery life estimation over 6hrs lol....I have been getting 3 hours or less while running the 750m and that is when it is just idle....
    So when you put the Ultrabay attachment back in, does the driver have to be uninstalled every time or what? Or does iGPU option just not show up when the Second 750M is inserted?

    Does Optimus auto switching work when on single 750M?

 

 

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