3820TG Owner's Lounge - Part Two

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  1. boostjunkie92

    boostjunkie92 Notebook Consultant

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    umm what??
     
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    kubco2 Notebook Enthusiast

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    Is here something new with hibernation in Linux(Ubuntu), I have problem with restart(crash) notebook after resume from hibernation, it happens in 50% chance ...

    Thanks for reply
     
  3. zsero

    zsero Notebook Deity

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    Type it in a command line window:
    bcdedit /set useplatformclock true



    Sorry, I don't understand what you are saying and AFAIK it makes no sense. The stuttering bug is because of the Windows 7 QueryPerformanceTimer bug, this can be fixed with the bcdedit line above. Also, CPU does not remember overclocking, so its a strange thing to write "set the cpu back", as a simple restart does the trick.
     
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    adelos Notebook Enthusiast

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    maybe i should go for
    Corsair Memory 8GB (2x 4GB) DDR3 1333MHz SODIMMs (CMSO8GX3M2A1333C9)

    or
    Patriot Viper Xtreme Series, Division Viper 2 Edition DDR3, 8GB(2x4GB) 1600MHz Low Latency Kit (PXD34G1600LLK)
     
  6. boostjunkie92

    boostjunkie92 Notebook Consultant

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    give one a try and let me know how the ocing goes
     
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    loadinglevelone Newbie

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    Hi all!

    Just got hold of some dirt cheap PC3-10600 (1333MHz) 2x4GB ram.
    The 3820TG does however default to 1066Mhz.

    Any way to get the ram to run at 1333Mhz?
     
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    thanks man, seems to work great!
    awesome list btw, nice work :)
     
  9. too456

    too456 Resident Angry Bird

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    If you want maximum overclocking performance, get 4GB and nothing more.

    No. Intel's arbitrary restriction only allows i5 processors to run RAM at 1066MHz max. You cannot make it run at 1333MHz without an i7 processor. On the other hand, you do get lower latency while running 1333MHz ram at 1066MHz (CL9 vs CL7), so there might be a slight but negligible performance boost.
     
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