check out my new 3DMark06 score (lenovo T61)

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    how does that compare to 3Dmark 11? Or Vantage?
     
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    how the feck did you get that when the average is 5-6000

    serious overclock with a nuclear reactor core :)

    @Daniel
    dont think he will be able to run mark11 as hes using xp 32bit ARGHH!
     
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    o.0 after checking that score is pretty neat indeed. When i´d aim for such a big overclock the GPU freezes because of insufficient voltage. The processor seems to be above average as well. Nice score man!

    Weird how those results arent linear to the clock speed you use :confused: I ran some 3dmark 2006 as well. With stock vs OC only a 20% gain in preformance but a much bigger OC.
     
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    It's like half of a GTX 680M.
     
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    ran some test with the machine in my sig to compare. It is indeed a crazy score. I fell one points short of 15200.

    How did you achive such a big overclock? What exactly did you change (core voltage etc) to achive it? Im am running low on GPU voltage to get my core clock up :mad: But i´ll need a bios flash to achive that.
     
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    points to the HD 7650 under the secondary graphics card tab.
     
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    Flash it, it's super easy. I overvolt for benchmarks then flash back to an unlocked vbios with stock voltage all the time :)
     
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    it's the HD 7750 running in the lenovo advanced dock :D

    Lots of work took place to overcome various issues due to physical space, power consumption, BIOS issues, overheating, and the x1 PCIe link, but overall I consider the project as completed, since last night at continues load the temps topped out at 87 deg C in 22 deg C room.

    http://oi50.tinypic.com/e6t9at.jpg

    turns out having two GPUs is quite nice. I can game on one and do a complete different task on the other.

    cant run 3dMark11 but I can say this one as connected is over 5 times faster (on 3DMark06) than my laptop nVidia GPU, on which I was gaming as well though :D Still the performance is limited due to the x1 link, but here's the web score for the card: AMD Radeon HD 7750 Review - Performance

    fastest card that is widely available and doesn't require external power supply :D
     
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    great project :) +1 I didnt see the second graphics card so i thought you reached a crazy overclock. But then still fitting a 7750 into a laptop is even more crazy :D How did you get room for that?
     
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