*HP HDX 9000 DRAGON Owners Lounge, Part 2*

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  1. 2.0

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    I imagine the question of authenticity.

    1. Those who change the GPU, if even for the 8800M GTS T8100 is the weakest link?
    2. I could also produce this video and would take not even a photo editor. (just copy screen image from another machine on HDX / for example from a Clevo)

    The video shows the following:

    1. 280M GTX GPU-Z (no relation to HDX)
    This may be a copied image of the Clevo.

    2. Everest as the 280M GTX (no relation to HDX)
    This may be a copied image of the Clevo.

    3.3DMark03 (no relation to HDX) Image of T8100 and GTX 280M
    This may be a copied image of the Clevo.

    4. CPU-Z live from the HDX (no relation to 280M GTX)

    5. Windows Mobility Center live from HDX. (No relation to 280M GTX)

    6. Media Player live from the HDX (for whatever reason?)

    RickiBerlin has also made fast times pictures:

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    And here to see with HDX:

    [​IMG]

    In my 280 GTX desktop. (no slow mobile GPU) ;)
    For me 3DMark Vantage, not the "Old 3DMark03. :D
    In the picture, even the taskbar. (is not in his video)
    My pictures are not perfect. (different video BIOS in GPU-Z and Everest)
    In my sidebar you can see the 8800M GTS. (my intention)
    I had exactly the video of "zipek dg" can reproduce.

    Conclusion:
    1. The video is not evidence of HDX and 280M GTX.
    2. I can not prove the "zipek dg" lying.
    3. The truth we will probably never know.
     
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    LOL. RICKI IS THE BEST!

    You're one of my favorite posters on this site. Well done buddy! Well done.

    I was thinking the same thing for a while now. +rep.
     
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    @2.0 Thank the Lord! :)

    My pictures are not even professional.
    The first picture I've just changed again. (CPU-Z showed twice the same)

    What processor you would have liked before? :D
    I had a short time for "Sandy Bridge" in CPU-Z.
    This I also found a suitable picture of the "580" GTX "in 3DMark Vantage.
    I did not want to exaggerate, and therefore only T9300 and 280 GTX.
     
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    Info only for 2.0 / Note no HDX BIOS

    Did you read this answer? I do not know if it is new to you, or old hat.
     
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    Hi everyone,

    I think I'm finally ready to bite the bullet and install an SSD and Windows 7 on my Dragon. I'm looking at 120 GB SSD drives, particularly an OCZ Vertex 2 because it's available at Solid State Drives in Canada at Memory Express.

    Will that be a good choice for a Dragon?

    Thanks in advance.

    [L]
     
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    Been there, did that, regretted it ... went to Intel 120 GB X25M.
     
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