*HP HDX 9000 DRAGON Owners Lounge, Part 2*

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  1. RickiBerlin

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    "@ 2.0" All very nice!
    I also just wonderful discoveries. So I can report I only briefly. Did some work, when completed, perhaps we can control everything manually.
     
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    @ 2.0
    Can you tell me please your "original F.40 dsdt_8510x.dsl"Add to Media Fire for download?
    Extraction with "ials.exe / g".

    I want the "DSTL values​​" like to compare. (F.40E with F.41)
    I can therefore identify other ACPI-related changes.

    Thanks in advance!
     
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    OK. here you go. It's in a zip file. ACPI.zip

    BTW, I got setpll to work (with Nando's help) so no need for setFSB. Just working out a few kinks. Will update later today.
     
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    Thank you! It went really fast. I've saved a little work. :notworthy:

    That would be great!
    I still have warranty on both HDX end of 2012.
    In addition, there is no power conservation mode, non-optimal. I also have some specific questions. That later or tomorrow.

    Only short DSTD temperature thresholds are customizable. (GPU and CPU)

    Here is an excerpt of the original values ​​of F.41. Then I wrote the temperature thresholds "DECIMAL".

    Code:
            Name (C326, Package (0x02) RickiBerlin F.41
            {
                Package (0x07)
                {
                    0x0AAC, //  0
                    0x0C3C, // 40
                    0x0CA0, // 50
                    0x0D04, // 60
                    0x0D68, // 70
                    0x0DFE, // 85
                    0x0E94	//100
                }, 
    
                Package (0x07)
                {
                    0x0C6E, // 45
                    0x0CD2, // 55
                    0x0D36, // 60
                    0x0D9A, // 75
                    0x0E30, // 90
                    0x0EC6, //105
                    0x0EF8	//110
                }
            })
            Name (C327, Package (0x02)
            {
                Package (0x07)
                {
                    0x0AAC, //  0
                    0x0BD8, // 30
                    0x0C3C, // 40
                    0x0CA0, // 50
                    0x0D04, // 60
                    0x0D68, // 70
                    0x0DCC	// 80
                }, 
    
                Package (0x07)
                {
                    0x0C0A, // 35
                    0x0C6E, // 45
                    0x0CD2, // 55
                    0x0D36, // 65
                    0x0D68, // 70
                    0x0DFE, // 85
                    0x0E30	// 90
                }
            })
            Name (C328, Package (0x05)
            {
                0x64, //100
                0x46, // 70
                0x3C, // 60
                0x2D, // 45
                0x14  // 20

    DECIMAL desired temperature in degrees C "convert x10 / +2732 then in hexadecimal and enter.

    Example: Requested 20 C: 20x10 = 200 / +2732 = 2932 in hexadecimal = B74

    This is just a short info. My test was not done. Sorry for long "CODE"
     
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    No change in the ACPI fan control between F.40E and F.41. I had this also proved previously been through many tests.

    F.41 remains a mystery. :confused:
     
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    Here is a picture of the temperature threshold value change.

    Links F.35E is / Right F.40E is the same as F.41 "

    [​IMG]


    Yes, F40/41 has under C325 and C326 "the same values​​. But there was an extra in "F.40/41" and that "C327"

    "C327" in F40/41 thereby shifted the original "C327" a factor to the rear.

    Interesting to see just the sid value between F.35E "C326" and F.40/41 "C327".

    The fan speed is F.40/41 So now "C328". (no longer in "C327" as F.35E)

    All right !?!!!!!!! :D :D
     
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    So can you change the fan speed by changing C328?
     
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    2.0™ FTW :notworthy:
     
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    if i could understand all that mumbo jumbo, i'd do it. LOL

    i'd gladly pay to have a t9300 or t9500 installed and configured and tweaked and pll'd and all that good stuff, to keep my dragon up to snuff but...i know no one would do it.:(

    is a couple hundred buck enough, i supply parts, etc. i pay shipping both ways :eek:
     
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    Sorry, I can only short answers....

    Answer Yes!

    Just enter the last value (0x14) to 0x64!
    After a reboot is CPU fan on stage 2 (stage 1 = Idle) "rpm 100%" immediately. (0x64 Then you can hear it better!) :D

    But!:

    HDX ACPI control has bugs. We know this error for a long time. However, not its cause. I am just looking for the reasons.

    Error:

    1. CPU fan will not return to idle, even though the temperature below 40 C. (this occurs after heavy use of GPU)
    2. HWMonitor influenced the fan control.
    3. I explained here some time ago. Unfortunately, no feedback of other users.

    ACPI control is new to me.
    I do not know the exact procedures. (when in BIOS, when in registry)
    I'm learning on.

    Assumption:

    Between the "ACPI BIOS"and the DSDT-registration database is a conflict.
    Unfortunately, I do not know what values ​​of where and when read. (but I'm going to find it) :)

    One impact of this alleged conflicts You also see the change of the value "0x14".
    The fan speed is changed while correctly (for example, 0x64 = 100), but with every change of this value (whatever) is always the temperature step down from 50 C to 40 C. Exactly the behavior that I have described in connection with the GPU. When you change the value back to the original (0x14), then temperature threshold again at 50 C.

    I very much hope soon I find the logic. Until now I've done everything! :)
     
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