*HP HDX 9000 DRAGON Owners Lounge, Part 2*

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  1. 2.0

    2.0 Former NBR Macro-Mod®

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    Yes, but not with the PLL TME unlock overclock. :no: It will overheat the GPU everytime. :mad: [​IMG] :mad:

    With PLL TME unlock overclock, change hwmonitor.ini to USE_ACPI=0. :)
     
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    No, that was only about size so it fits. If you use a 1/4 watt resistor near the PLL, the remote won't fit in the holster because of the bulge. So use a wire from pin 4 pad to some area that will fit the resistor.
     
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    cutthroat_jake Notebook Consultant

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    Ah, I see. Many thanks.

    CJ
     
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    Welcome to the Treat! (HP HDX 9000 DRAGON Owners Lounge, Part 2)

    It took me a while to understand what my name in your posts.
    Then it just clicked! :D
     
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    It is always a problem of translation!
    I said "for experienced users!
    And experienced users to use "HWMonitor" only in idle.
    Not if maximum GPU load is required in the long run.

    And it also changes "FSB CPU klock over" anything.
    What is your idle GPU temperature (200MHz 0.9V without any load), at 3.633 GHz CPU and HWMonitor not run "?

    My suggested answer:
    I say temperature is below 53 C and always at Level 1 Fan! (probably even below 48 C) without exposure to foreign programs!

    Note:Fan Level 1 = Idle rpm Hard to hear. Very quiet.

    And only this idle temperature (below 53 C) allows experienced users the fan stage 2 with the help of "HWMonitor to disable.

    Beautiful pictures! :)

    I await your idle GPU temperature.
     
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    Idle temps, 42-45DegC. PLL overclock on/off.

    Top temps No PLL overclock on CPU with USE_ACPI=1, 70DegC on GPU. :)
    Top temps w PLL overclock on CPU with USE_ACPI=1, 98DegC on GPU :eek:

    Top temps w/PLL overclock on CPU with USE_ACPI=0, 70DegC on GPU. ;)

    :D
     
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    But that's nothing new! It is a logical consequence with HWM under load!
    You do not understand the past. Since I've been warned.
    The temperatures in GPU load (especially with GPU overclock) were already so high at this time. Read my posts more intense!

    You understand me now (currently) not.
    Here I have explained it so often.

    If "RickiBerlin"<- "advanced users" only on the Internet and YouTubeHDVideos looks, then ....

    1. None HWMonitor "or starts with " HWMonitor and "USE_ACPI = 0" GPU in a few minutes to 53 C.
    Fan Level 2 is triggered. By increasing cooling temperature to about 49 C is maintained. Fan level remains constant at "2". That bugs me!

    2. With HWMonitor and USE_ACPI = 1 "
    Temperature rises above 53 C. Fan Level 2 is triggered for 5 seconds, then Stops HWMonitor fan of this level.
    Fan goes back to level 1. (RickiBerlin loves the rest)
    Now, the GPU temperature continues to rise high. However, "YouTubeHDVideo" not a huge burden. (not to compare 3DMark06 or a 3D game)
    The temperature continues to rise then, but not in a critical area. It is usually below 60 C.

    If the temperature, by whatever increases even higher, then at 63 C fan-Level 1 immediately switched to fan level 3. (automatic)
    If by "Fan Level 3 " a cooling to 58 C, then the fan turned on Level 2. At 53 C then return to Fan Level 1 (Idle).

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    What you write is exclusively for high GPU load!
    And just before RickiBerlin warned since the beginning.

    I think I would not write more on this topic. Really have it all too often described. On the facts has not changed for 3 years. Also "FSB over klock" changes no GPU temperature!
    Even with "GPU overclock" this behavior has always been the same. You'll know why only now, I do not know.
     
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    I understand. Always did, actrually. Just that it doesn't manifest on every HDX. In fact, haven't seen it happen on any.

    But for sure, the issue manifests when PLL overclock is enabled. I think overclocking the PLL affects ACPI.
     
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    Yay! Second HDX successfully TME unlocked for overclock. :D
     
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    sirstanleybowles Notebook Enthusiast

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    Hello Everyone,

    loving all the hard work and time put in by everyone and I have been reading the two HDX lounges for an absolute age!! I feel I know most of you quite well and I felt its time to show myself!! lolol

    I will be doing lots of work on my HDX9450EA soon and I will/do have some questions although I know there is most of what I need on page 1!!

    Lastly these HDX's are full of quirks and mine is no exception! Do you remember there was a post where the user wanted to dim out the HP backlight on the lid well get this... my video(camera) quickplay button when touched dims slowly to off!!! all the blue emblems on the strip except for the video emblem and also the HP on the lid lolol....I think I will post a video when I can...I havent read this anywhere so I think it could be unique!!

    Speak soon

    SSB
     
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