*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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    Perhaps Berlin in summer?


    I have 4GB of PC2-6400 6-6-6-18 RAM to play with that I took out of my DV5. Maybe towards to end of the month I'll try again but with VID4-VSS CPU socket mod for the extra .2v that it seems to require.


    I can get down to 1.050V with no issues. I'll try a bit more later today. See if I can get down to 1.025V.

    BTW, I changed my GPU setting to 625/1000/1600 and get 9953 on 3DMark06. ;)
     
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    :notworthy: :notworthy: :notworthy: :rolleyes2: :notworthy: :notworthy: :notworthy:

    we must have brother chips! :cool: I was working with 4.0 until the casual rpm jump noise became annoying. Also, up to 80 C under heaviest load was a bit too stressful, which I'm sure is why you refrain from it besides its negligible help in gaming
     
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    OK, I'm looking forward to you ! :)

    I always wanted to over 10,000 points. For whatever!??! To play I do not use this setting (650/1040/1625). While 3DMark is indeed a kind of game for the brain. :D
    Please do not destroy your GPU!

    What do you want to increase the voltage !?
    I'm done with FSB overclock. I must be only the second core modest.
    T9300 4.1 GHz CPU at 13x304 MHz FSB must be enough.
    And this with 1.0250 volts. See snapshot HWiNFO32 .....

    [​IMG]

    Yes, this is a real picture of my HDX.
    Unfortunately, only a snap.
    So please do not cheer just a little fun. :p
    Who uses HWiNFO32 will occasionally see this value. (For 22μs, I was faster :cool: )
     
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    Very impressive. Can you elaborate on how you achieved this? Presumably you've done a TME-unlock so can then use setfsb to overclock to 304Mhz?
     
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    Double post, only for information and perhaps better explanation.
    (Yes I know, a link would have been enough)
    Sorry! Is important to me for all ThrottleStop Auto Runner ".
    Who wants to run for a long time already 2.7 GHz "V at 1.2125.
    This may shorten the life of the CPU something.
    So always check, even if it is mostly ok!
    Sorry, I know exactly what is to be set. Only my English is poor.
    Try to explain it again ...

    Start ThrottleStop "with the following settings (always 100% identical conditions) [EIST, SLFM" on "etc] -see this:
    [​IMG]

    [​IMG]

    And now, behold, the voltage in CPU-Z ! (HWInfo32 shows the same value):

    [​IMG]
    The voltage is not correct. Stand firm on the maximum value. Without my control it would be a high CPU load for a long time.

    This happens only every 10th start of "ThrottleStop.
    In general, the start is with the pre-making of me voltage of 1.0250 V.
    sse this:
    [​IMG]

    Attention: I do not need help! Yes, all combinations have been tested.
    (V, 1,100 or others, "BD PROCHOT" on and off, and others)
    Believe me, tried everything!

    Would like to point out. And thus the need for a voltmeter in "ThrottleStop.

    For reconsideration Info: If you do this--->:notworthy: <--- klick!, have not read, here is an excerpt:

    BD PROCHOT raises the HDX, the CPU limitation on Battery.
    Thus, therefore, to 2.7 GHz on battery possible. (Previously max 1.2 GHz T9300)

    Thank you with your work gives me a lot of fun. :notworthy: :yes: :notworthy:
     
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    You have not read what is written under my picture!
    The four lines above the picture is rubbish. (Wanted to perplex 2.0) :D

    Sorry! :rolleyes: However, thank you for modded Bios! :notworthy:
     
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    ...and answer from unclewebb see this ---> :spinny: many thanks! :notworthy:
     
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    Very nice indeed. That was a good suggestion of yours. Though I couldn't reproduce the issue you had with VID going to 1.213. And I have EIST set to off.

    Unless you mean when on battery. Something I haven't tested since I only run battery when the power goes out. :D
     
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    Anyone have any experience with/knowledge regarding this OPTICAL TO HD CADDY?

    Looks like a way to get 12.5s into the beast.
     
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    Is this the non-overkill stable layman maximum for the Dragon?:


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