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Discussion in 'Dell XPS and Studio XPS' started by J-Bytes, Sep 27, 2007.

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  1. 72hundred

    72hundred Revolutions-Per-Millennia

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    I pain &#8364;179 for 2 year's extra.

    Its kinda a b/s situation, if the bloody GPU's were built right I'd not need to buy an extension.

    EDIT: Oops that was meant to be paid above. Freudian slip I guess!
     
  2. ernstig01

    ernstig01 Notebook Evangelist

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    @hikkoo
    Yeah, I noticed the difference too, between the mobile and desktop settings in RMclock. Still I think it's not without mistakes.

    I tested all these possible settings at CPU stress test:

    • 17.0x 1.2750V 70ºC

    • 16.0x 1.1875V 59ºC

    • 15.0x 1.1375V 61ºC

    • 14.0x 1.0750V 55ºC

    • 13.0x 1.0250V 52ºC

    • 12.0x 0.9750V 48ºC

    • 11.0x 0.9250V 44ºC

    • 10.0x 0.9250V 44ºC

    • 9.0x 0.9250V 44ºC

    • 8.0x 0.9250V 42ºC

    • 7.0x 0.9250V 40ºC

    • 6.0x 0.9250V 38ºC

    It seems all settings 6.0 - 11.0x run at 0.09250V min. Even if factory defaults are lower. See examples below with the 6.0x multiplier.
     

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  3. SomeFormOFhuman

    SomeFormOFhuman has the dumbest username.

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    Nice UVing there. But I had my 17x multiplier at 1.2625v @ 65*C max. ;) Ran Intel Burn for 3 hours.
     
  4. merrick97

    merrick97 Notebook Guru

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    My laptop should arrive any hour now.

    The waiting game begins....
     
  5. 72hundred

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    Congrats and enjoy. Its a fantastic laptop and will keep you happy for many years to come no doubt!
     
  6. Axionkt

    Axionkt Notebook Geek

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    I think it's a bit too high, I paid 170€ for 3 years even if it had already expired 2 months before
     
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  8. eleron911

    eleron911 HighSpeedFreak

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    I have both the creative USB live 24 bit 5.1 external sound card and the xi-fi express sound card.
    Both are amazing, with the first one being a tad more useful, having 5.1 .
    The express one is easy to install, and doesn`t take any wiring or space really, but without constantly updating the driver, there is some background noise I`ve experienced with it.
    So for now I`m sticking to the USB one.
     
  9. merrick97

    merrick97 Notebook Guru

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    My laptop has arrived and it appears that my fear about the HP Optiarc not being compatible is indeed true. This things really runs slow on my laptop.

    Anyone got a recommendation for another bluray reader?
     
  10. Ripfire

    Ripfire Minecraft Architect

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    Thx, exactly what I needed to hear. I prefer the USB since the expresscard is on the same side as the mouse. How does stereo on headphones sound with it? :cool:
     
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