Windows 7 and undervolting

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  1. ivar

    ivar Notebook Deity

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    I tried Notebook Hardware Control (Dell patch) with W7 and it works well.

    I only was not able to make it autostart. The .exe file is put by hand to the list of autostart programs, and it is visible in Winpatrol as such, but it does not autostart. It's a very minor issue.

    In comparison with XP W7 seems to require more memory (>400 MB vs > 250 MB) on my laptop, but the processor load is hardly higher. So, it is fine for my 1.1 GHz ultraportable with 2 GB of RAM.
     
  2. Johnny T

    Johnny T Notebook Nobel Laureate

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    Nice, I am undervolting in W7 with RMclock. Working fine.
     
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    Ditto here. Rightmark CPU Clock Utility works perfectly.

    Greg
     
  4. chii888

    chii888 Notebook Guru

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    You can try to load NHC through the task scheduler, by setting it to load every start up or log in. That s how somebody suggested it in this forum.:D
     
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    gekk_gad Notebook Consultant

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    Slaughterhouse Knock 'em out!

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    I tried undervolting in Windows 7 but I'm not seeing any drops in temperature at all. Went from 1.250V to 1.125V too.
     
  7. Matt

    Matt Notebook Deity

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    Same thing for me. I tried last night (from 1.1875V to 1.1125) and saw no noticeable drop in CPU temperature.
     
  8. eleron911

    eleron911 HighSpeedFreak

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    Is that in 32 bit or 64?
    Cause I`m running 64 bit and it ain`t working...
     
  9. Matt

    Matt Notebook Deity

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    Not working even with 32-bit here.
     
  10. nomanland

    nomanland Notebook Consultant

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    This is still in beta... let's see how it goes.
     
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