A widescreen 14" w/ an X300 would overlap the Inspiron 6000 too much if u ask me... The only added benefit would be the WUXGA resolution. ...a 4-5 lb. 13.3 inch w/ an X300 would be a great in-betweener for the 700m and the 6000.
I run Counterstrike:Source at about 50fps or so at default settings, which is HIGH detail, trilinear, no antialiasing, at 1280x800 resolution which looks pretty nice. It is quite adequate. But sometimes I'd run it at 720x480, which looks crappy but gives me about 100fps, which helps me kick even more @$$. I would love to run it at 1920x1200 + 4x antialiasing, but...it's not gonna happen on this computer, or least...it won't be playable =P
I ran the F.E.A.R. demo at...
I'm thinking of buying a new optical drive for my Inspiron 6000D laptop.
I was wondering whether I should order one that is Cable Select or Master/Slave...
Are there any other compatibility issues I should be aware of?
I have not gotten it to work.
even with Omega Drivers, my I6000D has no settings for a 960x600 desktop
And when I try to run Counterstrike:Source at that resolution, the image is too large for the screen, so I only see a section of the render.
Can someone confirm that the
use the same/similar form factor?
I'm wondering whether it would be possible to install a Quadro FX1400 or X600 onto my laptop...
There's also the fact that the X1 contains the Sonoma Chipset and is pinmoddable, where as the 700m is not. Although I don't know how safe pinmodding would be, considering it has no fan, but the fan on my 6000 is hardly ever on to begin with after undervolting...so hrm...
I'm looking for a program that can simultaneously monitor:
Virtual Memory Usage
Video Memory usage
And display it graphically.
Anything like that out there?