great updates, personally I use NHC to undervolt my CPU though. I would probably use RM if I did not already have NHC running.
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6/27/07 at 4:56am
I would be interested in more details. My 2500m is a replacement from Dell, and I think its an older part than the one that shipped originally.
The rev 1 card have timmings (6) and are ddr3 (where rev 0 card ddr2? i don't remember) Well if the timmings from this cards are greater the will perform slower at same clocks, but will achieve greater memory clocks. I haven't open the card yet so i cant confirm what version or manufacturer the chips are. Lowering voltage doesn't seem to change my temps at all yet. I will keep trying. Are the new 8600gt also locked? :P
|I was wondering if you tried to apply more voltage to the rev 1 using your mod and thus raise your frequencies higher.. I can clock mine at 640/590 (shaders) + 25 geometric delta (thus 665/590) @1.24v and have a temp in the 78-80 range while gaming.. I'd like to go to higher frequencies but the card freezes while testing, I think it needs more juice.. it's not temp related, as they're low (and I have a double heat pipe..)|
|..but were you able to raise the voltage past 1.24V?|
not yet, i am trying to downvolt the card now. if i cant i will try to stress my card to its maximum. I am thinking there is no way to know for sure if its working without a voltmeter. I wanted to try, but its hard to get information on hwhere to test the voltage. So far my card tops 600/600
HKR,, RMPowerSupplyCapacity, %REG_DWORD%, 2 HKR,, PerfLevelSrc, %REG_DWORD%, 0x3333 HKR,, AllowMaxPerf, %REG_DWORD%, 2
HKR,, PerfLevelSrc, %REG_DWORD%, 0x3333 HKR,, AllowMaxPerf, %REG_DWORD%, 2