No. Drivers install correct with no problem. All programs (GPU-Z, everest, Furmark) detected this card normal. Windows detected it also.But I not have 150W adapter. May this is wrong?
And I find trouble with backlight also--ilovetosled
Heres the deal
I have a Dell precision M90 that the original video card died in
I managed to get a FX3600 for a good price
The card does fit in the notebook with a small case mod (break off one plastic tab) and your must install the led cable first as a few pins actually sit underneath the card
The card itself works great
i installed the drivers for the M6300 and it works just fine.
The only problem is the M90 bios will not recognize the card
It just shows up as unknown video card in the system bios
So because of this the LCD dimming controls do not function
and the LCD is only at about 60% brightness
which is a bit of a pain
However on external monitors it works just fine
Does anyone know a way to get the M90 system bios to see the card properly I sure would like to be able to turn up the brightness on my lcd
60% with 130W? My laptop have lowest backlight with 90W.
But M6300 working fine with 130W right?
Again--may be problem with overheating this is problem with power also (like backlight)?