How did you change the ID? what tool did you use? At the bios is the screen still dim or only when it has booted into Windows?
I came across this when reading about how to get Crysis 3 to work on DX10 cards and I thought of the FX 3600m
"1. GPU ID Spoof
Using RadeonPro you can spoof your GPU do something else. What happened if you spoof your DirectX 10 GPU to DirectX 11 GPU?"
I understand that the 3600m is an Nvidia but I am sure there is a similar tool somewhere.
Englund 33's Fix is awesome but I wouldn't know where to begin. I need another way. If Englund 33's sold pre-modded inverters he would make a killing right now.
Unfortunately I received the Quadro card I received was "DOA", I returned it and received my refund same day that I provided a tracking # which was cool.
Fortunately, I found another card which I ordered, It has a G92 chipset which was not listed as a defect model in the huge Nvidia graphics card lawsuit. I am awaiting that to arrive soon. :)
Lastly, to combat the dim issue I was considering replacing the CCFL tubes with led tubes which utilize less power to illuminate. Theoretically since LEDs are brighter than CCFL, than on a low voltage restriction by the inverter the LED illumination should remain much brighter than the stock CCFL no matter what. I found the LED tubes on ebay as well :). I have yet to try this personally.
(Example)(Not the correct screen size LED though)(The link I had found that day is gone :-P
The last ideas I came up with was to purchase a universal screen inverter where its lowest voltage setting is way highier than the stock inverter. The issue with that is that I have no idea what the stock inverter voltage step setting are. If anyone knows this information please post.
Then if that did not work I did research and found that the something called a transistor which essentially is the opposite of a resistor can amplifies energy. So what if I was able to hook up a transistor to the wires that transfer the juice to the CCFL tubes?
If worst comes to worst we could ultimately do a petition, people are doing it for Crysis 3 so why cant we? (Intel did state that their goal was to creates laptops boards where component parts were interchangeable among other laptops)
Do you think using an inverter from the 6400m will work? What are you opinions on these crazy ideas? Do you have any Crazy Ideas?
Edited by dmolina007 - 6/4/13 at 11:50pm