Is it just me or does this RMClock program crashes more often than Billy Joel driving?
post #181 of 1202
4/16/05 at 7:11pm
Originally Posted by Shinji_U
My results of the undervolting are as follows:
Any lower on the Max VID and I'll get the ERROR msg from Prime95.
Left fan on my i9300 seems to stop working, actually running really quiet now at full load.
Was tested with Prime95 running and Mabinogi in the laggiest town (www.mabinogi.jp).
So far cool and stable... great post~!!!!
Now to find a way to overclock this CPU and use undervoltage to keep the temperatures at bay. GPU undervolting would be great too, but I guess it might be useless since it is knownthat nVIDIA GPUs requires a lot more juice...
Originally Posted by unclebenny
Well, the minimal on my 700m was already set to .700v or the lowest you can go.
The maximal was 1.340 and it only dropped to 1.160 without messing up. I read people were getting much larger differences than that. ???
Originally Posted by Parradux
Can anyone tell me why I cant change my max VID?
I do as the guide on page 1 tells me, but when I click apply, the voltage doesnt change.
Originally Posted by Thanir
I thought I saw earlier that you can do this on a prosessor. I have a desktop P4in my lappy and I would love to get the temps down. I asked in the 8790 forums about undervolting and it was suggested to not do this with a desktop processor. Is this a bad idea?
Originally Posted by BigHug
Version 1.4 crashes whenever I click it on the system tray icon. Version 1.5 also crashes.
Originally Posted by BeijingKOALA
I have the same problem
Dell Inspiron 700m (Intel Pentium M 725 1.6 GHz)