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Originally Posted by BWG;13729761 
Aww crap, I thought so and had a reply typed and deleted it because I was not sure.

Have you clean installed Windows 7 Home Premium on it instead of leaving HP Win 7 on it? I would start with that!

clean installing is the easy way out, thats a last resort, the only way to learn is to do it the hard way and fixing it
    
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Originally Posted by BWG;13729761 
Aww crap, I thought so and had a reply typed and deleted it because I was not sure.

Have you clean installed Windows 7 Home Premium on it instead of leaving HP Win 7 on it? I would start with that!

I would like to, but I don't have a DVD drive. hehe. Does the built in recovery not load all the bloat?
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Originally Posted by Pentium4 531 overclocker;13729792 
you cant really improve the performance on a laptop my friend, Overclocking is specific to custom built desktops, and the only performance boosts you can do to a laptop are to give it more RAM, slap an SSD on, or using external GPU, which iv never seen anyone using, our found any in a store.... there are a few exceptions on the more expensive gaming laptops that allow you to change the graphics card with a more powerful mobile graphics card, and most laptops you should also be able to access the CPU, but its ill advised, because its kinda hard to find mobile CPU's for one, and the pins are a lot softer than on desktop sockets...

I won't have this laptop for much much longer. Going to be selling it over the summer. But laptops are overclockable, and my previous, I got an HD4330 to 550/600 or something on those lines. Made BFBC2 playable on low settings. tongue.gif
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Originally Posted by Domino;13729823 
I would like to, but I don't have a DVD drive. hehe. Does the built in recovery not load all the bloat?



I won't have this laptop for much much longer. Going to be selling it over the summer. But laptops are overclockable, and my previous, I got an HD4330 to 550/600 or something on those lines. Made BFBC2 playable on low settings. tongue.gif

ehhh soft clockable yes, but thats just sucking up resources, and with the type of cooling that goes into a laptop. thats not a good idea, they are pretty much intel stock coolers that are really flat, when we say overclocking, we mean BIOS overclockable, and hardware ready to overclock.

and if your going to sell it, than before you do, grab a cheap DVD drive, or external DVD drive, smack it in there, run HDDKILLER for 2-4 cycles or some type of secure data erasing program, and install a new copy of windows 7 home premium,
Edited by Pentium4 531 overclocker - 6/2/11 at 4:21pm
    
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Thanks for the suggestion. Ya, I should pick one up and do just that when I sell it. The external DVD drive will help in selling it too. biggrin.gif



Wondering what things I can try that will improve performance non-the-less. I've tried gamebooster but didn't do anything in the end.
post #15 of 21
Clarification..

It's just Intel HD Graphics on the i3-330UM Arrandale.

HD2000 and HD3000 are specific to Sandy Bridge.
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Originally Posted by Kand;13729962 
Clarification..

It's just Intel HD Graphics on the i3-330UM Arrandale.

HD2000 and HD3000 are specific to Sandy Bridge.

Ooooh, okay. I thought it was universial to all i3/i5/i7 processors.
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Originally Posted by Domino;13730030 
Ooooh, okay. I thought it was universial to all i3/i5/i7 processors.

I never cared to research the iGPU. I guess that makes me a bad advisor. Have you tried seeing if it registers in msi afterburner? I am kind of curious.
 
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Originally Posted by BWG;13730136 
I never cared to research the iGPU. I guess that makes me a bad advisor. Have you tried seeing if it registers in msi afterburner? I am kind of curious.

Na, doesn't. frown.gif
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No way to oc it on that system from what I am reading.
Edited by BWG - 6/2/11 at 5:35pm
 
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