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Technical support needed for AMD HD 6630m

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Okay so I found out the clock speed on my gpu is 400/700mhz, meaning that its performance compares to an Nvidia gt240m (which is already a much older card)

Currently I've tried using sapphire trixx which is apparently the best OC program to use for the 6630m in particular.
A warning keeps coming up which tells me that I need to disable ULPS
I have tried various methods in disabling it, by editing the registry using the find function to find any EnableUlps variables that I may have switched. As far as I am concerned, the variables are all set to 0 meaning it should be switched off. After a restart, this hasn't worked neither has using a DOS program to automatically edit the registry for me.

I have also tried various rollbacks and updates on the graphics driver, using the factory default driver and the most up to date driver closest to this day.

I know there is a lot more space for overclocking as my gpu temp never breaches the 60 mark.
My guess is it could be something to do with the BIOS being locked as I know manufacturers tend to do that for their laptops.

Please help me out. I know some of you out there just have a brilliant minds that can help me with this sorta thing.
Help me achieve better frames.
I can't even run planetside 2 with more than 20 frames on the lowest possible settings.
Judging from all these threads on various forums I've seen a lot of other people with this problem in particular.

For reference, this is the laptop I own:

HP Envy 2002-ea

Processor: 2nd gen i7 2.0ghz with Intel HD graphics
GPU: AMD 6630m @ 400/700mhz
post #2 of 6
It's performance compares to a GT 540M. How did you conclude it was comparable to a GT 240M? My guess would be that drivers need to be updated for the game. Here is some info about your card. If you want to attempt overclocking it, I would recommend trying to do so using Catalyst Control Center.
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what you mention is something I came across in this video.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FnOsYTyjmrM

yeah its physical spec is that similar to the 540m, you are correct. however, my framerate across games from both laptops are similar if not the same.

For instance, I can run EVE on all max settings perfectly smoothly, about 40 frames I'd say
and CSS runs at 120fps on both laptops.

Funnily enough I used that exact website for comparing graphics cards in comparison to various others. I'd say 70% of that website was the reason I even chose this laptop in particular. Guess I didn't do enough research but then again, it was hard finding a 14 inch laptop with a decent gpu and more than 4 hour battery life when my laptop first came out.

Also GPUz doesn't sync to the card very well, it keeps saying the clock is 100/150mhz which is obviously false.
post #4 of 6
GPUz is probably getting the 2D clocks. If that thing isn't beating the 240M by a good margin, then something is wrong. The stock clock on the 6630M should be 485/800.
post #5 of 6
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Originally Posted by hermitmaster View Post

GPUz is probably getting the 2D clocks. If that thing isn't beating the 240M by a good margin, then something is wrong. The stock clock on the 6630M should be 485/800.

Yeah, most people have to realize that the programs do monitor the GPUs nowadays. tongue.gif It is reading the 2D clocks when it's at that point.
     
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Hard DriveHard DriveCoolingOS
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post #6 of 6
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Originally Posted by hermitmaster View Post

GPUz is probably getting the 2D clocks. If that thing isn't beating the 240M by a good margin, then something is wrong. The stock clock on the 6630M should be 485/800.

lol well I wouldn't have posted on here if it wasn't a problem hehe.
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