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Yeah buy a new motherboard and OS
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im on a laptop this is very unfair! LOL
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Yeah buy a new motherboard and OS

its a laptop.............
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Yeah buy a new motherboard and OS

Helpful....

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im on a laptop this is very unfair! LOL

I'm on a laptop as well, how is that unfair? I'm at work as well so I'm doing work related stuff also.

Comps
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speed hacks! are ADHD which one!? LOL I am going to need the link to the speed hacks broski biggrin.gif
post #16 of 20
My speed hacks, I have none, i'm just awesome biggrin.gif

Trololol
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cheers.gif indeed
post #18 of 20
I want to buy faster memory as well. You may be able to get a third party bios at www.bios-mods.com. They offer a bios for my hp model but I haven't tried it yet. You can also request a bios if one hasn't been modified for your laptop yet. Using anything other than an hp bios is at your own risk and will almost definitely void your warranty.

Now that you have two sticks, afaik you should see an improvement graphics wise, that seems odd. If I may ask, what are your timings at for your 1866MHz ram that has been down clocked to 1333mhz? Is it running at the manufacturers PnP settings or different?
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I've just seen that NHC doesn't have a 64bit version, sorry frown.gif

I use that on my dad' laptop for him

You can try http://www.tweakers.fr/memset.html but I don't think it'll work with that processor and chipset...

I'm afraid that that one doesn't work either! frown.gif

I get the error: 'NOT FOR YOUR SYSTEM' tongue.gif


Is there maybe some kind of BIOS editor that I can use?
It's looking like I may be stuck at 1333MHz. frown.gif
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I want to buy faster memory as well. You may be able to get a third party bios at www.bios-mods.com. They offer a bios for my hp model but I haven't tried it yet. You can also request a bios if one hasn't been modified for your laptop yet. Using anything other than an hp bios is at your own risk and will almost definitely void your warranty.

Now that you have two sticks, afaik you should see an improvement graphics wise, that seems odd. If I may ask, what are your timings at for your 1866MHz ram that has been down clocked to 1333mhz? Is it running at the manufacturers PnP settings or different?

Thanks, I will look into that website. smile.gif

I went from 6GB (1x2GB + 1x4GB) to the HyperX kit, so I have always had 2 modules.

Here are some CPUz screenshots:



The 'DRAM Frequency' varies quite dramatically under load, from 400 - 1100 MHz, but remains fairly constant as shown in the screenshot at idle.

I'll try some games later on this evening with MSI Afterburner running to monitor the speed and see if it changes.
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