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I just recently bought an HP Z5330 laptop partially because it among has the most decent graphics on a laptop I've seen short of Alienware: an ATI9000 IGP with 128MB of shared memory. I was curious as to what the GPU clock was, so I installed Power Strip on it (clockspeed of mem is n/a duh) and Power Strip said it was 567MHz!
Somehow I refuse to believe that the GPU would run that fast, although I don't know if it's 64 bit or 128 bit...maybe it's only 64...

Do you think it's an error?
 

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how safe you think it is to push it a little?

btw it runs GTA3 @ 800x600 lag free also runs Jedi Knight II @ 1024x768 lag free.
 

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how safe you think it is to push it a little?

btw it runs GTA3 @ 800x600 lag free also runs Jedi Knight II @ 1024x768 lag free.

my friend has a toshiba or a gateway or something maybe an HP and i think it ahs that same card.. and it runs HL2 at those resolutions maybe higher like a dream
 

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im pretty sure u cant OC intergrated...but maybe im wrong...more power to ya! my laptop only has intel Extreme, but heck...it is a 10 inch laptop....
 

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holy crap snow! as for the other spex on the laptop:

p4 3.2GHz HT (Northwood)
512MB DDR300
FSB???

huh,

A64 3400DTR
1024MB PC3200 Kingmax
128MB ATI Mobility Radeon 9600 Pro
80 GB Fujitsu HDD
NEC 6500A DVD+/-RW
Bluetooth
Wireless g network
10/100 LAN
56K modem
4xUSB ports
1xFirewire port
5in1 card reader

...not looking to boast or anything
 

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on this laptop you can o/c the gpu but not mem (shared)

damn how much did that system run you muffin?
 

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I overclocked the onboard on my Athlon 2000+ system from 180Mhz to 260Mhz, i could off keeped going but i was new to overclocking and they i read that overlcoking your onboard may cause the whole board to break in half and catch on fire. You can overclock the memory in your bios. Change the RAM:CPU Ratio or up the FSB an overclock your CPU while your at it.
 
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