Dell :: M6300 And X9000 Overclockable?

Oct 1, 2009

Like what the title says ive been googling it and can't find anything about it if the x9000 is to be able to be overclocked on the m6300. Anyone care to provide some insight

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Dell :: How Do I Overclock A M6300 64 Bit Intel Core 2 Duo Extreme X9000 Notebook

Mar 25, 2008

I'm curious if anyone knows if these notebooks can be overclocked? If so, how?

I read a review that one laptop vendor allowed over-clocking via BIOS but I'm not sure if Dell does this also and was hopeful that those of you much more learned than I could tell me if it's possible on the new Dell 6300 64 bit with the Intel Core 2 Duo Extreme X9000 chip?

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Dell :: Are They Overclockable?

Jan 29, 2009

I just bought a Studio XPS 1340 with a P9500 processor and the GeForce 9500m GE graphics option.

This is my first "OEM" machine since my first computer, a Packard Bell my mom bought the family in 1994, and so I am have been spoiled with the easy overclocking and tweaking to be had with the plethora of white box machines I have put together over the years.

My question -

How difficult is it to overclock the CPU and GPU on Dell Laptops? Are there any special methods or programs specific to Dell motherboards that I should be looking into?

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Dell :: [m90] T7600G, Isn't Overclockable

Nov 2, 2007

i bought a T7600G for my m90 from second Hand (..from firestarter, also activ in this Forum..). It originally comes from IT-Premier, a shop you already know, like I saw...

Now - the prob is, that the Bios don't let me overclock my lovely G! I'm sure, it is possible, because IT-Premier sells a m90 with 7600G. I've already ask him for his modified Bios (if exist..) but even no answer..

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Dell :: M1730 PLL Is NOT Overclockable With SetFSB

Mar 1, 2009

CY28547LFXC doesn't have the function that change FSB with the software.
To my regret, I can not support it.


from the creator of SetFSB

i found the PLL of the m1730, but can't be changed with SetFSB when the creator tried it.

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Apple :: 330M Is Overclockable - Win

May 1, 2010

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I presume this is Windows 7-only?

I don't own a Mac (yet), so I'm unsure about how Nvidia/homebrew supports OC'ing in OSX (or if they do at all).

Needless to say, this is fantastic news for me and everyone else needing to bleed more from a GPU than what the 330M offers by default. that's almost a 30% increase right there, folks..........................

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Dell :: Need A X9000

Jan 23, 2010

I am looking for a x9000 for my 1730 anyone who has one they would like to part

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Acer :: VBIOS For An Overclockable 9300M GS

Apr 24, 2009

Are there any of you who are able to OC your 9300M GS? If so, can someone give me a copy of the vBIOS? I think my BIOS won't let me overclock, so..

I'm looking to upgrade my card to an 8600M GT or a 9500M GS (thanks to TehSuigi ), but until I can confirm that I could do that, and until I get enough money, I'm looking at trying to OC this first, so can you please help me? current version of vBIOS is

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Dell :: X7900 Or X9000

Mar 24, 2008

Well for the past couple weeks I have been having some problems with my M1730. My processor has been overheating and causing my system to blue screen. Before that was happening I noticed it was getting really hot (70+ just while browsing the web) so I was asking my contact about the penryns, if they were just a simple swap in or not. At first he told me that my motherboard did not support them but after I showed him that the new A06 bios says it handles new cpus and the penryns are the only new procs to come out for my laptop, that they should work just fine. He said he was going to check into it for me but while he was doing that for me (he was checking into it for me for about two weeks) my system started to blue screen and lock up. So I told him that I was having some problems and mentioned that some of my friends have the X7900 and X9000 and even have them overclocked to 3.4ghz and they weren't having the same problems so I thought there was a problem with my processor and asked if he could have someone look at it for me.

Instead he said he would just swap it out with either the X7900 or X9000, whichever one I preferred, and I picked the X9000 of course. Well a couple hours later he emails me back and said he doesn't know why but he is not able to put in an order for the X9000 but can for the X7900 and asked if I wanted that one instead. I told him that I really wanted the X9000 because it is the new 45nm processor and should run cooler then the merom and since I am having heat issues that the X9000 would be the best bet. I asked if he could try it for a couple days to see if he is able to get it for me. I am wondering if I should wait and try and get the X9000 or if I should just get the X7900?

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Sony :: Is The Graphics On The Vaio E Series Overclockable

May 28, 2010

I'm looking to buy the new Sony Vaio E series laptop which has a ati mobility radeon 5650. Thing is, the graphics card is underclocked to 450mhz so I was wondering is it possible to overclock it to its default clockspeed of 650mhz?

I've heard that the temperature is barely affected when overclocking this graphics card to its default speed. So would it be safe if this is true?

Also is it possible to install new ati drivers as I've heard that Sony doesn't allow you to. Alternatively does anyone know if Sony actually keeps up to date drivers on its site?

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Dell :: Can I Swap My T7500 For An X9000?

Jan 23, 2010

i have a xps m1730 with a t7500 specs in the sig after buying a few pu hungry games i realized that something had to be done so can i replace an x9000 to replace my t7500?

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Dell :: M1730 X9000 CPU Bottleneck?

Jun 15, 2009

so story is, i jump on a new game called Demigod, cpu running at 2.8ghz , after about 5-10mins of playing, i notice both my cores are running at 100% and the game lags like crazy, frame rate goes down really bad.

so i figure, hm, cpu bottleneck for a game.. strange.. lets have some overclock fun - i go ahead and set my x9000 to 3.4ghz, now the game runs great, my cpu cores dont reach 100% and the frame rate is great, all is good and great. only problem with running at 3.4ghz is that after about 30mins-1hr of playing, my m1730 powers down due to what i can assume to be overheating

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Dell :: M1730 CPU Upgrade From T9300 To X9000

Jan 13, 2009

I couldn't find an actual thread about this so I figured I'd start my own that can be easily picked up by search engines assuming your good selves can add some good info to it
I took the plunge after finding a final stepping X9000 OEM chip on Ebay for 269 and I'd like to upgrade from my T9300. I'm fairly used to working on open laptops and I replaced the CPU in my old Inspiron 8000 with no problems so I figured I should be able to handle this swap as well.

However, I have a few questions.

1. I read in the M1730 thread "Dell is offering the X9000 but like ifti was saying it should be that hard of an upgrade because it looks like u can do it without removing the motherboard

the only thing is this may void your warrenty ud have to check that"
Has anyone successfully switched the CPU on the M1730, and can they confirm that you don't need to remove the entire board and the screws are accessible from the top of the board to remove the CPU?

2. What can I use to clean the existing compound that I will have to remove before applying my own compound (Arctic Silver 5)

3. Any other advice before I break open my M1730?

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Dell :: Whats Happening To M1730? X9000 Not Available

Sep 9, 2009

Whats happening to xps1730 is it being phased out?

x9000 no longer availble as an option?

also anybody now what the difference is between 8800gtx and 9800gtx card

how does the nvidia 260 compare?

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Dell :: Inspiron 1720 T9300 Or X9000?

Apr 1, 2009

it made quite a bit of differance. Now I'm contemplating going to the X9000 2.8Ghz.

Is there any reason I shouldn't? Will I see any differance? I'm basically trying to get my computer to run as fast as possible. Not sure why, just always have the urge to work on and improve things

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Acer :: Aspire 5920 Cpu Updgrade To T9500 Or X9000

Oct 23, 2008

I want more cpu speed for running multiple virtual machines on my laptop. Also memory upgrade.

But the qwestion is:

Wil the Aspire 5920 be able to run with X9000 bios support?

I did hear that the T9500 should work, anyone allready done it?

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Sony :: VAIO SZ Processor Upgrade To X9000, T9500, X7900

Apr 14, 2009

several people here who have been able to upgrade their SZ's to x9000 processors. I want to do the same but I want to know if it is as simple as putting the processor inn or do you have to do some modding. I am also interested in upgrading to a x7900 or t9500. Basically the x9000 is my first choice, x7900 is second and t9500 is 3rd and I want your advice as to what to do, and will I need to do any modding to put these processor in my SZ670?

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Dell :: M6300 And Fallout 3

Jan 2, 2009

After spending a great deal of time reading through various forums I've arrived here in hopes of getting Fallout 3 to run properly on my M6300.

Whenever run the game it seems to wind up having many graphic bugs (improper texture mapping etc.).

I believe the issue lies with the fact that the M6300 uses a Quadro card which isn't optimized for game playing--though I would appreciate it if I could play the game on any level, albeit the lowest possible settings.

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Dell :: M1710 To M6300

Sep 6, 2009

i have M1710 and i have question about replacement of MB and Graphic card will MB and graphic card from M6300 fit into M1710 chasis? and will it work if i will replace only those two components?

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Dell :: M6300 With FX 3600M

Jun 11, 2008

I'm just selling my Inspiron 9400 on eBay and considering to buy a M6300 instead.
It seems to be a powerful Laptop and a worthy upgrade.

1. Is it worth to buy 3 GB of RAM instead of 2 GB? I mean, is there ANY performance boost (for gaming)? Or will upcoming titles be probable of making use of more than 2 GB? I will be using Win XP btw...

2. Is the C2D T8300 (2.4GHz,3MB L2 Cache, 800MHz FSB) a good choice? Or is the T9300 (2.5GHz) THAT much better (in terms of gaming performance)?

3. Is the 1440x900 non-glossy screen any good? Maybe some comparison to the one I used before (sharp/1920x1200/glossy)?

4. My set of choice will cost around 1550 euro (without the VAT Tax) and be something like:

- T8300 (2,4 GHz)
- FX 3600
- 200 GB HDD (7200 rpm)
- 1440x900 non-glossy
- 3 years guarantee

Is there any 15"/17" laptop from dell with a similar graphic performance at a similar (or cheaper) price?

5. Is it really worth to pay the 350 euro more to get the fx 3600 instead of the fx 1600?

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Dell :: M6300 Update

Feb 13, 2008

As far as I can see it the only option with the possibility of docking and decent graphics performance are the m90/m6300 (regardless of manufacture). Has anyone heard news of a 8800 equivalent card for the m6300? I am duo to replace my m90 and believe the docking to be very convenient. Why doesn't the 5793 or m15x come with a docking option!

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Dell :: Upgrading Cpu In M6300

Jul 20, 2008

i recently saw some cheap mobile penrynn processors on ebay.
so i think about upgrading my cpu in the future (they get cheaper
from day to day) .

but i have the following questions before further considering that:

1. does changing the cpu on your own void your dell warranty in any way?
2. is it difficult to change it (never opened my laptop before)?
3. can i use ALL of the processors listed on the bottom of this post?
(as the x9000 has 44 watt instead of the others' 35 watt)
4. is it just plug & play /stick the new cpu inside and it works?

here the available processor models:

X90002.8 GHz 6MB44 Watt
T95002.6 GHz 6MB35 Watt
T93002.5 GHz 6MB35 Watt
T83002.4 GHz 3MB35 Watt
T81002.1 GHz 3MB35 Watt

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Dell :: M1730 Vs M6300 Thread

Jul 23, 2008

I'm not looking to debate the geforce vs quadro performance nor do I want people to tell me to wait for the 9m series cards, just a couple quick questions.

Does the m1730 have a docking port? From what I can find, I'm thinking it does not. For that matter, does the m6300 have one? I think it does...

Can an 8800gtx from an m1730 be put into an m6300? If not, I'll be fine with the 3600m, but I prefer geforce cards.

If yes, where can you get an 8800gtx and how much do they cost? I've seen people saying anything from over $2000 to $700.... which is quite a difference.

I guess while I'm at it, are there any other huge issues that I've maybe overlooked? I'm thinking about things like the huge LCD problems that everyone experienced with light leakage and whatnot on the m170/9300 series and even overflowing into the next gen stuff iirc.

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Dell :: FX 2500M Not Usable On M6300

Oct 2, 2008

I have installed a FX 2500M (rev A02) on a M6300 system board A10 Bios, the card is working but its clock is fixed to 100MHz (100MHz core + 100MHz mem).

FX 2500m doesn't switch to 3D Low mode (200/300) or 3D Performance mode (500/600).
It always remains on 2D Mode (100/100)

Off Course the same card works correctly on M90 System Board.

I have tried many drivers, DELL version and generic version by laptopvideo2go, but same results (always fixed to 100MHz).

I have tried Rivatuner to force clock switch. Same results No Switch

I have even installed a new OS (Vista 64) and with it, I have a strange situation.

With Vista64 (no SP1) original driver supplied by MS (and based, I suppose, on forceware 96.xx) the card seems to works at high clock.

No information tools can be used (with MS Driver) so I can't see which clock are active but 3D performance (games and benchmark) are near the performance achieved with M90.

But once I update the driver by installing a recent version supplied by Nvidia (Dell version or generic is the same), the card blocks to 100MHz even under Vista64.

Unfortunately with MS Driver there are many graphics error and it isn't so usable with 3D application (i.e. games) and furthermore I want to use the card with XP32 (Vista64 has been installed only for tests).

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Dell :: M6300 Screen Funny

Apr 2, 2010

Well i can usually fix my laptop problems but this one has me very surprised and i wanted to ask for opinions before doing somehting drastic (like changing the screen)

But alf m laptop screen goes dim, if this were the only thing the anwser would be obvious (broken screen change it) but the thing fixes when it goes into battery and slowly comes back when its conected again

I has virtually the same brightness on battery mode than on conected mode so the only real thing conecting her does its dimming alf the screen.

Why would it work while on battery and not conected? and why only alf screen?

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Dell :: M6300 4gb Ram Runs With 667mhz Why

Jul 2, 2009

hi there i have 4gb ocz pc6300 800mhz ram installed in my m6300 but the bios shows me that the ram is running @ 667MHZ. how can i change it

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Dell :: Precision M6300 Benchmark

Jul 22, 2008

OC the GPU as follows

650 - 921 - 1625

3DMark06 result 10,277.

Submitted to NBF Benchmarks

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Dell :: 177.79 Beta Drivers Tested On M6300

Aug 15, 2008

These are the best drivers I have found so far.

Windows Vista 32 Bit
Quadro 3600M
177.79 Beta Drivers

3DMark Score 9145
SM 2.0 Score 4288
SM 3.0 Score 3982
CPU Score 2212

3DMark Score 9447
SM 2.0 Score 4421
SM 3.0 Score 4132
CPU Score 2277

To compare, here are the 175.75 results

3D Mark - 9086
SM 2.0 - 4193
SM 3.0 - 3909
CPU - 2296

3D Mark - 9345
SM 2.0 -4354
SM 3.0 -4059
CPU - 2292 ...

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Dell :: M6300 Bios Crack Needed

Apr 8, 2008

Was wondering if any of the programmers out there could crack the M6300 bios so it would blind flash a M1710. I have a video card here from an M6300 and an M1710 that I would be willing to brick and RMA if it doesnt work.

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Dell :: Precision M6300 (M90 Successor) Revealed

Aug 12, 2007

"Notebook Italia has shots and specifications for a rumored 17-inch Dell Precision M6300 laptop, which could replace the ageing Dell Precision M90. We'll start with the most interesting feature, which is a BTO option for up to 8GB of installed RAM available when you include a copy of Vista 64-bit. Beyond that, the M6300 is rumored to feature Intel Core 2 Duos from 1.8GHz up to 2.4GHz, with a 2.6GHz Intel Core Extreme X7800 topping out the line. It'll also come with options for NVIDIA Quadro FX 1600M, 2600M, or FX 3600M graphics cards. There will apparently also be options for 1440x900, 1900x1200, and 1920x1200 glossy and matte displays, and a Blu-ray drive configuration. The word is that this model could ship by August 31st, so at least you haven't got long to wait."

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