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    Talking 20k 3DMark 06 with a Asus W90 notebook

    Notebook overclocking is good for your nerves, very relaxing I recommend this to anyone who feels stressed about overclocking.

    Pretty amazed by the thermal solution of this notebook, almost 4GHz (!) with a quad-core cpu, just standing there on the desk.

    The Mobility 4870X2 is running at 600MHz gpu and 1800MHz memory clocks.



    Last edited by Kinc; 02-18-2009 at 06:48 AM.

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    Very cool! :-) very good for nerves.., i might try that.. :-)

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    thanks for posting, thats certianly not bad ...

    its been a while since, Dino benched some Sonys ...

    what tempratures did the cpu / vga had respectively, if noticed?...

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    damn!

    20k on a notebook it's really impressive!

    congrats m8,

    keep up the good work!

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    Awesome, interested to know about the temps as well on a system like that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oliver View Post
    thanks for posting, thats certianly not bad ...

    its been a while since, Dino benched some Sonys ...

    what tempratures did the cpu / vga had respectively, if noticed?...
    Quote Originally Posted by sabe View Post
    Awesome, interested to know about the temps as well on a system like that.
    The graphic card is running about the same temps as a normal desktop 4870X2, between 70 and 85C during load. CPU I didnt meassure but the heat from the exhaust vent were not very hot at all actually. It is just the voltage that is limiting the cpu clock.

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    Time to open that baby up for a hard voltage mod it seems!

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    thats some great results..the cpu score is on par with mine at 4.4ghz..oh man..
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    Quote Originally Posted by sabe View Post
    Time to open that baby up for a hard voltage mod it seems!
    I just did open it up to have a look Looks like it will be easy to cool it with liquid nitrogen too

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    Kinc, are you overclocking a laptop at work?

    Great notebook result
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    Quote Originally Posted by NBF View Post
    Kinc, are you overclocking a laptop at work?

    Great notebook result
    Indeed I am

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    Nice work man! 20K is respectable for many a desktop system

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    That's really impressive for a notebook on air/stock cooling.
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    Looks like it will be easy to cool it with liquid nitrogen too
    Does this mean you will actually be running LN2 on it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kinc View Post
    I just did open it up to have a look Looks like it will be easy to cool it with liquid nitrogen too
    Do it and push this great score higher

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    totally crazy notebook marcus, lets fire it up with some ln2

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    dont forget GPUs under LN2 too!
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    .....20k 2k6 by laptop !!! amazing notebook from ASUS

    wanna to see sub-zero OC
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    Holy sh|t!

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    thx for information , keep pushing it

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    Oh yeah, its real deal.

    Its time to handpick some laptop
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    So that's what you've been doing. Get your ass to the phone and call me about your dewar, Marcus.

    Also... Does the laptop fit into the Price/Performance category in the Swedish computer performance championships? :P
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    I don't post much here anymore, but things like this certainly make me miss it from time to time.

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    OC'ing lappys seems like one of the funnest things

    I know this is probably a little too obvious, but can you use BIOS to OC CPU or Windows program? What about GPU? Rivatuner ok?
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    It is indeed really nice benching laptops, as soon as they have overclocking features via bios though :p Or anyway, a way to o/c them For example I can not o/c my laptop,
    'cause there are NO options in bios, can't work clockgen neither ... tried everything

    Anyway, great stuff Kinc Now put it under LN2 !

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