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UPDATE

As of FEB 2006 Nvidia finally has a list of their own for the consumer to browse.

All credits to Ice-Tea for finding the link and informing us.

LIST

ACER

- GF Go 6200 64 MB (+192MB TurboCache) - Travelmate C 202 TMi Tablet Notebook, Centrino PM740, 1.73 GHz, 512 MB, 80GB, 12.1 Zoll

ALiENWARE

- GF Go 6800 256MB - Area 51m/S-4m 7700

ASUS

- GF Go 6200 128MB - A6K

- GF Go 6600 128MB - Z71V

- GF Go 6800 - Z81SP

- GF Go 6800 256MB DDR I (MXM-PCI Express) - L3800S

BOXXTECH

- GF Go 6800 Ultra 256MB - GoBOXX 2300 Mobile Workstation [specs]

- Quadro FX Go1400 256MB - GoBOXX 2300 Mobile Workstation [specs]

CEBOP (german)

- GF Go 6600 256MB DDR - cebop HEL [WEBPAGE] / [DATASHEET]

CHEMBOOK

- GF Go 6400 64MB - ChemBook 2030

- GF Go 6600 128MB - ChemBook 2371V

DELL

- GF Go 6800 Ultra 256MB - XPS Gen2

- GF Go 6800 256MB - Dell 9300

EUROCOM

- GF Go 6800 256MB - D900T

EVESHAM

- GF Go 6600 128MB - Voyager C510 series [specs]

FUJITSU-SIEMENS

- GF Go 6600 128MB DDR1 - AMILO M1439g

- GF Go 6800 256MB - AMILO M3438

- GF Go 6800 256MB - AMILO M4438

HYBRIDGEAR

- GF Go 6800 Ultra 256MB DDR3 - EVO X [SPECS]

MEDiON

- GF Go 6600 128MB - MD95500

MESH Computers (UK)

- GF Go 6800 256MB - Ultima Pro [SPECS]

MSI

- GF Go 6200 128MB - MegaBook S 425 [SPECS]

- GF Go 6600 128MB - MegaBook M 645 [SPECS]

- GF Go 6600 256MB - MegaBook L 725 [SPECS]

NOVATECH

- GF Go 6600 256MB PCI-Express - Nitro 15.4" 750/760/770 [SPECS]

QUANTA

- GF Go 6600 128MB - KN1 [SPECS]

SAGER

- GF Go 6800 256MB DDR2 - NP9860 (PCI-Express 16x Modular Video Card )

- GF Go 6600 128MB DDR SGRAM - NP3880 (PCi-Express x16)

SAMSUNG

- GF Go 6600 128MB PCI-Express - M70-1860 Cree

- GF Go 6600 128MB PCI-Express - M70-2130 Bemus

SHARP

- GF Go 6600 128MB - Actius AL3DU ( Details & specs PDF )

SONY

- GF Go 6200 TurboCache - VGN-FS115M [SPECS]

- GF Go 6200 TurboCache - VGN-S480 [SPECS]

- GF Go 6200 - VGN-S3XP

- GF Go 6400 TurboCache 128MB - VGN-S5XP (not in NVIDIA's list)

TOSHiBA

- GF Go 6600 128MB - Satellite A80-142 (EURO) - [SPECS]

- GF Go 6600 128MB - Satellite A80-154 (EURO) - [SPECS]

- GF Go 6200 64MB - Satellite A80-131 (EURO)

- GF Go 6200 64MB - Satellite A80-117 (EURO) - specs

- GF Go 6200/6600 - Tecra A3 (US/CANADA) & S2

- GF Go 6200 64MB - Tecra M3-1xx (EURO, some with PCIe) - overview

- GF Go 6200 64MB PCIe- Tecra M4-103 (EURO) - specs

- GF Go 6200 TE 64M/6600 TE 128M - Portege S100-S113TD, S100-S213TD, S100-S1132

- GF Go 6600 - Tecra A4 (US Model)

- GF Go 6600 128MB DDR - Satellite M40

- GF Go 6600 64MB or 128MB DDR - Tecra S2 (US Model)

- GF Go 6600 64MB - Tecra S2-S128 (EURO) - specs

- GF Go 6600 64MB - Tecra S2-S110 (EURO) - specs

- GF Go 6600 64MB - Tecra S2-S112 (EURO) - specs

- GF Go 6600 64MB - Tecra S2-S136 (EURO) - specs

- GF Go 6600 64MB - Tecra S2-S137 (EURO) - specs

- GF Go 6600 64MB - Tecra S2-S138 (EURO) - specs

- GF Go 6600 64MB - Tecra S2-S126 (EURO) - specs

- GF Go 6200 TE 64MB DDR (PCI Express 16) - Tecra M3 (PTM30C-KK701E)

- GF Go 6600 128MB - Satellite M60 (CANADA) SPECS

Generally all Qosmio models worldwide are powered by NVIDIA mobile GPUs.

Here are some examples:

- GF Go 6600, 128MB DDR, PCI Express x16 - Qosmio F20-111 (EU), 1280 x 800, SPECS

- GF Go 6600, 64MB DDR, PCI Express x16 - Qosmio F25-AV205 (US), 1280 x 800, SPECS

- GF Go 6600, 128MB DDR, PCI Express x16 - Qosmio F20-P540 (ASIA) SPECS

- GF Go 6600, 128MB DDR, PCI Express x16 - Qosmio G20-P640 (ASIA) SPECS

- GF Go 6600, 128MB DDR - Qosmio G20-102 (EU) - SPECS

- GF Go 6600, 128MB DDR - Qosmio G20-120 (EU) - SPECS

- GF Go 6600, 128MB DDR - Qosmio G20-127 (EU) - SPECS

- GF Go 6600, 128MB DDR, PCI Express x16 - Qosmio G25-AV513 (US) SPECS

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Thanks for the info, i added it. Can you provide a link to the specs/support site for this model? No time currently to check it myself, sorry

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My Clevo manufactured D900T has a GeForce 6800 256mb card =).

http://www.clevo.com.tw/products/D900T.asp

17.1" WSXGA+ SuperClear LCD Screen(1680x1050)

-Pentium 4 w/HT 3.2Ghz Processor (LGA775)

-NVidia GeForce GO 6800 256MB Video Card

-DDR-II 2GB PC4200 Kingston Ram (Supports up to 4GB)

-2x 40GB Fujitsu 5400rpm Harddrives on RAID 0 (stripe)

-8x Dual DVD +-R/+-RW w/ Nero Express

-5.1 Surround Sound Compatible

-Logitech 5.1 Surround Sound Speakers (Brand new)

-Jensen Gaming Headphones (folding)

-Logitech USB Mouse

-SMC Wireless Internet Card (2.4 Ghz! Broadband connection up to 175ft!)

-Built-In Webcam

-Built-In Mic

-4x USB 2.0 ports

-2x Mini IEEE1394a ports

-1x Serial port

-1x Parallel port (LPT1), supporting ECP/EPP

-1x Infrared Transfer port

-1x DVI port

-1x PS/2 port

-1x Headphone jack

-1x Microphone jack

-1x S/PDIF output jack

-1x Line-in jack for Audio input

-1x RJ-45 port for LAN

-1x RJ-11 port for Modem

-1x DC-In jack

-1x CATV input jack (optional function with TV-Tuner module)

-1x S-Video jack for Video input (optional function with TV-Tuner module)

-1x S-Video jack for TV output (HDTV support by transfer cable)

-Built-in 10-in-1 Card Reader (MS/SD/MS Pro/MMC/CF/SM/MicroDrive/MS Duo/Mini SD/ RSMMC)

-Bluetooth Compatible

-Full size keyboard, with Numeric Pad, Multi-Language support

-Built-in Touchpad with scrolling function

-Ethernet Cord Included

-New external Card Reader w/ 1.44 Floppy (worth $40)

-Carrying case included

-Kensington Lock compatible for security

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Hi, I'm new in the NVidia world and on monday I will get my new laptop with an NVidia GeForce GO 6600.. It is a Sanctech X2110.

This is the link to my model description page: http://www.santech.it/notebook/X2110.htm

And here you can find the few models sold by Santech.

I've downloaded some stuff from this very interesting site/forum and I will test it as soon as I can on my laptop :)

PS: the info on the left (under my avatar) are wrong (for example, my laptop is a Santech and not an Acer, but there isn't Santech as a choice :) ) or incomplete.. I do not have the necessary data to correct them at the moment..

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Try the 82.10 driver. (if you have a Dell, use the Dell INF)

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Hi! I want to add one more laptop to this list.

It's this one: link to manufacturers site

This laptop uses a nVidia GeForce Go 6600 with 128MB graphics solution.

I have used a driver from laptopvideo2go with a modified INF in order to install. Powermizer is activated and I double checked using RivaTuner to see if it really was clocked down when battery powered.

When I play a game and pull out the power cord from AC adapter the game suddenly runs much slower giving proof of Powermizer kicking in.

I'm happy that this site exists when slow manufactures hesitate with releasing updated and/or working drivers. My laptop shipped with a driver that had Powermizer deactivated and thus consumed a lot more power than it should.

Thanks to this site everything is working perfectly!! Hooray!

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I hope this is going to fix my problem. I' was going crazy trying to find a driver that is going to work with my Sony Vaio VGN FS315S. Thank God I found this forum. :)

Everytime I tried to play a video game, even older ones like Sid Meier's Piretes or SW Knights of the Old Republic, I would get a blue error screen saying that graphic driver caused the error and then my computer crashed.

I hope this is going to fix my problem. I' was going crazy trying to find a driver that is going to work with my Sony Vaio VGN FS315S. Thank God I found this forum. :)

Everytime I tried to play a video game, even older ones like Sid Meier's Piretes or SW Knights of the Old Republic, I would get a blue error screen saying that graphic driver caused the error and then my computer crashed.

Sorry about this one, I typed in the wrong tab in my browser.

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Hi, i have a ASUS A6K with a 6200 Go TC that reports 256MB (dedicated mem 64MB)

and yes there is a turion with a Go 7300 (ASUS A6Km)

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BOXXTEXH GoBOXX 2300 Mobile Workstation

http://www.boxxtech.com/products/2300.asp

Specifications

Processors

Intel® Pentium® 4 Processor with HT Technology up to 3.8GHz

800 MHz System Bus

Graphics

NVIDIA Quadro® FX Go1400

NVIDIA GeForce? Go6800 Ultra

Memory

512MB PC2-4200 (533MHz) DDR2 Memory expandable to 3GB

I/O

1x PCI-Express? x16 (Dual Simultaneous Display)

1x PCMCIA Slot

1x PCMCIA Type II slot

I/O Ports

1x DVI Port

1x S/PDIF Output

1x Serial Port

1x External Keyboard/Mouse Port

1x Parallel ECP/EPP

1x RJ45 Gigabit Ethernet

2x IEEE 1394a mini

4x USB 2.0/1.1

1x 5.1 Channel Audio I/O

Power

Rechargeable Lithium-Ion Battery

Full range Auto-Switching 100V/240V AC Adapter

Power Management

Power On Suspend

Suspend on HDD/DRAM

Support ACPI v1.0B and APM v1.2

Storage I/O

Built-in 2.5" 9.5mm SATA drive

Optional 2nd Drive (IDE or SATA)

Up to 200GB total storage

RAID 0 or RAID 1 Hardware support with optional second hard drive

External USB 3.5"

1.44 MB Floppy

Built-in 7-IN-1 Flash Memory Card Reader

Optical Drive

Built-in DVD/CDRW combo drive

Optional DVD+/-R/RW Burner or Double Layer DVD+/-R/RW Burner

Display

NEW! 17?1920 x 1200 WUXGA GlassView Type Active Matrix Display

Dimensions

15.48"(W) x 11.75"(D) x 2"(H)

11.3 lbs. with Battery

Warranty

1 year

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Ya there is, I have the same computer, go to the drivers section and check out the series 80s, I've use the 81.98s without a problem, they are the latest official release, or the ones I use now are the 83.40s, which give me even better performance, but it hangs occasionally on shutdown.

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added Toshiba Qosmio G20-120 and Qosmio G20-127 (Go 6600 128 MB)

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