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Regular modded INF table

Driver..|.3DMark03.|.3DMark05.|.AquaMark 3.|.FFXI Bench 3.|

71.90...|...4869...|...fail...|...00.000...|.....0000.....| --> Tecra S2 Stock Driver

77.77...|...5183...|...1622...|...00.000...|.....0000.....|

78.30...|...5213...|...1717...|...40.729...|.....6083.....|..00,0..|

78.82...|...5233...|...1686...|...40.929...|.....6074.....|

78.82...|...5264...|...1662...|...40.645...|.....6035.....| => new INF

80.40...|...5229...|...1662...|...39.957...|.....0000.....|

81.26...|...5215...|...1615...|...40.704...|.....0000.....|

81.40...|...5243...|...1604...|...41.246...|.....6070.....|

81.82...|...5221...|...1655...|...41.121...|.....6065.....|

81.84...|...5212...|...1582...|...38.592...|.....6100.....|

81.85...|...5256...|...1598...|...38.592...|.....6106.....|

81.87...|...5269...|...1623...|...38.691...|.....6149.....|

93.71...|...5222...|...1583...|...00.000...|.....0000.....|

Highest scores are red

'000': Tests that are not run.

No OC'ing (default clocks: VPU:300|MEM:600)!

All tests are run 3 times, average score taken.

Regular modded INF table - Vista

|Vista Build|.Driver.|.3DMark03.|.3DMark05.|.AquaMark 3.|

|.RC2 5744..|.v96.85.|...4152...|...0000...|...33.145...|

Highest scores are red

'000': Tests that are not run.

No OC'ing (default clocks: VPU:300|MEM:600)!

All tests are run 3 times, average score taken.

Overclocking results: (VPU:365|MEM:655)

Driver..|.3DMark03.|.3DMark05.|.AquaMark 3.|.FFXI Bench 3.|

78.82...|...5928...|...0000...|...45.656...|.....6414.....|

78.82...|...0000...|...0000...|...00.000...|.....0000.....| -> Performance enhanced

Using max stable clocks (current).

Highest scores are red

'000': Tests that are not run.

All tests are run 3 times, average score taken.

Driver v71.90

-Stock driver that came with my notebook.

-Very poor performance!

Driver v77.77

-nvsvc32.exe error at shutdown.

Driver v78.30

-No nvsvc32.exe error at shutdown.

-Good Benchmark scores.

-Great performance!

Driver v78.82

-nvsvc32.exe error at shutdown. => Solved since Pieter's new INF

-Good Benchmark scores.

-Great performance!

Driver v80.40

-Alpha driver.

-nvsvc32.exe error at shutdown.

-Good Performance.

-Glitch in NFSU2: Car model colors don't show correct, no reflection.

Driver v81.26

-Alpha driver.

-No nvsvc32.exe error at shutdown.

-Good Benchmark scores.

-Poor game performance.

Driver v81.40

-beta driver.

-No nvsvc32.exe error at shutdown.

-Good Benchmark scores.

-Framedrops in NFSU2.

Driver v81.82

-beta driver.

-No nvsvc32.exe error at shutdown.

-Good Benchmark scores.

-Framedrops in NFSU2.

Driver v81.84

-beta driver.

Driver v81.85

-nvsvc32.exe error at shutdown.

-Framedrops in NFSU2.

Driver v81.87

-nvsvc32.exe error at shutdown.

-Good benchmark scores.

-Good game performance.

3DMark 2003 Pro build3.4.0

-Default settings.

-Only game tests.

3DMark 2005 Pro build1.2.0

-Default settings.

-Only game tests.

AquaMark 3 Standard

-Default settings.

FFXI Benchmark 3

-Default settings.

Toshiba Tecra S2

Intel Pentium M 760 2.0GHz

1024MB RAM

nVidia GeForce Go 6600 64MB

Update 04/10: Added 78.30, 81.40 and 81.82

Update 21/10: Added 78.82 with new INF and overclocked 78.82

Update 26/10: Added 81.84 and 81.85.

Update 27/10: Added 81.87

Update 2006-10-21: Added 96.85 Vista

Update 2006-12-03: Added 93.71

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Thanks heazky, the Belgium people seem to be quite Laptop interested :) Keep the numbers coming. I will implement them in the new drivers threads soon.

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(= Heazky =)

Ok, i'll be testing as much drivers I can this weekend :)

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(= Heazky =)

Update: Drivers 78.30, 81.40 and 80.82 are added. I wasn't able to test more, because I went over my down-&upload limit and am on smallband now :) .

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i know what you mean beeing on "smallband" :) also had that for more than a year (1GB cap). Currently no internet at home. One unregularly, unsecured WLAN AP out of 10 secured ones i can receive in my appartment :)

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Hehe yeah. I'm sharing the cable here with 4 other students, and one of them has been using bittorrent the whole time (I do such things at university: way faster :) ). Now we're all on the WLAN of the neighbours :) , because our connection has become way to slow.

Anyway, back on-topic. i'm currently testing the overclock capabilities. The driver used is the very stable v78.30. Results are promissing and will be posted soon.

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Update: Added 78.82 with new INF and OC'ing results.

Yay! Finally again on broadband! Just downloaded all new drivers. Results are following, stay tuned :)

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(= Heazky =),

What were your default clocks?

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(= Heazky =)

The default clocks are 300MHz for the VPU and 600MHz for memory (300MHz DDR).

Added to the startpost.

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terror_adagio

360/655 is a great OC, we both have the same GPU, except I have 128MB.

I am at 330/640 so far, so I should be able to get close to your's hopefully.

No artifacts with 360/655? No extra cooling?

The GPUs we have seem to be downcloked from 375/675.

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Yeah. Currently these are the highest stable clocks i tried (no artifacts, no overheating, no extra cooling). Memory is very max, if i try to raise it more, i get lockups in some benchies.

Tho I can prolly get the VPU higher.

I also noticed the standard cooling of this machine is great.

Not sure if I'll mod the notebook to get better results, as this is my working horse for university (Multimedia & Communications Technology + ICT).

The best VPU OC's i've ever got are with my desktop Radeon 9700@400/680 (default 278/556), heatpipe cooled

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Update 26/10: Added 81.84 and 81.85.

Running all those bechies at least 3 times in a row takes forever, lol :)

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Update 27/10: Added 81.87

And they keep comming with new drivers :)

*Needs to clone himself to keep up*

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Guest pthomas

How do I enable to overclocking panel on any of these drivers? the coolbits tweak doesn't seem to work.

Thanks,

Paul

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has33

So if I m a big time gamer and my laptop's cooling is pathetic, (I just got my heat sink plate changed) need PERFOMANCE more than eye candy & being a noob dont understand all the bench/aqua/3Dmarking what will be the best overall driver for me ???

I upgraded my RAM to 1GB & plan to upgrade to 'bout 2.5GHz next year (if it is adviseble) ?????

Sorry for the nooby question but really apericiate your efforts & want to benefit from it.

TNX.

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How do I enable to overclocking panel on any of these drivers? the coolbits tweak doesn't seem to work.

Thanks,

Paul

I don't know how to enable the OC'ing panel, it doesn't work for me either. But you can download programs like PowerStrip or RivaTuner to overclock your graphics card.

So if I m a big time gamer and my laptop's cooling is pathetic, (I just got my heat sink plate changed) need PERFOMANCE more than eye candy & being a noob dont understand all the bench/aqua/3Dmarking what will be the best overall driver for me ???

I upgraded my RAM to 1GB & plan to upgrade to 'bout 2.5GHz next year (if it is adviseble) ?????

Sorry for the nooby question but really apericiate your efforts & want to benefit from it.

TNX.

I'd recommend you installing drivers 78.82 or 81.87.

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(= Heazky =)

Looks like I wasn't logged in the previous post.

Has33, you can use Pieter's Performance INF's too with these drivers, so you don't have to do the settings manually.

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Shinwar

My GF Go 6600 on ACER TM4652LCI can OC @ 405/695,and get 5702 on 3DMARK 03 at original clocking. :)

I haven't tested after OC.sorry~~

PS:Sorry,I typied a wrong NUMBER 05,damned Keyboard~~ :)

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My GF Go 6600 on ACER TM4652LCI can OC @ 405/695,and get 5702 on 3DMARK 05 at original clocking. :)

I haven't tested after OC.sorry~~

Yeah right, 5702 with a 6600. I only have 4300 with a 6800. Only a 6800go ultra can get around 5700 (without the 7serie).

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Sorry to ask a dumb question. I searched around but can't seem to find a answer for this..

Is it possible to upgrade the GeForce Go 6600 64MB on Tecra S2 to a GeForce Go 6800 256MB from dell laptops?

64MB VRAM just isn't good for gaming anymore. F.E.A.R. runs crappy too...

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I would be very :) if that worked.

Only would work probably if it was MXM, and I don't know of any Dells that use it yet.

Finding pictures of the cards should show you the answer. (look on ebay and/or dell/toshiba)

My bet is the cards are shapped very differently from each other, for starters.

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I would be very :) if that worked.

Only would work probably if it was MXM, and I don't know of any Dells that use it yet.

Finding pictures of the cards should show you the answer. (look on ebay and/or dell/toshiba)

My bet is the cards are shapped very differently from each other, for starters.

Sigh...

You are right

All the GeForce Go on ebay look very different from the one on Tecra S2 (I don't even know if that GeForce Go 6600 64MB is a MXM-based card)

The only people who can upgrade this are probably the service center dudes, but they need to order parts too...and I doubt Tecra S2 can use any better cards other than the 128MB GeForce Go 6600...

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Sorry to ask a dumb question. I searched around but can't seem to find a answer for this..

Is it possible to upgrade the GeForce Go 6600 64MB on Tecra S2 to a GeForce Go 6800 256MB from dell laptops?

64MB VRAM just isn't good for gaming anymore. F.E.A.R. runs crappy too...

It is possible to upgrade the videocard to a GeForce Go 6600 128MB. I'm not sure where to get it tho, probably via Toshiba themselves.

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It is possible to upgrade the videocard to a GeForce Go 6600 128MB. I'm not sure where to get it tho, probably via Toshiba themselves.

sorry, but I think you are wrong. This kind of laptop have their video card inserted in the motherboard. if you want to upgrade to a 128MB version you need to replace the motherboard :)

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Starfox

Mind posting the list of supported OpenGL Extensios for 90.xx on GF6600 go?

I'm after GL_NVX_instanced_arrays. TIA.

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