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Toshiba M60

Intel Pentium M Dothan 750

1GB DDR2-PC4200

nVidia GeForce Go 6600 128MB Dedicated

Windows XP SP2

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Highest scores are in red.

Benchmarks

3DMark2003

76.10 - 5644 (Stock)

77.77 - 5638 (Stock)

78.82 - 5694 (Stock)

Games

FEAR 1.02 Retail

Note: 1024x768, Medium Texture, 2xAF, Soft Shadows OFF, Rest MAX

79.11 - 17 (Min), 28 (Avg), 58 (Max) [340/620]

81.40 - 17 (Min), 29 (Avg), 61 (Max) [340/620]

81.82 - 18 (Min), 30 (Avg), 58 (Max) [340/620]

81.85 - 19 (Min), 30 (Avg), 66 (Max) [340/620]

81.89 - 19 (Min), 31 (Avg), 66 (Max) [335/640]

81.95 - Coming Soon [335/650]

81.98 - Coming Soon [335/650]

82.10 - 19 (Min), 30 (Avg), 66 (Max) [340/620] *Visual artifacts present*

Doom 3 1.3 Retail

Note: 1024x768, High Quality, 2xAF, VSYNC OFF

79.11 - 38.6 [340/620]

81.85 - 57.5 [340/620]

81.95 - Coming Soon [335/650]

81.98 - Coming Soon [335/650]

82.10 - 57.4 [340/620] *Visual artifacts present*

Overclocking

Default: 300 Core, 600 Memory

Current OC: 335 Core, 650 Memory (Originally 340/630 but noticed black lines in one game that went away when I downclocked the core to 335.)

Recommended Driver: 81.95

Will update regularly!

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Nice scores :)

Keep them coming, I hope you can keep up with all the driver releases :)

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No kidding. :)

Added some more results to first post!

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Nice scores indeed! :) . You can see there's a big difference in performance between 64 or 128MB onboard memory :)

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Nice scores indeed! :P . You can see there's a big difference in performance between 64 or 128MB onboard memory :(

You can say that again! :)

I must just 1Gb of RAM to see if I get more performance from this machine!

off topic: this are really nice smilies!

:( :) (my favourite!) :P :)

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What are you using to O/C?

I have the same GPU in a Tosh laptop but so far all O/C attempts have failed miserably (can't get O/C's to stick, like the GPU is locked to a certain clock)

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81.95 - WHQL

Is it included in your testing?

some one said it is an official version.

http://forums.laptopvideo2go.com/index.php?showtopic=8261

I have updated to 81.95 WHQL, will test soon. I was originally going to test and post 81.94 scores, but 81.95 came out not long after. :)

mattman,

I use Rivatuner 2.0 RC 15.7 for overclocking.

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Urgh... it doesn't like me.

Install Rivatuner, let it detect my current speeds (300/600), tell it I want to do separate 2d/3d O/C.

Go the 3d bit, up the clocks a little, test, tell it to re-apply clocks on reboot.

Reboot, nothing changes! Am I missing something?

Edit: Had the hardware monitor screen up while running O/C tests, no matter the O/C the monitor just reported stock speeds. I'M DOOMED!! :)

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Have you tried PowerStrip yet? That's the prog I use for Toshiba Tecra S2.

Also, for the mods, maybe make Terror's topic a sticky too ;-).

Hmm, maybe it could be good to combine these tables and mines, so a quick lookup in difference (6600 64MB-128MB) is easy....

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I've tried it previously.

Could create a higher clocked profile, but it wouldn't let me select it via the systray menu. I assume this is all you have to do? (Install, detect defaults, create new profile, select via sytray)

Of course the lack of walkthroughs/troubleshooting for O/C apps hasn't helped anything :)

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When PS is loaded, you right-click on the icon in the tray. There you select Performance Profiles->Configure. You don't have to create a profile. You can just highten the clocks with the sliders and click Apply. Normally that should just work. To control you're effectively running at the set clocks, you can use the monitoring tool from Rivatuner.

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Well I'll give it another go.. I'm starting to think my GPU is locked for O/C or something,, don't even know if that's possible :S

Edit: Powerstrip loaded and running... I hit apply after changing the clocks, and it just drops back to defaults :S

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Which driver do you have? The originals may be locked.

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running modded 81.95 :)

Edit: Pretty much resigned to the fact this thing isn't going to o/c :)

Not having any luck with rivatuner or powerstrip... and of course coolbits won't work anyway.

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Thats quite odd, I don't see how your system could be locking the defaults.

We all have Toshiba and the exact same GPU, except Heazky has the 64MB version and him and I can OC easily.

Try the new Rivatuner 15.8 that just came out, they officially support 80xx now.

In Rivatuner you go to Driver Settings and click Customize, then System Settings. You click enabled low level hardware overclocking and it will detect and seperate clocks for you. You then want to pick Performance 3D from the drop box and then click your core and memory clocks. You have to test the settings and then click the Apply overclocking at Windows startup and pick Save. And click OK and exit out of Riva. It should be working.

If it isn't, I guess you could try that alternate startup daemon setting, but I have no idea what that does.

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Ok installed RivaTuner RC 15.8.

Upped the clocks, test, apply at windows startup, apply, ok. At this point i should be able to go into the hardware monitor and see the higher clocks being reported, correct?

Also if i close the system clocks page, then re-enter it, my clocks are back at 300/600.

What hardware id does rivatuner spit out for your card? I get NV43 (A4,8x1,3vp)

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Ok installed RivaTuner RC 15.8.

Upped the clocks, test, apply at windows startup, apply, ok. At this point i should be able to go into the hardware monitor and see the higher clocks being reported, correct?

Also if i close the system clocks page, then re-enter it, my clocks are back at 300/600.

What hardware id does rivatuner spit out for your card? I get NV43 (A4,8x1,3vp)

I got the same problem

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What machine are you using? What GPU? If you want some help we need some details...

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I got same problem with toshiba g25-av513 go6600 128mb running on 81.95

I would really appreciate some help!

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