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Geforce GO 7600 too slow


Khan_Phelan

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Hello there,

I´ve got a brand new ACER ASPIRE 5652 WLMi feat. CORE DUO T2300, 2GB RAM DDR2, 100GB S-ATA and the new Geforce Go7600 with 128MB. When I run the 3DMark2005 Test, I only reach 2161 point!!! That´s not good for this hardware! A X700 with 128MB with a 750 processor reaches 2600 points! Some Go6600 reach 3000 points!

What´s wrong with my system? I don´t understand it!

Does anyone know, if there are problems with the Go7600???

Greetings from Germany

Khan_Phelan

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Khan,

Have you set the performance/quality sliders to performnace it the display properties ?

This can make a big difference.

Also make sure Powermizer is set to max performance and that the power scheme is set to always on.

This should then setup your machine for the fastest possbile performance.

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hmmm, I thought that I used all performance settings, but I have to check it. The ACER-Software isn´t very userfriendly.

But I thought that the Go7600 is faster than the X1600!!! Maybe I was wrong...

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Yes, I turned off vert. sync! That are the reasons I don´t understand why my system isn´t fast at all...

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What are the default clocks for your go7600 ?

This should be on the over clocking page.

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3DMark05 Results

Result 1

File Name

Primary Device NVIDIA GeForce Go 7600

Width 1024

Height 768

Anti-Aliasing None

Anti-Aliasing Quality 0

Texture Filtering Optimal

Max Anisotropy 4

VS Profile 3_0

PS Profile 3_0

Force Full Precision No

Disable DST No

Disable Post-Processing No

Force Software Vertex Shader No

Color Mipmaps No

Repeat Tests Off

Fixed Framerate Off

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3DMark Score 3432 3DMarks

GT1 - Return To Proxycon 14,9 FPS

GT2 - Firefly Forest 10,5 FPS

GT3 - Canyon Flight 16,6 FPS

CPU Score 4077 CPUMarks

CPU Test 1 2,4 FPS

CPU Test 2 3,1 FPS

Fill Rate - Single-Texturing 0,0 FPS

Fill Rate - Multi-Texturing 0,0 FPS

Pixel Shader 0,0 FPS

Vertex Shader - Simple 0,0 FPS

Vertex Shader - Complex 0,0 FPS

Graphics Bus

8 Triangles 0,0 FPS

32 Triangles 0,0 FPS

128 Triangles 0,0 FPS

512 Triangles 0,0 FPS

2048 Triangles 0,0 FPS

32768 Triangles 0,0 FPS

Family Genuine Intel® CPU T2300 @ 1.66GHz

Internal Clock 1663 MHz

External Clock 166 MHz

Description NVIDIA GeForce Go 7600

Total Local Video Memory 256 MB

Driver Version 8.3.4.0

VGA Memory Clock 0 Hz

VGA Core Clock 0 Hz

Total Physical Memory 1022 MB

Operating System Microsoft Windows XP

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3DMark Score 3432 3DMarks

GT1 - Return To Proxycon 14,9 FPS

GT2 - Firefly Forest 10,5 FPS

GT3 - Canyon Flight 16,6 FPS

CPU Score 4077 CPUMarks

CPU Test 1 2,4 FPS

CPU Test 2 3,1 FPS

Unfortunately I think it is fast as it is supposed to be - slightly slower then 6800go. I get about 3750 in 3DMark05. It would certainly be interesting to see your core and memory speeds . BTW GF 7600 go is supposed to be made in 90nm process so it should be a good overclocker.

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OT: I'm curious if Go 7600 is a MXM card. If so, which type?

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hmmm, I thought that I used all performance settings, but I have to check it. The ACER-Software isn´t very userfriendly.

But I thought that the Go7600 is faster than the X1600!!! Maybe I was wrong...

The 7600 desktop is faster than the x1600. But if you check out the architecture (pipelines etc.) the 7600go is a stripped down version of its desktop version. while the x1600 maintains its general architecture. So the mobile x1600 is a bit faster than the 7600go.

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Just wondering if you plugged your AC cord in?

And I'd like to know if it's MXM, too, but I never found any proof for Acers :)

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That's the changelog from the latest BIOS release for ACER 565x:

Grapevine 3G SKU bios version start here.

[sOP]

01) Unzip HBL50_210_Winflash.zip under WindowsXP.

02) Click Flash32 application in the unziped folder.

03) System will automatically update bios.

[Fixed hostory]

System BIOS

1.REMOVE G72M vbios.

2.Fixed if insert web cam (usb interface), HCT test fail.

3.Implement TJ85 cpu function

4.After enter s4, wake in lan. And the s4 fail

5.modify CCD Int 15h function

6.Modify hdd password lib

7.Modify the HDD only run DMA mode 2, modify it to DMA 5 <- what a performance loss, glad they changed that :)

8.MODIFY AZALIA CODEC TABLE.

9.Change VGA share memory to 32M

10.IMPLEMENT ACER PRELOAD INT 15H FUNCTION(38,39,3A,3B,3C)

11.Fix 5787 UUID incorrect

12.Fixed if insert camera device, can't long run reboot and s4

13.CHANGE G72MZ VGA BIOS.

EC BIOS

1. Fan always on when EEPROM wrong default

Add function

1. Support TJ85 CPU

2. Support Adaptor loading protection function

Whatever the cause for the change of the VBIOS was...

No MXM hint in the INF of the original driver :)

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Hello there,

I´ve got a brand new ACER ASPIRE 5652 WLMi feat. CORE DUO T2300, 2GB RAM DDR2, 100GB S-ATA and the new Geforce Go7600 with 128MB. When I run the 3DMark2005 Test, I only reach 2161 point!!! That´s not good for this hardware! A X700 with 128MB with a 750 processor reaches 2600 points! Some Go6600 reach 3000 points!

What´s wrong with my system? I don´t understand it!

Does anyone know, if there are problems with the Go7600???

Greetings from Germany

Khan_Phelan

I have the same problem. I've got a Toshiba Satellite P100, Core Duo T2300, 1GB Ram and GF Go 7600 with 128 Mb. I get ~2100 points in 3dMark05 and ~1300 in 3dMark06 ! :)

I tried it with different versions of drivers, from 83.20 to 92.91. I have VSync off, Performance set to high, no AA or AF. I don't know exactly the clocks of the core and mem because coolbits doesn't work for me - I've read somewhere that Toshiba disabled that from bios (btw, if someone knows how to enable it I'd apreciate it :P ). I installed RivaTuner and it showed 350 for core and 400 for memory, but I'm not sure it detected them correctly. The same RivaTuner also says 64 bit for the Memory bus. Are there 7600s having a 64 bit Memory bus? This could explain the low scores, but I found no specs with this kind of bus... :)

Anyway, if somebody found the cause (or a solution :( ) to the problem posted by Khan_Phelan please let me know.

Thanks

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I have the same problem. I've got a Toshiba Satellite P100, Core Duo T2300, 1GB Ram and GF Go 7600 with 128 Mb. I get ~2100 points in 3dMark05 and ~1300 in 3dMark06 ! :)

I tried it with different versions of drivers, from 83.20 to 92.91. I have VSync off, Performance set to high, no AA or AF. I don't know exactly the clocks of the core and mem because coolbits doesn't work for me - I've read somewhere that Toshiba disabled that from bios (btw, if someone knows how to enable it I'd apreciate it :P ). I installed RivaTuner and it showed 350 for core and 400 for memory, but I'm not sure it detected them correctly. The same RivaTuner also says 64 bit for the Memory bus. Are there 7600s having a 64 bit Memory bus? This could explain the low scores, but I found no specs with this kind of bus... :)

Anyway, if somebody found the cause (or a solution :( ) to the problem posted by Khan_Phelan please let me know.

Thanks

I just finished testing a Go 7600. It has 475 core and 500 mem. 128bit mem bus. About as fast as a vanilla Go 6800

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Some OEMs cripple the go7600 to help with battery life.

I know of Compal HEL80 and probably the HGL30 as well where the VBIOS has lowered the clocks.

Also the lower clocks disguised the the fact that DDR2 RAM was used not DDR3 making a big difference in memory speed.

You need to find out your core and memory clocks as see if the match what Icetea has above which are the normal default that the go7600 is capable of.

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I just finished testing a Go 7600. It has 475 core and 500 mem. 128bit mem bus. About as fast as a vanilla Go 6800

go6800 is a lot better then go7600 ! Ive tried both of them, and i thought go7600 was pretty much slower.

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go6800 is a lot better then go7600 ! Ive tried both of them, and i thought go7600 was pretty much slower.

Read:

Some OEMs cripple the go7600 to help with battery life.

I know of Compal HEL80 and probably the HGL30 as well where the VBIOS has lowered the clocks.

Also the lower clocks disguised the the fact that DDR2 RAM was used not DDR3 making a big difference in memory speed.

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Hello there,

I´ve got a brand new ACER ASPIRE 5652 WLMi feat. CORE DUO T2300, 2GB RAM DDR2, 100GB S-ATA and the new Geforce Go7600 with 128MB. When I run the 3DMark2005 Test, I only reach 2161 point!!! That´s not good for this hardware! A X700 with 128MB with a 750 processor reaches 2600 points! Some Go6600 reach 3000 points!

What´s wrong with my system? I don´t understand it!

Does anyone know, if there are problems with the Go7600???

Greetings from Germany

Khan_Phelan

That score is very low actually, a GeForce 6600GT AGP 4x on a Celeron 2.3GHz w/ 256MB PC2100 DDR memory scored me a grand total of about 3400 3DMarks. a GeForce FX 5200 scores maybe 800. Seeing as how it is 2005, it shouldnt have any problems with dual core but try setting affinity to one of the cores. I wont buy any dual core system except the PD805 for its overclock ability, due to the number of problems with them. the T2300 may be slowing down the video card however, as a video card can only render as fast as the processor can provide data.

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try setting processor affinity to one processor, rather than both

Thanks for the tip, but it didn't help. I set the affinity on the 3dmark05 process but the score didn't increase. I even disabled the second core from bios, the result was the same.

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The 7600 Go has a 128 bits memory bus. It's the 7300 and 7400 that have a 64 bits wide bus.

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