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how to make a xpress 200m laptop chipset faster

Discussion in 'Graphics Cards' started by overclocker, Sep 13, 2006.

  1. overclocker

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    Hey guys i can overclock the core to 350 but is there eny other way to make it faster ? i play games like COD2 and it lags sometimes and need it a little bit faster please help.
     
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    please guys i need help
     
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    Patience is a virtue.
    I doubt people will help you if you bump within an hour, they will just find you annoying.


    As for your card, I doubt there is much you can do. If you want more frames/details waste cash on an expensive laptop or use your desktop.
     
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    ok thx ill try wait a little longer lmao i hope some 1 knows some way of making it a bit faster
     
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    o and dos eny 1 know of a good way to control fan speed settings speed fan cant change my fan speed
     
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    patience, my friend.

    there is no fan on the 200/300m that i'm aware of. i've tested atitool on a 300m and it doesn't work.

    basically, you don't overclock those chips. crappy cooling, etc, it'll make your comp blow.
     
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    I agree with the banjo man: If you want more frames/details waste cash on an expensive laptop or use your desktop.
     
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    But my temps are not that bad 58c is wen my fan kicks in and it gets up to 65c on high load on my lap on a desk it stays alot cooler
     
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