CLEVO D900T NVIDIA 7800GTX MODULE DRIVER DETAILS:
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CLEVO D900T NVIDIA 7800GTX MODULE DRIVER
Using a Clevo D900T nVIDIA 7800GTX module fine sandpaper, 3M grain sandpaper, I polished not grinded the heat sink surface down to a smooth surface. I applied silver-based thermal compound and reassembled the parts. Further examination of the video card cool, shows LOTS of thermal pads, I'm not so comfortable with that. I think I'll go back in and replace the pads with copper shims and silver-based thermal compound The nVidia Geforce Go Ultra in the Alienware Aurora m doesn't have a temperature probe so I can't monitor the temperature as I use the machine.
I can only "feel" it by putting my hand next to the ventilation and gauging the temperature of the core by how hot the air is around it. My plan is to get a nVidia Geforce Go Just for kicks since I was replacing thermal compound, I deced to replace the thermal compound of the processor too.
The feel fo the CPU copper plate on heat sink was very smooth, but I could see ridges in the metal. It definitely felt like there was a coating on the heat sink.
The CPU in general never gets too hot, so I didn't worry about it. Generally speaking the CPU side of things stays cool. After starting up the system, I ran the nVidia system stability test for about 30 minutes and the system was just fine.
The video card did get hot. I played a game on it and although the video card did get hot, I could hear the fan speed up and slow down indicating the core temperature was being regulated properly.
Although, it would make me feel orders of magnitude better if there were a temperature monitor Clevo D900T nVIDIA 7800GTX module could watch. The original Windows XP installation was freezing on me every so often so being an upgrade push over, I installed Windows 7 on it.
See a different post for installing Windows 7 on the Alienware Aurora m Also, I have it permanently sitting on a cooling pad. It's a bit small for the size but it does the job. I have it sitting on an old Evercool 4 fan cooling pad. Update Bad news, one day while Clevo D900T nVIDIA 7800GTX module was using the Alienware Aurora m, computer froze and when I rebooted it went into a reboot cycle and now the screen stays black. I guess that means the video card is done for. In addition, I've purchased some copper shims for the nVidia card so that I can replace all the thermal pads on the heat sink.
I'll report back once I get the parts and put it all together. I'm hoping that the nVidia Geforce Go GTX actually has a temperature monitor so that I can keep an eye on it while I'm using it to get a better idea of the heat profile. It's always good to Clevo D900T nVIDIA 7800GTX module a spare, or I can always resell it. I've been reading up on some people throwing their video cards into the oven to do a DIY reflow service on it, but that's got me very nervous, so I'm not going to try that. Also the Alienware Aurora m video card has plastic connectors on the bottom of it and few wires on the board, so it's a definite, NO for me. If you're interested in the topic of the DYI oven reflow service, you can find the discussion thread here on overclockers. Its almost the same as the much famed dell xps2, but comes cheaper, is a bit slimer, looks better in my oppinion, and its definitely going to have a better lcd than dell.
Pentium m will give you better battery life, and as already mentioned, it can compete with most p4 at high clock speeds as well as even 64bit amds.
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You can also checkit has a x and can fit two batteries, but for some weird reason its only available in WSXGA, is also cheaper than Help, I have an Area51M DT laptop and need a new video card that fits this unit/motherboard. I had an NVIDIA G70 GTX with MB module.
the Alienware AreaM which is virtually the Clevo DT. EUROCOM DT Phantom; inch; Widescreen; WSXGA+ by pixels; MB GDDR3; Nvidia GeForce Go GTX; 16x PCIe; Modular VGA.