Dell venue 11 Pro i5 overclockED !

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  1. Scale

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    Was curious about this too..
     
  2. Hokum

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    Can anyone tell me if this would work on the 4210Y also?

    Also would turning off Hyperthreading and running as a pure dual improve the SDP overhead on those two cores and the GPU? I disable HT on my main I7 rig at home for overclocking, but I also notice a large difference in thermal output with HT enabled. So if turning it off on the I5 results in a faster dual I'd happily do it.
     
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    All mod variables seems to be the same between A13 and A14. Have only compared them with the A14 IFR file i extracted.
    Haven't applied the patches yet.
     
  4. Hokum

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    Ok, I got my refurb 4210y and I've run the tweaks, I've been able to get from about 5.03 fps in cinebench r15 in the OGL test to 11.30 fps which is a nice improvement. The 5.03 was an improvement also over the 3.93 I had with HT turned on.
     
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    Hokum I have the same model and tried this, but i noticed that if I disable connected standby I lose my wifi card after putting the tablet to sleep.

    Do you have connected standby disabled?
     
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    Hi as i'm running 64bit I didn't think connected standby could be turned on?
     
  7. bwhxeon

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    Can check by checking your registry to confirm?

    Search regedit

    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE/system/currentcontrolset/control then click on the folder that says power

    you don't need to expand it. There will be a registry called csenabled. Right click this item and click modify. If the value is a 1 connected standby is enabled. If its a 0 its disabled.
     
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    64bit can still have connected standby
     
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    Looks awesome!Tell me please where you get this copper sheet?
     
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    Has anyone been able to hard code PL1? Nothing I do works or sticks and it would be nice to just set and forget the power limit in the BIOS itself.
     
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