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Asus k50id x1 | Cpu & Gpu tweaks

CPU Tweaks:
If you don't want to use RM Clock just change your power options to high performance and check with Cpu z that your cpu is at 2200 mhz.

Get Fraps here to watch your frame rate and compare results & benchmarks before & after.
  • 1. Download RM Clock click here
  • 2. Set RM Clock to run your cpu at max 2200mhz all the time.
  • 3. See the help file for the how to guide.
  • 4. If you can't seem to run it or its not starting up download this driver signer
Run dseo13b.exe program
click "enable test mode". This allows 64 bit Windows 7 to be used for testing drivers
I rebooted to be safe, and you will see a faint test mode print in the corner
Run dseo13b.exe program again
This time select "sign a system file" and put in the location of the file RTCore64.sys found in the program folder.
You have now assigned a signature to that file
Reboot - your RM Clock software should now work smoothly.

Cpu Speed Boost tip: After you load any game hold alt key down & press tab to switch to desktop - right click on the taskbar - click task manager - go to processes find game.exe right click / Set priority / change to above normal. - Now switch back to the game with alt tab keys and notice the speed up... setting the priority to high might cause an app crash but try it

Nvidia 320m GPU Tweaks:
  • 5. Download and Install the latest version of Directx click here
  • 6. Download and Install the 257.21 nvdia driver here from Nvidia click here
  • 7. Right click on your desktop go to Nvidia Control Panel / Manage 3d settings
Ambient Occlusion - Off
Anisotropic Filtering - Off
Antialiasing Gamma Correction - Off
Antialiasing Mode - Application controlled
Antialiasing Transparency - Off
Cuda GPU's - All
Extension Limit - Off
Max pre rendered frames - 3
Multi-display/mixed-gpu acc - Single display performance mode
Power management - Maximum Performance for highest framerates - Temps are still cool. Remember to set back to adaptive when not gaming.
Texture filtering negative lod bias - Allow
Texture filtering quality - high performance (Quality mode doesn't really drop framerate)
Threaded optimization - Auto
Triple buffering - Off
Vertical Sync - Force Off
  • 8. Download CPU - Z click here for checking system Cpu speed etc.
  • 9. Download GPU - Z click here for graphics card monitoring, temps etc.
  • 10. Download GPU - Tool click here for Overclocking graphics card.
* You can also try NV Tray - Download click here and in the Direct3d and Opengl settings change from medium setting to low setting.

Turning your humble GT320m into a Raging GT360m:
  • 11. Open the Gpu tool / Set GPU Clock to 500 / Set memory clocks to 790 / Shader Clock to 1100 and click save in Quick clocks 1.
  • Quick clocks 2 / Set GPU Clock to 545 / Set memory clocks to 820 / Shader Clock to 1225 and click save in Quick clocks 2.
  • Quick clocks 3 / Set GPU Clock to 580 / Set memory clocks to 820 / Shader Clock to 1375 and click save in Quick clocks 3.
I run mines at 580/820/1405 ( most of the time ) to a max of 620/820/1420 ( rarely )

The last setting is the same speed as the Geforce GT360m found in more expensive laptops.
Temps remain the same even at this high speed basically the Gt320m is a down clocked 360m with half the shaders

When you need that extra speed just load the setting you want and lower it when not playing any games or just change from max performance in the Nvidia Control panel to adaptive.