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 Post subject: RMclock alternative?
PostPosted: Wed Aug 04, 2010 12:32 pm 
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I used this:
http://www.flipfire.net/download/rtcore64.zip

to get RMclock's signed x64 driver to run in windows 7. Unfourtunately I don't think it supports Core i3 Cpus.

I need something to do the "RUN HLT COMMAND" so my stupid laptop stops whining!!!!

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RMClock unfortunately hasn't been updated in a LONG time. It was an awesome tool at it's time with nice graphs and stuff. The Core iX CPUs have a much more advanced clocking/voltage system and seem to run about as cool as possible out of the box at idle at least. I tried undervolting my Core i3 530 from the BIOS and it wouldn't budge at idle. Cut some load power off but that's it. So even if RMClock did work, I don't think it would help much.


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PostPosted: Wed Aug 04, 2010 3:51 pm 
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the main issue is is that I need to use the old trick to eliminate motherboard coil whine on a i3 laptop. the RUN HLT command trick.

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cloneman talks about this i guess :
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NSKqlttAp-4

The solution was either to soften up the CPU frequency switching, as these sounds are product of CPU switching frequency/voltage via C1E/EIST. Of course one solution is to turn C1E/EIST off, but that is not a good idea in case of laptop.
That is the reason for RMclock, where using some settings killed or minimized these sounds. In my case, these settings helped :
http://media.photobucket.com/image/lapt ... nefix2.png

But as cloneman said, RMclock is a problem in his case.


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PostPosted: Fri Aug 06, 2010 3:54 am 
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Hi Cloneman,

You are not alone in your pursuit on a solution for whining capacitors on systems not supported by RMCLOCK!

I've been searing for days and I'll let you know if I find a utility or alternative solution.

Please keep posting if you get any new leads / clues :-)

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PostPosted: Mon Aug 09, 2010 1:14 am 
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Here's some "whinecandy" for you :D
Gateway ID49c (futureshop)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3QdC9eDnMfk&fmt=35

Pending return/exchange.

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Well I've found a temporary solution to the whine-noise.

Simply play a random sound on repeat in Windows Media Player (Could be a silent MP3).

It completely silents the coil whining and only puts minimal stress on the CPU :-)


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PostPosted: Mon Aug 09, 2010 9:56 am 
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NoNoise wrote:
Well I've found a temporary solution to the whine-noise.

Simply play a random sound on repeat in Windows Media Player (Could be a silent MP3).

It completely silents the coil whining and only puts minimal stress on the CPU :-)


thanks.... doesn't work for me though.

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