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PostPosted: Fri Jul 20, 2012 1:16 pm 
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Here is a start. Still sorting it out. I will have to get a little help on the Mk's of the newer models as I don't have a breakdown of them yet. Some models like 31 are offered in dedicated and non-dedicated graphics. Everything isn't listed yet. (Got most of it in, got to look up the Mk's and letter code for 52, 53, 31 series, update 30 and 19 info to include all the marks and look up what video cards the newer models have in them)


CF-48M/N (Mk1) -- ATI RAGE Mobility-M1

CF-48P/R (Mk2) -- ATI RAGE Mobility-M1

CF-48S/U (Mk3) -- ATI Mobility Radeon

CF-48V/X (Mk4) -- ATI 7500

CF-48E/F (Mk5) -- ATI 9000

CF-48G/H (Mk6) -- ATI 9000


CF-50W/Y (Mk1) -- ATI 7500, 32MB or 64MB VRAM

CF-50A/B/X (Mk2) -- ATI 7500, 32MB or 64MB VRAM

CF-50D/E/F/G/H (Mk3) -- ATI 9000, 32MB or 64MB VRAM

CF-50L/M (Mk4) -- ATI 9600, 64MB VRAM

CF-50J/K (Mk5) -- ATI 9000, 64MB VRAM


CF-51xxxxA/H/Qxx (Mk1) – ATI 9600 (confirmed)(may be some with only intergraded graphics)

CF-51xxxxC/K/xx (Mk2) -- ATI X300, 64/128MB

CF-51xxxxE/Mxx (Mk3) -- ATI X1300,64/128MB/256MB


CF-72N (Mk1) -- ATI Rage Mobility M1, 8MB

CF-72Q (Mk 2) -- ATI Rage Mobility AGP 2X, 8MB

CF-72T (Mk 3) -- ATI Radeon Mobility M6 LY AGP, 16MB

CF-72V (Mk 4) -- ATI 7500, 32MB

CF-72X (Mk 5) -- ATI 7500, 32MB


CF-73E/F (Mk1) -- ATI 7500, 32MB or 64MB ALL CF-73 HAVE REMOVABLE GRAPHICS CARDS, DON'T KNOW IF THEY WILL SWAP PER MODEL THOUGH?

CF-73J/K (Mk2) -- ATI 7500, 64MB

CF-73N/Q (Mk3) -- ATI 9000, 64MB


Cf-52A (MK1) 512mb hd2300 ati

CF-52 MK2 - ati 3650

CF-52 MK3 - ati 5650

CF-52 Mk4 ATI 6750

CF-52 Mk5 ATI 7750


CF-31 Mk1 ATI 5650M (i5-540m 2.53Ghz model only)

CF-31 Mk2 ATI 6750M (i5-2540m 2.6GHZ model)(switchable Intel QM67 with 1428MB shared)

CF-31 Mk3 ATI 7750M (i5 model)

CF-31 Mk3 ATI 7750M (i7 model)

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PostPosted: Mon Jul 23, 2012 8:56 am 
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I've made this a sticky! THANKS! :)

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PostPosted: Thu Jul 26, 2012 5:33 am 
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Here are the non dedicated cards. (WORK IN PROGRESS) (Got to add CF-52, 53, 30, 31, 19 info for the non dedicated models)

CF-18B/C (Mk1) -- Intel 855GM up to 64MB

CF-18D/E (Mk2) -- Intel 855GM up to 64MB

CF-18F/G/H (Mk3) -- Intel 855GM up to 64MB

CF-18K/L (Mk4) -- Intel 915GMS up to 128MB

CF-18N/P (Mk5) -- Intel 915GMS up to 128MB

CF-19C/D/E (Mk1) - Intel 945GM up to 128MB

CF-19 F/G/H (MK2) -- Intel GM965 UMA (384MB MAX) and (F) Intel GMA X3100 (385MB Max) (found two different models in the Mk2's)

CF-19 K (Mk3) Intel GMA 4500MHD (UMA 797MB Max(with 2GB ram) UMA 1551MB Max (with 4GB ram)

CF-19 (Mk4) Intel GMA 4500MHD

CF-19 (Mk5) Intel GMA 4500MHD and Intel HD Graphics 3000


CF-28M (Mk1) -- Silicon Motion 710 - 4MB VRAM

CF-28P (Mk2) -- Intel 830M up to 32MB

CF-28S (Mk3) -- Intel 830MG up to 32MB


CF-29C/D -- Intel 855GM up to 64MB

CF-29E/F -- Intel 855GME up to 64MB

CF-29H/J -- Intel 855GME to 64MB

CF-29L/M -- Intel 915 GMS up to 128MB

CF-29N/P -- Intel 915 GMS up to 128MB

CF-30C/D (Mk1) Intel 945GM up to 128MB

CF-30 (Mk2) Intel GM965 UMA (384MB MAX), Intel GMA X3100 (385MB Max) and Intel GMA 4500MHD (UMA 797MB Max(with 2GB ram) UMA 1551MB Max (with 4GB ram) (4500 ????? not sure seen some references but thing they are Mk3 only, still researching.

CF-30 (Mk3) Intel GMA 4500MHD (UMA 797MB Max(with 2GB ram) UMA 1551MB Max (with 4GB ram)


CF-51xxxxB/J/Rxx (Mk1LL) 855GME 32-bit 3D/2D Gfx, up to 250MHz

CF-51xxxxD/Lxx (Mk2LL) Intel 915 GMS

CF-51xxxxF/Nxx (Mk3LL) Intel GMA 950


CF-52C/D (Mk1 Low End) Intel GMA x3100 up to 128MB/384MB WXGA

CF-73S/T/U (Mk4) Intel 915GM up to 128MB CF-73 Mk1,2,3 (confirmed) HAVE REMOVABLE GRAPHICS CARDS, DON'T KNOW IF THEY WILL SWAP PER MODEL THOUGH?

CF-73X/Y (Mk5) Intel 915GM, up to 128MB


CF-74C/D (Mk1) Intel 945GM up to 128MB DVMT VRAM

CF-74E/F (Mk2) Intel 945GM up to 128MB DVMT VRAM

CF-74G/H (Mk3) Intel 945GM up to 384MB DVMT VRAM

CF-74 (Mk4) Intel GMA 4500MHD 285MB to 1423MB (depending on total system memory and using xp or vista)


CF-W2A (Mk1) -- 855GM UMA up to 64 MB

CF-W2D (Mk4) -- 855GM UMA up to 64 MB

CF-W2F (Mk6) -- 855GM UMA up to 64 MB

CF-W4G (Mk1) -- Intel 915GMS - UMA up to 128MB

CF-W4H (Mk2) -- Intel 915GMS - UMA up to 128MB


CF-W5L (Mk2) - Intel 945GMS UMA up to 224MB

CF-W5M (Mk3) - Intel 945GMS UMA up to 224MB


CF-W7B (Mk1) Mobile Intel GMA x3100 with up to 384MB DVMT 4.0 VRAM

CF-T2A (Mk1) -- Intel 855 Unified Memory Access (UMA) up to 64MB

CF-T2D (Mk4) -- Intel 855 UMA up to 64MB

CF-T2F (Mk6) -- Intel 855 UMA up to 64MB


CF-T4G - (Mk1) -- Intel 915GMS ,UMA


CF-T4H - (Mk2) -- Intel 915GMS UMA up to 224 MB


CF-T5L (Mk2) -- Intel 945 GMS Unified Memory Access (UMA) up to 128MB

CF-T5M (Mk3) -- Intel 945 GMS Unified Memory Access (UMA) up to 224MB


CF-Y2D (Mk2) -- Intel 855 - Unified Memory Access (UMA) up to 64MB

CF-Y2E (Mk3) -- Intel 855 - UMA up to 64MB

CF-Y2F (Mk4) -- Intel 855 - UMA up to 64MB


CF-Y4G (Mk1) -- Intel 915GMS DVMT VRAM up to 128MB

CF-Y4H (Mk2) -- Intel 915GMS DVMT VRAM up to 128MB

CF-Y4J (Mk3) -- Intel 915GMS DVMT VRAM up to 128MB

CF-Y5L (Mk2) - Intel® 945 GMS - Unified Memory Access (UMA) up to 224MB

CF-Y7B (Mk1) -- Mobile Intel GMA x3100 with up to 384MB DVMT 4.0 VRAM

CF-M34T (Mk1) 2.5 MB NeoMagic 256AV

CF-M34J (Mk2) 4 MB Silicon Motion SM710 LynxEM

CF-M34N (Mk3) 4 MB Lynx EM+

CF-M34R (Mk4) Intel UMA (48 MB Max.)

CF-M34U (Mk5) Intel UMA (48 MB Max.)

CF-M34V (Mk6) Intel UMA (48 MB Max.)

CF-M34C/D (Mk7) Intel 64 MB 855GMUMA


CF-31 MK1 (i3-350m 2.26GHZ model)

CF-31 MK1 (i5-520m 2.4GHZ model)

CF-31 MK2 (i3-2310m 2.1GHZ model, Intel HM67 with 1428MB shared)

CF-31 MK2 (i5-2520m 2.5GHZ model, Intel QM67 with 1428MB shared)

CF-31 MK3 (i3?)

CF-31 MK3 (i5)

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PostPosted: Thu Jul 26, 2012 9:36 am 
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Man alive you're good! Keep it up! :)

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PostPosted: Thu Jul 26, 2012 11:21 am 
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I am thinking this time home I may do a combined thread for the W,T and Y series for the 2,4,and 5 with in those series. Good overlooked models in my opinion. I have got rid of my W2 and T2 models but only because they were replaced with dual core W5 and T5's. Only real bitch I have about this series is they still use IDE harddrive.

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My CF-M34W (Celeron 400Mhz) has an Lynx EM+ 712 4MB video chip (not 710). this 712 also has the FOG abbility.


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PostPosted: Mon Sep 22, 2014 1:38 pm 
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whats the difference between dedicated vs non-dedicated? whats better?

Thanks for the work you put into this..

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PostPosted: Mon Sep 22, 2014 4:36 pm 
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Non-dedicated means that it has, usually, an Intel graphics chip - run of the mill.
Dedicated means the system has a video sub-system, usually using an ATI or Nvidea graphics chip.
Non-dedicated gives better battery life by you cannot run graphics intensive programs.
Dedicated gives worse battery life, but you can do 3D AutoCad, high end Photoshop, etc.
Which is better depends on what you use the laptop for.
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Also you put more strain on the main CPU if you run integrated graphics because then the CPU has to do the job for CPU and GPU. Even if you don't use a dedicated gpu for your applicatons it can help you out some.

A good example would be me messing around with Skyrim. On my Alienware M11x 1.3 core 2 duo, 4gb ram, Dedicated 335M GT. It plays the game fine. On my Mk3 CF-19 with 1.2 core 2 duo, 4gb ram, same chipset as the M11x. When you have a big battle it looks like a slide show.

Also it has it's own ram. It doesn't have to share any of the system ram.

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ADOR wrote:
Also you put more strain on the main CPU if you run integrated graphics because then the CPU has to do the job for CPU and GPU. Even if you don't use a dedicated gpu for your applicatons it can help you out some.

A good example would be me messing around with Skyrim. On my Alienware M11x 1.3 core 2 duo, 4gb ram, Dedicated 335M GT. It plays the game fine. On my Mk3 CF-19 with 1.2 core 2 duo, 4gb ram, same chipset as the M11x. When you have a big battle it looks like a slide show.

Also it has it's own ram. It doesn't have to share any of the system ram.


OK cool. So has anyone been able to mod a non-integrated into a CF-30 for instance? This is interesting, thanks for the reply

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