active point is throttling, passive is FAN start point
edit: dont forget to have the Intel thermal framework driver installed ( from Dell)
thanks man, i send a mail to noctua and making you an abstract, they are gonna send me the small bracket to mount it at 90°
@Mr. Fox i have a question
i am building a gaming desktop
i bought the noctua NH-U12A but it dont have a mounting to put it at 90°. i have to put...
You will never know if you never send him the biosreg.bin
It's not a fan curve, its a..... Modification for Intel thermal framework, to make the fans more responsive. Put a active trip point and a...
they will be like 100 photos :S i am gonna make a video and try to upload it to youtube. too much menus and sub menus
I have a 15r1 with unlocked bios and I can disable that through bios, but why ?
I fixed a lot of things just by few clicks, why those monkeys haven't done that before ? I don't know really. Just to remember the USB...
*all cpu power throttling parameters disabled
*increased cpu multiplier
*edited the IDTF to make the fans more responsiveness
If anyone is interested on request an unlocked BIOS, here is the link of the thread @Papusan @iunlock @Vasudev @VICKYGAMEBOY @Mr. Fox...
lol i am too much excited, that i didn't took photos yet, but let me take for you. there are TOO many options there is insane
@Papusan i managed to OC my RAM and fully removed the power limits of the cpu, also Cstates and undervolted from BIOS too. i dont need...
YES !!!!! I HAVE MY FULL UNLOCKED BIOS TOO !!!!!!!
from this photo i can see that the PCH is going to be active cooled now. also seems like they have fixed the 3 screw desing
yes, i saw the thread and posted my owm BIOSREG.BIN i hope he unlock mine too :/
that is not true, my 15 R1 is bad in a lot of ways, but the battery is really good, 4.5hours in normal use like browsing and that stuff.
talk with dell and send it back, it was a huge investment and a new heatsink desing is for sure
where i said Ray tracing ??? O.o
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