AMD dell M6100 vbios mod 1150/1725

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  1. raalph321

    raalph321 Notebook Enthusiast

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    Welcome,

    My own vbios mod for this card Amd M6100 2gb. This is bios for cards that use DELL vbios.

    Tested on my MSI laptop, so dont know how this will work on other laptops.

    Things I changed:

    Final version

    1. core clock 1120mhz ( before 1150mhz )
    2. memory clock 1650mhz ( before 1725mhz )
    3. TDP 100W
    4. undervolted to 1.1v
    5. some other small fixes that helped to reduce throttling and improve performance.

    Before flashing make backup of your current vbios. I dont take any responsibility if you damage your card. Do some tests before and after flashing. Let us know your results.

    Edit 1: tested this bios 6 months, seems ok. I noticed from time to time small color dots when watching films so I decided to lower memory to 1700mhz.

    Edit 2: always flash gpu bios in DOS not in windows!

    Edit 3: on slower cpu gpu was not stable so this time decided to set also core clock to 1120mhz/1650mhz.
     

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    razor0601 Notebook Consultant

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    Hi, I have a Problem with flashing the m6100 in my Clevo W860CU. Everytime I try it i get an error 0FL01. Adapter Not found. Can somebody help?
     
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    You try this in DOS?
     
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    raalph321 Notebook Enthusiast

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    Updated bios with lower memory clocks. Enjoy :cool:

    Edit: this is last version. I wanted to make max stability for long term use.
     
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    If someone is testing please update to the latest 1120/1650, older versions are not 100% stable on slower cpus...
     
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