AMD FirePro M6100 overclocking vBIOS mod (+ 8***M and R9 M*** series)

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  1. valuxin

    valuxin Notebook Evangelist

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    FirePro W6170M have the same board design and specs as Dell's M6100. It would be great to have a look on its bios. If anyone know someone with HP W6170M/M6100 - pls, ask them to share the vBIOS.

    UPD: submitted more MM ver.1 images with various memory clock. So from now, every one have a choice how high their memory clock should be: 1375, 1425, 1500 or 1650.
     
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  2. valuxin

    valuxin Notebook Evangelist

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    New version of Mystery Magic is ready - meet ver.2:

    Changes:
    --- Fan and TDP adjustments
    --- Stable 1188mhz core clock

    P.S. Using and testing with heavy gaming for several days 1188@1500 variant - no problems ever noticed.
     
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    darkydark Notebook Evangelist

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    New gpu is here, sticker on it said rev: a02
    Gpuz 8.4 cant read its bios and some information is missing.

    On the good side clocks are stabile at 1040ish during 2h heaven 4.0 loop.

    Asic at 79.9%
     
  4. valuxin

    valuxin Notebook Evangelist

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    Hm... Quite interesting :3 May be you could try to backup vBIOS with atiflash utility? And be sure, that you have power saving off.

    P.S. Waiting for my replacement too. Broke the mobo+gpu when was trying to unlock all 896 SP hahaha:D
     
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    No dice even with ATI flash in both pure dos and via cmd.
     
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    triturbo Long live 16:10 and MXM-B

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    I guess only programmer and de-soldering can help.
     
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    valuxin Notebook Evangelist

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    Ok, I'll have a look at this mystic graphic board when get my replacement.
     
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    Up and running yet Valuxin? Waiting for mystery magic 3
     
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    valuxin Notebook Evangelist

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    Not yet... I have no Dell warranty service in my country, so I need more time to fix my Dell. As for now, I'm on a ****ty old laptop and going to continue the work when get the replacement from Dell. ;)

    P.S. Before my laptop broken, I've made v3, but don't sure if it can cause hardware problems. That's why I didn't released it yet...
     
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    vwrafi Notebook Consultant

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    Hello.

    I have got Dell M6600 with M6100. Am looking forward to see if you unlock all 896 SP. Great work so far, thank you.
     
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