Clevo BIOS Thread

Discussion in 'Sager and Clevo' started by Blacky, Sep 11, 2009.

  1. Al_Jourgensen

    Al_Jourgensen Notebook Consultant

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    Hey Fox yes back again!!! finally after a break from PC gaming.. Picked up a Clevo finally and loving it.. Going for a p870 next for sure!!! All is great over in AUS!! Hope you keeping well Mate!
     
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    Prema Your Freedom, Your Choice

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    If there is any time left after covering the P-Series models... :rolleyes:
     
  4. LightningPL

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    Hi Prema,
    Does it mean that you work on Premamod for P650RS model ? I sent you PM about it :) Latest available BIOS 1.05.07 it's not working properly but I guess you know it already, from other thread.
    Thank you in advance for reply :)
     
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    Is there a bios/ec for the P870DM2-G with a working negative voltage offset as I'm getting sick of the overheat/throttle monster I've got. Throttlestop works for undervolting but crashes a lot for some reason (regardless of the undervolt level) setting it at bios level would solve the problem once and for all

    Machine specs in sig
     
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  6. Prema

    Prema Your Freedom, Your Choice

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    BIOS voltage control (up & down) is something I had to fix for the premamod...Clevo tried to lock it to 100mV-...
    So on stock BIOS if you set anything in TS it will add to that minus 100mV, hence probably dropping too low to be stable.
     
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  7. aziraphaleUK

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    When TS works its fine with -140mV, can 100% load the cpu all day with no issue.

    When TS crashes it does 1 of 3 things :-

    1. Crashes but leaves TS setting (as if still running)

    2. Crashes but resets settings to stock levels (Resulting in near instant overheat/throttling)

    3. Crashes locks the entire machine.
     
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  8. sm2596

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    Hey everyone, I originally posted this in the P650RE thread, but it's probably more suited for here:

    I have a query with regards to modding the P650RE's BIOS - I found this thread http://voltground.com/haven/threads/102/
    which details a relatively simple way of opening up additional options in the BIOS - I've followed the steps (using a newer version of AFUWIN) to dump the BIOS, and (so I believe) have successfully enabled hidden options in the dump using AMIBCP.

    Here's the kick - This seems way too easy, so I'm rather hesitant to actually write the new BIOS, especially since I can't find other references to people using this method on Clevos, despite the BIOS being the same skeleton (Aptio V). Are there any glaring issues with continuing down this path that I'm missing? The more reading I do the more confusing it gets with vague answers.

    If it really is as simple as it sounds, would flashing with AFUWIN be fine or should FPT be used instead?
    Thanks :)
     
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    Not something I would want to try. Most likely instant brick
     
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  10. Gamos

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    Hello, help me please.

    I tried to unlock v2 bios for P170EM (P170EM_17_12_PM_v2) by AMIBCP. I made this:
    [​IMG]

    then
    [​IMG]

    and after flashing, I didn't find second paragraph "Main".
    How to unlock Access Level? I really need to get access to memory frequency & timings, cpu cores ratio and tdp limits.

    With MSI GT60 i only made this:
    [​IMG]
    and I've got access to everything
     
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