CLEVO Drivers Update Utility by OBSIDIAN-PC

Discussion in 'Sager and Clevo' started by Ultra Male, Feb 13, 2017.

  1. Matthew Gary

    Matthew Gary Notebook Consultant

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    John,

    Is the obsidian bios spectre secured?


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  2. philstopford

    philstopford Notebook Guru

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    Just to report, the offered fingerprint reader driver update did not appear to be compatible with my P750-DM2G. I had to roll the driver back to recover the ability to use it.
     
  3. John@OBSIDIAN-PC

    John@OBSIDIAN-PC Company Representative

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    Yes it is.


    I´m on it. Going to test it and report back.
     
  4. ryannguyen69

    ryannguyen69 Notebook Guru

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    Hi John,
    Do you have any plan for N950TP6 support?
     
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  5. AndiiiHD

    AndiiiHD Notebook Consultant

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    i am also in this boat! btw. great clevo machine !!
     
  6. NierALaptop

    NierALaptop Notebook Enthusiast

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    Hi John,

    Do you guys support PA71ES-G? You guys sell the laptop, but when I looked at the supported models list I didn't find it.
     
  7. Lynx2017

    Lynx2017 Notebook Evangelist

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    Hi John, there is something in my Obsidian BIOS called VT-D? What is this, I decided to disable it and nothing has changed performance wise, so I guess I will leave it off.
     
  8. senso

    senso Notebook Evangelist

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    VT-D on Google easily answers that.

    VT-d" stands for "Intel Virtualization Technology for Directed I/O". The relationship between VT and VT-d is that the former is an "umbrella" term referring to all Intel virtualization technologies and the latter is a particular solution within a suite of solutions under this umbrella

    Its used for virtualization, if you use VM's, you want that on, if you dont, I would still leave it on, because it doesn't(or shouldn't) impact system performance or temperatures.
     
  9. Fhuntrup

    Fhuntrup Notebook Enthusiast

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    That's what I'm wondering as well. I bought mine from a dutch reseller, and have the following specs:
    - i5-8400
    - 16gb DDR4-2666 Fury x ram
    - 250gb Samsung Evo 970 ssd
    - GTX 1060
    - Intel AC-9260 wifi chip
     
  10. John@OBSIDIAN-PC

    John@OBSIDIAN-PC Company Representative

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    We will add support for it tomorrow, at least that´s the schedule. :D
     
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