CLEVO Drivers Update Utility by OBSIDIAN-PC

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  1. Alfly

    Alfly Notebook Enthusiast

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    Yes, that's better. Thx buddy !

    @john. I will send you an email. Great job!
    Thousands of licence hacked:wideeyed::realmad:.

    PS: No more sound issue, I solved it.
     
    Last edited: Nov 28, 2019
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    Svargod Notebook Enthusiast

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    @John@OBSIDIAN-PC

    Hi,

    I suspect there is a bug in the latest Control Center update. When selecting Turbo Boost Power to 4000, it automatically drops down to 95Watts after clicking apply.

    Doesn't matter if I choose on "Power Mode" screen to force the "Turbo Power Override", it simply keeps falling back to 95 Watts either way.
     
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    Same behaviour here for some reason
     
  4. John@OBSIDIAN-PC

    John@OBSIDIAN-PC Company Representative

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    Probably that is not the MAX value for your BIOS.
    On mine 4000 is the same as unlimited.
    Can you check in XTU what is your max value for unlimited?
     
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    Svargod Notebook Enthusiast

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    Hi John,

    The values were back to default.

    I have re-enabled the Turbo boost etc.

    However the Turbo Boost Power on Control Station refuses to go higher than 511Watts, I suspect there might be something else going there.

    Whenever I make any changes in Intel's XTU it immediately crashes, saying "Service has lost it's connection. Please restart the application for any changes."

    Also could you please verify that the discrepancy in what I have set in Control Station and what it depicts in XTU, in terms of Core Clock multipliers is correct?

    It seems to me that XTU ignores or does not see correctly my preference for Core Clock speeds set.

    https://imgur.com/izheXcI
    [​IMG]
     
  6. John@OBSIDIAN-PC

    John@OBSIDIAN-PC Company Representative

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    Can you please do a Setup Load Defaults first and then try again?
    I´ve seen some cases where that happens and is fixed by loading defaults.
    If XTU is not capable of applying a value that´s really not related to my software at all, my software communicates only one directing telling XTU what values to apply and then it´s done.
    You can also try to re-install Control Station since it fixes some common "missing files" from XTU.
     
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    Soooooo...... how "soon" is "really soon"? Apologies for my impatience, but I've repeatedly contemplated going back to CCC over the past year just to turn off these often-annoying Top Case Logo LEDs, so I'm super stoked at the possibility that I can keep a fully functional Keyboard LED instead (with no black electrical tape required)! Thanks!!
     
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    Svargod Notebook Enthusiast

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    Hey John,

    So I was fiddling around with this.

    Reinstalled the Control Station as well.

    Unfortunately after the last BIOS update it simply refuses to apply the power limit of 4000W no matter what I do.

    Not sure what else to do, should I try reinstalling the Intel's XTU?

    Note: Just to confirm this has started immediately after the BIOS update, it has not happened before.

    EDIT: I have reinstalled two different versions of Intel's XTU, I am still facing the same issue. You mentioned there is an option to change this in BIOS manually, I had a look but couldn't find where to increase the limit. Can you please point me in the right direction? Thanks!

    Here's another brief screenshot:
    https://imgur.com/DJ8CX0d
     
    Last edited: Dec 4, 2019
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  9. anytimer

    anytimer Notebook Virtuoso

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    I seem to be missing a few tabs.

    upd ug.png

    [EDIT] Never mind - exit and restarted the Updater. Tabs came back. They vanished after hibernation.
     
  10. joluke

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    anyone has the same issue?

    Updater randomly vanishes the top part of the toolbar where the minimize button and close are and the title..

    Happens randomly only in Updater
     
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