Does anyone have the vbios of Eluktronics MAX 2060? 115w TDP?

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  1. Casowen

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    Interesting read with regards to injecting low level firmware code to increase watt usage. Is there any particular method of this that can be applied to other laptops? I always heard thats where you need a bios programmer and hence the famous pascal TDP tweaker here.
     
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    The exception could be caused by device ID mismatch, perhaps? The old one is 1F11 while the 115W is 1F15.
     
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    any update on this thread? same boat with u all on my ge75 8se, got 90w working but not 115w, even the modded nvflash doesnt work
     
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  7. Jimbo Mahoney

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    OK, looks like you're using the same MSI vBIOS as from that link.

    The issue you guys are having trying to use it is the cards are 1F11, which is the older 2060 mobile.

    The newer models have ID 1F15, which is the refreshed version.

    I suspect that my laptop, when it arrives, will be the refreshed 1F15 variant, but I suspect it will be 80W out of the box...
     
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    Flash with 115W MSI BIOS worked.
     
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    on 1F11? if so teach us master
     
  10. Jimbo Mahoney

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    No, sorry - 1F15.
     
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