[GUIDE] - Blind-Flashing AMD 7970M modded vBIOS for Clevo P1xxHM Laptops

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  1. apollonx

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    How vbios is changing? Who wrote vbios to hd7970? Help
     
  3. jaybee83

    jaybee83 Biotech-Doc

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    well, thats the thing, no one here did the modding, we just used an already modded vBIOS off a card that was purchased at a retailer. not sure if vbios-cracks like svl7 or prema could help out there...
     
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    @jaybee83, Thank you very much for your concern.
     
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    guys today i installed my 7970m and flash the modded bios in this page but the stock voltage is 0.98..how is that possible to be so low?thx!!
     
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    Hey guys, I have a p150em and I flashed a bad VBIOS on my 680m but I have a friend with a p150hm that I could use to flash my card possibly. The only hang up I can think of is that he has a 6990m and I have a 680M. With that cause any problems? And also is there an auto exec file that I can use or should I just use the manual commands?

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    with the p150HM it doesnt matter if u got an AMD or Nvidia gpu installed, its all the same revision/mobo :)

    u could easily come up with an autoexec.bat urself. just create a .txt file with all the appropriate commands in it and convert it to a .bat file with the name "autoexec"

    done ;)
     
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    I got a P150HM with an old 6970. Soon I will upgrade with 7970, and i guess it will worth.
    Thanks for your very useful guide, i'm curious to compare it with the great GTX680m. I'll let you know.
     
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    680M is great for modders who want to take things to the extreme, the 7970M is a great bang for the buck card, especially in dedicated card only setups.
     
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    Well. I got the card and i installed following the guide.
    Everything went perfect with the blind flashing, modding the bios at 1.075v and overclocking till 1050/1450 and the result are amazing.
    The only bothering thing I experience is that when I overclock from the stock 850/1200 to even 900/1200, the screen starts flickering while i move the mouse around the screen. But if I run a 3D application, it fixes and i can play steady. Is there any problem maybe from the sync from 2D to 3D applications? Anyone had the same problem and knows how to fix it?.
     
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