HP Omen 17 2019 RTX 2080 VBios Modding (190W)

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  1. Papusan

    Papusan JOKEBOOKs Sucks! Dont waste your $$$ on FILTHY

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    2080 Max P max out at 2100MHz while 2080 Super can reach 2160MHz. Minor clock speed advantage for the Super card.
     
  2. OneSickOmen17t

    OneSickOmen17t Notebook Consultant

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    I believe the wattages have alot to do with the performance as well. Highest I've seen a 2080 Max-Q was 115w. My super is 150w but i've seen peaks showing 180 when I first got it. Seems to be 165 or so peak now. However I'm assuming if you mod the vbios to say 190w on the MAx-Q it'll work but overheat?
     
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  3. Alexrose1uk

    Alexrose1uk Music, Media, Game

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    At if it's Max Q that will mean a lot. Apologies I had thought we were referring to a 2080 Max P and 2080 Super Max P
     
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    seanwee Notebook Deity

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    My FS and TS graphics score are so close to yours lol
     
  5. werdmonkey4321

    werdmonkey4321 Notebook Consultant

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    I though some of you might get a kick out of this. Here's what a shunt nodded GS66 with the RTX 2070 Super Max-Q looks like. Thanks again to seanwee for all his help with the mod.

    Officially broke 20000+ overall score and 24000+ graphics score in Firestrike. Highest score on the leaderboards for the RTX 2070 Super Max-Q.

    GS66 Stealth

    Specs:
    CPU - i7-10750H (undervolted -215.7mv Core, -107.4 cache)
    GPU - RTX 2070 Super Max-Q shunt modded to 115-125W and overclocked
    Ram - 32gb 2666MHz dual channel (stock)

    Upgrades:
    CPU/GPU - repasted with Thermalright Liquid Metal Silver King
    VRMs/Nand - repasted with K5 pro
    VRMs - 2 extra heatpipes for cooling

    Official Score:
    https://www.3dmark.com/fs/23446724

    Leaderboards:
    https://www.3dmark.com/newsearch#ad...de=false&showInvalidResults=false&freeParams=
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  6. Alexrose1uk

    Alexrose1uk Music, Media, Game

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    That's impressive. You two aren't far off my best with a 150w MaxP, albeit I don't have one of the 180/190/200W vbios versions or Super.

    My 2080 OG is still holding its own though :) I got this machine for a great price too on last years BF sales, £2.1k with 3 year warranty, so considering I'm unmodded and all I've done is a thermal repaste and a bit of UV/OC, I will take that :)

    Does show how power limited the MaxQ chips are though. (Also worries me we won't see any good upgrades in laptops from Ampere as sounds like power is going up!)

    Given my 2080 doesn't get mondo hot either, makes me wish HP gave a bit more power to the 2080 Max P (say 175/180W sustained) on the Omen 17, given the slightly beefier cooling and the improvements noted with the better thermal paste, I'm pretty sure it could take it, given the 8 core CPU is going to lend about as much heat as possible and I'm still under thermal thresholds. Sounds like the VRM is more than capable, as is the 330W power brick.

    You guys are tempting me to try the power modded VBIOS's.

    Edit: Damn now I'm really tempted. Do any of the VBIOS with higher TDPs not break the mini-DP? If they all break the mini-DP I'll stick with stock as the mini-DP is more important to me than pushing a little further when this machine is doing well right now.
     
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  7. Redbeard

    Redbeard Notebook Consultant

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    Yes - I took the plunge and updated to F.32. I am still able to undervolt my 9880H using TS and XTU.
     
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  8. werdmonkey4321

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    I now have the highest Time Spy graphics and overall score in the world for the RTX 2070 Super Max-Q. There is still a lot of room left to overclock the card, but I think I can just leave it here now that I have the highest score worldwide for both Fire Strike and Time Spy. I'll leave a little bit of room to play around with later on when I get the overclocking itch.

    GS66 Stealth

    Specs:
    CPU - i7-10750H (undervolted -215.7mv Core, -107.4 cache)
    GPU - RTX 2070 Super Max-Q shunt modded to 115-125W and overclocked
    Ram - 32gb 2666MHz dual channel (stock)

    Upgrades:
    CPU/GPU - repasted with Thermalright Liquid Metal Silver King
    VRMs/Nand - repasted with K5 pro
    VRMs - 2 extra heatpipes for cooling

    Official Score:
    https://www.3dmark.com/spy/13807293

    Leaderboards:
    https://www.3dmark.com/newsearch#advanced?test=spy P&cpuId=&gpuId=1325&gpuCount=0&deviceType=ALL&memoryChannels=0&country=&scoreType=overallScore&hofMode=false&showInvalidResults=false&freeParams= Capture3.PNG
     
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  9. neit_jnf

    neit_jnf Notebook Enthusiast

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    Guys NVIDIA 452.22 hotfix is out and the USB-C Display finally works!! Tested it with Rift S using a USB-C ThunderBolt to DisplayPort adapter.
     
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  10. Feuertanz

    Feuertanz Newbie

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    Hi,

    won´t work for me using a monitor with USB to DVI cable. Can you post some infos about your adapter, pls?
     
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