Mobile Pascal TDP Tweaker Update and Feedback Thread

Discussion in 'Gaming (Software and Graphics Cards)' started by Coolane, Jun 20, 2017.

  1. kolias

    kolias Notebook Evangelist

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  2. Dialup David

    Dialup David Notebook Consultant

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    Well damn, I was having issues with the modified vBios's and was going to flash back to stock. For whatever reason I can't flash the stock vBios back. Looks like my nand chip has gone bad as when I erase or read from the chip i'm getting erroneous data.
    Does anyone know any compatible parts? Winbond 25Q80EWNIG seems to be the chip in question, although I can't seem it anywhere online. I don't see a datasheet that highlights similar chips that would be compatible either.

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  3. hacktrix2006

    hacktrix2006 Hold My Vodka, I going to kill my GPU

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    Have you checked the cable was seated correctly, near heard of a bios chip going bad after a flash.
     
  4. TheQuentincc

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    hissy Notebook Geek

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    Hullo here
    I've noticed that last version of this utility fully recognises my RTX 2070 Vbios (gpu-z dump), and even offers preset for it.
    So, did anyone actually tried this on live hardware?
    Are we saved?
     
  6. Dialup David

    Dialup David Notebook Consultant

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    ****, that's exactly what happened. I have no idea how I didn't realize I was using a 3.3v programmer on a 1.8v logic chip.
    I probably flashed that thing 20 times too, so if you're in a pickle and only need to do it once apparently that's fine.

    Welp, found some back alley seller on a shady Chinese website website that sells them. Had to pay $30 for shipping, but that's better than buying a $500+ GPU.
    Lesson learned! Luckily I'm more than capable of replacing the chip.
     
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  7. TheQuentincc

    TheQuentincc Notebook Evangelist

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    You don't need an "out of the box" 1.8v programmer, I use a CH341A with an 1.8v module and it work fine :)
    I got the whole thing for less than 10€
     
  8. dzpliu

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    Black screen on clevo systems.
     
  9. hissy

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    That's disappointing. Any ideas why?
     
  10. awsan

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    Does any body know what TDP I should aim for on my 2070 on an MSI GE75 9sf considering the Brick is 280w and will I get higher TDP if I upgrade to a 330w brick?
     
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