MSI GT73VR BIOS: unlock, mod, factory restore, clear CMOS and prevent common issues

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  1. esteban1985

    esteban1985 Notebook Enthusiast

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    kidding?, i need to able the VDD of the RAM and i need to mod the bios for that
     
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    vdd is fully locked .,in EC think exist similar limit for SA domain
    this not help ,.,.,.only lost stability --faster shutdown in heavy load

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    how much do you want ram speed ??
    for 7820hk -- real 2800mhz max
    or 2933 - my limit for OEM dual channel 16gb 2x "normal ram"
     
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    i got already 3100mhz with only 1200mV, if i can program de mod bios i will setup to 1350mV to reach 3600mhz, i wanna run like hell
     

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    this look good .,,.but CPU / ram --better only in benchmark .,but real cpu memory bandwidth --2800 mem

    better way .,,.try MSI forum @Svet --for unlock XMP --1.35V from this create custom OC ?
    but any raising for ram -- less space for OC on CPU

    edit 100w / 1.265V high current is max for 7820Hk
    AVX 2 --best stress for this

    112A -max

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    http://forum.notebookreview.com/threads/need-help-overclocking-the-msi-gt75vr-7rf.831641/
    this is similar for all 7820HK and ram SA autotune is my bench
    18-20-20-45 ,.,.2800 long time stable
     
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    im not any interested in make OC to the CPU, is better to keep the normal frecuencies for a longer life, Ram is different, i wanna reach 3.600mhz but this FAQ dons't works i think i will do it by hardware, i can't see the variables on the RU, this is a FAKE guide men, this memory is great i think, 3100mhz only with 1200mV, when i brake the voltage barrier this will run like hell
     

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    try XTU bench ,.,.3100 mem --record ?
    1590 points is first place on HWBOOT :D
     
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    i think all this MOD for bios is crazy risk ,.,,.and zero potential :)
    3100mhz look nice ,,.but stock cpu no need this
     
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    i really tell you that 3.100mhz is just the begining of the party, this **** will reach 3.600mhz or even more, i will burn this memories, the originals was 2400mhz 32gb
     
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    look what a Fuel have bought for my laptop GT73 7RF
     

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    its good .,.,but on MSI exist SHUTDOWN LIMIT
    SA domain for this need 1.30V ? --faster shutdown for you // zero potential ,.,.uncore must be raised // +3 must be core

    ,,.,. or try @Svet on MSI forum for mod
    enable --XMP ,.,..,your modules have XMP
    my is oem 2400mem :D
     
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