*** OFFICIAL AORUS X5 V6 OWNERS LOUNGE ***

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  1. Papusan

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    XTU is hooked into bios. And yeah, unstable overclock can corrupt the OS.
     
  2. Shauryya Pratap Mishra

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    Well ****.
    I knew that but didn't want to accept it :/

    I can't overclock or tweak anything on my system anymore
    I don't think I can even update my graphics driver without it screwing the entire OS up.
    Aorus Trash
     
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    Can someone send me their vBIOS for the GPU of the Aorus X5 V6?

    I want to reflash the vbios of the laptop and see if it fixes the issue.

    Any recommendations or suggestions?

    Any warnings?

    @MiSJAH @Papusan @knibbler @Jared_T @Svegetto
     
  4. MiSJAH

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    Sorry bud I don't have mine any longer.
     
  5. Papusan

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    Maybe ask for it in Aorus own official forum web site, ask tech support or check into the driver/software download page for your model. Be sure you'll get the correct vBios for your model. Or wait for answers.
     
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    Would it be alright if I had the vBIOS for a Desktop GTX 1070 from Aorus

    Or if I used the ASUS ones for the mobile GTX 1070 cards?

    Both of these are available on the techpowerup website
     
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    You could ask etc @Falkentyne
    But post your questions there if none pop up here and know what will works.
     
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    Vbios from ANY desktop card is a complete NO-NO. The only way such a thing would even start to work is if you actually soldered on the desktop GPU on the card (Khenglish did this with a 980M->980). And then you have to deal with is the VRM's are even compatible or not.

    I can't help with vbios switching between different laptops.

    And this stuff is tricky especially if different boards use different VRM's. Desktop cards have exploded in the past (or failed to work) by people using vbioses designed for a custom board with a different VRM layout. This isn't quite the same as on laptops (Don't try this on RTX cards unless Prema tells you it's ok) but I can't help nor can I take responsibility either.
     
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