Official Coffee Lake Refresh Thread/BIOS for ALL Clevo Laptops - RTX CARDS NOW SUPPORTED

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  1. dsanke

    dsanke Notebook Geek

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    I can confiem the BIOS for N95xKP & N95xTP ver 1.07.08/1.07.09 can not support 9900K. 9600K and 9700K are working fine . Waiting for Clevo release new version.

    Edit: New Version 1.07.10 Updated. I already sent to @DaMafiaGamer .

    Edit again: Seems the 1.07.10 can not support 9900K too.
     
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  2. joluke

    joluke Notebook Deity

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    Anyone with a P775DM3-G that has a 9900k? How does it behave? Temps wise how is it?

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  3. jaybee83

    jaybee83 Biotech-Doc

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    depends on thermal paste, thermal pads, ambient temperature, type of load, cleanliness of surroundings / dust buildup inside machine, heatsink contact and, of course, silicon binning and user settings :) sooooooo... results can vary quite greatly :D
     
  4. joluke

    joluke Notebook Deity

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    I know that... And that's a vague answer. Just wanna know if anyone tested it and how the laptop handles the temperatures not the crappy reply I got above... Else I wouldn't ask in the first place

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  5. Pagis

    Pagis Notebook Enthusiast

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    I would love to know that too. I have a p775 with 6700k. I'm planing to replace all the thermal pads and re-paste everything with liquid metal from grizzly. If it would run stable at at least 4.2 ghz that would be more than enough for me.
     
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  6. bennyg

    bennyg Notebook Virtuoso

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    can't speak for P775 but you could test if your current cooling can handle a sustained 90W load.

    I was able to run 4.0ghz easily from day 1 at a similar 90-95W power draw as 4.6 on a 6700k, and the 9900k ran a bit cooler, even though my 6700k was delidded with liquid metal, probably because the heat is more spread out over the die area

    From there, undervolting should get you to 4.2 at least.
     
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  7. jaybee83

    jaybee83 Biotech-Doc

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    what are your current settings for the 9900k? still at 4,0 ghz? i figure with a highly binned chip one could aim for 4.5-4.6 hz at 125W sustained load :)
     
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    bennyg Notebook Virtuoso

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    Currently 4.7 with -60mV, I tried avx -2 but all it seems to do is drop clocks and doesn't save much power or temps. I've been meaning to set it back to 0 but have been busy doing work stuff the past couple weeks. Other than the odd bit of encoding nothing uses it to 100%

    This setup currently uses 125W during cinebench r15 (for about 1940 pts and that was non optimised, with a bunch of crap in the background) - maybe a few more when it gets properly hot on a longer load
     
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    yrekabakery Notebook Virtuoso

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    That’s what I’ve said many times about AVX Offset, but @jaybee83 doesn't believe me. :p
     
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  10. Rahego

    Rahego Notebook Consultant

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    Mod worked without use of SkyPRO (but i had it just in case) for P870KM1-G. Also flashed EC for P870TM to use ControlCenter 2.0 (which sucks same way as regular clevo software). I would not recommend i9 9900k with HT for P775xx or regular heat sync P870xx. This is score that i achieved with over -130 uV and over 130W (4.7 ghz on all cores). CPU repasted with Grizzly Krynoaut at full fan speed. For me hitting anything above 90C is way too hot, even if it's CPU - so i will probably use it 4.5 GHZ for daily tasks.

    Overall mod is great - thank you @dsanke . Just be prepared to loose G-SYNC with this BIOS (screen ID LGD046E ). I tried different stuff to make it work but it seems that it is not possible with this BIOS - too bad.

    If you have any questions - feel free to ask.
     
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