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

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  1. Tryner

    Tryner Notebook Consultant

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    8700k is not bugged with g-sync. Watch my post
     
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    I see, i dont know why I don't know why. I have new drivers
     
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    If you can try with 9900k or 9700k and you see g-sync is hiden
     
  4. KLICHO

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    Again change cpu :D
     
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    This time is for the comunauty
     
  6. Izwan Mukhriz

    Izwan Mukhriz Newbie

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    Hi Everyone, I'm using P870TM1-G(P870TM1_TM1), i7-8700K, GTX1080.I just bought cpu i9-9900K and want to install . Just asking anyone the custom bios running good? Which I should install ? More stable bios for i9-9900K
    P870TM_B0511.rom
    P870TM_B0511_67th.rom
    P870TM_B0715.rom.
    Anyone have YouTube videos for tutorial install @dsanke bios?
    "The reason we do not need to SHORT the two pins at the top is because we have already injected the bios and microcode into the motherboard, therefore the cannon lake cpu should be recognised just fine!"

    Is Z370 motherboard should must short two pins?using kapton tape?

    My vbios version is upper than 0x30006, that is 0x30009 must skip this process?

    hope anyone free can answer,
    Thank you
     
    Last edited: May 25, 2020
  7. KLICHO

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    No u dont need to change gop in your GPU
     
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  8. joluke

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    You should read this topic more and more.

    There is a guide inside the OP files with a excel saying which cpu supports what and what file you need.

    The chipset z370 doesn't need the two pins covered. Its said in OP.

    Read and read and read and read more.

    All your questions have already been answered.

    BTW you didn't inject any BIOS in the motherboard (LOOOOOL had to laugh at this). BIOS for your model already supports 8th and 9th gen from factory with stock bios.
    The BIOS chip is flashed if ya flash a bios firmware in it. You don't inject anything..


    Dsanke BIOS will give ya only unlocked options.

    Just put the new cpu in the socket and you should be good to go
     
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  9. Izwan Mukhriz

    Izwan Mukhriz Newbie

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    Thank you @KLICHO ,

    Thank you @joluke, my bios stock clevo 1.05.11 (2017/2018) February 2018 support i7-8700k but not i9-9900K coming on quarter 4 2018, I install my i9-9900K but cannot boot at all. I read only 1.07.15 bios only supports i9-9900k because new bios version.. After that I change back to i7-8700 for now the laptop can turn on back. Should remove the battery CMOS?or other solution update stock bios to 1.07.15 from clevo or I should install the dsanke bios
    P870TM_B0715.rom version 1.07.15?

    here my bios info
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    Last edited: May 23, 2020
  10. joluke

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