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

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  1. SeaFoXXX

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    if you can share what kind of vbios i should ti use I will be very appriciated.
     
  2. SeaFoXXX

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    Also it should be noted that even if will restart laptop after power adapter will stop working after I put load to gpy/pcu (benchmark/games)...it still not wirking till I plug out - plugin PCU...
     
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    check with hwinfo what is the max TDP for the 2080. It could be also MB VRM issue. The had it prior the 2080?
     
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    Oh yes I have tryed superposition benchmark - the same problem...
     
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    What was your previous gpu? Was it working flawlessly prior 2080 gpu?
     
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    Sorry for my bad ENGLISH :D

    My laptop is P870DM-G. I had updated bios (BIOS Clevo ALL 9th.zip). Work very well (6700K)
    but 9900KF cpu (Isolate-2pins) is not work (cannot boot)

    Is not support 9900KF ?
     
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    Isolate pins cannot be an issue unless you cover other 2 pin. I have checked once all pin layout on z170 and z370, and the only difference, that for z370 these 2 pins shorts the cpu and let some voltage run thru it, hence burn down immediately, however these pins not needed. The only reason to cover, to prevent from burn, but you only need them if you wanna go back to 6/7 gen cpu (sidenote, I do not really the point of it).
     
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    Update: Bricked my own P870DMG.

    Wanted to double check a few things, so I re-attempted flash (previously, I had backed up and error'd out the flash).

    This time, it appeared to be going through. After 99% erasure, it simply turned off. Now won't turn on. Yippee!!

    So, I'm going to snag one of these and give it a go. I've never recovered from beyond the grave, but I have hot-swapped socketed BIOS chips for programming shenanigans ages ago.
    https://www.ebay.com/itm/CH340-CH34...918876?hash=item5dae575a5c:g:HvAAAOSw1TxfLMBm

    I've found a guide which uses this same device, clip, and process on Windows, but I'm checking here just to be sure.

    One question, do I reflash the STOCK BIOS, or just hop straight to the money and flash in the new BIOS?
     
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