Official Coffee Lake Thread/BIOS For ALL SkyLake/KabyLake Clevo LGA1151 laptops

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  1. clevo-extreme

    clevo-extreme Company Representative

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    Benchmarks - Tests - CLEVO P870KM with Desktop CPU Intel i7-8086K LGA1151 & NVIDIA GTX 1070 VR v3
     
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  2. AHMED KARAM

    AHMED KARAM The Strategist

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    Congratulations, finally you did it....
    But you have to tune it more to beat me :)
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  3. AHMED KARAM

    AHMED KARAM The Strategist

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    If you have it working, let us see some benchmarks.
     
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    Tryner Notebook Enthusiast

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    Normaly the 9900k work with this bios ?
     
  5. joluke

    joluke Notebook Deity

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    anyone can reply to me? And give some feedback? I have a 6700k, just wondering if it is worth the upgrade and if everything is working properly
     
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    Jaces9900 Notebook Guru

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    How do I offset the voltage 100...
     
  7. bennyg

    bennyg Notebook Virtuoso

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    Bios or XTU: find core voltage offset option, set to -100mV

    Throttlestop: open FIVR window, slide the voltage offset to (approx) -100mV.


    Either way you then need to do the same for cache voltage offset as well and then test for stability (which will manifest as freezes/crashes or BSOD if voltage is too low).

    Reduce as far negative as it will go for more heat and power savings, it doesn't hurt anything, just eventually causes instability.
     
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  8. AHMED KARAM

    AHMED KARAM The Strategist

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    I'm using -125mV and it seems very stable until now.
     
  9. DaMafiaGamer

    DaMafiaGamer Notebook Deity

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    @Dr. AMK I have a feeling that most people's i7 8086k will beat the 9700k in benchmarks. There really is no point upgrading to a 9700k if you have an 8700k. On Wednesday I will be testing the i9 9900k in both my tornado f5 and my clevo P870dm-g and posting benchmarks if possible
     
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    AHMED KARAM The Strategist

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    I agree with you, can't wait for your interesting updates. Good luck
     
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