PowerSpec 1530 i7 10875H, RTX 2070 Super, 32 GB RAM, 1 TB SSD - $1,799 @ MicroCenter

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  1. dmanti

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    Oof, like enough options that it took me over 2 hours to research unknown acronyms.

    Umm, there's defaults for all the performance presets (Quiet, Entertainment, etc), tons of CPU, power, security, memory, boot order.

    There's a ton. I mean, the stock BIOS gives you access to like 3% of what's hidden.
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    JustK Notebook Enthusiast

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    HOLY CRAP!

    This worked on my laptop, Powerspec 1720.

    I can't believe all the settings that were hidden from us.

    Good stuff, mate!
     
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    um, chief. It does work. I just tried it on mine. GO FOR IT!
     
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    Could you upload/share your version of lnsydeH20UVE v2OO.00.01.00 GUI referenced? I Googled for quite a while unable to locate it. Found other versions, but not the correct one. I’ll give it a shot if I can find the correct version.
     
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    Awesome! :cool: Yeah, there's a buuuuunch of settings.

    I spent a couple of weeks fruitlessly trying to understand how unlock my BIOS... then I randomly stumble into this simple quirk. :D


    I'm happy to see that you guys had some luck too. :vbthumbsup:
     
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    Planning to get some screenshots of all the new options available after this unlock. Of the few things I have tested I was able to raise the default Package C-State from a Limit of C9 to C10. C10 is now selectable and configurable in ThrottleStop. There were many other exciting options to include Turbo Ratio Limits and Power Limits.
     
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    Don't feel bad. I actually had some difficulty finding it as well.

    I definitely plan on utilizing those same functions as well. I also tweak with Throttlestop. Please share what you find and maybe even your results from experimenting. I haven't been able to go through ALL of the unlocked settings in the BIOS and I don't understand what the majority of them are for as well. SMH.
     
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