Razer BIOS Mods - Potential to Unlock All Hidden Options

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  1. stranula

    stranula Notebook Consultant

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    Yeah, the form id will be specific for each BIOS.

    Do you have all of the options set to User in AMIBCP? What does your memory overclocking menu look like? You can also try going through and changing all the suppress ifs and gray ifs to 0x01 within the memory overclocking section.
     
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    If I can see the whole menu does that not mean nothing is supressed? The timings aren't populating, they all show as 0, even the Default/XMP shows as 0000000.

    EDIT: Using stock RB15 2018 RAM btw.
     
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    Can you select custom for the profile? If so, just try go into hwinfo64, get all the info for your timings, set them under a custom profile, then make a small change that won't make a crash, and see if it sticks
     
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    Hmm yes, I selected "Custom Profile" and pushed the multiplier up to 11 (from 10) and now HWINFO shows this, Command Rate 1T is really bad/slow though right? Or is it the other way around?

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    From what I am reading, 1T is preferable to 2T, but the difference between the two is essentially negligible. Changing the Memory Ratio clearly worked, so now you need to work on tightening up timings and finding the best Memory ratio that you can. Adding a +125 uncore will help make it all more stable. Use the memory bench marking tools in HWInfo on the default settings, then each subsequent custom profile you work on. You should see progression with each change.
     
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    Should it be added on a BIOS level or in Throttlestop "System Agent"?
     
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  10. stranula

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    Higher MHz, then lower timings.

    The instructions in the first post should work for you too.
     
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