Razer BIOS Mods - Potential to Unlock All Hidden Options

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  1. saturnotaku

    saturnotaku Notebook Nobel Laureate

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    Did Razer bring in BIOS-level undervolting to the Blade 15 now?
     
  2. wireproof

    wireproof Notebook Guru

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    Only if you use a CH351a programmer. I find steady settings in TS and then manually adjust my BIOS to those same settings so I don't need to have TS running in the background

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  3. faustiano

    faustiano Notebook Consultant

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    Can I ask which BIOS version you are running? I am still not able to adjust undervolt in Throttlestop. It lets me adjust the offset but it won’t apply. It least I can adjust it in BIOS but I would much rather do it in Throttlestop so I could make adjustments easier.

    Also, can you share your BIOS so I can look at the changes you made?

    Thanks


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  4. wireproof

    wireproof Notebook Guru

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    I'm running a modified bios v1.03 that I edited using AMIBCP 5

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  5. faustiano

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    I was using a modified 1.06, so maybe something there broke the Throttlestop. I will try 1.03.
     
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  6. Shark00n

    Shark00n Notebook Deity

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    Hey guys, what would be the best BIOS for a 2019 Blade Pro?
    I'm on 1.03 but have an issue where, if "USB Charging" is left ON, my laptop will lose all charge over night when turned off and not connected to anything. Turning this setting OFF fixes it and, honestly, doesn't bother me that much.

    I'm struggling to find a change log on the latest BIOSes, I've read the disable undervolting, which I'm not using ATM but might come in handy later.

    What BIOS would you recommend me updating to? Or should I just stay on 1.03?

    Thanks!
     
  7. Metalocalypse

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    I am back! After months of waiting Razer send me new one and tommorow I will revenge!
     
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    I followed all the steps properly, but when I tried to flash the final BIOS in afuwinguix64 it writes: "stage: failed!" "address: 0xFFFFFFF" what could have possibly gone wrong, while editing the hex code maybe?
     
  9. Metalocalypse

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    I flash bios by guide (now without burning motherboard:D) but dont see processor in overlockibg menu and cant make undervolt by throttlestop. I use bios 1.03 that came with laptop, what I do wrong? :)

    also cant update vbios for 2080 by guide that was in topic - error need new nvflash, I use new nvflash - error gpu missmatch
     
  10. somejoshdude

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    What Year/Model, may need a chip programmer.

    https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1FD3YahVBq9tYby6xrA7egLqoAeFGHYUC?usp=sharing
    Those 2080 and NVFlash worked for me.

    You may need to "unhide" the bios menus. if that was completed successfully, you may need to "insert" an entry into your bios to access, that depends on year/model
     
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