Razer Blade 14" (1060 GPU/late 2016) Owner's Lounge

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  1. Vistar Shook

    Vistar Shook Notebook Deity

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    But you already installed it right? The update itself should be the same, just that will probalby include in the update the automatic disabling of TPM in the Bios for models older than the RB2017. TPM update is available for the RB2017, since it doesn't have this issue.
     
  2. sk3tch

    sk3tch Notebook Deity

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    Yup. Already installed. Installed Synapse 2.0 today, too. So far, so good there.
     
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  3. Dan@Dan

    Dan@Dan Notebook Geek

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    Could one wrap those pads around the heatsink in the CPU area to bridge the gap? seems to do a decent job in heattransfer.
     
  4. don_svetlio

    don_svetlio In the Pipe, Five by Five.

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    I'm actually curios as to how well that would work in laptops since most laptop CPUs don't have a heatspreader like desktops.
     
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  5. Vistar Shook

    Vistar Shook Notebook Deity

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    From the early testers here in the forum, the results don't look that promising, at least on laptops. Soon there will be more users to confirm.
    http://forum.notebookreview.com/thr...share_tid=815439&share_fid=33462&share_type=t

    Enviado de meu Pixel 2 usando o Tapatalk
     
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  6. NatsuSirius

    NatsuSirius Newbie

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    Hi everyone. I've just recently acquired an RB 2016 6700HQ 1060 and I plan to flash the 1060 vbios version 6.06.41.00.0a.
    I found a link on another thread but it's a deadlink.
    Can someone reupload it? Thanks in advance!
     
  7. Vistar Shook

    Vistar Shook Notebook Deity

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    what for? makes no difference.
     
  8. vic555

    vic555 Newbie

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    It would be nice if after all this time with this model being out, if we could compile a list of tips/tricks/mods that may be useful to people and have as a reference for the future.

    As an example:
    - undervolting tips and stable settings people have found (while mileage differs, having some idea is better than none)
    - BD PROCHOC off
    - Bios unlocking, and which settings matter
    - GPU overclocking
    - RAM overclocking
    - screen profiles (i use the adobe RGB one, which is way better than stock)
    - wifi tweaks
    - misc.
     
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  9. sproyd

    sproyd Notebook Enthusiast

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    I recently updated to the v2.02 Spectre/Meltdown BIOS via official Razer Update Utililty and now I am having performance issues with high CPU temps (i.e. > 90C) and CPU throttling - even without the GPU running.

    I'd very much like to roll-back to v2.00 BIOS but unfortunately I did not dump that BIOS before using the official Razer Utility to flash the new v2.02 BIOS. Strangely, the updater also rolled back my EC from 4.0 to 2.0 (which I subsequently had to re-update). I've contacted Razer support but as their is no "official" way to roll-back an official BIOS update I'm stuck.

    All the links for v2.00 BIOSes I've found online are dead - does anyone have a copy of their .rom BIOS (modded is fine) that I can use to flash mine, or can take a copy using AFUwin64?
     
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