Razer Blade eGPU, Bios Mod, PCIe 3.0, Lid Mod, Power Button Mod

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  1. LordKarango

    LordKarango Notebook Enthusiast

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    Thanks for the bios man :D, I have been trying to dualboot osx on this beast for a while (mainly if I'm not going to be playing games at the moment), but the preallocate value was set too low by default so the max res was like 720p, and no higher.

    Because of your mod, I am now able to bump it up to 128mb, and hopefully I can run Yosemite, in all its hd goodness :D
     
  2. Phruis

    Phruis Newbie

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    This is really awesome. I was wondering if you saw vt-d or iommu ? Can i enable this in the bios as well?

    I want to run Linux but then virtualize using KVM and run windows in the VM to get near native performance.
     
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    Phruis Newbie

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    Found it..nvm...thanks for the tut.
     
  4. protom

    protom Newbie

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    Just got a Blade 2016 and im trying to get OS X working on it....
    one of the issue seems to be the QHD+ resolution and I was wondering if you knew a way to change the DVMT-prealloc set to 96MB or 128MB in BIOS do i need to create a modded bios can i change it another way ?
    i have no experience in BIOS modding

    Thanks
     
  5. kamueone

    kamueone Notebook Enthusiast

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    i just know that you can change it in the bios. i modded the razer blade 2016 bios as well. just search in the forum or google it.
     
  6. ehou333

    ehou333 Notebook Enthusiast

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    I'm curious, what is the benefit of playing games with the lid closed? Is it supposed to reduce heat?
     
  7. Eason

    Eason Notebook Virtuoso

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    No. In fact, because the blade's keyboard gets so hot, it can damage the screen. I think this happened to mine).
     
  8. Makyura

    Makyura Notebook Consultant

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    Yup, happened to me too.

    Tho they would replace my screen for free; too bad it'd take 1 month min from Italy to US (they sell it in EU but they don't have any repair lab in EU, WTF?) and I'd have to cover IT->US shippings.
     
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    kamueone Notebook Enthusiast

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    i did play with the lid closed and had no issues.
     
  10. SimplyJ3sse

    SimplyJ3sse Notebook Consultant

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    When I try to revert my BIOS settings back to DEFAULT and flash nothing changes. I still have all the menus and sub-menus unlocked. I am open to any advice possible. Thanks.
     
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