Razer Blade Pro 17 2080 Max Q Vbios

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  1. seanwee

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    Once again, no dice. The hardware id modification isnt sticking.
    Gonna keep looking
     
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    @seanwee and @hackintoshihope

    Which 150W vBIOS did you try? On Techpowerup I was able to find 2 150W variants and 2 90W/100W variants. There were also some 190W mobile variants, but those are almost certainly way too extreme for these laptops.

    Links:
    150W - https://www.techpowerup.com/vgabios/212106/212106

    150W - https://www.techpowerup.com/vgabios/208784/208784
    90W/100W - https://www.techpowerup.com/vgabios/213643/213643
    90W/100W - https://www.techpowerup.com/vgabios/212908/212908 (Same as TU104 provided in this forum)

    I'm getting my RB15 2080 tomorrow, so will be messing around to see what I can get working, just wanted to see which of these you've already tried.
     
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    The 150w vbioses on techpowerup are for clevo mxm cards and will not work. I only tried the vbioses I obtained from users of this forum.
     
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  5. stranula

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    With my new RB15, and everything updated and optimized, I'm pretty happy with the results. Getting Firestrike scores in the 19,100 range (Example). And I am amazed by the temps on this machine. Everything I've done gets low 80s at the highest.
     
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    Those are some amazing numbers what kind of overclock is that and what driver version?


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    GPU - +160 Core, +600 Memory
    CPU - TDP Mods with additional -85mV

    Latest nVidia driver 436.15. I'm about to install the latest "lite" drivers and see how it impacts things
     
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    Is your cpu stock clocks or did you modify it’s clock behavior at all like 4.0ghz on all core? Anyway those are really nice results :)!


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    Tdp modding sounds like he is allowing all cores to boost to 4ghz, same as what I'm doing.
     
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    Wonder why my cpu score is so low then :\. Compared to the 17,500z that’s all I did haha... regardless impressive performance.


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