Razer Blade Pro 17 2080 Max Q Vbios

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  1. gnwjd12

    gnwjd12 Notebook Enthusiast

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    i did the pl tweak on the bios but cannot exceed 3.9 ghz on all core boost. can you tell me what the 4.0ghz mod is?
     
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    8750h will cap out at 3.9, 9750h will cap out at 4.0
     
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    Hey guys, trying to follow this thread, from my understanding there is a 150w and 190w 2080 max q bios? I actually installed the 100w bios which was on this thread, but it was the same bios version as the version my Razer pro 2080 max q was running. Is there any increase using the 150w or 190w bios? Happy to sacrifice some heat for performance as my GPU sits around 67c most of the time while playing MW . Cheers!
     
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    The 150w bios outright doesnt work. It just raises the gddr6 voltage and clock but the gpu is locked into safe mode and wont go above 1350mhz.

    The 190w vbios somewhat works but im not sure how high it can potentially go as i get limited by my 230w ac adapter when using it. The increase in gddr6 voltage and clock seems to use quite a lot of power which takes away some power that the gpu core can use.

    I went with the most dangerous but surefire method which is to do a shunt mod and completely remove the gpu power limit. And since i am still on a max-q vbios, the gddr6 runs at lower voltages and clocks which lets the gpu get all of the extra power. I havent done much tweaking aside from locking the clockspeed to 1860mhz with a +160mhz offset. Now it performs like a stock 150w RTX 2080 mobile.
     
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    amihail91 Notebook Evangelist

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    Do you think it be possible to shunt mod the RTX 2060 in the same way?

    I toyed with the idea of flashing a higher wattage VBIOS with a CH341 programmer ... will that yield the same kind of results?
     
  7. seanwee

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    Oh its definitely possible. But are you willing to do so?

    If I were you I'd wait for the 115w 2060s to drop and try flashing those vbioses first. And you can just used a modded nvflash for that, no need for an spi programmer.
     
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    Oh wow, when did that become a thing? Any ETA on the drop?
     
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    HandsomeGhost Notebook Guru

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    Hey @seanwee can you go into more details on how you did the shunt mod and where its located on the RB15 motherboard? I would like to do something like if its not too complicated.I have the 2070mq and do you think it would be wroth it?
     
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