Take Full Control of your Razer Blade w/no PL Throttling

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  1. Nashi

    Nashi Newbie

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    Also have this problem..
    where can I find the 0x3DC , kind of new to bios stuff..
     
  2. Thysanoptera

    Thysanoptera Notebook Consultant

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    This variable is different on every machine, this is just how it looks like on mine. I had to manually hex edit the dump and change all "Suppress if" in the spots that I needed after swapping SSD.
     
  3. Nashi

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    got it, is there any keyword to search for so search the correct things to modify?
     
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    Thysanoptera Notebook Consultant

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    To fix the options not showing with a 3rd party cloned SSD, I had to just change all suppress if checks.
    Unfortunately, the way I ultimately was able to get it to work with a 3rd party cloned ssd was by changing every suppress if to FF00. Where this gets even more tiresome, and where I actually got everything unlocked, was checks that say supress if 0x### equals 0x1 or 1600 or 1700. Those 1600 and 1700 were what were keeping it hidden for me. Which version of RB15 do you have?
     
  6. Nashi

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    thanks, I'll look into it tonight
    RBS13 late 2019 (white)
     
  7. waynerdog

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    I have an early 2019 RBS and successfully modded the bios by following the first post. At first, I was able to get clock speeds of 4.4 ghz with turbo and limited it to 3.8 ghz using TS. In both cases, I'm getting massive stutter in any game I play, with the fps constantly fluctuating. This was not the case before flashing the bios. I'm using the Razer Core V2 with a GTX 1070. Thanks for the help.

    Edit: In case anyone else runs into the same problem, I fixed it by disabling the MX150 in the device manager. It's strange that this wasn't a problem before flashing the bios though.
     
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  8. signer

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    I'm planning to install Windows from scratch on the RBS2019late. If as you say, the Razer modded the OS registry, what will I lose even if I reinstall all the available software from the Razer driver website?
     
  9. maven1975

    maven1975 Notebook Evangelist

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    I just swapped out my RBS 2019 for a MW RBA 15 this evening. (Cheaper = 1250 @ Best Buy!!!)

    I had used this tweak on the RBS without issue.

    It did indeed help performance! 2200 CB r20 10 runs. (Solid)

    On to the RBA 15 2019...

    I have triple checked all entry's and am having BSOD's 15-30 seconds after boot.

    I can eliminate the BSOD's by reverting the Bios settings to default.

    After reading through this entire thread, It seems that I am not alone with this.

    Has anyone found the reason for this? Does anyone have a suggested tweak or value change to try?

    Thanks in advance!
     
  10. sYnSBG

    sYnSBG Notebook Enthusiast

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    is it possible to undervolt again after do this on my rbs early 19? i mean 860cinebench 15 for 8565u is very impressive without undervolt
     
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