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  1. bryneb

    bryneb Notebook Consultant

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    I see there is a new bios out today, has anyone tried it?
     
  2. awsan

    awsan Notebook Consultant

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    On it.

    Changelog:

    New BIOS : E17E2IMS.113
    ROM CheckSum : 0x461E
    Release Date : 2019.9.18

    ;--------------------------- Description ------------------------------------;

    1.Update OD panel //AUO Panel; B173HAN05.0

    Looks like nothing serious.
     
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  3. bryneb

    bryneb Notebook Consultant

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    You beat me! Was just going to post the changelog.
     
  4. awsan

    awsan Notebook Consultant

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    Hey can I ask you for a favor?

    Can you please run the aida64 memory bench and share your results with the HyperX ram and what clocks and timings you have.

    Thanks
     
  5. bryneb

    bryneb Notebook Consultant

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    Sure, I'll try and get to that this evening.
     
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    fgribas Newbie

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    AUO Panel - isn't it the AU Optronics panel? Maybe they fixed the ghosting that some owners reported?

    Oh, my 1st post here. My GE75 9SG will arrive tomorrow :)
     
  7. bryneb

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    aida64.PNG
     
  8. seanwee

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    You can overclock your ram in the bios if you didnt know.

    This is my bench
    cachemem bench.png
     
  9. Kilador

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    Can you please tell me in detail how you overclock the ram to 3000-3200mhz in this thing? I have HyperX ram modules.

    I tried to follow the guide posted in the forum, touching the trefi value but was unable to achieve anything :(
     
  10. seanwee

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    First, check you memory dies using thaiphoon burner. This will give essential information on how far you can expect to overclock and what is the max safe voltage you can use 24/7.

    After you go in to bios. Hold down Left Alt, right control and right shift then press F2. This will get you into advanced bios.

    Go to Advanced, overclocking and then memory.

    I've looked high and low for one fits all memory overclocking guide but unfortunately there's no such thing. There's only the general guide of raising voltage to what you're comfortable with, trying a reasonable frequency and timing, then fine tuning using trial and error to find the right balance between memory clocks and timing.
    Secondary timings have no pattern however. It's all trial and error.
     
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