I have been attempting to change my boost clocks values for the longest time, though I've been unsuccessful. I managed to flash my modded BIOS, though no changes seem to have had happened, along with no errors either. Here's all the stuff I used and was able to get. If someone is able to help me with this, it would be greatly appreciated.
I tried to extract the .bin from the .exe (on Dell's website) using PhoenixTool v.273, and in a way it worked... I want to change the TDP values on my 1060mq but when I tried to open the .bin in Mobile Pascal TDP Tweaker, this is what happened. Can somebody help me? Here's the original .exe and the .bin. Thanks!
(note: I wasn't able to extract the bios using AFUWINGUI64 or any other similar tool as I think Dell has some type of guard or protection against that, suspecting that's also the cause of my current issues...)
I use Dell M6700, 2GB K3000M graphics card.
I see the overclock is hopeless.
Computer M6700, Windows 10.
I installed the Msi afterburner, but could not unlock the voltage.
I flash vbios as per instructions:
I open the CMD to the desktop (the folder containing rom and nvflash)
K3000m rom i downloaded here:
I heard a beep when using the nvflash --protectoff command
and another beep when using nvflash k3000m.rom
However after doing all that. I installed the afterburner msi, everything is the same. I have edited the MSG afterburder CFG file by making changes like:
Format = 2
VDDC_Generic_Detection = 1
All have no effect.
I want to upgrade my GPU ( K3000M to other card ) from M6700
I found it :
I'd like to know if anyone thinks its possible for an m1000m mxm card to work in a Dell Optiplex 9020 AIO. It has an mxm-a slot for an old AMD Radeon HD 8750A in it. It is rated for 45W max, while the m1000m is only 40W so I didn't see an issue with power. If I put one in that was flashed with a Dell vBios would it work? Or am I oversimplifying things?