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There are several threads on requesting BIOS modifications here on T | I but I thought another one wouldn't hurt.

 

      Your request should look like:

  • Brand
  • Model
  • Type of modification(For example: Unlocked, added support, Logo, microcode, ME firmware etc

 

I'll respond as soon as I have time as I'm also currently working on other projects(Requests by PM is also ok)

If anyone else have the knowledge and time feel free to respond to requests :)

 

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Just a question, Are you capable of doing coffeelake mods on Z170 clevo boards? That's one thing that would be neat to see.

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8 minutes ago, coffee048 said:

Just a question, Are you capable of doing coffeelake mods on Z170 clevo boards? That's one thing that would be neat to see.

Well I know that there's already mods out there, it's by crossflashing a modified TM BIOS on a DM model, these need to be flashed via an SPI programmer though. 

Hit me with a PM with your model and I'll take a look at what I can do. I'm planning on releasing mods with Coffee lake support but I need a coffee lake CPU to test them first :)

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Maybe this is a stupid question.

Are you also able to mod Alienware bios?

I talk about the Alienware m17x r4?

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Hello, I have been looking for a prema mod for my Clevo P170EM during months but it is almost imposible to get it. I want to upgrade my graphic card to a GTX 970m or a 1060, could you help me?

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I have a Clevo P157SM with 1.03.04V2 Prema BIOS,  i7 4930MX CPU. I am trying to run a  MSI GTX1070 MXM card in my system. Initially my EC rejected the card (loud beeps and fans until forced shutdown). Prema made me a custom EC and now there is no EC rejection. However, the GPU is not detected by my system at all (In BIOS, dGPU --> Not detected, in Windows Device Manager nothing at all). 

 

Is there any way to mod the BIOS so that the GPU can be installed? Additional nice requests would be the ability to still have unlocked adjustments to the clocks and voltages of my CPU and Memory, and to not have the microcode protection against Spectre and Meltdown.

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