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10 hours ago, Klem said:

 

  

On 1/26/2021 at 3:28 AM, Aleah said:

Hello Baked, I have a Monster branded Clevo N850/870HP6. Due to my error I had to reflash bios with clevo's default bare bios and now I don't have the most options and have a silly opening splash. I need a new bios because my reseller don't give the original bios and you are my last hope I guess. 

My current bios is 1.05.06. Thanks in advance ^^  


 

Klem can you look in this one too I don't understand bios modding much so I still literally have no control over my bios atm. 

probably came from here, I had to reflashed it no idea what he used so; https://repo.palkeo.com/clevo-mirror/N8xxHPx/ 

user/pass: repo/repo 

 

No one shares their own idk why(even the company I bought from....)

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Eurocom

P750ZM

Unlock, added support GTX 1070

 

Please and thank you

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Hi there! I want to unlock my BTO(Clevo) P771DM-G bios.
Current bios version is 1.05.15

  • BTO/Clevo
  • P771DM-G
  • Unlocked bios

Thanks!

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Hello, I have a stock Sager NP9870-G (Clevo P870DM-G) /i7-6600K/GTX 980 (Desktop)/64GB and I would like to get an unlocked bios mainly so I could undervolt the cpu for lower temperatures, although any additional features (similar to a Prema bios) would be greatly appreciated.

 

Thank you for your help.

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40 minutes ago, Hallowen said:

Hello, I have a stock Sager NP9870-G (Clevo P870DM-G) /i7-6600K/GTX 980 (Desktop)/64GB and I would like to get an unlocked bios mainly so I could undervolt the cpu for lower temperatures, although any additional features (similar to a Prema bios) would be greatly appreciated.

 

Thank you for your help.

Hi!

You can download already prepared unlocked bios for Clevo P870DM-G from this link:

If you for some reason can't download, then read "User Account Promotion Rules":  https://www.techinferno.com/index.php?/announcement/4-user-account-promotion-rules-read-before-posting/

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Hello, I have an Avell (Brazilian Brand) G1000 , which is a clone of MS-1761 (At least that's the model I get on the bios). Can I flash a modded bios meant for  the MS-1761? I would like to undervolt it.

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10 hours ago, humbertoarima said:

Can I flash a modded bios meant for  the MS-1761?

Hello! 

No, this bios is not compatible for your Avell G1000.

10 hours ago, humbertoarima said:

I would like to undervolt it.

It's impossible for your platform. 

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