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Bios Dell Inspiron 7720SE unlock all menu

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Sounds interesting, but do you have any more information and the bios itself? That's just a random screenshot of a bios setup... not even the model is displayed.

Who modified it? Source?

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Sorry,I do not speak English. I am writing a translator. This bios A12 for Dell Inspiron 7720SE. Fully working. Authors from Ukraine, not me.

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Okay, no problem, but do you have a a download link? Or a link to the original site where this was posted?

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Worst case - write in Russian, I'll understand :-)

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English version here: http://forum.techinferno.com/dell-inspiron-dell-studio/2193-dell-inspiron-7720-650m-gddr5-modded-vbios-19.html

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Sounds interesting, but do you have any more information and the bios itself? That's just a random screenshot of a bios setup... not even the model is displayed.

Who modified it? Source?

opened mod and recovery instructions are made by Olehkh

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Some news from my new Mainboard, its off topic, but should help everyone with termal issues:

I tried some gaming and the Notebook always shut down after few seconds. I checked the temperature and saw that it climbed up to 95°C and then shut down.

I dissasembled the Notebook and saw the mess... The repair guy didn´t apply any thermal greas!!Such a stupid idiot! I applied some of my good silver thermal grease and could now play games more than a few seconds ;)

But at this point i noticed, that my temperatures where still climbing up to 80-90°C on GPU. I dissasembled again and checked the GPU. I saw that the grease wasn´t even on the cooler, on one side it was much thiker, so something was wrong with the cooler mounting. At first i though that the thermal pads from the video memory where pushing the cooler to much up. So i squeezed them and checked again with new grease. Issue was still the same.

Then i checked the mounting points from the GPU cooler and found the issue: The GPU Cooler has 3 mounting points, one of them is soldered to the mainboard (i think its point with #5). And this mounting point is higher than the other 2! So i could screw the cooler tight as i can, but it never would sit evenly on the GPU and causing overheat or high temps... I solved the problem. It sounds gross but works: I took a Dremel with a grinding pad and removed about 0,5mm Material from the mountin point. Then applied new grease and checked the fitment. The cooler sits now absolutely tight on the GPU and my temps dropped to 60°C on full load (overclocked to 970mhz) and 40-50°C at idle. The fan is now most time off when im browsing the internet or just reading files. The mounting points on this Motherboard are total fail!!! But now its win ;-))

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@Olehkh

I was thinking the same after i reassebled the notebook :ops:

Are working on the brick problem at the moment? It would be nice to find out, what leads to brick.

I think we all want a safe method to flash the mod, without chance of brick!

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@krendel. I don´t know how long it should be. I removed about 0,5mm. If you remove to much, it shouldn´t be a problem, because the mounting screws have springs wich should compesate height difference.

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I have the same problem. Computer hibernates and upon restart shows thermal shutdown occurred. I'll check if this is the problem...

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Some news from my new Mainboard, its off topic, but should help everyone with termal issues:

I tried some gaming and the Notebook always shut down after few seconds. I checked the temperature and saw that it climbed up to 95°C and then shut down.

I dissasembled the Notebook and saw the mess... The repair guy didn´t apply any thermal greas!!Such a stupid idiot! I applied some of my good silver thermal grease and could now play games more than a few seconds ;)

But at this point i noticed, that my temperatures where still climbing up to 80-90°C on GPU. I dissasembled again and checked the GPU. I saw that the grease wasn´t even on the cooler, on one side it was much thiker, so something was wrong with the cooler mounting. At first i though that the thermal pads from the video memory where pushing the cooler to much up. So i squeezed them and checked again with new grease. Issue was still the same.

Then i checked the mounting points from the GPU cooler and found the issue: The GPU Cooler has 3 mounting points, one of them is soldered to the mainboard (i think its point with #5). And this mounting point is higher than the other 2! So i could screw the cooler tight as i can, but it never would sit evenly on the GPU and causing overheat or high temps... I solved the problem. It sounds gross but works: I took a Dremel with a grinding pad and removed about 0,5mm Material from the mountin point. Then applied new grease and checked the fitment. The cooler sits now absolutely tight on the GPU and my temps dropped to 60°C on full load (overclocked to 970mhz) and 40-50°C at idle. The fan is now most time off when im browsing the internet or just reading files. The mounting points on this Motherboard are total fail!!! But now its win ;-))

Can you explain which mount is higher (or point it in a picture). Because I have the same issue. I want to bring my Dell to the warranty technician and explain to him, so he could fix it for me. I could do it myself, but it would void the warranty.

Thanks!

edit:

http://forum.notebookreview.com/dell-inspiron-dell-studio/690746-complet-photo-disamble-7720-a.html

is this mount that you;re talking about? :

https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/27694046/img3292a.jpg

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I noticed when flashing bios the fan is at very fast rpms, but when the gpu and cpu are on full load, the fan never reaches those rpms. Is it possible to mod this with bios?

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