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Running a eurocom Sky x6 with gtx 970m. Downloaded the vbios for my card. For some reason GPU-Z shows my default clock speed of 540mhz and when I over clock the card, it just increases the values from 540mhz. It also says the default memory is 1253mhz and pixel fillrate is at 25.9gpixels. 

 

Should i I just ignore the data from GPU-Z?

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@ ALL I'll try to find the time soon to dig through your all your questions...

 

2 hours ago, Kango said:

Running a eurocom Sky x6 with gtx 970m. Downloaded the vbios for my card. For some reason GPU-Z shows my default clock speed of 540mhz and when I over clock the card, it just increases the values from 540mhz. It also says the default memory is 1253mhz and pixel fillrate is at 25.9gpixels. 

 

Should i I just ignore the data from GPU-Z?

 

The GPU-Z dev simply hasn't updated his app for newer vBIOS...vRAM clock is also normal...NVIDIA Inspector will show you the correct core clock. ;)

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2 hours ago, Kango said:

Running a eurocom Sky x6 with gtx 970m. Downloaded the vbios for my card. For some reason GPU-Z shows my default clock speed of 540mhz and when I over clock the card, it just increases the values from 540mhz. It also says the default memory is 1253mhz and pixel fillrate is at 25.9gpixels. 

 

Should i I just ignore the data from GPU-Z?

 

What does the sensor reading for core clock say under actual 3D load?

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23 hours ago, octiceps said:

 

What does the sensor reading for core clock say under actual 3D load?

1189mhz max with OC +151mhz

 

Only ran skydiver demo for about 20 seconds. Gpu max usage was 83%

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1 hour ago, Kango said:

1189mhz max with OC +151mhz

 

Only ran skydiver demo for about 20 seconds. Gpu max usage was 83%

 

Hope this answers your question

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@Prema I just got around to installing your bios on my P157SM and I'm encountering some issues trying to bump up the reference clock/BLCK. Every time I try to bump it up with XTU it doesn't stick, and upping the frequency in the BIOS causes it to lock up when I try to apply it. I know there are some issues with Intel ME, but I read that flashing your BIOS installs a patched version of ME, so I was wondering if you could provide some wisdom on what I might be doing incorrectly :)

 

 

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Hi all,

 

I'd like to say thank you to Prema for the awesome mods and to everyone else who helped out others with their technical issues. A lot of the advice from other, guided me through the same problems I was having. Thanks again.

 

I purchased a 980m from Eurocom for my P170em clevo and the support I received from them was pretty bad to say the least. They gave me miss guided information and bad technical advice. Sometimes, I would have to send 3 emails or call a few times before I was helped. Needless to say,  I searched on this internet and found this awesome community, and the rest went well.

 

im sorry if this next question was already answered but I can't seem to find it. 

 

Where can I download future driver updates? I read in couple places that I will need to mod an inf file but read in others that the new vbios allows the drivers directly from nvidia to be used. Can someone please clarify this for me. Also, if I do need a moded driver will I have to use the ddu program to fully uninstall the current driver or can I just install it as is? Thanks in advance 

 

 

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3 hours ago, MUNKYPOO said:

Hi all,

 

I'd like to say thank you to Prema for the awesome mods and to everyone else who helped out others with their technical issues. A lot of the advice from other, guided me through the same problems I was having. Thanks again.

 

I purchased a 980m from Eurocom for my P170em clevo and the support I received from them was pretty bad to say the least. They gave me miss guided information and bad technical advice. Sometimes, I would have to send 3 emails or call a few times before I was helped. Needless to say,  I searched on this internet and found this awesome community, and the rest went well.

 

im sorry if this next question was already answered but I can't seem to find it. 

 

Where can I download future driver updates? I read in couple places that I will need to mod an inf file but read in others that the new vbios allows the drivers directly from nvidia to be used. Can someone please clarify this for me. Also, if I do need a moded driver will I have to use the ddu program to fully uninstall the current driver or can I just install it as is? Thanks in advance

 

Hey


With Prema mods you don't need to mod inf file. Just download Nvidia driver from their website and install it. It is still recommended to use DDU.

 

 

 

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Thanks @jdf, really appreciate your help

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Dear Prema Owner and Creator,
Thank you for all your kind efforts, I think we all appreciate it,

I already flash the your Bios and it’s working fine, can you please send me a guide how to overclock my P570WM system to get the maximum limit. It has i7 4930K, (2X) GTX780m SLI, (4X4) 16GB RAM1600 and (2X) 330W power supply.
And I searched for my 780m vBios OC on your list but I can’t find it, can you help me how can I get it? 

Last thing, how to change the bios logo to the default Sager logo.
I’ll really appreciate you kind support.
Thank you in advance for your kind efforts and support.
Best Regards

Donation is already payed, Thank you for all your kind efforts.

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1 hour ago, Dr. AMK said:

Dear Prema Owner and Creator,
Thank you for all your kind efforts, I think we all appreciate it,

I already flash the your Bios and it’s working fine, can you please send me a guide how to overclock my P570WM system to get the maximum limit. It has i7 4930K, (2X) GTX780m SLI, (4X4) 16GB RAM1600 and (2X) 330W power supply.
And I searched for my 780m vBios OC on your list but I can’t find it, can you help me how can I get it? 

Last thing, how to change the bios logo to the default Sager logo.
I’ll really appreciate you kind support.
Thank you in advance for your kind efforts and support.
Best Regards

Donation is already payed, Thank you for all your kind efforts.

 

Sorry I can't use re-seller logos to make Mods for end-user...

I have refunded your donation so you can instead use it to promote your account on TI and also get svl7's vBIOS for your 780M. 

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45 minutes ago, Prema said:

 

Sorry I can't use re-seller logos to make Mods for end-user...

I have refunded your donation so you can instead use it to promote your account on TI and also get svl7's vBIOS for your 780M. 

Thank you for your kindness.

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Cant wait for a bios for Batman 2.0. 

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On 1/14/2016 at 4:09 AM, godfafa said:

 

Thank god, the seller helped me get it fixed.

I thought I sent you the email, but it came back saying "it contains possible risk virus.... blah" :(

Thanks alot for your concern.

Hi @godfafa,

 

Would you be kind enough to post the BIOS recovery procedure for the Clevo p750dm-g ?

 

@Prema,

 

Would you know what is the BIOS recovery procedure for the p750dm-g?

 

Thanks in advance

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Could you please mod this vbios? It is the gtx 980m 8gb in the alienware 17 R3. The MXM vbios gives a digital signature error when I try to use it on nvflash. I could be wrong but I think the alienware 17 r3 has a BGA gtx 980m 8 gb.

GM204.rom

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On 3/28/2016 at 3:51 AM, discipline said:

Hi @godfafa,

 

Would you be kind enough to post the BIOS recovery procedure for the Clevo p750dm-g ?

 

@Prema,

 

Would you know what is the BIOS recovery procedure for the p750dm-g?

 

Thanks in advance

 

Try the FN+B recovery method:

 

https://biosmods.wordpress.com/bios-recovery/

 

With the attached file!

 

 

P7xxDM.rom

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13 hours ago, Prema said:

 

Try the FN+B recovery method:

 

https://biosmods.wordpress.com/bios-recovery/

 

With the attached file!

 

 

P7xxDM.rom

 

Thank you very much @Prema, could you tell me if this the factory procedure? Or is this procedure you linked tied to your mods?

 

I have not flashed the laptop yet, but I've bricked a laptop in the past (nothing related to your mods), so before even trying to flash factory updated UEFI ROM, it would be good to know what the recovery procedure is.

 

I wonder if @godfafa used the same procedure.

 

Thanks!

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Hi All,

I met some issue by finding basic information, I have a P170EM (Clevo) with a Geforce 680M.
Using Premamods since 3Y (thanks for the EUFI Boot Mr Prema !) I would like to change the 680M to a 980M.

People said
A "you just have to get a prema bios, remove nvidia drivers, install the card, install nvidia drivers"
B "you have to get a prema bios, remove nvidia drivers, install the card, flash it with the vBios and install nvidia drivers."
C " you have to flash vBios on the card from another laptop (which already get the card set) and flash your laptop with a prema bios, remove nvidia drivers , put the pre-flashed card in and reinstall nvidia drivers".
D "Purchase a new laptop."

Who's rights ?

I'm a bit lost... Thanks !

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On 3/30/2016 at 1:24 PM, discipline said:

 

Thank you very much @Prema, could you tell me if this the factory procedure? Or is this procedure you linked tied to your mods?

 

I have not flashed the laptop yet, but I've bricked a laptop in the past (nothing related to your mods), so before even trying to flash factory updated UEFI ROM, it would be good to know what the recovery procedure is.

 

I wonder if @godfafa used the same procedure.

 

Thanks!

To answer my own questions: Yes this is the factory method, and yes @godfafa very likely used this procedure, although he is the only one that can confirm.

 

Thanks!

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Syb,

 

"B" is the option to use for upgrading your 680m to a 980m on your p170em. Make sure you update to the newest prema bios. Also, use the ddu program to uninstall all drivers for your 680m.

 

i upgraded my p170em to a 980m and 3940mx 3 weeks ago and everything is running smoothly.

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Hello. I am the owner of a notebook of CLEVO P170EM in a top complete set with the I7-3940MX processor and the video card NW 980M. If there are still owners, then would like to take an interest at you concerning temperatures of the processor and video card on the last vBios from Prema what temperature at whom? generally the video card temperature as I noted that at me on new vBios from Prema honor in all games temperature of 89 degrees though it isn't on other biosa interests. I tried already many different options. If not difficult that is possible screens with temperatures of yours 980M for comparing. I will be very grateful. Also excuse for bad English =)

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Hi to everyone!

I got a small problem with the overclocking my GTX 970M 3GB . I have a Clevo P670SE and I wish to raise the GPU and Memory clocks. I am using P6xxSE Prema Mod v2 for both BIOS and vBIOS.

I use EVGA Precision and NVIDIA inspector software for overclocking. The thing is that I am able to overclock the memory, raise the core voltage but can't go with the core clock higher that 1037 Mhz (Boost clock). You can see it here below on the picture. GPU clock is set to be: 1134 Mhz (+210 Mhz) but Current Clock is blocked to be only 1037 Mhz. The memory offset works fine (+270 Mhz) and the voltage raised from 987 mV to 1050 mV.

Any ideas how to unlock the core clock offset? I attached my vBios back up down near written with red letters.

Thanks you very much in advance.

Brgds.

 

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@bartolini9

 

Just run on AC Adapter and set your system power plan to "performance" in Clevo Control Center and/or Windows power options.

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31 minutes ago, Prema said:

@bartolini9

 

Just run on AXC Adapter and set your system power plan to "performance" in Clevo Control Center and/or Windows power options.

  hi prema. there bother bios life for this model that I have? W650SF?

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Yeeeh. It works. I had AC adapter plugged in and power plan set to performance. The thing was that when I started the game or 3d Mark, the current clock immediately went up to 1134 and then to 1248 (Boost) like it should be. So everything works and it's unclocked. Thanks Prema for your BIOS :)

Brgds.

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