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a little question:

how can I get complete scheme/instruction Dell 240w PSU modyfication (solid cable) for clevo p150em? Dell has three cables but my cable pin (5.5x2.5) it has only two cables. How to solid them?

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HI all!

I am new to this forum and to the wonderful world of modded BIOS :smilingface (52):

Thank you so much prema for this awesome work!

A quick question, this is a screenshot of my stock BIOS:

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Can I flash your mod?

I really wouldn't like to break my laptop, I just wanted to make sure. :)

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HI all!

I am new to this forum and to the wonderful world of modded BIOS :smilingface (52):

Thank you so much prema for this awesome work!

A quick question, this is a screenshot of my stock BIOS:

[ATTACH=CONFIG]12442[/ATTACH]

Can I flash your mod?

I really wouldn't like to break my laptop, I just wanted to make sure. :)

I think this is the bios you need: P177SM | Prema Mod

Please wait with flashing until prema confirms.

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Hey Prema it seems that there is a new EC version for the P157SM-A as seen on XMG Bios Download Section(P504) as the reported version is 1.03.05. Just letting you know.

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thanks prema...:D

your work is the best...

is there any update bios for W110ER...?...

i love this tiny beast...and love it more if there is some way to undervolt the processor...:D

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I think this is the bios you need: P177SM | Prema Mod

Please wait with flashing until prema confirms.

Thank you Paultje.

But I have a P170SM, not sure If the P177SM is the same.

Anyway thanks again, I'll wait for the master answer. :)

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a little question:

how can I get complete scheme/instruction Dell 240w PSU modyfication (solid cable) for clevo p150em? Dell has three cables but my cable pin (5.5x2.5) it has only two cables. How to solid them?

http://forum.techinferno.com/clevo/3705-%5Bhardware-mod%5D-330w-psu-clevo-4.html#post102567

HI all!

I am new to this forum and to the wonderful world of modded BIOS :smilingface (52):

Thank you so much prema for this awesome work!

A quick question, this is a screenshot of my stock BIOS:

[ATTACH=CONFIG]12442[/ATTACH]

Can I flash your mod?

I really wouldn't like to break my laptop, I just wanted to make sure. :)

Yep, you can directly flash the latest P170SM Mod.

ENJOY! :)

Hey Prema it seems that there is a new EC version for the P157SM-A as seen on XMG Bios Download Section(P504) as the reported version is 1.03.05. Just letting you know.

Yeah that's out since awhile, will update soon-ish... sorry have to play catch up at home atm...;)

thanks prema...:D

your work is the best...

is there any update bios for W110ER...?...

i love this tiny beast...and love it more if there is some way to undervolt the processor...:D

I may update that one (we still use one, too), but IRC voltage options where not available on those pre-Haswell models...

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Hi Prema,

Thanks for the excellent work you do with BIOSs. I used your BIOS mod to flash my P157SM-A and its been great. My only question is I set both the User and the HDD Passwords and now have to enter my SSD's password upon boot. I have also noticed that when I go back into the BIOS itself the HDD Password is not showing as being enabled and active. Can you confirm whether or not the HDD password is running and am I supposed to "login" to my 840 Evo every time upon boot?

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Hi Prema,

Thanks for the excellent work you do with BIOSs. I used your BIOS mod to flash my P157SM-A and its been great. My only question is I set both the User and the HDD Passwords and now have to enter my SSD's password upon boot. I have also noticed that when I go back into the BIOS itself the HDD Password is not showing as being enabled and active. Can you confirm whether or not the HDD password is running and am I supposed to "login" to my 840 Evo every time upon boot?

Yeah, the BIOS menu doesn't refresh the SSD/HDD password status unless user pass is set or deleted first.

User pass is only asked upon entering BIOS menu.

SSD/HDD pass is asked on each boot. (how else could it access and boot from your SSD/HDD?) ;)

@ALL did you notice the systems used for these?:

GTX 980M:

Generic VGA video card benchmark result - Intel® Core™ i7-4940MX CPU @ 3.10GHz,Notebook P370SM-A

Generic VGA video card benchmark result - Intel® Core™ i7-4940MX CPU @ 3.10GHz,Notebook P15SM-A/SM1-A

Generic VGA video card benchmark result - Intel® Core™ i7-4940MX CPU @ 3.10GHz,Notebook P17SM-A

GTX970M:

Generic VGA video card benchmark result - Intel Core i7-4930MX,Notebook P15SM-A/SM1-A

Generic VGA video card benchmark result - Intel® Core™ i7-4940MX CPU @ 3.10GHz,Notebook P17SM-A

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Are there still no new modded BIOS for the Sager NP8130 (already discontinued)? Have you ever continued with the project for those models?

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I want that 980M for my P377SM-A!

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So... are you suggesting that the 900M series will drop right in to the current model Clevos with MXM connectors?

Sure looks like it.

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They have to put it in the SM(-A) models as socketed mobile Broadwell won't show anytime soon...

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They have to put it in the SM(-A) models as socketed mobile Broadwell won't show anytime soon...

Does this mean that there is hope they don't EOL P377SM-A and they release an official bios update? Because that would mean I can upgrade through Xotic and have a warranty on the new cards.

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I guess another upgrade is coming with Broadwell included... :bananahuge:

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If i really can drop a GTX980m into my clevo p370sm-a ill be so happy!! i bought this laptop with only 1x gtx880m with the hope id be able to one day sell it and buy a gtx980m and then have space for a 2nd one if i want it because there have been so many positive rumours about the card. and now my new laptop isnt EOL already haha. these new cards should keep us happy!! i wonder what schenker will sell me one for? and where u think i should sell the GTX 880m? ebay?

Cheers

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Prema - will You make in future bios for old P170SM model - to support new 980m/970m cards ? :)

Should just work, otherwise we will make them work. ;)

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Should just work, otherwise we will make them work. ;)

Of course. And if you do, I will buy you a beer even if I don't upgrade from my 880M. [emoji2]

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Have just updated the P15xSM-A & P17xSM-A Mods in the OP with new "cool" and "silent" ECs.

ENJOY! :)

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I use Aida 64 and I have problem with hight temperature of Diode PCH

It is normal for clevo laptops that temperature is 98 °C ? :(

I have Clevo P170SM

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