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Hello,

Can you please unlock this bios version for Alienware x17 R3 A12 but to not apply the SATA fix, I know you released this version unlocked with SATA fix, but I want to flash an unlocked BIOS with Dell default settings. For my laptop, even if I install SSD in slot 1, I get BSOD after some time. If I flash normal A12 BIOS from Dell everything is stable and ok.

BIOS: ALIENWARE M17XR3 A12 BIOS Driver Details | Dell US

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Hi,

first thanks for the offer and your efforts. I got a iChill GeForce GTX Titan Black Accelero Hybrid and I would ask you to mod the .rom:

GK110.rom.txt to unlock the good stuff.

Btw would you be able to mod a IBM/Thinkpad W701 BIOS in the direction to be able to use another MXM 3.0 Grafic Card like the Quadro K5100M? Unfortunally The BIOS of the W701 has a whitelist for the 2 old FX 2800M/3800M...

Thanks and kind regards

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So, based on the fact that I haven't seen any recent reply's by SVL7, I'm going to assume that either this isn't the thread for it anymore, or perhaps he doesn't do them anymore.

Can someone confirm this?

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So, based on the fact that I haven't seen any recent reply's by SVL7, I'm going to assume that either this isn't the thread for it anymore, or perhaps he doesn't do them anymore.

Can someone confirm this?

He is still active. But he does this in his free time and may be taking a break or just busy.

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I am not necessarely looking for a vbios modification, but is there anybody who can supply me with a 8970m vbios from dell? It's a pitty they're not available at the dell support website.

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I am not necessarely looking for a vbios modification, but is there anybody who can supply me with a 8970m vbios from dell? It's a pitty they're not available at the dell support website.

You can use GPU-Z (google it) to extract your vbios. Another option would be to get one from techpowerup vbios collection (again, google it) but let me warn you with this example: Sometimes even if you get a 765m vbios (from the site I mean, getting from GPU-Z will always work fine) for your 765m doesn't mean it would always work, as some have variations among OEM's (such as memory timings). (and I learned that from experience)

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...doesn't mean it would always work, as some have variations among OEM's (such as memory timings). (and I learned that from experience)

It's interesting what you say about the different memory timings. Did it cause you a lot of problems? And could you easily undo it by flashing another vbios?

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In my case I'm not sure what the problem was, but I had to send it to Khenglish and I will say thx again Khenglish for fixing it =D

Anyways,Never in under any circumstances touch the memory timings. It is highly dangerous.

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SVL7 any chance of a high max volt vbios for the 780m your current 780m caps at 100mv 150mv slider would be appreciated for some benchmark suicide runs also 160% power aka same as the 880m has in nv inspector not sure if possible to tweak ram my card has samsung chips and maxxes out at 3040mhz

PS running in p570wm clevo

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I do have Y500 notebook. Is that overclocking could create problem to performance of numerical simualtion?

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Hi svl7 ,

Thank you for your work

I look for a BIOS for my GT70 0ND MSI France GT70 0ND .

Is normally the 1762IMS.30 * But I had to make a bad flash with 1762IMS.70X and I try to get a modified BIOS to try ...

Everything on my computer seems to work , but sometimes the system is unstable

Thank you in advance

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Hi there,

a few people already requested a modified/unlocked vBios for the 4GB version of the GTX880M inside the Asus G750JZ.

I'm wondering if it wasn't possible as you didn't respond to these requests yet.

I would appreciate if you could post an unlocked vBios for that card.

Thank you!

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Is it possible to have a modded vbios version of the Dell 680m with 1.012v? Just like the OV ones already made but with 1.012v instead. Thank you for the great work.

Cheers.

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Hey @svl7

I need a vBios mod for my GTX765M

my vBios version is:

80.06.54.00.1F

It won't let me upload the bios.rom file

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my vBios version is:

80.06.54.00.1F

It won't let me upload the bios.rom file

Put it in a zip, click on "go advanced" when replying and add it as attachment.

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Hi svl7. Have problem with boosting my nvidia geforce gt 650m on my dell7720. GPU clock stucked on 745 MHz and its impossible to increase it by nvidiainspector or msi afterburner. BIOS a16. Tell me is it possible to solve this problem with your bios mod? If problem will be fixed I will make some donation. Thanks in advance.

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What does the modification do? unlocks the 135Mhz overclock limit? if that is the case, any one with 760m here that has any success?

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Put it in a zip, click on "go advanced" when replying and add it as attachment.

My vBios file when I save it using GPU-Z is a .rom file, when I right click the .rom file for my vBios I click "Add to "GTX765M bios.rar" I click that and it saves it in a .rar file. I try to upload that but it says the file isn't valid.

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Put it in a zip, click on "go advanced" when replying and add it as attachment.

Nevermind, there we go. Uploaded my vBios.

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Put it in a zip, click on "go advanced" when replying and add it as attachment.

Nevermind, there we go. Uploaded my vBios.

vBIOS GTX765M.zip

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greetings slv7

I attempted to flash my cyberpowerpc fangbook's gtx 880m vbios with the one you had on the thread with all the kepler vbios and it didn't work.

I attached my gpu bios

version 80:04.EA.00.03 (P2053-0002)

I crashed my driver's by overclocking too high and now it seems like the flag has been thrown and it is throttling, not even reaching the normal speeds of 954mhz when gaming.

thanks in advance

gk104.rom.zip

Nevermind, I had to install drivers with modded inf files. Thank you so much!

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