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Hi there, just want to confirm this will work and not brick.

 

Clevo p751dmg.  Gtx 980m 8th with rising

 

Cheers

Hi there, just want to confirm this will work and not brick.

 

Clevo p751dmg.  Gtx 980m 8gb with g-sync

 

Cheers

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11 hours ago, bitnspcs said:

Hi there, just want to confirm this will work and not brick.

 

Clevo p751dmg.  Gtx 980m 8th with rising

 

Cheers

Hi there, just want to confirm this will work and not brick.

 

Clevo p751dmg.  Gtx 980m 8gb with g-sync

 

Cheers

Hi!

About what you ask? If you ask about mod bios which placed on the first page of this thread, it is for GTX 980m 8gb without G-Sync. If your card with G-Sync, then don't try to flash it! It's break your card!

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Hi Klem and thanks for the reply

 

Exactly that! I have the gtx 980m G-Sync and I paid for elite to download a vbios that unlocks my card, is it possible for someone that would be kind to supply the G-sync version for my card?

 

Kind regards

 

Jason

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I have a vbios I downloaded from another site that is for ASUS gaming laptops, it is the identical hardware id but I am assuming the rom would need editing for my clevo to accept it orthewise I would expect to get a hardware mismatch in nvflash am I correct?

 

If so is anyone able to show me how to do that or would be kind enough to do it for me?

 

Thx

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5 hours ago, coolhandpuke said:

I have a vbios I downloaded from another site that is for ASUS gaming laptops, it is the identical hardware id but I am assuming the rom would need editing for my clevo to accept it orthewise I would expect to get a hardware mismatch in nvflash am I correct?

 

If so is anyone able to show me how to do that or would be kind enough to do it for me?

 

Thx

What the model of your laptop? Post here or send me your stock original vbios from your card. I'll take a look at it.

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That's really good of you Klem, thank you for trying

 

My laptop is clevo p751dm-g Gtx 980m 8gb with g-sync

 

The file I found that had already been tweaked is here attached

 

If you Google the file name and find the site there are a few versions if they help with development etc.

 

Thanks in advance

ASUS.G752VY.980M.V1+GSYNC.zip

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1 hour ago, bitnspcs said:

That's really good of you Klem, thank you for trying

 

My laptop is clevo p751dm-g Gtx 980m 8gb with g-sync

 

The file I found that had already been tweaked is here attached

 

If you Google the file name and find the site there are a few versions if they help with development etc.

 

Thanks in advance

ASUS.G752VY.980M.V1+GSYNC.zip

No, that vbios doesn't compatible with your laptop. I asked you to post here your original vbios, from your card.

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23 hours ago, Klem said:

No, that vbios doesn't compatible with your laptop. I asked you to post here your original vbios, from your card.

Ok I see, sorry here it is

 

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hi guys, sorry for my bad english,im from germany.

iam now ready to upgrade my old clevo p150sm from an gtx 780 4g to an 980m 8gb.

 

i try to download the vbios, but a screen sow up that i have no privileges ? can anyone help me ?

 

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Yes you need to pay for tech inferno subscription to enable downloads

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Is there a guide to modding an extracted bios?  I just want to get rid of the core clock limit (+135) and enable power limit in afterburner.  I have a 980M 8GB with gsync in a Clevo P650RG-G. 

 

Or, if anyone is doesn't mind doing it for me, this is the bios I extracted.

GM204.rom

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Hi, I'm having trouble with OC my laptop. I have an Alienware 18, SLI 980M GTX 8GO, Intel i7 extrem 4940MX, it runs very well but I would like to boost it a little bit.

I tried the bios offered on page 1, but they make me a black screen. Do you have the opportunity to edit my vbios to me in OC? I transfer the 2 vbios because they are both different for SLI compatibility.

 

If anyone knows how to do it, I would be very grateful to him. thanks in advance

 

 

GM204 bios 1.rom

GM204 bios 2.rom

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So is this safe to use with a GeForce 980M without G-sync on an Alienware 17 R1? I am kinda anxious about this. Which driver would you people suggest for windows 10 if 347.09 is useless and broken?

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17 minutes ago, darkerhorizons said:

https://ufile.io/62y0x

 

as it appears, i have the same vbios as the original poster of this vbios. 

 

could you please link me to a modified vbios?

 

thanks Klem!

Hi!

Ok. Check  PM.

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My issue:

After installing the modified bios, and raising voltage in Inspector to 1.06v (cannot handle at stock the 1202mhz) I now no longer run into my original TDP throttling issue however during gaming of the Witcher 3 (close to 100% GPU load) every 5 minutes I encounter 60-90 seconds of ~80% reduced FPS and audio stuttering as well. This did not happen with the original bios that came with my Dell 980m. My laptop is the Dell M6800.

 

I have isolated the issue to hardware/bios, the issue persists even after a clean OS and software install.

 

Is there a modified Dell 980m bios floating around? Perhaps there is some incompatibility between my motherboard and the new GPU bios. I Have played around with clocks, voltage, power settings, etc to no avail.

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Hi @Klem, as i see Prema is not associated anymore with this forum so his mod for my Asus G751JT with gtx 970m 3GB is gone, can i have a copy of it or can u send me one please?

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