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  1. Hi all So I just got myself a ram upgrade for the laptop which is a mech-15hs, and to my disappointment, it doesnt support XMP, but would thaiphoon burner enable that? The chips I bought are supposed to "auto-overclocked" to highest potential, but obviously it just stays stock without xmp. These are the chips: https://www.kingston.com/dataSheets/HX426S15IB2_16.pdf The PNP profile is 15-17-17-35-60-467 & 2666mhz and thats the same first timings as the first xmp profile at 15-17-17, so is there any point of even getting thaiphoon burner at this point? Or would using that enable xmp and auto overclock and such? The CPU is an i7-7700hq, and I dont think anyone has gotten past 2666mhz with it anyway, so am I just beating a dead horse with TB? Or are my chips really that good out the box?
  2. Most likely, I think its more on the oem chipset quality then the cpu.
  3. I have it activacted in bios to allow it via control+P and Control I, But each time I do it shows thats its about to load up in the right hand corner but never does. Its not available in the F12 menu either. Any thoughts? Disable TMP maybe?
  4. Alright, I will try this soon since it doesnt use Thaiphoon burner. I contacted them and they said it would not work because of the bios limit which they cannot do anything about. Im just kinda scared to try since ive never done this before.
  5. I contacted thaiphoon burner, they said the software would not work because they cannot change settings that the bios has put in, so scratch that. Otherwise Im gonna try this. http://forum.techinferno.com/dell-latitude-vostro-precision/9690-14-dell-latitude-e6430-performance-upgrades-system-mods-9.html#post135616 How is this for 1866?
  6. Alright, here are my first ram benchmark results. What do you all think?
  7. "I have already created the IFR txt and showed you which variable you have to change (check post #72)." Oh, well my idea was that i create one with latest bios and there for maybe it would work with 2133 or 2400 with latest bios. So this bootx64 file can change the IFR variable? Im still looking into how to work with EFI files, or do I just replace it somewhere? "In a FAT32 flash drive"... Sorry now, im abit new to indepth stuff like this, how does one just do that?
  8. There is no xmp profile on, so that should be good. Im stil not sure how to find the UEFI as the tool link is still broken, and same with the blog giving me a 503 error each time I try and down load it. Maybe your referring to thaiphoon burner? The atonus guides link for this tool(https://www.sendspace.com/file/bouk3i) is broken as well. Is the nondemo 16 dollar thaiphoon burner the key to all of this?
  9. Alright, so Im going about this method to get to 2133 or 2400 via http://forum.techinferno.com/dell-latitude-vostro-precision/9690-14-dell-latitude-e6430-performance-upgrades-system-mods-7.html Unless you can think of a better one. I dont want to buy thaiphoon burner if I have too, but it might be necessary. I went through all the available bios and none of them did higher than 1866, so I chose the latest one doing that speed.
  10. Oh wow, thank you so much. I just have one question, how do I actually implement this? Im not sure how you even extracted this because the site for the donovan universal extractor is doing maintenance for however long. donovan6000's Blog: Universal IFR Extractor Also the link to the UEFITool 0.18.8l tool is broken. Since this is for the A17 bios, is that best since its the latest one doing 1866? Again im not sure how to implement this.
  11. Update: Well I went through all the bios's and found that A17 was the cut off point to which 1867 would no long be supported and the next one, A19 & A21(the last one) would force it at 1600. Interestingly none of them actually did 2133, but I assume in the path we are going that that will change. A17(current one on) Dell Latitude E6420 ATG System BIOS Driver Details | Dell US A19 www.dell.com/support/home/us/en/19/Drivers/DriversDetails?driverId=V99MK There isnt an A18 for whatever reason. I want to say that its the "1.5.33 version of the Intel PXE OROM." according to the bios "enhancement" description.
  12. Okay, so I went through all the old bios and the highest I could get it to was 1867 at 3rd latest bios. Any thoughts?
  13. Yes I am, but apparently I need either too use either an older bios(dell thing) or buy thaiphoon burner first. Or is there a way to do this without thaiphoon burner? Im using an i7 sandy bridge for latitude E6420, sorry about late reply. talking about it here also http://forum.techinferno.com/dell-latitude-vostro-precision/9690-14-dell-latitude-e6430-performance-upgrades-system-mods-7.html http://forum.techinferno.com/general-notebook-discussions/9950-getting-new-sodimms-kingston-hyperx-2133-however-3.html
  14. So will STPTool work just enough to enable xmp? You said it doesnt work on older laptops, but maybe it can just do that? Alright, I will try the older bios thing first before I get to thaiphoon burner. Do I just keep downgrading till one of them works at 1866 or 2133? Im really wanting to do 2400 at something like 11-12-13-31 and I can definitively do that with my new kingston ram that apparently can even do 2666mhz, though I dont think I will do more than 2400 or 2133 for stability reasons. The link you gave seems to orientate the UEFI variables for the purpose of increasing cpu multipliers and not ram, or was there something I missed?
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