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Got up to 1030 so far on my core with the new modded Clevo BIOS, thanks Svl :) All the Dell bios files in the first post are first revisions right? I'll try flashing them later on today.

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troid, which clevo do you have?

If it's an HM, how is your HDMI?

I have a P150Hm, no luck with the HMDI either. 1.1vcore BIOS is giving the P150HM a hard time, i can reach up to 1065Mhz core but it's not fully stable. Would a bigger PSU help or is this a mobo issue? Getting close to 7K GPU tough :)

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Interesting how our specs are so similar (I have the 2630QM as well).

What is your max temp for the GPU (at 1.1V) and CPU?

BTW, thank you for confirming that the dell vbios works with our system.

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I'm back on 1.075v, will test 1.1v max temp later. Got a nice update on the HDMI issue, it's driver related everything works fine untill the AMD driver gets loaded into the system.

Update:

Hitting 93° on the Furmark burn-in benchmark with 1.075v at 1020/1450..

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I Would a bigger PSU help or is this a mobo issue?

I think this might be a mobo issue (but I haven't tried using another PSU).

Or it could even be the MXM board as well.

The reason I say that is because when I stress just the GPU (with atitool) it shouldn't use up all 180W from the PSU since the CPU isn't being stressed.

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Svl7 would it be possible to get a 1000/15000 mod clock version of the Clevo W270HM 1.075V version? This would fix screen tearing without being stuck with fixed 3D clocks.

edit:

3Dmark11 ~7100 GPU score

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I am new here but also have a p150hm - Really impressive stuff with the bios - my card arrived with only 0.975v (7970m) , which means any decent overclock is difficult. I intend to try this vbios, once i have the right permissions :)

Thanks for the good work

PJ

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Hi svl7 I would also like to request a 1000/1500 vbios as well. Manual oc'ing just doesn't work at all in my system!

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I have a M17x R4 with 7970m, able to hit 925/1300 @ stock voltage.

Thank you very much!

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Nice clocks guys. Those requesting vbios i think you can just use SVL7 and friends Vbios Patcher. They made it to modify 7970m vbios for your own needs. You can make multiple vbios yourself and just flash the one you want at the time. This way you can figure your own clocks and voltages out. SvL7 is awesome like that.

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Could someone maybe look at my Bios if (s)he have time please cause i think it's default voltage is 1.0v and yeah it gets a bit annoying that i have to change the voltage via Software everytime :/

Here it is

Thanks

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Could someone maybe look at my Bios if (s)he have time please cause i think it's default voltage is 1.0v and yeah it gets a bit annoying that i have to change the voltage via Software everytime :/

Here it is

Thanks

file is corrupt. downloaded it twice.

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should it work with the VBios Patch Programm which svl7 created, cause that would explain the crashing of the tool. I did the backup via "atiflash -s 0 rom.rom" command which should be sufficient i hope :o

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yo, that should actually work with svl7's patcher. get a new backup of your vbios and try or upload it again.

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Man I'm stupid it can't even work now due to the fact that I have a clevo 7970m with a premodded VBios. I downloaded a valid clevo VBios from another member and it didn't work either.

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The tool currently doesn't work with the Clevo vbios. What do you need to get adjusted?

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The only thing that i wanted to know is what stock voltage my 7970m have, cause I have to manually modify my voltage from 1.000 to 1.050 with the AMD drivers Profile trick.

Thanks in advance

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hi guys!!im new to this forum!!(svl7 helped me sometimes in notebookreview forum)yesterday i installed mine 7970m ton my HM laptop and everything works great expect the vbios voltage is 0.975.is it possible to flash 1.05v bios?about overclock why overdrive settings are missing from ccc?thx and congratulations for the hard work!!! :)

edit:svl7 is it possible to make a bios with 1.05v for my card?thx my friend!

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I really assume that this is only an issue with the api or monitoring software... as long as you use a stock vbios the actual voltage should be 1.05V.

How's the card performing in games and benchmarks at stock clocks? No issues?

The only thing that i wanted to know is what stock voltage my 7970m have, cause I have to manually modify my voltage from 1.000 to 1.050 with the AMD drivers Profile trick.

Stock voltage of an unmodified 7970m vbios is 1.05V. The reported value might be wrong or something else is off... how's the card performing? Temps? Clocks? All fine?

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i just installed the modded vbios(1.075v) and my card is still in 0.975v in 3d mode...i checked this with gpu shark and cpuid hwmonitor.pls help!!!!

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I really assume that this is only an issue with the api or monitoring software... as long as you use a stock vbios the actual voltage should be 1.05V.

How's the card performing in games and benchmarks at stock clocks? No issues?

Stock voltage of an unmodified 7970m vbios is 1.05V. The reported value might be wrong or something else is off... how's the card performing? Temps? Clocks? All fine?

Actually not really cause at stock I can only OC to about 920/1560 and the voltage stays at 1.0v according to several tools i used. Then i tried the old trick that I used on my old 5870 and 6990m and created a OC profile in CCC and opened it with notepad++ and changed the target 3d voltage from 1000 to 1050 and only then my card reports the desired voltage value of 1.050 that i wanted to have (used same tools of course to check the voltage) and can OC to 1000/1560 without any issues

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Very interesting, I'll need to look at the vbios. Which version are you currently using?

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