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Is it possible if i gave you a Lenovo Y580 Bios which has the VBios integrated (GTX660) can you fully unlock it and give me the option to change the volts?

It is only possible if Lenovo implemented this feature in the BIOS itself, sometimes a lot of these features will be in the BIOS but the manufacturer hides it away from users because it helps prevent unnecessary changes from the user. I can only unhide these hidden features(to implement new features that was never there to begin with would require extension software and rewriting of the entire BIOS, which isn't worth all the trouble) but I can definitely take a look at it for ya when I get the chance.
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Did you ever manage to get a voltage unlock or a fan unlock for the g75vx?
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Did you ever manage to get a voltage unlock or a fan unlock for the g75vx?

You can adjust fan trip points for the CPU in the BIOS from my unlock system bios version, but I took that link down due to some issues that I am currently working on, but thats just for the CPU_ Voltage on the GPU is another story, haven't gotten to it yet_
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Anyone knows to to flash a vbios or downgrade one ? please let me know wink.gif
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i have done digging into my system & this is what i found :

Video BIOS Version: 70.26.36.00.0A
Video Chipset Revision: A1
Driver Version: 9.18.13.1421
DeviceInstanceId PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_1251&SUBSYS_FC051179&REV_A1\4&1575D52&0&0008
Hardware ID: PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_1251&SUBSYS_FC051179&REV_A1

can you help me kill the throttling using this data ?
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i have done digging into my system & this is what i found :

Video BIOS Version: 70.26.36.00.0A
Video Chipset Revision: A1
Driver Version: 9.18.13.1421
DeviceInstanceId PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_1251&SUBSYS_FC051179&REV_A1\4&1575D52&0&0008
Hardware ID: PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_1251&SUBSYS_FC051179&REV_A1

can you help me kill the throttling using this data ?

The throttle is tied to the thermals. I doubt that changing a Vbios will sort things out for you.

You should improve the cooling as mentioned earlier.

Clean the fan or even try to add additional fan if you can from the bottom with an open cover just for a test.

If your card was running hot from day one (hotter than the rest) that it could be hardware problem but still I think that the cooling is the key. Check the RPM on the fan that is cooling the GPU and see whether it is the same speed as the rest of the people using the same model of laptop.
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The throttle is tied to the thermals. I doubt that changing a Vbios will sort things out for you.

You should improve the cooling as mentioned earlier.

Clean the fan or even try to add additional fan if you can from the bottom with an open cover just for a test.

If your card was running hot from day one (hotter than the rest) that it could be hardware problem but still I think that the cooling is the key. Check the RPM on the fan that is cooling the GPU and see whether it is the same speed as the rest of the people using the same model of laptop.

No, its not a heating problem, all people have the same laptop that i have is having the same probelm, so No its not that.

its simple im asking for a way to flash vbios or mod the bios that is telling the GPU to throttle in normal thermal conditions which is at 75c.
is there a way to mod the .inf file or the bios or any damn way to fix it ?
post #68 of 658
Hi I am new here and really appreciating the great work your doing. I cannot believe the clocks you have managed httuner. Absolutely amazing. Well done!!
I'm currently running the same GTX 670MX on an MSI GT70 and was wondering wether your modded vbios will attach to my system bios in the same methods you have explained in an earlier post. I don't think it has been achieved yet on a gt70 with this card and I know for sure that many owners will greatly appreciate this unlock including myself. Thanks again for your time.
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Hi I am new here and really appreciating the great work your doing. I cannot believe the clocks you have managed httuner. Absolutely amazing. Well done!!
I'm currently running the same GTX 670MX on an MSI GT70 and was wondering wether your modded vbios will attach to my system bios in the same methods you have explained in an earlier post. I don't think it has been achieved yet on a gt70 with this card and I know for sure that many owners will greatly appreciate this unlock including myself. Thanks again for your time.

Do not attempt to use this vBIos file on any other laptops except the ASUS G75VX with BIOS .204 only_

You have to send me a copy of your vBIOS and I can modify it for you_
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post #70 of 658
Thanks httuner , Ok can I use Gpu-z to save the bios or should I use the previous software stated in dos mode? The cooling seems really good on these gt70's with gtx 670mx so I'd be interested in comparing benchmarks with you after the flash. The 670mx seems like a very clockable card overall with good stability, I have been told that the 675mx doesn't clock as much?? Less stable under stress.
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