Based on how Toshiba, Acer and HP have built their Carrizo laptops I think there is a very slim or non-existent chance I can release the tool to adjust the cTDP
The cooling and the VRM on most of the Carrizo laptops seen so far is absolute garbage, and increasing the power consumption and thermals any further would put the systems in severe risk.
There are way too many unknown variables (VRM, cooling, power brick, presence of dGPU) which can have a huge effect on the outcome and because of that increasing the TDP limit is anything but safe.
I think there are only two systems which can even remotely safely handle the 35/42W cTDP configuration: AMD reference system and Lenovo Y700-15ACZ. Even the AMD reference laptop despite it´s beefy VRM and dual cooling system cannot handle 35/42W continuously, as the VRM will reach the temperature limit at some point.
Based on what I´ve heard, most of the ODMs use systems originally designed for Carrizo-L (Mullins) for Carrizo too.
Since Carrizo-L is rated up to 25W only, limiting the TDP to 15/25W on Carrizo too makes some sense.Edited by The Stilt - 9/21/15 at 1:35am