Hi xonar . I have an msi gt70 onc. This bios it works fine whith my nb???
By the way im having some issues whith mi ssd disk ocz aguility 3 its working at sata 2 speed,i put the disk in the sata III bay. I try with the LPM REG and nothig, the ITRS it detects like 6gb disk speed, but reads at 200 mb/s and write at 180 mb/s
I hpe you can help me
Ps. Sorry mi english.
Hey, it's me again :D
I tried to flash the new E16FKAMS.D0G BIOS on my gx60 3ae (hitman edition. richland apu, but still 7970, not 8970) und now my windows only boots in secure-mode (or whatever it's name is, in english.. german it's "Abgesicherter Modus"). I had E16FKAMS.D06 before. Eralier I read a lot about different bioses for differend harddrive configurations. Now the russian website (i got mine from russia) and the us-website have the same bios, the D0G but it doesn't seem to work O-o Any experiences?
Sorry, if this looked offtopic, I thought some might know..
But I also have some interesting informations for those who halfbricked their notebooks:
Yesterday I had it in this state again: AFUDOS.EXE E16FKAMS.D0G /P /N /K /RECOVERY. It rebootet, screen black but access to all connected drives, at least after Ctrl+Home while restarting. But it didn't load the bios from cd or flashdrive. The solution was quite simple: Disconnect the battery/cable on the mainboard to flush the settings.
Deleting the settings triggers the notebook to search for another BIOS on any drive, if it's named properly. Still not sure which it wants: the name I entered ( ~.D0G ), the name the bios before had ( ~.D06 ) or AMIBOOT.ROM, because I had all of them on the drive just to make sure, the damn thing will live again. But then after about 30sec it rebooted into the new BIOS.
Good luck to you!
I will go have a look meanwhile if you can provide a screenshot from Intel XTU, it can atleast show that throttling is from EC/BIOS.. Throttlestop should work in almost all cases but lets see if there are any updates.
Can you give me your current EC/BIOS full name? its needed.
As you can see on 99% im running at 3.19mhz 4 cores:(and at 45-50% on 3.49mhz)Attachment 9040here is the 3dmark11 result:NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780M video card benchmark result - Intel Core i7-4800MQ,Micro-Star International Co., Ltd. MS-1763
Sorry, but there is a way to disable NVidia Optimus by the BIOS in GT70 laptops?
Unless ofcourse this algorithm changed in Haswell.. In Ivy bridge, While working on 4 cores the processor would normally run at 3.19 Ghz, on 2 cores it can max at 3.29 Ghz and at 1 core, it can max out at 3.39 Ghz..
Same is the case with you, while benchmarking your CPU runs at 3.19 Ghz, using all cores, and without that it runs at 3.49 ghz on 1 core.
Its normal and I cant really see throttling in there, the issue should be elsewhere, i will search to see if Haswell has this feature too. But anyways i will check EC/BIOS but to be sure if anyone else can verify this because i dont see any signs of throttling.
Edit: I checked and saw this "with Turbo Boost up to 3.5 GHz (for 4 active cores), 3.6 GHz (for 2 active cores) and 3.7 GHz (for 1 active core)." so basically you are running at lower clocks for all processor states..
Can you try Ticking "Clock modulation' and 'chipset modulation' to 100% too? In Throttlestop, and do try both versions.. meanwhile i posted for latest EC/BIOS, do you know your current EC/BIOS, post version numbers here
Hi, I'm new here to the forum and I'm anxious to try out the unlock bios on my gt780r. Just a quick question, will this unlocked bios open up the option for the integrated grapchis? thanks.