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Does anyone have vBIOS for M5000M and M4000M that allows OC, power limit adjustments etc? 
 

need dell or hp based vBIOS

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17 minutes ago, Reciever said:

@Aaron44126 Perhaps Aaron might have some leads on that front?

Maybe @TheQuentincc might also have one. 

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I used M5000M for a while but my understanding is was that there is no way to push it above the stock power limit ...

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Just now, Aaron44126 said:

I used M5000M for a while but my understanding is was that there is no way to push it above the stock power limit ...

https://www.3dmark.com/compare/fs/19305249/fs/3684105
 

there is =] 

 

1212mhz is definitely above the stock 135mhz limit. 

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I didn't figured out how to remove the 135MHz limit, you should check techinferno, they might have some.

Otherwise just edit the bios using Maxwell Bios Tweaker and increase boost table by 135MHz, that way you could OC further and further by 135MHz step in bios + up to +135MHz with Afterburner.

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On 2/26/2023 at 10:56 PM, ssj92 said:

1212mhz is definitely above the stock 135mhz limit. 

 

And I was referring to the power limit (≈100W), not the clock speed limit ...

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I’ve decided to go with 980M 

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