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Mobile Pascal TDP Tweaker v1.1.3.0 (03/24/2019):

  1. Added experimental support for mobile RTX cards (not tested);
  2. Bumped TDP preset values for GTX 1060, 1070, and 1080;
  3. Temporarily disabled support for desktop cards;
  4. Updated target .NET Framework to 4.6.1;
  5. Source code is available now;

Stress tested on an Alienware 17 R5 1070 (unlocked to 220W): https://www.3dmark.com/fs/17581159
I currently don't have mobile RTX card. If you can send me vBIOS for analysis or provide me feedback that will be great.

How to use "Checksum Correction" (no need to use it if you just use this software, it will automatically correct the checksum when it's saved):

  1. Write down the original 32-bit checksum of the vBIOS before modifying it through hex-editor;
  2. Mod your vBIOS through hex-editor and save it;
  3. Open your modded vBIOS in Mobile Pascal TDP Tweaker; input the original checksum that you just wrote down and click "Quick Fix". This will correct your checksum back to the original value (by using the 70 bytes right after string "Please");

Mainly support the notebook version of the GTX 1060, GTX 1070, and GTX 1080;

Preset TDP for notebook cards:

  • GTX 1060: 160 - 190W (target - limit);
  • GTX 1070: 185 - 215W (target - limit);
  • GTX 1080: 225 - 280W (target - limit);

ONLY support official factory vBIOS or vBIOS that was modded from this software.

It required a programmer (chip programming tool) to flash the vBIOS into the chip, or wait until a future NVFlash that can flash modded Pascal vBIOS;
Different kinds of programmers can be found on Ebay or Amazon; as long as the programmer supports your chip-set model, it should work. Check out the website of the programmer to see if it supports your vBIOS's chipset model;

Supported programmers could be:
http://www.coright.com/product/showproduct.php?lang=en&id=55
http://www.sofi-tech.com/upload/product/SP16/SP16F_List.htm
http://www.autoelectric.cn/MiniPro/MiniProSupportList.txt
..., etc.
Tutorials of using a programmer can be found on YouTube or Google:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FLG03f_ua5g
..., etc.

DISCLAIMER:
Nvidia and laptop/PC manufacturers have not tested or approved this piece of software. There will be no support and warranty provided from them in regard of using this software. This software is used for testing purpose and only for enthusiasts and experienced users.

Flashing the modded vBIOS from this software might void your laptop warranty. Inappropriately modding and using the vBIOS outside of the factory spec might results in hardware failure and black screen on boot. What you do with the vBIOS modded from this software is at your own RISK!

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@LaneLyng LaneLyng released this Dec 22, 2018 · 2 commits to master since this release

Mobile Pascal TDP Tweaker v1.1.2.0 (12/22/2018):

  1. Extended support for newer OC vBIOS (88W 1060, 125W 1070, and 180W 1080);
  2. Added more options for temperature controls (experimental);

Stress tested on an Alienware 17 R5 1070 (unlocked to 220W): https://www.3dmark.com/fs/17581159

How to use "Checksum Correction" (no need to use it if you just use this software, it will automatically correct the checksum when it's saved):

  1. Write down the original 32-bit checksum of the vBIOS before modifying it through hex-editor;
  2. Mod your vBIOS through hex-editor and save it;
  3. Open your modded vBIOS in Mobile Pascal TDP Tweaker; input the original checksum that you just wrote down and click "Quick Fix". This will correct your checksum back to the original value (by using the 70 bytes right after string "Please");

Mainly support the notebook version of the GTX 1060, GTX 1070, and GTX 1080;

Maximum recommended TDP for notebook cards:

  • GTX 1060: 120 - 140W (target - limit);
  • GTX 1070: 151 - 170W (target - limit);
  • GTX 1080: 215 - 258W (target - limit);

ONLY support official factory vBIOS or vBIOS that was modded from this software.

It required a programmer (chip programming tool) to flash the vBIOS into the chip, or wait until a future NVFlash that can flash modded Pascal vBIOS;
Different kinds of programmers can be found on Ebay or Amazon; as long as the programmer supports your chip-set model, it should work. Check out the website of the programmer to see if it supports your vBIOS's chipset model;

Supported programmers could be:
http://www.coright.com/product/showproduct.php?lang=en&id=55
http://www.sofi-tech.com/upload/product/SP16/SP16F_List.htm
http://www.autoelectric.cn/MiniPro/MiniProSupportList.txt
..., etc.
Tutorials of using a programmer can be found on YouTube or Google:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FLG03f_ua5g
..., etc.

DISCLAIMER:
Nvidia and laptop/PC manufacturers have not tested or approved this piece of software. There will be no support and warranty provided from them in regard of using this software. This software is used for testing purpose and only for enthusiasts and experienced users.

Flashing the modded vBIOS from this software might void your laptop warranty. Inappropriately modding and using the vBIOS outside of the factory spec might results in hardware failure and black screen on boot. What you do with the vBIOS modded from this software is at your own RISK!

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@LaneLyng LaneLyng released this Jun 26, 2017 · 6 commits to master since this release

Mobile Pascal TDP Tweaker v1.1.1.0 (06/26/2017):

  1. Added support for vBIOS extracted directly from the chip-set;
  2. Added support for Titan X Pascal and Titan Xp(experimental);
  3. Better support for some vBIOS that have no name;

How to use "Checksum Correction" (no need to use it if you just use this software, it will automatically correct checksum when it's saved):

  1. Write down the original 32-bit checksum of the vBIOS before modifying it through hex-editor;
  2. Mod your vBIOS through hex-editor and save it;
  3. Open your modded vBIOS in Mobile Pascal TDP Tweaker; input the original checksum that you just wrote down and click "Quick Fix". This will correct your checksum back to the original value (by using the 70 bytes right after string "Please");

Mainly support the notebook version of the GTX 1060, GTX 1070, and GTX 1080;

Maximum recommended TDP for notebook cards:

  • GTX 1060: 120 - 140W (target - limit);
  • GTX 1070: 151 - 170W (target - limit);
  • GTX 1080: 215 - 258W (target - limit);

ONLY support official factory vBIOS (you can find it from your manufacture's support webpage or TechPowerUp) or vBIOS that modded from this specific software.

It required a programmer (chip programming tool) to flash the vBIOS into the chip, or wait until a future NVFlash that can flash modded Pascal vBIOS;
Different kinds of programmers can be found on Ebay or Amazon; as long as the programmer supports your chip-set model, it should work. Check out the website of the programmer to see if it supports your vBIOS's chipset model;

Supported programmers could be:
http://www.coright.com/product/showproduct.php?lang=en&id=55
http://www.sofi-tech.com/upload/product/SP16/SP16F_List.htm
http://www.autoelectric.cn/MiniPro/MiniProSupportList.txt
..., etc.
Tutorials of using a programmer can be found on YouTube or Google:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FLG03f_ua5g
..., etc.

Testing a 230W vBIOS on the MSI GTX 1070:
Stable daily overclock: http://www.3dmark.com/fs/12853401
Highest overclock (unstable): http://www.3dmark.com/fs/12905522

Feedback and suggestions are welcome: openware1134@gmail.com
Currently it's not open-source.

Reference:
http://www.voltground.com/haven/threads/94/
http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/showthread.php?180607-Tutorial-How-to-fix-a-bios-checksum

DISCLAIMER:
Nvidia and laptop/PC manufacturers have not tested or approved this piece of software. There will be no support and warranty provided from them in regard of using this software. This software is used for testing purpose and only for enthusiasts and experienced users.

Flashing the modded vBIOS from this software might void your laptop warranty. Inappropriately modding and using the vBIOS outside of the factory spec might results in hardware failure and black screen on boot. What you do with the vBIOS modded from this software is at your own RISK!

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@LaneLyng LaneLyng released this Jun 20, 2017 · 7 commits to master since this release

Mobile Pascal TDP Tweaker v1.1.0.0 (06/20/2017):

  1. Small bugs fixed;
  2. Black screen fix for some non-gsync vBIOS and old vBIOS;
  3. Interface redesigned and polished;
  4. Added "Preset" button (only for notebook cards);
  5. Added "Extreme" section for hard-core users to completely remove power throttling (not recommended, inappropriately modifying these values can easily burn your card!);
  6. Added convenient "Tools" section for hex-editor users;
  7. Support desktop Pascal vBIOS (experimental; 1060, 1070, 1080, and 1080Ti only);

How to use "Checksum Correction" (no need to use it if you just use this software, it will automatically correct checksum when it's saved):

  1. Write down the original 32-bit checksum of the vBIOS before modifying it through hex-editor;
  2. Mod your vBIOS through hex-editor and save it;
  3. Open your modded vBIOS in Mobile Pascal TDP Tweaker; input the original checksum that you just wrote down and click "Quick Fix". This will correct your checksum back to the original value (by using the 70 bytes right after string "Please");

Mainly support the notebook version of the GTX 1060, GTX 1070, and GTX 1080;

Maximum recommended TDP:

  • GTX 1060: 120 - 140W (target - limit);
  • GTX 1070: 151 - 170W (target - limit);
  • GTX 1080: 215 - 258W (target - limit);

ONLY support official factory vBIOS (you can find it from your manufacture's support webpage or TechPowerUp) or vBIOS that modded from this specific software.

It required a programmer (chip programming tool) to flash the vBIOS into the chip, or wait until a future NVFlash that can flash modded Pascal vBIOS;
Different kinds of programmers can be found on Ebay or Amazon; as long as the programmer supports your chip-set model, it should work. Check out the website of the programmer to see if it supports your vBIOS's chipset model;

Supported programmers could be:
http://www.coright.com/product/showproduct.php?lang=en&id=55
http://www.sofi-tech.com/upload/product/SP16/SP16F_List.htm
http://www.autoelectric.cn/MiniPro/MiniProSupportList.txt
..., etc.
Tutorials of using a programmer can be found on YouTube or Google:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FLG03f_ua5g
..., etc.

Testing a 230W vBIOS on the MSI GTX 1070:
Stable daily overclock: http://www.3dmark.com/fs/12853401
Highest overclock (unstable): http://www.3dmark.com/fs/12905522

Feedback and suggestions are welcome: openware1134@gmail.com
Currently it's not open-source.

Reference:
http://www.voltground.com/haven/threads/94/
http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/showthread.php?180607-Tutorial-How-to-fix-a-bios-checksum

DISCLAIMER:
Nvidia and laptop manufacturers have not tested or approved this piece of software. There will be no support and warranty provided from them in regard of using this software. This software is used for testing purpose and only for enthusiasts and experienced users.

Flashing the modded vBIOS from this software might void your laptop warranty. Inappropriately modding and using the vBIOS outside of the factory spec might results in hardware failure and black screen on boot. What you do with the vBIOS modded from this software is at your own RISK!

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@LaneLyng LaneLyng released this May 31, 2017 · 7 commits to master since this release

Mobile Pascal TDP Tweaker v1.0.0.0 (05/31/2017):

  1. Adjust base and max target TDP values;
  2. Adjust base and max target temperature values;
  3. Unlock or lock slide control for TDP and temperature;
  4. Adjust temperature for throttling dynamic clocks (experimental);
  5. No voltage modification;

Currently support the mobile versions of: GTX 1060, GTX 1070, and GTX 1080;
Maximum recommended TDP:

  • GTX 1060: 120 - 140W (base - max);
  • GTX 1070: 200 - 216W (base - max);
  • GTX 1080: 220 - 250W (base - max);

ONLY support official factory vBIOS (you can find it from your manufacture's support webpage or TechPowerUp) or vBIOS modded from this specific software.

This software cannot completely remove power throttling, there are still other throttling mechanisms causing Pwr throttling that is being investigated;
It required a programmer (chip programming tool) to flash the vBIOS into the chip, or wait until a future NVFlash that can flash modded Pascal vBIOS;
Different kinds of programmers can be found on Ebay or Amazon; as long as the programmer supports your chip-set model, it should work. Check out the website of the programmer to see if it supports your vBIOS's chipset model;

Supported programmers could be:
http://www.sofi-tech.com/upload/product/SP16/SP16F_List.htm
http://www.autoelectric.cn/MiniPro/MiniProSupportList.txt
..., etc.
Tutorials of using a programmer can be found on YouTube or Google:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FLG03f_ua5g
..., etc.

Over 3 months and 200 hours of testing on a MSI GTX 1070 (216W modded):
Stable daily overclock: http://www.3dmark.com/fs/12765819
Highest overclock (unstable): http://www.3dmark.com/fs/11661315

Feedback and suggestions are welcome: openware1134@gmail.com
Currently it's not open-source.

Reference:
http://www.voltground.com/haven/threads/94/
http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/showthread.php?180607-Tutorial-How-to-fix-a-bios-checksum

DISCLAIMER:
Nvidia and laptop manufacturers have not tested or approved this piece of software. There will be no support and warranty provided from them in regard of using this software. This software is used for testing purpose and only for enthusiasts and experienced users.

Flashing the modded vBIOS from this software might void your laptop warranty. Inappropriately modding and using the vBIOS outside of the factory spec might results in hardware failure and black screen on boot. What you do with the vBIOS modded from this software is at your own RISK!

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