Dell venue 11 Pro i5 overclockED !

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  1. avs.andrew

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    How can I get IFR.txt for A13 7130? I can't wait to try it out.
     
  2. Martin Demin

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    I think that as long as you have it plugged in, it works.
     
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    what about the solution to 7130 with i3 ?
    to try ?
     
  4. PhytochromeFr

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    WOW! it works very well on DVP11 7130 vpro(i5 4300y) too! thanks!
     

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  5. Martin Demin

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    please to write manual step by step ) please
    I am very so so in fix hardware ) I have i3-4020Y

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  7. avs.andrew

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    Ok. So I've extracted IFR file for A13 7130 bios file. It seems it has same vars addresses. I did the changes from mods.txt (only the ones marked with *). Rebooted - didn't see any changes (not even removal of my personally hated 67 degrees temperature throttling). Afterwards did the memory address edit with bar-edit, and it worked! Partially. The temperature throttling is gone. But I didn't manage to see any effect of changing the turbo boost power max watts. I set it to 11w or 14w. I see a spike in performance for a second and then it's back to usual. ThrottleStop shows real tdp at 6W. Anyway even if TDP control doesn't work out - I am thankful for ability to get rid of thermal throttling!
     

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    it maybe cause of 7130 MS have Connected Standby. it have low power S0 idle function and so it doesn't enter S1-S3 state(normal sleep mode). that makes last step doesn't works.
     
  9. Martin Demin

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    Did you put the tablet to sleep after rewriting the memory address to 0x0000000 ? Is your battery meter showing "NOT charging" ?
    After waking up it will show something like"0x00DC000".
     
  10. avs.andrew

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    I did put to sleep the tablet with power button for 3-4 seconds. I didn't look at the battery icon, because the AC charger was 10 meters away from me. I would have to try again the process of memory reset with bar-edit and check afterwards the battery meter and memory value for the address. Thanks.
     
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