I was trying to find a way of getting more than 300+ on my A15's VRAM on the 3070 only to come across an article saying that ASUS decided to cripple the potential memory OC because of people mining?
Like really... no one else bothered legging up their laptops to foil miners and well... the mining phase has apparently died out now. Would you mind giving us a VBIOS like it originally was so I can try to get the most out of my machine please?
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I am aware of the test procedures for VBIOS and the likes. My point is the original VBIOS versions allowed for higher VRAM overclocks. Later released versions had a +300 cap to combat crypto mining. Could you tell me if the original VBIOS for the FA507RR had an uncapped memory OC profile?
Current BIOS version is 315. Though, I'm pretty sure the VBIOS is different. I've been reflashing VBIOS on a Legion 5 as a project recently. Unless ASUS specifically does it differently on the TUF series of laptops?
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