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MysticHyde
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BIOS Omen 15-ax235nf and CPU usage

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Omen 15 ax235nf
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Hello,

I recently bought an HP Omen and replaced the motherboard. It works well but the BIOS I downloaded from the HP website does not seem to be the same, I do not have the Omen logo at startup and my CPU is constantly running at 3.10 / 3.25GHz, even on the desktop while it should be 2.50GHz.

 

Could you help me ? Thank you !

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@MysticHyde wrote:

Hello,

I recently bought an HP Omen and replaced the motherboard..... 


@MysticHyde 

 

What is its part # ? Even SAME part # you still have different BIOS because you have different Windows license. Sound like you bought a deterrent board with different CPU.

 

Regards.

 

Regards.

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Hello !

 

Thanks for your help, I am using windows 10 professional 64bit.

 

I think I found the problem :

 

My new motherboard is a DAG35DMBAD0 (https://fr.aliexpress.com/item/4000790678393.html?spm=a2g0s.9042311.0.0.62eb6c37tzf0H0), which does not seem to be the same as ax235nf Laptops.

During my research on Google, I see it corresponds to ax240...

 

Could this be why the CPU is constantly working at maximum ?

 

(Sorry for my English, I am French).

 

Edit : my current bios is HPQOEM - 0 F.55 INSYDE Corp. - F550000

 

 

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