06-23-2019 03:49 PM - edited 06-23-2019 04:00 PM
Hello, that's a shame.
I found this. But it is on OMEN 15-CE000 series, do you think it will work?
Or I install an older BIOS version that does not include comfort mode. This means a lower version than F.06.
Now I have F.08
What do you think about it?
06-23-2019 03:55 PM
That added comfort mode, I dont see how it would add back performance mode.
But I would wait to see what HP tells me this week first, before I started reinstalling bios's.
Flashing a bios is a whole different thing from updating Windows. If something goes wrong during the flash, you could brick the whole system. Its up to you.
06-23-2019 04:07 PM - edited 06-23-2019 11:38 PM
I dont see how it would add back performance mode.
I was wondering if canceling the comfort mode would change the OCC mode menu. And then I wondered if the reinstallation will not restore both comfort and performance modes.
You are right. Playing with BIOS are dangerous. I don't know if downgrade is easy to install?
All right, we'll wait for HP to answer.
06-24-2019 12:43 AM - edited 06-27-2019 04:23 AM
I would like to ask others who have Nvidia 1050 graphics.
How many power modes do you have? Two or three?
Thank you for your reaction.
Doesnt anyone really have NVidia 1050 graphics?
Or what type of processor and graphics do you have? And how many modes do you have in Omen Command Center (OCC)?
Thank you for all the answers.
Here's my example (my configuration):
I5-8300H Processor and NVidia 1050 Graphics - 2 modes in OCC
07-06-2019 02:53 PM - edited 07-06-2019 02:57 PM
because no one writes, so here I will write a list of the configuration other users have:
1. I5 8300H , Nvidia 1050: two modes in OCC
2. I7 8750H, Nvidia 1050Ti: two modes in OCC
3. I7 8750H, Nvidia 1070: three modes in OCC
07-15-2019 01:04 PM
I got a brief message from another person at HP who looked into it on his own. He couldn't get a confirmation exactly but said the modes available are based on the hardware you have installed. There was no list telling us what hardware gave what modes. But he seemed to think it was based on the CPU installed, then graphics.
Bottom line answer I got was, what ever is available on your system via the command center, is what its going to have and cannot be changed.
I did explain that the Omen Knowledge base article explaining the options per mode needed to be changed to reflect the fact that Performance Mode is NOT Standard in all models that offer a performance control option.
I dont know if that will get passed on to the right department or not.
Im sorry, That is the best I can do for you all on this matter.
I am not an employee, just a volunteer.