Lenovo’s Research and Development (R&D) team has been burning the midnight oil to ensure that this BIOS update meets the high expectations of gamers. The journey began with the release of the Legion Go new BIOS version, where the team shared insights into their progress. One thing is clear; they are dedicated to delivering a BIOS update that balances speed with quality testing.
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What to Expect in BIOS v28
Let’s take a closer look at what this eagerly awaited BIOS update will offer:
- STAMP/STT Thermal Mode Switch: This addition allows users to choose between STT (default) mode, where APU power adjusts automatically based on surface temperature, and STAMP mode, where APU power strictly follows system settings.
- Memory Frequency Selection: Users can now switch between 6400MHz and 7500MHz for their memory frequency, offering more customization options.
- Charging Speed Optimization: Gamers will rejoice as they gain the ability to select charging speed under high loads, addressing a common concern.
- Enhanced USB-C Compatibility: The update includes an option to support more high-power USB devices through the USB-C port.
- 6GB VRAM Option: While this feature is still in the works for auto mode, it’s an exciting addition that will enhance gaming performance.
- Lenovo Fan Table Tuning Interface: A new interface will provide users with control over fan settings, paving the way for custom fan curves in future updates.
- sPPT/fPPT Tuning Support: Lenovo is also introducing support for sPPT/fPPT tuning, offering more control over power settings.
- Performance Improvements: Though details are scarce, the update promises to address performance issues, enhancing the overall gaming experience.
- VRAM Settings Fix: An essential fix ensures that custom VRAM settings take effect as intended.
- SD Reader Fixes: This update carries over the fixes from v26, ensuring a smoother experience with SD card readers.
- And More: Finally, the update includes a category cheekily labeled “Other fixes,” leaving room for pleasant surprises.
Lenovo is committed to delivering this substantial and robust BIOS update as quickly as possible, with a tentative release early Decemnber 2023.
While the China support site may be the first to receive it, gamers worldwide are eager to get their hands on these enhancements.
The LEGION GO BIOS v28 promises to elevate your gaming experience to new heights, and we can’t wait to see what Lenovo has in store for us.