Edited by jtrosky at 3-9-2017 12:27 |
Yeah, as tempting as it was to try and increase the memory speed in the BIOS, I figured that if it increased performance reliably and substantially, then Chuwi would have set it to the higher speed by default. After bricking my first Intel dual-boot tablet in a matter of days (by disabling the GDP device in BIOS), I've learned to not mess with the BIOS setting unless absolutely necessary. :-) It still drives me crazy that I have a brand new Onda Obook 11 Plus sitting here that is completely bricked (I tried EVERYTHING!). Ended up having to buy another one. Was a $250 lesson....
At least Chuwi gives you a way to reset the BIOS to defaults, which is something that I can't say about Onda! :-)