How to Improve Atom Performance. Windows Tweaks & RAM Settings (2016)

How to improve the performance of your Atom-powered device. Please note the RAM setting tweaks are risky, touching other settings in the bios could result in a bricked device. To enable high-performance mode in the power settings run this app:!0AcHnCjL!4B-SWXgWWMfqeW2iuqI4G0NNXbMKHGNTRPxypLLHTDk Not all devices will have all bios settings available, some have completely locked down bios menus without such options. The tablet featured in this video is a Chuwi Hi12: Please do subscribe for more videos: About: Tech Tablets reviews the latest in Chinese tablets, mobile phones, and other related gadgets. We aim to deliver honest reviews, from a user perspective to help you choose the best Chinese tablet for your needs. Covering points that matter to you as a user with comparisons, benchmarks and testing popular games on the tablets. Follow TechTablets:: Web: Fourms: Twitter:


  1. Nice, the top result of someone that can actually TALK in a video!!! :)

    Crap not about overclocking. :(
  2. I will never buy any Chinese tablets. But I appreciate your video.
  3. bitch ruined tablet the stinking American pig
    Сука гандон испортил мне планшет идиот конченный производительность повысит хуй на у меня вообще не запускается тока по питание на клавиатуре мигает
  4. it works but android wont boot up, only windows, i m trying to develope a x64 version of remix os with root access changing the driver files of remix os and putting the chuwi android drivers installed in the system using ubuntu
  5. To all those thinking of the bios settings here:
    There is a safe WITHIN windows tweak available to speed it up regardless of brand or BIOS.

    open the run command box either using a physical or the on screen keyboard win+r
    type in system.ini
    it will open a system file reading something like this:

    ; for 16-bit app support



    modify the 386Enh to read 30000Enh, that increases the RAM cycles managed by Windows automatically adjusting voltage hence making it run faster. WARNING: the 30000 number has been the safe peak in my experience, going higher could increase performance or BURN the RAM chips so I strongly recommend you DO NOT go beyond that amount, if doing so it is at your own risk.

    Immediately below the 386Enh add the following 2 lines of command checking the spelling so they do work:


    These commands are telling the system to hold the peak commit charge and to always prioritize the use of RAM over pagefile.

    After the changes the file should look something like this:

    ; for 16-bit app support



    It is very important you only perform the 3 changes mentioned, the rest of the file could vary across systems; when done save the file as system.ini to the desktop making sure to save it as "all files" type and NOT as text (by default it will not allow to save changes within the same file), then just cut/copy the file from the desktop and paste in the "C:\Windows" folder confirming the replacement when prompted. the file on the desktop can be deleted afterwards.

    The increase in overall performance should be noticeable immediately, if not reboot the system and how much it will increase depends on all the running services/processes which in turn depend on the installed/running programs and the hardware installed.

    I have used this tweak in systems from XP to 10 both 32 and 64 bit for over 10 years on systems as low specced as a pentium II @ 300MHz. with 160MB RAM running Windows XP SP3 Professional and get a fairly noticeable overall speed up.
  6. You just fix my "flickering" issue when low brightness was applied! Thanks
  7. 7:14 there is a much easier way to get into the bios. When you click on the power button hold SHIFT while pressing restart. Then go to troubleshoot , Advanced options lastly UEFI Firmware settings.

    I think the hardware in my Hi12 is slightly different to yours though. Where yours says LPDDR3 Device Density 4GB on yours mine says LPPDR3 Device Density 8GB
  8. Hi TechTablets!. I saw your nice video. grate! ... can ask something about Hi13 model. I lost Setting system. But try and try to hard work on reinstallation. so I almost recovered the system. But only one thing is not working. that's Screen rotation by the sensor. could you help me? some information anything? (for Ex  Driver name...^^- I resting by all manually setting to recovered) thanks!
  9. do these tweaks work on the hi13 as well?
  10. I really wish they would make a powerful 8" tablet with a core M processor
  11. do the bios setting affect only windows? any tweaks for android?
  12. On my Hi12 chrome is awfully sluggish, when pinch and zooming and when scrolling and just in general. All other apps work fine. I've tried to reset it and disable hardware acc as well but this doesn't help. Is anyone else have the same issue and a fix? cheers
  13. Now that I lost 140€ and 28 days of waiting can you explain why it bricked? I'm certain that I only changed frequency A from 1067 to 1600 and DDR DVFS to enabled
  14. Just received my chuwi Hi10 plus and changed ram speed to 1600
    After 10 min of waiting I can say that it is BRICKED
  15. Thanks a lot. I followed your instruction and I overclock my Hi12. Another question I would like to ask is could I able to update the android version from 5.1 to higher 6/7/8? Some good app might only support for higher version of android. Thank you very much.
  16. Thank you! Helped improve my nuvision tablet so I can finally take notes with the pen!
  17. Hello TechTablets and bros and siss, who follow this guide.
    I have just done it and go down from Earth to Hell and then up to Heaven.
    Here is my own experience, hope it will help anyone in this Group have same issued like me:
    My device is Chuwi H10 Pro (half day unboxing).
    I updated the latest for Windows, Windows Defender first.
    Then I did the Tweak in the Windows OS (battery setting, advance setting, etc...) which Tech Tablet showed in the video.
    After this step, I already have a feeling that my device is more quicker 10% (as all animations are disabled, i think so).
    Next, even I known its risky and should not do if you do not know exactly what you are doing.
    But I choose to follow the final step - the Bios Tweak.

    My chip is Atom Z8350, all the same with Chuwi H12 in video. Battery at 100% fully charged.
    My Bios have exactly the same setup and option list as showed in the video.
    I changed exactly as TechTablet guided (I watched at least 3 times before doing, and when doing it each step I watched again first then stop the clip, did the tweak, then unpaused to continue watching and tweaking).
    So you can say I am 100% followed as the guide, no missing, no mis tweak, no more no less.

    Then Save&Exit => the Chuwi screen showed up after 10 seconds. Now bad things happened:
    - I saw some slim white lines flashed at the edge (near the Chuwi logo - background now is black color).
    - After 5 seconds, all the screen turning in white with slim black lines freezing at the same location before.
    - Ok, fine, not yet terrified, my pant is still dry. I back to laptop for surfing web, waiting its for auto-solving.
    - After 30 mins, I looked back to my sweetie, she is still white with black brows (angry with me, maybe?)
    - Now my pant is wet, after changing another diaper (I sure it will wet again, diaper is a best choice, I suggest), I press the Power button, hold it for 10 seconds.
    - Screen is off.
    - Hold down Power button agains 10 seconds, screen is on, Chuwi logo is on, and this TERRIFED slim white lines is ON.
    - Only 1 thing change, no more white screen with slim black lines showed up, the screen just keeping off and on with Chuwi logo and those lines together.
    - Ok, boot-loop I guessed? Lucky diaper in da house (now you guys know why).
    - Then I hold down the Power button 10 seconds, my device shut down.
    - Press and hold again Power, it didnt wake up, red line flashing => OMG RLOD (Red line of the Dead ???!!!)
    - Ok, need new diaper for sure, ....(after 2 mins).... I came back and put in the Power jack, press and hold the Power button several times in 10 second, till you will see the red light stop flashing, it hang on there => Red light is freezing now.
    => Chuwi wake up like a miracle, no more TERRRIFIED slim lines flashing, take 5 secs to boot up, 10 secs into Win and smoothly as fuc3.
    => Miracle or am I lucky? I dont know, now I am happy with my sweetie.

    Wish that my own experience can help you guys figure out something to solve if had problem after tweaking.
    in my case, I have all kind of worst solutions can happend => screen scratched, white screen freezing, bootloop logo, Red Light of the Dead (if you are a fan of Console you will know this word).
    But, now all solved.
    Thank you for the guide, TechTablet...!

    Updated: as I check back the system by cmd
    wmic memorychip get speed
    => 1067
    => So I just lucky to reset the BIOS back to default, I guess so?
    => So if you have issued after following this guide, you can use my method to at least bring back the BIOS to default.
  18. Awesome video, here is the solution for something was driving me crazy: my chuwi hi10 had very slow write (very slow installing software and updates) , so i had to go to "my computer" >right click> administrate ->disk admin->right click on drive 0 -> properties -> Directive->DISABLE "Write cache"
    Inmediatelly my tablet speeded up
  19. i just enabled gfx boost and my tablet not working any more.. what can I do?
  20. please help me my pc tab stuck in bios/boot

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