Maybe try to update the BIOS & Keyboard firmware
maybe try to unfix the screw of fans and lock the screw back tighter
Will check with our RD about it
could you identify where the sound is from? possibly the interference of fan and mechanical parts while fan speed up
could you share me the version of BIOS/Intel graphic driver/NV driver?
are you doing sleep or hibernate on your laptop?
165W should be enough for casual use
Several things you could try:
1. Update NV driver, no matter from GIGABYTE or NVIDIA
2. Update BIOS
3. Update Intel UHD graphic driver
4. Max out...
maybe try perform F9 recovery
Maybe try repasting of thermal grease, but be careful when you disassemble thermal module
Maybe try F9 recovery
Hi the release mainly focus on CPU microcode change, no other major change
you could find it in Smart Update......Smart Manager is just for system setting only
maybe try update Intel HD driver & NV driver
I've checked in our lab and it works.......maybe try detach + attach the battery
all I can say at this moment is stay tuned with us......
Maybe try update the Fusion software or keyboard firmware
Try to re-install the Intel HD driver to see if it works
install the original one back first, and try install the new one again
let me check with our SW RD
try to install only one RAM and boot first, if it could be powered on successfully, then install another one and try again
it's true that we're planning something new, however like what I replied in other thread, the driver support will continue
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