2018 Samsung Notebook 9 (13.3" / 15" / Pen)

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  1. huberth

    huberth Notebook Deity

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    I don't have any games on my notebook, but I ran the Heaven Benchmark and recoreded it with the screen recorder. Perhaps this is useful for you: (See video in post below)
     
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    I figured it out. Needed to change recorder settings to high quality. Here it is:



    Do you see any screen tearing?

    Re VSynch, I found this:
    Vertical Refresh or VSync, synchronizes the application with the monitor frame rate with the objective of removing screen tearing.

    Note! "Wait for Vertical Refresh" only works OpenGL 3D applications. When using other APIs such as DirectX® or Vulkan®, VSync is controlled via the 3D application graphics settings.
    https://support.amd.com/en-us/kb-articles/Pages/DH-012.aspx
     
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  3. huberth

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    A new bios just came out. Ver P03AGM. I'm not sure what it does it says to improve system stability. I just installed it and it works fine.
     
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    EDIT: Post no longer relevant.
     
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  5. huberth

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    PCMark 10 after BIOS P03AGM upgrade ( Fn+Q High Performance Mode - but without undervolting):
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    Hey guys... I have the Samsung 2018 notebook, Always 13.3 with 16GB RAM and 512GB SSD. (Bought from Hong kong where they have slightly higher default specs).

    Is there any tutotial / how to upgrade the SSD to say 1TB and whether there is any limitation on which EVO SSD i should be using (860 / 930 / 960 etc) for this machine?


     
  8. Edmund Honda

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    Hey guys... I have the Samsung 2018 notebook, Always 13.3 with 16GB RAM and 512GB SSD. (Bought from Hong kong where they have slightly higher default specs).

    Is there any tutorial / how to upgrade the SSD to say 1TB and whether there is any limitation on which EVO SSD i should be using (860 / 930 / 960 etc) for this machine?
     
  9. daibatzu

    daibatzu Notebook Guru

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    Hello, I just wanted to ask a few questions about the 13 inch version of this laptop.
    a. Does the display have PWM?
    b. Is the display any good, it is 1080p
    c. Any worries about build quality? Do you think it can last 3 years?

    Many Thanks
     
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    Maybe this will help:
    https://medium.com/@sebvance/how-to...o-a-samsung-960-evo-nvme-m-2-ssd-1d64eed914a9
     
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