3820TG Owner's Lounge - Part Two

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  1. Jäck

    Jäck Notebook Enthusiast

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    Tried that Ati CCC to quality, no help :/
     
  2. Maurik

    Maurik Notebook Consultant

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    Is there any way to monitor fan speed (RPM)?

    My left fan (CPU) making a rumbling / clicking noise that I'm a little concerned about.
     
  3. zZarZiLLoSs

    zZarZiLLoSs Notebook Enthusiast

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    Ohhhhhhhhhhhhhh Thank you very much, I have now acquired the model in Spain

    Acer Aspire TimelineX 3820TZG-P614G50

    Processor: Intel Pentium Dual Core P6100 (2.00 Ghz \/ 3 MB cache)
    Memory: 4 Gb. DDR3 1066 Mhz. (expandable to 8 Gb.)
    Hard disk: 500 Gb. at 5400 rpm.
    Operating system: Windows 7 Home Premium (64-bit)
    Network: Gigabit Ethernet, Wifi-N and Bluetooth
    Graphics card: ATI Mobility Radeon HD 5470 (512 Mb. DDR3 memory)
    Display: 13.3 HD (1366 x 768) CineCrystal LED technology.
    Dimensions: 324 x 235 x 29 mm.
    Weight: 2.07 Kg.
    Other: 3 USB ports, VGA output, HDMI output, S\/PDIF output, Reader 5 in 1, multi-touch touchpad and webcam.
     
  4. too456

    too456 Resident Angry Bird

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    That's weird, I never knew there was a 3820 model with a Pentium Dual Core. Also, shouldn't the weight be 1.8kg, unless the battery is 9 cell?
     
  5. Damarious25

    Damarious25 Notebook Consultant

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  6. zZarZiLLoSs

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    A few months ago Acer presented its TimelineX range in society, an evolution of the well-known series Timeline replacing low consumption by new models Arrandale CPUs (Core i3, i5 and i7 of 2 cores), unless its autonomy is too resintiese why

    The version from which I speak today, equipped with an Intel Pentium Dual Core P6100 microprocessor to 2 Ghz with a power similar to the of a Pentium Dual Core 900, allows the realization of all kinds of multimedia and everyday tasks.

    The main advantage of these new chips Pentium, P6000 series they are based on Westmere architecture (which use the Core i3, i5 and i7 of 2 cores), integrated into the own microprocessor memory DDR3, the integrated graphics controller and the PCI Express controller, circumstance that considerably reduces the energy consumption of the system. In addition, fitted a larger amount of cache improves performance of the microprocessor allowing you to offer a power equivalent to that of models Pentium DC significantly with a speed of higher clock (more Mhz.).

    Available than 4 Gb memory DDR3 1066 Mhz (dual channel) and a hard drive from 500 Gb to 5400 rpm.
     
  7. Maurik

    Maurik Notebook Consultant

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    Looks nice, though for me it's more the weight rather than the size. I'd like to have a 15" with the 3820tg spec (or a bit better these days), under 1.9kg...

    I'd like to see an Envy 15 or XPS 15z with with about 600 grams shaved off.
     
  8. Sxooter

    Sxooter Notebook Virtuoso

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    The closest thing to a 3820TG in a lightweight 15" is the Sony SE. It has a bright high contrast 1080p screen but a mild color shift problem. 2nd gen core i5 CPU and an AMD 6630 GPU option. Weight is 4.4lbs
     
  9. coltsmild

    coltsmild Notebook Enthusiast

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    Hey all,

    I'm wondering if the 3820tg has a WoL (Wake on LAN) feature. I checked the specs and it seems like it does, but I can't find it on the BIOS how to enable it.

    Any help?
     
  10. sumdumguy

    sumdumguy Notebook Enthusiast

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    It's enabled by default. The option is just hidden, like so many other things in a laptop BIOS.
     
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