ASUS G752 series VT VY VZ VL VS VW disassembly teardown repaste guide

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  1. IKAS V

    IKAS V Notebook Prophet

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    Great job on the guide but the time consuming and painstaking process is one of the reasons why I didn't get this model.
    Asus makes great laptops but they are not upgrade or maintenance friendly.
     
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    Mobius 1 Notebook Nobel Laureate

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    Okay, tell us if you get the plastic removed or not.




    They don't make good laptops, just ones that are difficult to maintain and disassemble.
     
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    I still think overall they make pretty good laptops, its been a while but the couple I've had were great.
    I know they are not the only brand that makes teardowns harder and more time consuming but like I said before its one of the reasons I tend to look elswhere first.
     
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    Thanks for the guide! I became quite interested about the connector on main board to power button switch. It looks like there are some more contacts there and button and LED do not need all of them. I wonder could it be a LPC debug port there? Do you have any idea why they made it like that?
     
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    To clean the fans, can i just take out the black translucent panel covering the fans and just use compressed air. Will that take away all the dust.
     
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    can i substitute Grizzly Kryonaut for thermal pad and k5 pro for applying in vrm? it says non conductive
     
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    hmscott Notebook Nobel Laureate

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    Kryonaut is forumulated too thin... it is like a standard TIM mix that needs shielding from the air or it will dry out. It works well for CPU / GPU mating to the heatplate, but if there is a gap - an air gap - it will dry and pull away like any other thin TIM paste.

    K5 Pro is made thick and gooey to keep it's shape and harden across the gap. Use Thermal Pads if possible and if there is still a gap use K5 Pro. K5 Pro will fill the whole gap even without a thermal pad.

    K5 Pro is actually used by some for CPU and GPU mating as well, but Kryonaut may perform better than K5 Pro in that special niche. :)
     
  8. cope123abc

    cope123abc Notebook Evangelist

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    Hi Guys,

    Need some advice please, i have some G.SKILL RIPJAW PC4 -22800 Ram, how do i enable XMP ? not sure how to do it exactly

    Tried in intel XTU under memory and selected profile one, ended up with a black screen !

    It wanted to change the memory speed to 2800 MHz
     
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    stumbler Notebook Consultant

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    What is the fastest safe RAM speed??
    Thanks
     
  10. Kurosujitsu

    Kurosujitsu Notebook Enthusiast

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    So i have thin gaming laptop zephyrus i could use k5 or paste non electrical inductive because i saw the teardown on yt that the vrm are covered by thermal paste
     
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