Clevo W650KK1 Cooling System? Reviews?

Discussion in 'Sager and Clevo' started by sicily428, Mar 11, 2017.

  1. B0B

    B0B Notebook Evangelist

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    It’s only a few days old and was like that immediately.

    The only thing I can do to fix it is wedge some thermal pads between the keyboard and the PCB.
     
  2. Meaker@Sager

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    I would speak to your reseller about it.
     
  3. B0B

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    Oh absolutely.

    I was curious if this was a known issue that could be addressed. Something I could add to the review next week.
     
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    It's not something that people have particularly mentioned from what I can see.
     
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    Sorry for the late response to this thread, have been focusing on work lately. I did manage to get a video of my W650KK1's brightness control when using the AUO B156HTN05.2 panel.



    I have not yet taken the panel back out to get a picture of the back of it, but I'll try to get to that once I finish working on my actual PC. Hopefully we can figure out why brightness control is working for some, and not for others. @B0B I know you just recently posted a video with your B156HTN04.2 panel. If we can compare some information, we might be able to figure out exactly what makes these two panels different, and why brightness control is not working on some of the systems when using these aftermarket panels.
     
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    Sounds good whatever you need buddy! If i need to pull the panel back out and get some specific numbers I have no problem with that.
     
  7. AndiiiHD

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    hey guys, which panel did you have bevore the exchange? Did you have to change the cable for the AUO dispaly too?
     
  8. B0B

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    It was a LG panel. It’s a 30 pin connection and the AUO42ED as well as pretty much any other of its type will be a direct swap.

    No cable issues.
     
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    ok i also have an very ugly LG panel (extreme dark one even on highest brightness) but i cannot find any seller for the AUO 120Hz panel B156HTN05.2 in Germany :-(
     
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    With Intel HD 24.20.100.6025 (Intel i5 7500 + Intel HD 630 + original LCD panel), brightness controls with FN+F8 & F9 keys is still not working.
    ControlCenter v5.001.1.73 installed. Reverted back to driver version 23.20.16.4901.
     
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