Gigabyte Aero 14

Discussion in 'Gigabyte and Aorus' started by Dariel3012, May 14, 2016.

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  1. gametime10

    gametime10 Notebook Geek

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    I'd be curious to see a high res photo of the inside also
     
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    GIGABYTE Laptop Company Representative

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    Also make sure to utilize the GIGABYTE "Fan Tweak" software for customized fan control, while Smart Dashboard will only tell you your fan's RPM.
     
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    Hello, any word on availability in the USA?
     
  4. ericheadlo

    ericheadlo Newbie

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    Hey guys,
    I am still setting up the Aero 14 right now.
    I'll have photos and more insight over the next 3-4 days. Currently out on business trip and the Aero is at home for now.

    Just some really nice features that I realized last night.

    With such a huge battery, the charging time was ridiculously fast.

    I was at 20 percent, and when I plugged the charger in, it said it would only take 1.5 hours to finish charging.

    Maybe that is standard speed, but I appreciate the fact that it charges so fast. The charger block is sleak and "light".
     
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    Queksilber Notebook Enthusiast

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    Can we turn off the fans with this utility? Can one create a custom fan-preset like setting multiple temperature-limits and associated fan-speeds or are we forced again to use 3rd party applications like NoteBook FanControl for such a level of control?
     
  6. Eason

    Eason Notebook Virtuoso

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    Whoa, that level of control is possible 3rd party on any modern notebook?
     
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    Queksilber Notebook Enthusiast

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    Thats was no problem on my old Lenovo ThinkPad, nor a problem on my macbook or asus.
    That level of control should be mandatory. Hardware needs to be controlled, why using any pre-created configs when you can tweak and optimize for a better performance/experience? I never understood this, manufacturers could even use a decent and full-feature fan-utility as a marketing bonus.

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  8. Eason

    Eason Notebook Virtuoso

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    I would guess because users are stupid and would fry their laptops by limiting the fans or something. It's just a cost/benefit thing.
     
  9. GIGABYTE Laptop

    GIGABYTE Laptop Company Representative

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    "Fan teak" provides pre-set options such as quiet, normal, or gaming options, but also provides the custom feature where you can manually adjust the RPM as well.
     
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