Gigabyte Aero 15 OLED i7, 2070 Max-Q Initial Impressions

Discussion in 'Gigabyte and Aorus' started by Sabs47, Aug 2, 2019.

  1. notstaamp

    notstaamp Notebook Guru

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    mine was ok but then again i might not type like other people :)
     
  2. Sabs47

    Sabs47 Notebook Consultant

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    So I haven't noticed it on the front edges but around the corners it's definitely sharp and it's gotten me a couple of times. The edges are rounded properly and they remind you about that
     
  3. rubanikov

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    I had the same issue but after opening the case it stopped. I didn't see any debris. I haven't heard it anymore
     
  4. notstaamp

    notstaamp Notebook Guru

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    mine started to rattle loudly two days ago and it's been rattling since (but not as loudly)
    it happened when i picked up the laptop to move to another room
     
  5. dlinfiniti

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    does anyone have a problem where the screen doesn't turn off when the lid is shut? (I don't want it to go to sleep or anything, just the screen to turn off)
     
  6. denshaSai

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    Mine turns off screen and go to sleep if lid is closed.

    Hey, not sure if anyone plays overwatch? mine aero keeps stutter in game, sometimes more sometimes less, and usually when more ppl in the scene.
    I tried installing the newer killer network driver, or graphic driver, or just use the versions in Gigabyte Control Center.
    Also tried turning off Killer control center, or "Enable Gamefast".

    None of them help. Don't know if anyone has any suggestion?

    sometimes under normal use, I do notice the mouse cursor stutter a bit when I am just web browsing and trying to move the mouse.
     
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  7. notstaamp

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    my aero oled stuttered during twitch but not during in game but it was very obvious especially in firefox and app tried too many things and finally returned the laptop :)
     
  8. Sabs47

    Sabs47 Notebook Consultant

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    I reinstalled windows clean and I've been pushing the laptop on games like Control with Ray tracking and it's doing a good job of keeping 60fps or more at 1080p.

    I undervolted the CPU to -0.155 and the laptop runs around 40C if I'm sitting on a desk, 37C if I'm sitting on my granite counter but the counter stays cool so it could be due to the false cooling pad notion. 47C if I'm in bed so the placement of the laptop on surfaces plays an important part.

    Under stress it's going to about 85C during gaming. My only complain is that the fans get loud especially during gaming.

    So far I really don't have any massive complaints with it like I did with my PB51.
     
  9. denshaSai

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    I just learned the stuttering is actually due to my mouse was broken, the cursor stutter in game bec it was more obvious, but i notice it also happens outside of game, just not as noticeable. Just switching a mouse it fixed it!
     
  10. dlinfiniti

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    new bios apparently
     
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