Gigabyte P35g V2 News

Discussion in 'Gigabyte and Aorus' started by Scriptabit, Mar 28, 2014.

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  1. hisien

    hisien Notebook Enthusiast

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    From what I can tell (this thread & internet) the general non-gaming battery life is around 4? Has anyone experienced any extremes (much higher/lower) to this?
     
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    µGamera Notebook Geek

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    That being said you think I can run the MMORPG Black Desert When it comes out without hitch?
     
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    I'm a bit crazy and like to experiment with . So apparently the gtx 870m and 880m are the same build but... 870m has one disabled smx shader on it. And each smx I think has 192 shaders or around that I forgot lol. So now I'm trying to find a way if I could enable that last smx..... Hmmm probably make my 870 to an 880
    But I hope nvidia doesn't laser cut that last smx then I can't enable it....
     
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    I can just barely read the text in the first picture. And in the second, the first black box I can see is #6.
     
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    With brightness at 100 ?

    Gesendet von meinem Nexus 4 mit Tapatalk
     
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    So, going back to post 206 from whiteboy, which screws are we supposed to retighten?
     
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    Yes, and in a well-lit room.

    The part number for the RAM in mine is TS1GSK64W6H.

    All the ones on the bottom.
     
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    Literally all the ones when you take the back off.
    And guys!! One more thing when you take the back of make sure you take of all the screws first and unplug the subwoofer from the ram area and always start from the right bottom corner. It's clips and screws so don't break clips and just start from the bottom right corner.
    I'll post a pic soon showing where all the clips are and what screws you need to tighten with special instructions
     
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