HP Announces New OMEN 15 and Spectre x360 AMOLED

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  1. Atma

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  2. Danishblunt

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    Now that's some sexy news.
     
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    The Spectre x360 OLED is in stock now at Best Buy. At least my local Best Buy. Everything looks to be the same as the normal gem cut model just with an OLED screen.
     
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    Purchased one yesterday. Great little machine, screen is as expected gorgeous and runs pretty well.

    Two things I want to try and fix: the OLED screen has perfect blacks but the colors are way too saturated. Trying to play with color management under windows, but nothing changes when i select new color profiles.

    Second, and more annoying, fans are on almost all the time, even when doing very simple tasks. HP fan controller helps a little but there's no setting that turns off the fans altogether when the machine is not being pushed too hard.

    Any ideas?
     
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    I think I remember HP has a setting in bios you can turn off to make the fans not run all the time. At least they used to.
     
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    No idea on how to control the fans, Open Hardware Monitor doesn't seem to be compatible with this, unfortunately.

    One thing I've noticed is that the battery discharges even when completely powered off, between 2 and 5% per day. Is this to be expected?
     
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