HP Omen 17 review (Skylake/1070)

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  1. GreatD

    GreatD Notebook Consultant

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    Thank you Mobius 1.

    One more question please can you recommend me special tools used to pry open up the HP Omen 17 computer to remove the Base cover with ease and the least damage possible??

    Links or specific tools will be much appreciated if allowed on Notebookreview forum

    Many thanks.

    GreatD
     
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    Papusan JOKEBOOKS = That sucks! Dont wast your $$ on FILTH

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    Why Toshiba NVMe M.2 ? You know they run hot and throttling easy? @Mobius 1 :rolleyes: Several of them run +80c in some laptop chassis. With end results as fast decreased drive remaining life and fully throttling:cool:
     
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    Thank you Mobius 1.

    One more question please can you recommend me special tools used to pry open up the HP Omen 17 computer to remove the Base cover with ease and the least damage possible??

    Links or specific tools will be much appreciated if allowed on Notbook
     
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    I thought it would be an ideal fast drive to start up Windows 10 and could navigate lag free and play games with very little loading times instead of using a SATA SSD M.2 drive?

    I don't know what to do now, I've bought. Is there no heat sink material i can put under/on top of the M.2 drive? Sorry I'm a noob with M.2 SSD's... :p

    Please assist how if I add some sort of material or heat sink to absorb heat from the M.2?

    Please advise on the above questions. I really appreciate your input. :)
     
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  5. Mobius 1

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    a card will do just fine, but take care since upper receiver plastic is kinda soft
     
  6. Papusan

    Papusan JOKEBOOKS = That sucks! Dont wast your $$ on FILTH

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    This is Toshiba NVMe PCI-e ssd's temp in latest Alienware 15/17 BGA models. Awful reading. Several have problem with this ssd...
    SSD overheating - SSD overheating - The heat KILLING ssd's in the new Alienware's
    And we go on with More of the sam ssd and pch overheating - ssd overheating - ssd's boil in your machine


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    See the M.2 heatsink mod done Here You're welcome!!:vbthumbsup:
     
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    A normal Credit card? That's all? Do I start from the top while the screen is open? If yes where should I enter the card to make a opening? Many thanks
     
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    That's not good. I just bought the 512GB m.2 off eBay and seller doesn't offer returns :( :( I don't know what to do. Should I get a SATA m.2 like the Sandisk x400 or Crucial MX300 instead? :(
     
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    If you still want NVMe, choose Samsung. Same for SATA as well.
     
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    Ok now, If the seller doesn't offer returns on the m.2 listing eBay then do I have to open up a return case with eBay??
     
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