HP Omen X Owner's Lounge

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  1. GreatD

    GreatD Notebook Consultant

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    I would only use non-conductive TIM. It's to risky on a expensive device. I personally use Thermal Grizzly Kryonaut paste on my HP Omen 17 w200na (pavilion lookalike laptop) and my temps have reduced 10-15 c degrees.
     
  2. goto35

    goto35 Newbie

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    hp omen x (17 inch gtx1080) set up raid 0- but speeds are the same! restart issue as well


    i installed 2- 2tb nvme drives.



    put raid in bios (only one setting)



    then installed windows



    then used the intel raid software to create raid 0. then reinstalled windows 10 on the raid. my speeds are exact the same 3200 (was the same with one drive)



    also having a issue when i restart it just goes blank. doesnr actually start. i have to hold down power and hard off the turn on.





    this is for restart every time.



    what am i doing wrong? what setting do i need to change.



    on raid it created a 4tb just fine but speeds did not increase at all

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  3. isko

    isko Notebook Enthusiast

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    Hi to all,

    Im using Omen X ap020nr laptop and I have new updates in Omen Command Center v9.0.4.0.

    But the problem is I dont have "Performance Mode" at all. I can't choose Defeat or Performance mod, and no fan speed.

    How to fix this? :(
     
  4. eco_bach

    eco_bach Notebook Enthusiast

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    Hi. Brand new Omen X 2S 15 laptop and have just upgraded BIOS and latest drivers. Disappointed seeing rather high idle temps, 44C GPU and 54C average CPU.

    Is this normal?
     
  5. Rushmeplsnow

    Rushmeplsnow Notebook Enthusiast

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    as far as i know those temps are normal u should do some benchs ,stress tests,gaming sessions to check the real temps.
    Have u tweaked it like uv paste etc?
     
  6. eco_bach

    eco_bach Notebook Enthusiast

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    No. Its a company laptop. Didn't expect to be purchasing a room heater. What are the acceptable temps under load? Should I be running MSI Afterburner to check specs?
     
  7. Rushmeplsnow

    Rushmeplsnow Notebook Enthusiast

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    its your first laptop? cause usualy people who transit from desktop to laptop have a shock considering temps,can u post your specs as well?!
    Till high 80's there should be fine ,u can tweak depending on what u get under full load
     
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  8. Assault

    Assault Notebook Evangelist

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    Idle temps vary between laptops. Most 6core laptops sit around 45-50c at idle. Check for programs that shouldn't be running, like crappy ass McAfee and such.

    Under load, you need to see what your clock speeds sit at and temps. If it's 3.9ghz or near, expect near 90c temps. I prefer 80c so I undervolt and drop clocks on my Razer to 3.6ghz. Idk what the HP is capable, or if it has liquid metal like I heard it does. Just report back with your findings :)
     
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