Lenovo Y50 Owners and Information Thread

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  1. Riotstarterr

    Riotstarterr Notebook Enthusiast

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    That's funny it was you. I had about 3600 Firestrike score at stock clocks.
    Also I have no idea, why Lenovo is performing worse than ASUS counterparts. Maybe it has something to do with bus or something.
    Check this chart, this can give you some idea of 860m performance in different laptops. And yes, ASUS G750JM is performing best.

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    cossh014 Notebook Enthusiast

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    Now thats a cool/interesting chart!
    I might be confused here, but I dont see the Y50/70 860m Maxwell listed. I see all the 4gig Keplers.
    I really believe the Asus used much better vram, thats why its so much farther ahead.
     
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    Riotstarterr Notebook Enthusiast

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    All the Y50 860m's there are Maxwell. Y50/70 and Y70/70 does not have Kepler in any configuration.
     
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    crazydawid Notebook Enthusiast

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    Guys, 1 question:
    Why some monitoring programs are showing my memory speed as 1500mhz, while other ones show as 3000mhz (OC)
     
  5. cossh014

    cossh014 Notebook Enthusiast

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    According to the graph it does, I was being mildly sarcastic as it lists all the Y50/70's as having 4096mb, the Kepler has 4GB, the Maxwell is 2GB, they should be listed with 2048mb :p
     
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    rickards Notebook Enthusiast

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    not true. maxwell cards on the y50 come in both 2 and 4gb configs.
     
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    ahmadka Notebook Consultant

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    Are there any instructions for a custom Lenovo Y50 OS installation which installs all drivers and essential software, but leaves out all the bloatware ?

    Kinda like the instructions mentioned in my signature for Sony VAIO F13 laptops ?
     
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    cossh014 Notebook Enthusiast

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    True. Traditionally the Maxwell is 2GB and Kepler 4GB.
    All I'm trying to say is the list doesn't include the 2GB or just lists them all as 4GB -.-
     
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    Don't know about traditionally but I have the 4GB version and its Maxwell, GM107.
     
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    kcazfm Notebook Enthusiast

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    I like this laptop, but it's really trying my patience. A couple months ago a screw fell out of the bottom. I screwed it back in, but now I've got two empty holes. One is apparently stripped; the screw falls out as soon as I push it in. It's right under the hinge, too, so it makes the screen-half looser when I try to close it.

    Does anyone have any ideas on how to get the screw to stay in without making it so that I can never open the bottom panel?
     
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