New Gigabyte P25W (GTX 770M)

Discussion in 'Gigabyte and Aorus' started by Benmaui, Jun 6, 2013.

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  1. IKAS V

    IKAS V Notebook Prophet

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    Now I don't know about this laptop in particular but aren't they usually numbered.
    Like I said I don't know about the P25W but every laptop I have ever owned the heat sinks for both GPU and CPU were numbered 1 through 4.If so just take them out in that order and reverse the process when reinstalling.
     
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    Jester2138 Notebook Enthusiast

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    Right I'm good with taking off the heatsink itself, but the copper heat pipe reaches under the plastic frame of the laptop and I can't fully remove the whole assembly without knowing how to disassemble more of the laptop. Does that make sense?

    I suppose I could just experiment and figure it out - but I'd have to be really careful.
     
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    well it just a bit over a year old & the left button for the track pad is not working is there an easy way to get to it ?
    I was a could found a service manual
    as i hate to use the click on the touch pad i guess I'll have to use a mouse from now on :(
     
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    Cheesenium Notebook Consultant

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    Has anyone managed to removed the back casing of the laptop to access the heat sinks? Especially the one on the left that is not accessible by the hatch?
     
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