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*** OFFICIAL AORUS X5 V6 OWNERS LOUNGE ***

Discussion in 'Gigabyte and Aorus' started by Arvindr56789, Dec 3, 2016.

  1. IcefoxSTV

    IcefoxSTV Newbie

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    you should try liquid metal as Thermal.
    i using the thermal Grizzly Conductonaut on my CPU now.
    use Insulation tape and some normal thermal paste to prevent Liquid metal leak.


    30+ degree on idle and 70 degree around playing game.
    and the CPU overclock to all core 4Ghz Turbo boost power 100 watte.
    0 voltage offset.
     
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  2. benson881

    benson881 Notebook Consultant

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    I think I'm gonna stick with glid. 2 reasons. I already have some :) and 2 paste us a little more forgiving when applying it.

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    Svegetto Notebook Consultant

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    "4GHz Turbo boost power 100 Watt" I'm guessing you mean you allowed turbo boost to use up to 100 Watts, but it's not actually using that much right? Even when running 4.5Ghz across all 4 cores most I saw was ~85Watts on the package.
     
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    rinneh Notebook Virtuoso

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    the VRM's cant even deliver 100 watts on these laptop motherboards so no it wont pull 100watts. just removing a limit I think.

    YOu need quite a beefy power delivery circuit if you want to push 100watts to a CPU.
     
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    Just my two cents but it generally a good idea to make use of those limits. I always run a load test without limit and look at the cpu power draw that you can maintain while thermally throttling (around 55-60W for me using kryonaut). I then set the power limit to 5W below that (50W) and the boost to 5W above that (60W). Run a new test with no boost duration limit and look how long you can maintain it wo throttling and set the duration to a bit below that value. In the long run your cpu will appreciate.

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    Here you are mate.
     

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    Devesc Notebook Guru

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    Awesome thanks a lot.

    Did someone try to overclock the screen rate to 130 or Above ?
     
  8. Shauryya Pratap Mishra

    Shauryya Pratap Mishra Notebook Guru

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    What's the difference between the WQHD+ display of the V7 and the V6?

    Can someone post the Color Profiles for the V7 here?
    I want to try it out
     
  9. benson881

    benson881 Notebook Consultant

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    V6 had a poor screen with many complaints of lines being seen.

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  10. Shauryya Pratap Mishra

    Shauryya Pratap Mishra Notebook Guru

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    Do you know the model of the display and whether its the same as that of the V7

    Also could someone please send the profiles :)
     
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