*** Official Clevo N85xHKx/HJx Owners Thread ***

Discussion in 'Sager/Clevo Reviews & Owners' Lounges' started by DanXbix, May 12, 2017.

  1. GoupilFroid

    GoupilFroid Notebook Enthusiast

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    It's hot baby !
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    I'm planning on repasting it this summer, even if it's only a year old.
    And maybe upgrade the cooling if I can:)

    I have the brightness controls broken too, I'll look at it when I have time. It doesn't work since I reinstalled the Intel graphical driver (last big W10 update, 1803 iirc, broke it)
     
  2. Meaker@Sager

    Meaker@Sager Company Representative

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    What were you loading it with?
     
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    GoupilFroid Notebook Enthusiast

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    I was playing NFS Payback for about an hour, with fans at maximum speed. GPU went up to 75°C.
    Laptop was on a flat wood desk, and ambient temperature is around 25°C o_O
     
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    A re-paste could help, liquid metal if you are brave would be the best performing option. IC diamond or thermal grizzly are a couple of the conventional paste options.
     
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  6. Meaker@Sager

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    Mx-4 was supplanted by thermal grizzly and if diamond really.
     
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    Hey everyone, I've got a problem with my device. The fingerprint reader is suddenly incredibly hot to the touch when the laptop is turned on. I'm not sure how long this has been going on for, as I never use the fp reader, but this strikes me as something I shouldn't be ignoring. I have already uninstalled the fingerprint reader drivers and disabled it in device manager, but nothing has changed. I opened up the device to see if I could unplug just the fp reader, but it doesn't seem like I can. Any know what might be up?
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    Its a soldered device, speak to your reseller about getting it serviced.
     
  9. ThePirateArr

    ThePirateArr Newbie

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    Hi guys! Situation forced me to buy this Clevo, but actually in Poland it is NTT Hiro N850HJ1 from NTT System (with GTX 1050/i7-7700HQ/8GB RAM/500GB).
    Unfortunately I havent't seen a lot of reviews (only sponoserd) and I have questions.
    1. How long battery works in gaming and in normal using (movies/netflix/internet/word and others ya know)
    2. How it is with work culture (temperatures/loudness of laptop in stress and normal using)
    3. Is the matrix good? (colors, viewing angles etc.)
    4. Is the casing good? Is all all right, nothing is cracking or something?
    5. Keyboard is good or not?
    Thanks for all answers and sorry for my english :/
     
  10. Michael Flatman

    Michael Flatman Newbie

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    maybe 3-3.5 hours normal light use.

    Gaming maybe below 2 hours, but above 1h.
     
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