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Discussion in 'Sager/Clevo Reviews & Owners' Lounges' started by HardCore88, Aug 18, 2016.

  1. Michael Z

    Michael Z Notebook Enthusiast

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    after setting the value for CPU cache and CPU Core just hit apply and then ok and it should be fine.
     
  2. byunjoe

    byunjoe Notebook Guru

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    Well now I feel guilty for asking people to install CCC and tell me what the keyboard profiles look like :|
     
  3. Michael Z

    Michael Z Notebook Enthusiast

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    were you experiencing any BSOD regarding syntp.sys? Would also be very interesting to know how many of clevo owners here do have the CCC and how many of them get BSOD..
     
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    Xileforce Notebook Evangelist

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    I've had CCC on since day 1 and never had an issue.

    Sent from my SM-G935T using Tapatalk
     
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    FredSRichardson Notebook Groundsloth

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    I think the issue is XTU and not CCC on it's own. I got both with one install =\
    Also, some recommend Throttle Stop over CCC for OC'ing.
     
  6. byunjoe

    byunjoe Notebook Guru

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    I haven't gotten my P650RS-G yet, its still in the 'production' stage, but I'll tell you my experience with my P650SG:
    With the CCC I was getting two BSODs: one with syntp.sys like you mentioned and other with DRIVER SQL?IRQL? NOT LESS THAN OR EQUAL or something along the lines of that. The syntp.sys only happened once, but the Driver one seemed to happen once every two months or so. After flashing Premamod BIOS and vBIOS, and uninstalling CCC I no longer get any BSODs. Honestly I can't tell you if CCC was the root cause of the problem.
     
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  7. Michael Z

    Michael Z Notebook Enthusiast

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    So I updated my Clevo Control Center to the latest version (5.0001.0.86 - you have to download from Asian servers to get it!) I am positively surprised that now my fan profile (using overclock mode) is being saved after reboots/shut downs - thats a really nice change for me! I will keep invastigating if uninstalling the Synaptics driver AND installing the new version of CCC fixed my issue :)
     
  8. Seibah seibah

    Seibah seibah Notebook Enthusiast

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    Bump again, no-one seems to be actually even reading this.
     
  9. FredSRichardson

    FredSRichardson Notebook Groundsloth

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    Hey, no fair, I did! Admittedly I only had a workaround.

    Have you checked this out? Not sure if it is helpful or not:
     
  10. FredSRichardson

    FredSRichardson Notebook Groundsloth

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    The problem isn't so much CCC itself as the fact that CCC also comes bundled with "XTU". XTU (Intel Extreme Tuning Utility") is what causes the problems.

    EDIT: woops, never mind, @byunjoe reports CCC actually causing problems.
     
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