*** Official Clevo P65xRS(-G), P65xRP6(-G) / Sager NP8153(-S), NP8152(-S) Owner's Lounge ***

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  1. CapVi

    CapVi Notebook Enthusiast

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    Anyone could help me?
    Thanks
     
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    So long as it's the same chassis/motherboard probably.
     
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    CapVi Notebook Enthusiast

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    Cpu-Z tells this.
    With Clevo bios version 1.05.12 could I unvervolt the CPU?
    https://repo.palkeo.com/clevo-mirror/P65xHPx/
    The CPU temperature is too high!
    I didn't make overclock, but when I use 100% Cpu, the temperature arrive to 95°C.
    I have cleaned radiator and fan and I have put a MX-4.
    Thanks
     

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    So you would need a p650hp series bios. Not RS like for this thread.
     
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    Yes, thanks for all
     
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    squee666 Notebook Evangelist

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    welp can tell the coolings sufficient when i have had my cpu on full load encoding video for 12 hours and with auto fans it peaks at 70c

    then with fans on true max its at 60c not too bad

    no gpu load that would make it peak higher
     
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    70C is indeed very good.
     
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    st33l Notebook Enthusiast

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    Hi guys , it looks like my display is finally gone , had lot of flickering (and it became worse after i opened it up to inspect it , I had an ant issue { yup lots of them } and i assume they must have contributed to the damage ) , though im not entirely sure if its the display or the cable connecting it , it looks more likely to be the display . Laptop was working fine when i connected it to an external display
    The display model is LP156WF6-SPK3
    So can anyone help me with what all panels i can look for to replace it/ or look for something i might have missed
    Model is sager np8151/650rp6

    @Meaker@Sager

    Thanks
     
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    You need to fully remove the panel and inspect it.
     
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    Hello friend. Sorry for your display. A might get the same problem soon. Randomly, my display show some lines o.n the bottom of my display. I recorded a video and sent to my seller. They said it is the display. My display is dying. I have looked in web for the panel. Mine is a LG something. As soon as I arrive home I will have a look for you.

    Just checked here, and we have the same display "LGD0533". Maybe you can look for the same one, or for something that is similar. A way to go could be to check on the beginning of the topic. There was same people discussing the display. It might have some descriptions of displays with gsync and 120hz...

    Sorry I could't help more.


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