*** Official Clevo P65xSA/SE/SG / Sager NP8650/51/52 Owner´s Lounge ***

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  1. Tentenkun

    Tentenkun Notebook Consultant

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    On my part, I've sent a mail to pc specialist, my 650sg is still on pre-production on the 10th day after the order. I hope in a favourable response tomorrow, but I don't think I'll have it before christmas, sadly.

    Maybe I'll ask if I could add a fast track option now, if it's not too late.
     
  2. Cakefish

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    It's true, you can't expect a working product when you've pirated it. And certainly no technical support.

    I'd advise getting a legit copy and going from there. I'm sure it'll solve the issue. I'm not personally comfortable providing technical assistance for a pirate.

    Sent from my Nexus 5
     
  3. Retron

    Retron Notebook Enthusiast

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    I'd be surprised if a dodgy version of Windows had specially-modified DLLs that caused transfer rates to change from SATA-3 to SATA-2 speeds!

    Anyway, the easy answer is surely to use the free version of Windows 10 which Microsoft has made available.
     
  4. joakimbo

    joakimbo Notebook Enthusiast

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    I am sorry to dissapoint you guys. Anyways, I think the SSD was lose. Changed SATA-port in the HD-bay and now everything seems to work, so far. If the problem appears again I will for sure by a legit copy (probably I will anyway, or maybe wait 'til Win10 is out. Thanks for all the good help tho.
     
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  5. Cakefish

    Cakefish ¯\_(?)_/¯

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    Glad to hear you solved the issue. It's nothing personal, I just don't like the idea of supporting piracy. I'm no angel myself, I have downloaded music and steamed movies, but I draw a red line with software and video games.

    Sent from my Nexus 5
     
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  6. Samot

    Samot Notebook Evangelist

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    Pc Specialist has Samsung 4k (PLS), not Sharp 4k (IPS).
     
  7. HiTechObsessed

    HiTechObsessed Notebook Enthusiast

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    Is anyone here experiencing really high idle CPU usage and temps? After a fresh boot, I'm sitting at over 30% CPU usage and CPU/Motherboard temps over 60....

    Things I've tried:

    • Ran Malwarebytes - nothing found
    • Using CMD to reapir Windows Image

    It seems to be Device Setup Manager (using 12-13% constantly) and WMI Provider Host (using 10% constantly).

    This makes my fans ramp up every 10-15 seconds for about 15-30 seconds.

    Picture below:

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  8. ldkv

    ldkv Notebook Consultant

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    I am looking for compatible RAM to upgrade my P650SE, but I am quite confused about what kind of RAM to choose between these factors: Frequency, CL and voltage. The usual RAM specs I found on this laptop is 1600MHz CL9 @ 1.35V, if I buy a different one with 1866MHz CL10 @ 1.5V will it be compatible? And what are the differences in speed between these two specs?
     
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  9. jaybee83

    jaybee83 Biotech-Doc

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    1.35V is the safe way to go for haswell cpus, as 1.5v might not be stable on the mobo. as for the speed and timings, u can choose whatever u like, the integrated memory controller can easily handle 2133 mhz or even more ;)
     
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  10. kingyr

    kingyr Notebook Consultant

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    Has anyone tried ram with 2133mhz? 16GB of it or more, keen to see system stability/performance
     
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