**Official Clevo P67xHP6-G/P67xHS-G (Sager NP8176/8177) Owner's Lounge**

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  1. misi3k

    misi3k Notebook Enthusiast

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    yes i have a ssd 128 as a boot and os drive. I need a hdd for data and game storage.
    i looking for 2.5"/ 1tb/ 7200rpm/ 32 or 64mb cache/ sata3/ 7mm thin.
    i think a 7200 rpm is better for game
     
  2. Meaker@Sager

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    Cache helps but spindle speed is more important for a storage drive.
     
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    misi3k Notebook Enthusiast

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    i dont know wchich i choose:
    1tb/ 7200rpm/ 32mb/ sata3/ 9.5mm thin or
    slowest but thinest HGST Z5K1000 1TB 5400rpm SATA3 128MB 7mm
     
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    7200rpm disk IMO.
     
  5. aIex

    aIex Notebook Consultant

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    Had anyone had any problems with flashing branded BIOS on Clevo's stock (especially Sager/Obsidian representatives)? Is p670hs-g BIOS compatible with p670hp-g? I've tried flashing Obsidian's BIOS on Clevo's with Obsidian employee and it resulted in a bricked machine.

    Nevermind, tried flashing it again today and it works just fine. It must've been some sort of bios chip problem.


    However, I have another question. Is anyone else having a problem with the chassis vibrating when fans are running on max or near max speed? P670HP6-G.
     
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  6. Meaker@Sager

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    I would open the bottom cover and see if a particular fan is causing it.
     
  7. John@OBSIDIAN-PC

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    BIOS Flashing is usually safe.
    To this date we only seen two updates go wrong, yours and one of ours during assembly.
    Even the flash with our tool never had a single client brick.
    Your flash was an unorthodox one, i did it by team-viewer as a personal favor since you are not a client. This is not the regular flash environment, that´s why we included it in the app which gives us more control and ways to safe-check everything.
     
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    That's why most vendors avoid going near others machines in case others are wondering. So be nice if someone is willing to help you and remember even we can not control every variable.
     
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  10. Meaker@Sager

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    It's not officially supported but will very likely work.

    Not really worth spending the money over 2400mhz though.

    Talk to your reseller regarding parts.
     
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