**Official Clevo P775DM2/3(-G)/P75xDM2(-G) (Sager NP9152/NP9172) 'WINGMAN 2.0'/'BATMAN 3.0' Lounge**

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  1. jajko1

    jajko1 Newbie

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    thank you very mach zizu
    .. it worked. now that i have lorn a new way to flash using (EFI- shell) it seems easier then before. by i admit there is no way i would fight this out on my own..lol
     
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    jajko1 Newbie

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    you can buy p775tm-1 coolers for cheap they should fit . Chases is the same. motherboard layout look the same... The problem is gpu core voltage is locked so unless you have some costume bios or
    or a way to change the voltage it maybe pointless and you better of keep the stack cooler where cpu get the extra help from more cooling.... that's what i think.. here some prices i found on coolers.


    GPU heatsink for p775tm1-g is 65$ in us
    CPU heatsink for p775m1-g is 60$
     
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    zizu96 Notebook Enthusiast

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    You're welcome mate, I was in your same situation, just got lucky to find out that XMG guide. BTW thanks for the info about the TM1 heatsinks
     
  4. EARNEST

    EARNEST Notebook Consultant

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    I am not sure if separate cooling is better. Doesn't a bigger area give you better results?

    Also, is there a hotkey for Control Center to alter between performance modes?
     
  5. Phoenix

    Phoenix Super Tweaker

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    What do you mean by separate cooling? Like a cooling pad? Cooling pads can help up to a certain degree but don't expect miracles.

    No there is no hotkey to switch power plans in CCC, only a hotkey to turn on max fans on or off (CTRL + 0)
     
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    zizu96 Notebook Enthusiast

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    Hi Phoenix nice to meet you. No we're were talking about the possibility to put the 2 pieces heatsinks of the P775TM1 on the P775DM3 and if it'll bring any sorta of advantages.
     
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    Meaker@Sager Company Representative

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    I believe he means split heatsinks instead of joined.
     
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    Right. Thank you
     
  9. Sarohan

    Sarohan Notebook Enthusiast

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    Hello again, I'm using CCC 5.0001.1.76 that flexikey not remembering rgb color profile when i startup laptop. Fn+* opening defult blue color profile i tried older versions but it's same. Is there any solution for that?
     
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    I tried to look for comparative tests, but nobody decided to buy it. I was almost willing to do it, but I'm in doubt about the real advantage that can be had with the unified sink. As a user already said in the past it takes comparative tests to be sure of the differences.
     
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