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

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  1. Meaker@Sager

    Meaker@Sager Company Representative

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    That's generally a myth.
     
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    EARNEST Notebook Consultant

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    Any help with enabling second monitor on Win10 via USB Type C port please?

    Update: It can be done in the bios settings, advanced chipset settings to map DP to TB.
     
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    Awesome :D
    Another feature I didn't know the laptop had
     
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    Yes the desktop series (770, 750 and 870) can do this to make the i/o flexible.
     
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    I did know we could output for 3 screens but didnt know we could also use the usb type c for output! Damn i need to get updated lol :D
     
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    Note that does disable the DP, its re-routing the signal.
     
  7. IllusiveMan

    IllusiveMan Notebook Guru

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    For some time I was struggling to make heatsinks for the m2 drives... had to fight to make them fit and still look nice, so I had several attempts, some of them were not pictured...


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    IllusiveMan Notebook Guru

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    And, another thing, this lapping.. After sanding the heatsink the thermal contact was awful, so I spend like more than a month on lapping, still it's not perfect but thermal results are better with almost 15C...
    In the end, this is very risky, one mistake and you did a "mistake", it's enough to chip a corner of this die and GPU dies partially or completely, so I decided to stop at some point.

    Conclusion: this percent of die convexity may slightly vary with temperature, so, "cold" lapping will always be imperfect. Anyway, this process is long and requires patience. Clevo could do this heatsink a little better though..

    Maybe this is not a very interesting post, but I would like to see if anyone else tried lapping...

    In the last picture is a comparison between original heatsink "non existent" lapping vs my attempt of lapping.

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  9. Alfly

    Alfly Notebook Enthusiast

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    Hi,

    Here is my curve for more than a year now. I overclocked the Vram to +800mhz (It's to much I think but it works nice). No problems running Heaven or Valley benchs. No problem with 3Dmark or in games. This is the best I did.
    I made another curve (+150mhz and +800 from stock). Those curves have the same result with benchmarks.
    Maybe can be better, but a lot of time to spend for ... 1 or 2 fps ... or less.
    From stock I got 5/6 fps with Arma3 and KingdomCome with OC.
     

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    My right speaker in the P775DM3-G has the membrane unglued and does a lot of back noise. Anyone know where can I buy speakers to replace mine!? I live in Europe and the store where I bought it... Well let's just say I don't want anything to do with them anymore.
    @John@OBSIDIAN-PC any tips?

    Feel free to pm me with links
     
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