*** Official Clevo P870KM1/P870KM1-G/Sager NP9876 Owner's Lounge! - Phoenix 3.0 ***

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  1. jc_denton

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    You mean the corona edition? :D
     
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    Meaker@Sager Company Representative

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    Whoops auto correct, animal crossing edition :p
     
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    It looks super arcady, not sure if that's for me. Sigil was cool though, Romero really did put the ULTRA into Ultra Violence.
     
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    It's pretty fun on the harder difficulty settings.
     
  5. mhp32

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    Hello All,
    I was playing Ori and the Will of the Wisps on my P870KM1-G (I have a single 1080 GPU) on an external Dell monitor then all shut down...
    When it boot up, I have a garbled screen and a look like the GPU is disabled . no nvidia control panel.
    I took it apart to check and nothing was burned or bad.
    When I put all back together it was the same garbled screen thing.
    Is there a way in Bios to see if the GPU is not dead?
    or any suggestion?
    Could it be the power supply?
    It's not overclocked, and used casually.
    Thanks
     

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    Looks like vram issue, the card is still detected from what I can see in your screenshot. Try lowering the memory by -500Mhz and see if it helps. Are you using regular thermal paste or LM?
     
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    mhp32 Notebook Consultant

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    When I run nvidia inspector it give me nothing, no temp, no clock. I also use Obsidian fan control and it says the the GPU disabled?

    the bios screen is clean (borders are garbled), I can see the card in it.
    I have a Prema bios in it, where should I adjust memory there?
    I use diamond paste right now. I do have LM but didn't use it because I'm not sure about the card.
    Also I can check the power brick, what are the voltage on the output pins?
    Thanks for helping.
     

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    Have a look here, since your issue sounds familiar. Also check the voltages on the card as mentioned in the thread.
    http://forum.notebookreview.com/thr...ibly-dead-nvidia-geforce-gtx-1080-gpu.832439/
     
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    Thanks..... I look definitely look troughout that thread.
    Just a quick one, do you know the sequence for a soft or hard bios reset?
    I did tweak something and I have a boot loop now.
    Thanks jc_denton
     
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    1.Shut the system down
    2. Press and hold Fn+D
    3. Press the power button once to power on, and only hold fn+d keys
    4. System will a cycle a couple times
     
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