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  1. Meaker@Sager

    Meaker@Sager Company Representative

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    How have you softened the mount over he display to avoid scratches?
     
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    Guys I recently seen after booting system my alphabetic keys are not working but whenever click once on Num pad key it start working and afterwards no problem very wired thing, i think software issue
     
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    You could re-seat the keyboard just to be sure.
     
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    ole!!! Notebook Prophet

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    not me, its a project done by one of the owners/backers from a kickstarter group.

    this waiting for 9900k also killing me, hope that theres no delay, or a price hike will reflect on SL's website
     
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    It's very cool, just prototypish :)
     
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    sorry wrong thread
     
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    Steven Jepsen Notebook Enthusiast

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    Hello, fairly new p870tm1-g owner. I notice that when stressing CPU, the fans on left side of laptop blow and when GPU stresses the right side fan blows. When I took back panel off to delid CPU, noticed that the heatsink and fans on left side go to GPU and heatsink and fan on right side goes to CPU. What's the deal with that? shouldn't the fan on the CPU heatsink be blowing when CPU is under load?

    Edit: Wait, I think it's backwards because I flip it around to take the back off... so when I flip it back around, the gpu's are on the right side and cpu is on the left....? I think I am just dumb nevermind.
     
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    It's that, just a change of perspective lol. Bit like a mirror.
     
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    how u like the new power laptop?
     
  10. Steven Jepsen

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    Before liquid metal, HOT. 4.5GHz hitting at or over 90c.

    After liquid metal and some tweaking with obsidian control station to help with fan control, it's pretty good in my opinion. 4.9GHz stress test for an hour peaked 81c which it hit half an hour in. Haven't messed that much with undervolting yet. Maybe get a custom bottom tray with a fan to help with airflow? Looked like there was an empty 3-pin fan connector on the mobo if I remember right.

    Attached are also my idle temps. Are the GPU a bit high or is that fine? I took the lower screenshot just after I ended stress test which is why that one says 60c for CPU.

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