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Discussion in 'Sager/Clevo Reviews & Owners' Lounges' started by sicily428, Jan 7, 2019.

  1. NotTechSavvy

    NotTechSavvy Newbie

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    Hey,
    Thanks for the reply. I didn't have a bulge anywhere on the 3 units that I had. So I would have that looked at from whoever/wherever you bought it. Or see what the people on this thread advise you to do about the same. Hopefully you get it all sorted and your units functions properly.
     
  2. AlexusR

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    It's a very tiny bulge, doesn't really bother me much but something I noticed. Clevo should've just added a few more screws to hold keyboard metal backplate to laptop's metal chassis more evenly.
     
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  3. Meaker@Sager

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    A few more screws is actually quite expensive from a production point of view, you have the extra construction steps and the holes in the motherboard.
     
  4. xnguyenvinh

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    Schenker Compact 15 and PCSpecialist Vortex IX offer this laptop with 4k 60hz OLED panels. Is anyone experienced with oled panels on laptops? Cheers.
     
  5. walterg74

    walterg74 Notebook Guru

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    Ok, So just ran a test with Rise of the tomb Raider...

    Numbers don't look very good. Would this definitel be a case I need to re-paste..? Temps1.PNG
    Temps2.PNG Temps3.PNG
     
  6. walterg74

    walterg74 Notebook Guru

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    I think 4K on a laptop is ridiculous... you won't see the difference and your fps will drop like an iron ball to the floor... Totally useless...
     
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  8. walterg74

    walterg74 Notebook Guru

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    What do you mean?
     
  9. AlexusR

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    I do not have this game, I have Shadow of Tomb Raider because it has free benchmark. When running benchmark the highest CPU temperature was 88C and GPU temperature was 72C. If you will get higher than those, you should repaste. I recommend using a high-viscosity thermal paste, like Gelid GC Extreme. I have discovered that using low viscosity thermal pastes might produce very uneven core temperatures.
     
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    walterg74 Notebook Guru

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    I have purchased the recommended Kryonaut. Any tutorials out there?
     
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