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  1. Meaker@Sager

    Meaker@Sager Company Representative

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    I don't know if the hysteresis values are exposed.
     
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    lappyluke Notebook Guru

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    Can somebody tell me if the following repasting job is rather good or bad?
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    Never really seen it before.
    Should the paste be squeezed out at the edges like that?
    There seem to be empty spots aswell?
     
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    Looks about identical to the factory paste job from Clevo/PowerSpec. A bit pushed out on the sides is fairly normal from a manufacturer. I would use slightly less paste and ensure EVEN pressure when mounting.
     
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    A bit too much paste used but generally too much does not have a massive impact.
     
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    Yeah, I wondered about this too!
    This unit is supposed to have a Kryonaut repaste, but if you have a close look at the right side of this picture, it kinda looks like it's actually the stock manufacturers thermal paste (theres residue of a square "thermal paste-pad"):

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    Or do the resellers have special thermal-paste application "square-pads"?
     
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    There is a bit too much paste around for it to be stock.
     
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    I'm using Obsidian software (all) and I'm not able to disable touchpad - dosen't work Fn + F1 and dosen't work disable touchpad from Obsidian Control Station.
    How to fix it? Where are drivers for touchpad? I'm not able to find it in control panel ...
     
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    The factory Clevo Control Center has Fan Control with a Custom fan option that lets you adjust to your hearts content. Previous versions did not always apply the curve, but the latest version works flawlessly for me and applies the curve on every boot as default.
     
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    Inbuilt windows drivers if not available from your reseller.
     
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    How to disable touchpad? I'm unable to find this pice of hardware ...
     
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