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  1. Ashlander

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    Yeah I have no idea how to determine compatibility and fit without just buying one and testing it.
     
  2. Meaker@Sager

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    Panel thickness is your biggest guide.
     
  3. SlashNLennon

    SlashNLennon Notebook Geek

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    does anyone here have any issues on running the Clevo Control Center on their unit? ever since the update on windows 10 on the 2nd half of the year i cant seem to successfully run the CCC. even when using the fn+esc key, the cursor just loads but the CCC wont run. im running the latest version (1.14) of the CCC on windows 10 version 1909 with OS build of 18363.535.

    can anyone help me? or are there any alternative for me to control the lightings on the keyboard like how i usually control or customize it with the CCC app?

    any response is well appreciated. thank you!
     
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    Try opening the keyboard app itself. Just click start and search for LED Keyboard Setting.
     
  5. SlashNLennon

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    same thing sir. the cursor just loads but the app didn't start. :( also tried fresh reinstall of the CCC
     
  6. SlashNLennon

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    nvm. i just figured out that when i close the msi afterburner i was able to run the CCC again which is pretty weird. gonna figure out a way for them to be able to run on startup without messing CCC.
     
  7. Meaker@Sager

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    Sounds like a sensor level conflict, both trying to grab the same data.
     
  8. SlashNLennon

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    sounds like sensor issue since both have the capability to control GPU voltage and clockspeeds. its just weird because this does not occur before. :/
     
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    You might just be hitting the race condition they have developed just right, that's why its never recommended to run two control programs in parallel if possible.
     
  10. SlashNLennon

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    Btw did anyone notice the high temp of PCH in your unit? Mine keeps ramping up at 80 to 90 degrees. Is this normal? When i repasted my laptop i noticed that the PCH chip is just exposed and is not covered by any heatsink.
     
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