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Discussion in 'Sager/Clevo Reviews & Owners' Lounges' started by Ryan, Apr 7, 2012.

  1. Glebaka

    Glebaka Notebook Enthusiast

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    Hey, anyone left here?) Im in search for a new wifi card for our notebook. Will intel 7265AC 2x2 works? Can i expect any driver issues on win10?
     
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    If they're the same form factor I don't see a problem.
     
  3. Meaker@Sager

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    I believe the 7265ac is only m.2, iirc the 7260ac was the last mini PCI-e higher end card. It came in m.2 as well so be careful ordering.
     
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  4. bennyg

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    That's what I upgraded to, a mpcie 7260ac. Cheap and zero issues
     
  5. Meaker@Sager

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    It's still a decent card.
     
  6. Wingolf

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    Kind of a stupid question, but is there any good way to clean the wierd textured coating on the entirety of the laptop? I take this around with me every day, and something in my bag got on it and now i cant get it off of the lid.
     
  7. Support.3@XOTIC PC

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    An alcohol solution (higher the better) in a soft cloth should do the trick for most surfaces.
     
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    Anyone know of a good place to buy replacement batteries for this laptop or even know what the best option for a replacement BMS for this? I have made a 3d model for the battery to convert it to a 9cell but I couldn't get the laptop to detect the battery but this could have been because I couldn't get the connector to seat all the way. For the amount of money the ebay sellers are wanting for replacement batteries it seems like a better option to build a pack with 3400mAh cells. I tried soldering some spare cells I had together but they ended up being too long to fit into the battery area. The model just needs a tiny bit of rework but for the most part it's done.[​IMG]
     
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    i'm trying to mod the vbios but the changes i made do not show up in gpu-z.

    i used mmtool / PhoenixTool to extract the vbios and modified the rom with kepler bios tweak, replaced the dumped rom and saved the new bios.

    i extracted the modified rom from the new bios and the kepler bios tweaker shows the changes, just to check the new vbios saved and it did.

    but when i flash it on the machine, upon booting and checking gpu-z it still registers the original clocks. i.e. i changed the boost clock from 950 > 1050 but still shows 950.

    not sure what else to try? anyone know how to get the modified vbios to work? prema obviously did it with the oc'd vbios.

    what's the secret to getting the modified setthings to stick / show ?
     
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  10. Meaker@Sager

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    What do the real clocks say?
     
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