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  1. Alfly

    Alfly Notebook Enthusiast

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    I updated the bios with the version 1.03.08 and it working.
     
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    Nice catch, I'm glad you got it to boot to be able to do that, were you just lucky?
     
  3. Alfly

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    Lucky yes, or patient (or very patient):):confused:

    I waited for about 30 mins each time until it boots. First time into the UEFI to allow the SSD with the new UEFI to boot. Then wait for 30 mins again to boot on the SSD.

    I was happy to see the computer booting directly after.

    Next step, Conductonaut, undervolt GPU and CPU, check °C then maybe change CPU, Raid0 with 2 Msata, and Dual Sodimm Kingston.
    This will use some spare parts I have.
     
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    Just be careful with the liquid metal, have you checked that the contact is good between the chips and the heatsinks?
     
  5. Alfly

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    Don't worry, this is not my first time. I use all the time the conductonaut rather the kryonaut when the heatsinks are made with copper.

    Not yet, i have to remove the heatsink to check it. This is the next step because i have to disassemble the laptop to change the chassis (broken where the screen is screwed).

    This is a nice little laptop. I bought it few days ago.
     
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    Worth checking otherwise the liquid metal could hurt rather than help.
     
  7. Alfly

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    I undo the heatsinks right know. You are right, the CPU heatsink doesn't touch the die. Maybe I will remove the circular clips on the screws or change the screws (i have some other).

    Thanks for the advice;)
     
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    Washers or lapping can help.
     
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