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  1. mirt81

    mirt81 Notebook Guru

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    Temps are normal by not UnderVolting or Reduce Package Power . . . iam on same HardWare Config

    You can try disable under Windows 0s when in use to Disable Boost by set max ClockFrequenz @ 99% .
    When bios unlocked under Options for CpuConfiguration you can tweak Package Power Settings .

    Cpu Power Limit1 - 35
    Cpu Power Limit1 Time - 28
    Cpu Power Limit2 - 45

    Unlikely Undervolting even with Unlocked Bios is 0nly with XTU possible !
    ICC Function requires special IntelMe version wich is chiped within Prema Bios but is buggy for all other Function they need ME . (So no ICC not that terible because . . . )

    :)There is a " New" ME Version after Years and maybe not that buggy like the Versions before:(

    https://www.win-raid.com/t596f39-Intel-Management-Engine-Drivers-Firmware-amp-System-Tools.html

    https://mega.nz/file/jcFQVAxL#w-3xqV0rJnVk-1cBqwqatMaboXiVydgZOQLyYCa_oNI

    Have further on good Time by clevo w230sd/ st/ ss ! ! !
     
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  2. CyberTronics

    CyberTronics Notebook Consultant

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    Hello good people! Has anyone changed LCD cable on their W230SS full HD screen?
    My good old W230SS' LCD cable appears to have gone bad and I have found one cheapest selling on Aliexpress which is stated to be compatible with W230SS but upon examination and comparison with my old cable I see that my cable has less pins on the connector than the one that is selling on Aliexpress. Can't tell anything about others I have found selling online because there are no close-up pictures so I can't compare the pins.
    My question is though, is it going to work if it has MORE pins in a connector that goes into the motherboard than my LCD cable? Connectors themselves are same size and form-factor it's just the number of pins inside that appears to be different.
     
  3. Meaker@Sager

    Meaker@Sager Company Representative

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    Should be a part number on the cable?
     
  4. CyberTronics

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    Part number is the same actually but pin number appears to be different :confused:
     
  5. Meaker@Sager

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    Probably not listed quite right then.
     
  6. ToNyDeLaPiNaTa

    ToNyDeLaPiNaTa Newbie

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    Hey guys!

    New owner of a W230ss here.

    I am trying to squeeze it as much as possible. Part of the plan is to get a 4940mx processor and a egpu and overclock. Managing temperatures could be an issue, kryonaut has worked excellently well up until now with the old 4710mq, but I fear it might not be enough for the 57W tdp of a 4940mx specially if I overclock...So I am looking into liquid metal.

    The thing is I don't really know what the heatsink is made of. The distributor says copper, the seller of the part says aluminum/copper and so do other distributors I have contacted. The pipes seem to be aluminum with plated copper, but the heatsink is a mistery...

    So I think I'll bite the bullet, buy a spare part and coat the contact point with liquid metal to see how it reacts over time. Outside the laptop, of course. I'll keep you posted with the results!

    https://m.es.aliexpress.com/item/32780082297.html
     
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