*** OFFICIAL GIGABYTE AERO 15 OWNERS LOUNGE ***

Discussion in 'Gigabyte and Aorus' started by BringTheRain403, May 8, 2017.

  1. megadip

    megadip Notebook Enthusiast

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    Did you buy from here?

    https://www.aliexpress.com/item/Spe...368.html?spm=a2g0s.9042311.0.0.88274c4d7Neyda

    Also, how long did it take to ship?

     
  2. tonysunshine

    tonysunshine Notebook Enthusiast

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  3. frostwarefx

    frostwarefx Notebook Enthusiast

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    post some pics for us, I'm still waiting for mine, seems to be lost in the mail but they refunded me the money.
     
  4. xeo2766

    xeo2766 Newbie

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    I believe it's more of the pair effect of the ram. I am running 2 sticks of same V-Color 16GB.
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    Full results for geekbench
     
    Last edited: Nov 8, 2018
  5. lebellium

    lebellium Notebook Guru

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    I don't know if it already happened to you but it just happened to me for the 2nd time within 6 months now that I got an unusual and annoying noise from one of the fans.
    After removing the back cover of the laptop and checking the fan very carefully with a good light, I could find a very thin hair. I just had to remove it with tweezers without even opening/disassembling the fan and then the fan noise was back to normal :)
     
  6. Momoware

    Momoware Notebook Enthusiast

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    That seems like a rather accidental orrcurence. I've had my past fans making wierd noises due to the power cable touching the fins and the axis being de-centered (in which case it made loud high-pitched noises).
     
  7. Momoware

    Momoware Notebook Enthusiast

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    Does anyone know a way to repaste without voiding my warranty? I undervolted, used a cooler and still got throttling.
     
  8. L_A_B

    L_A_B Notebook Enthusiast

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    After reading a lot of reviews and watching tons of videos, I still have few questions about this laptop)

    1) Can it charge via TB3 port? I know that it is not enough for full load, but it can be handy when laptop used only for light stuff.
    2) If I connect external 4K@60Hz display via TB3/DP/HDMI will it stick with dGPU, or it will use Nvidia Optimus and switch between iGPU and dGPU depending from load? Is it possible to manually switch between iGPU and dGPU?
    3) How "Silent mode" is working? It will completely turn off the fans and throttle with more load, or it can be silent with fans off while browsing/watching video and automatically turn it on with more load?
    4) Can I create custom fan curve?
    5) Can I add/replace RAM/SSD/thermal paste without voiding my warranty? I'm in Germany in case if warranty terms can vary locally.
     
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  9. TLCH723

    TLCH723 Notebook Consultant

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    1) No
    2) Only DP and HDMI use dGPU. There is no eGPU unless you connect one via TB3.
    3) Silent mode kills the fans and throttle more.
    4) Yes
    5) Yes, but I am no lawyer
     
  10. L_A_B

    L_A_B Notebook Enthusiast

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    Oh, my fault!
    I mean dGPU, not eGPU.
    I try to rephrase: Can I use external 4K@60Hz display with Integrated GPU?
    If only DP and HDMI using Nvidia GPU, it is mean that Intel GPU can drive external monitor via TB3?
    In Gigabyte software? Can you provide some screenshots of that fan curve settings?
    I can't find good overview of all Gigabyte software functions.
     
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