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

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  1. BringTheRain403

    BringTheRain403 Notebook Guru

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    Does anyone know the screw size I need to get to add another SSD? Where could I get one? Thanks

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    Dannya951 Notebook Enthusiast

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    Check my post on page 89. Technical support told me they intend to have everyone send in their Aero 15's for keyboard replacements in the next few weeks.
     
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    I recently bought the the Cooler Master NotePal U3 Plus for a cooling station and it seems to bring my temps down a little minus 5 to 10 degrees on just browsing the web listening to music. 39 GPU 44 CPU degrees C
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    For gaming and Virtual Reality played Robo Recall for an hour and then turned on PUBG while I had Robo Recall going to get the GPU maxed out and was getting good temps. 76 GPU 80 CPU degrees Celsius
    http://imgur.com/a/PkNuJ

    I live in Canada, Ontario so my temps don't really get that high from the weather. I don't have air conditioning just the windows open and it's 30 degrees Celsius outside which would be 86 degrees Fahrenheit. I also have a stock laptop with no added thermal paste bought from Canada Computers and they price matched the deal on Newegg so I didn't have to wait for shipping.

    I like the Cooler Master U3 because there is 3 movable fans and I placed them all at the back of the laptop where the air intake is to optimize cooling. The only issue I have with the cooler so far is that it is on a high angle and isn't adjustable so the laptop isn't as secure as I'd like it to be. Although the cooler does come with a strap to secure the laptop, it seems like a hassle to put on and take it off constantly. The cooler is also powered via USB so I just plug it into the laptop charger. Lastly, the fans on the cooler are fairly quiet on max speed and can be adjusted to a slower, more quiet setting via control on the power chord.

    I also picked up the Tomtoc Sleeve Recommended by @scrod which fits very nicely at 15-15.4 inch model and I got a Filson Padded Computer Bag in Otter Green for maximum protection/style. The Filson bag has a Lifetime warranty on it and is very reputable company that makes outstanding gear.
     
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  4. CallmeBigfaat

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    Well after looking at a bunch of comments on YouTube that that have responded to , they have said the 4K version would come out in June, then no later than July , then Q3, and then by the end of August. Sooooo let's hope we get that version soon! They said it would also be a newegg first so I'll be sure to keep checking on there!
     
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    Why is my SSD so slow? I have the liteon SSD which is supposed to be NVMe, yet I'm getting incredibly slow speeds.
     
  6. BringTheRain403

    BringTheRain403 Notebook Guru

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    US version is SATA. I believe they are both liteon drives

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    That doesn't explain how I'm getting ridiculously slow 4k speeds.
     
  8. smartuy

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    Changed some power options, and lo and behold my speeds are much better. Standard windows laptop power settings are complete trash for regular use.
     

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    Can you guys confirm if the "D" key is working just fine for the laptop? The problem for me just seems to be the "D" key as far as I can tell. I have to depress the key all way, if I don't it has problems registering. I realized I had a lot of typos where the d was missing(no pun intended).
     
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  10. smartuy

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    Works fine for me, just got the laptop earlier today and the keyboard so far has been fantastic. Nice key travel and provides good feedback.
     
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