P775DM3-G Overheating Woes

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  1. droidmahn

    droidmahn Notebook Consultant

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    Reached out to Xotic and they re-directed me to Sager. Email sent off to them. @Meaker@Sager can you advise?
     
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    Meaker@Sager Company Representative

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    If you start the machine up are all the heatpipes getting hot equally fast?
     
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    droidmahn Notebook Consultant

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    Wont be able to check until tonight. I already have a new heatsink on the way from Sager so we'll see. But I'll get back to you on the heatpipe thing tonight
     
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    droidmahn Notebook Consultant

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    Welp the replacement heatsink did the trick. Chilling along at 76c with overclock :D
     
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  5. TomJGX

    TomJGX I HATE BGA!

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    Clevo really need tot fix their heatsink QC lol!
     
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    Or Foxconn does. :vbconfused:
     
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    bloodhawk Derailer of threads.

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    Dont think Foxconn is still doing the heatsinks for them. I remember seeing another name on the DM3 heat sinks.
     
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