Razer Blade 15.6" (GTX 1060/1070, 2018 edition) Owner's Lounge

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  1. Requiemsky

    Requiemsky Notebook Enthusiast

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    I use throttlestop in FIVR set max to 3.2 under turbo ratio limits
     
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    Got it, so I've set my turbo ratio multiplier limit to 35 in my case. Here's an even sillier question, do I have to hit "Turn ON" on the Throttlestop front page for these limits to be implemented, or are the ratios set on the FIVR page working regardless of whether you hit "Turn ON" or not?

    In addition - do I have to use task scheduler to make sure Throttlestop loads at log in to enable these reduced multipliers to take effect after every restart/relog, or do you just set them once in FIVR and never have to load Throttlestop again? Apologies for these inane queries.
     
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    Requiemsky Notebook Enthusiast

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    Oh yes high five o/\o
    I realized I get a couple more degrees drop when I position the legs like in the pic to channel the air through the center and Cool down where the cpu and gpu is while giving fresh air to the fans. I’ve also added some non slip 3m plastic things to the bottom so it stops moving when I move the screen
     

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    yeah definitely have it turned on. I have the task scheduler open it when I turn the computer on. I also keep it open to display my temps in the task bar. but thats my own preference.
     

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  5. cookinwitdiesel

    cookinwitdiesel Retired Bencher

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    If anyone finds more info on the panel: LGD05C0

    I am very interested in trying to figure out if I can get one to throw into my AW 15 R3 :D If I can do that I will likely just stay put for now. But definitely had my eyes opened by the 144 Hz! This panel seems like a rare TN panel that is actually good quality picture - read about a LOT of horror stories where if you want 120/144 Hz you have to sacrifice a lot of picture quality and accuracy with TN panels
     
  6. Petrov

    Petrov Notebook Deity

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    One small build quality issue - there is a very small gap between the track pad and the case. It is about half a millimeter, but with the right light behind you, you can actually see a glint of something in the gap (battery?). It's wide enough to stick a newspaper paper down (I tried), so it will collect bits of dust/skin/crap etc.

    You can see the glints in this picture https://imgur.com/a/uWw3o2P
     
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    Did anyone try bios 1.03? Any difference?
     
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    FYI, its not a TN panel; it is IPS. It is an amazing panel for sure.
     
  9. Petrov

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    I've installed it - no idea what it did, haven't noticed anything (but I've only had the laptop for less than a day, so my baseline is pretty uninformed).
     
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    Firebat246 Notebook Evangelist

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    It was a fix for some USB issues. Nothing crazy as far as I know.
     
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