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  1. darsh79n1

    darsh79n1 Notebook Enthusiast

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    Make sure you get the proper tools to open the back cover... Don't use excessive force to open its very fragile... Also with the heatsink be very gentle with it to avoid bind it.. and take all the time you need.
     
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    Kilador Notebook Consultant

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    I have tried 4 thermal pastes in this laptop:

    - Kryonaut
    - Coolermaster Mastergel Maker
    - Phobya Nanogrease
    - IC Diamond

    None of them except IC Diamond lasted more than a few days/weeks: CPU temps were fine the first days but after a while, they began to increase and reached 90c+ when gaming.

    IC Diamond is giving me 83c max and looks like it's gonna last forever.

    If you have problems with your regular paste I recommend that one based on my experience.
     
  3. darsh79n1

    darsh79n1 Notebook Enthusiast

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    1st i believe you about the paste recommendation... But i think the only effective solution to this beast is undervolt the cpu and gpu.. I don't doubt you it might worked with you fine.
     
  4. Ricsi

    Ricsi Newbie

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    Hi everybody, I have the GE 75 I7-9750H and 2080, modified my laptop bottom cover and bought an
    Enhance GX-C1 Laptop Cooling Stand

    It seems the cooling pad is not helping, has somebody tried with the same set up as mine different cooling stands? I think the small fans by blowing on the internal fans may prevent them from working efficiently.
    Any ideas ? thanks
     
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    seanwee Notebook Deity

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    Has anyone tried the display overdrive setting in the new dragon center?

    This is what i get on my GS75 (which uses the same panel as the GE75 iirc)

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  6. darsh79n1

    darsh79n1 Notebook Enthusiast

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    no i deleted the DC for ever from my windows ... it really bad app and make lots of troubles
     
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    I never had any significant problems using Dragon center. The app is a bit buggy when setting battery charge limit but that's it.

    What problems did you have?
     
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    Zero compatibility with msi afterburner and throttlestop... I had to do full clean windows installation without DC app... System running smoothly and extremely stable... Before i got loads of blue screens and freezes during gaming... Seriously bad app
     
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    darsh79n1 Notebook Enthusiast

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    All i need now is substitute battery lifespan app to keep the battery below 60%...or is there any way to stop it from bios settings?
     
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    I use both throttlestop and MSI afterburner as well. No issues. Turbo mode applies a pre-overclock so it will mess with afterburner, I use sport mode.

    And no, I don't know any app that has control of the max battery charge level.
     
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