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    i have the same issue with external monitor and online videos goes black when in full screen!
    Any solution ?
    I have only the external monitor ON .
    i have all the latest updates .
     
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    For ISO to USB use rufus

    https://rufus.akeo.ie/
     
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    Finally I did a test of the HD with Crystal Disk Mark, the HD was not even responding, could not launch the test.
    The I did the command CHKDSK F/ , after the computer restarded to do it.

    ==> MIRACLE IT WORKS NOW !!!

    So CHKDSK :);)
     
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    ok i did some digging and noticed that when on battery, no matter what settings i select on power mode/gpu the dragon gaming center shows a significant drop on the GPU memory clock, specifically from 4000Mhz to 400Mhz, the GPU core clock still fluctuates but that happens under both plugged in and battery modes.

    it seems the BIOS has decided to scale back the GPU memory clock on battery no matter what, anyone have insight?
     
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    GPUs always throttle on battery. I don't think laptop batteries could handle that high of s discharge rate anyways. At least not long term.
     
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    Kevin@GenTechPC Company Representative

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    AC adapter can provide 120-330W of power but battery is just 50W. Nobody wants to make a gaming laptop that can run on full performance on a battery.
     
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    Hey guys, im considering buying this laptop but i have a doubt about the webcam resolution: is it 720p or 1080p (like it's advertised)?
     
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