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  1. tracer2535

    tracer2535 Notebook Enthusiast

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    Checked again, boots up normally now.
     
  2. Derek712

    Derek712 Notebook Virtuoso

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    If you disconnected the battery, the next boot will be a little weird and requires the laptop to be plugged in. That's normal.

    What type of paste are you using that leaked? As long as it's not LM, it doesn't matter.

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    tracer2535 Notebook Enthusiast

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    Thermal Grizzly Kryonaout, not LM.

    Another thing: thermals on GPU are still ****ty. Sport shift, coolerboost, 20 min of overwatch and GPU is on 88. CPU is 85. Should I give some time for paste to "Kick in" or should I already take it to the service and see what's the issue there?
     
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    Derek712 Notebook Virtuoso

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    CPU seems ok but yeah the GPU is a little high. Like I mentioned before though, I barely got any improvement out of the GPU when I did it either.

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    I don't think 88 is a little high, I think it's over the top really. Safe temps for 1060 are up to 83, after which there should be throttling, 95 is when it shuts down. I don't remember having this issue a month ago, GPU never exceeded 83 degrees (I think). Now (I think actually after last driver update) it overhears and I don't know how to solve it.
     
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    Aand CPU also goes up to 95-96 degrees and throttles
     
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    RipleyJohn Notebook Enthusiast

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    guys i need help fast T.T i tried to install linux mint cinnamon today and partitioned my ssd and it was ok. then i tried to dual boot. it was ok. after trying to install linux mint and the process failed and so i restarted my laptop. but when it rebooted. tht appeared and linux nor windows 10pro no longer boots!
     

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    this appears when i try to boot linux 64bitand it just gets stuck at there and my laptop gets heated.
     

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    tmark00 Notebook Enthusiast

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    Hi.
    For those, who will upgrade WIFI/BT card to Intel 9260 I have god news. I have just transplanted Intel card instead Killer 1535. I have bought Intel® Wireless-AC 9260 card on Aliexpress, I downloaded the newest driver form https://downloadcenter.intel.com/product/99445/Intel-Wireless-AC-9260, switched cards, uninstalled Killer driver, Installed WiFi driver and BT-driver, and it wend seamless.
    WiFi work fast, BT-connect with my headphone with aptX connection.
    Regards,
    tmark
     
  10. Willxiam

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    hi everybody, anyone knows why sometimes, when the notebook startup the monitor don't works until windows 10 starts???, i need to update the bios, uefi or a driver??, thanks for the help
     
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