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  1. ryzeki

    ryzeki Super Moderator Super Moderator

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    Try re-flashing the latest bios again, I don't remember having issues with the option sticking once enabled.
     
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  2. 82280zx

    82280zx Notebook Guru

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    I have another minor annoyance, I use alot of remote programs like Teamviewer, VNC etc, well when I close the laptop lid I have it configured to do nothing while plugged in, it ends up making my browsers go white and windows 10 start menu acts a bit funny? Like I'm not able to right click etc. This is a fresh install of windows and if I leave the screen open everything works fine. I looked in the bios for a possible display switch when the lid closes? But didn't see anything, anyone have a fix besides the disable hardware acceleration?
     
  3. AU4U

    AU4U Notebook Evangelist

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    My M.2 heatsink doesn't contact evenly, its higher on one side.
    I really don't want to start bending the 3 tabs and end up with pressure on the wrong area.
    Right now I'm using a 1.5mm pad, any thicker I'm afraid of putting too much pressure on the contact area that is on the bottom right of the picture. I do not want snap in 2 my OS M.2.
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    So I was contemplating removing it and have air run across them for cooling, their covered, and air restricted.
    Then I saw this and considered using 3 of these instead.
    There are several different styles and thicknesses.
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    Has anyone ever used theses?
    Have the bands lasted? Are they rubber or silicone? (My concern)
    Would thermal paste be better than thermal pads?

    I guess the next thing will be making them with RGB on them.
    Hmmmm .... Maybe for Christmas this year?
     
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  4. Spartan

    Spartan Notebook Nobel Laureate

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    What nVIDIA Driver are you using?
     
  5. Rengsey R. H. Jr.

    Rengsey R. H. Jr. I Never Slept

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    When is the unboxing and tear down of the new beast? Lol

    I forgot this isn’t the new GT75 thread lol
     
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  6. AU4U

    AU4U Notebook Evangelist

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    Anyone try one of these?
    Does the keyboard act as an air rout to the fans for cooling?
    Will disrupt airflow?
    Will this impede keystrokes if it does not flex properly or is too stiff?
    Hmmmmm ...... Maybe I'll try some saran warp 1st.....
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  7. 82280zx

    82280zx Notebook Guru

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    The latest that is out.
     
  8. Spartan

    Spartan Notebook Nobel Laureate

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    there is 417.71 which is the latest official and is buggy then there is 417.75 which is the Hotfix driver. I hope you are on the latter.
     
  9. B0B

    B0B Notebook Deity

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    Here's the updated GT75 with an i9 and RTX 2080
     
  10. Rengsey R. H. Jr.

    Rengsey R. H. Jr. I Never Slept

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    Tear down?
     
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