TONGFANG GK5CN5Z and TONGFANG GK5CN6Z

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  1. VonPaul

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    No F**** way to dl this new bios ! Its a shame ! Does anyone can share it ?
     
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    Repasted my tracer iii slim with mx4 paste (the original paste was pretty dry and caked on, I guess cyberpower didn't repaste it after they received the units). Ingame COD blackout temps (with gpu ocd +100hz core/500 mem) topped out at 65-69c, and cpu at 66-71c (before gpu was like 71-78c, cpu 74-83c), with fan set to office 50%. Cpu was boosting to 3.9ghz most of the time (and in dead by daylight pinned to 3.9ghz at all time). Game mode still doesnt work but honestly it's not a problem anymore, I just check from office to fan control mode and can play fine.
     
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    @damole
    I put down the project for a while and have recently picked it up; one thing that I'm unsure of is how GamingCenter stores and updates its profiles. If I manually update the appropriate registry entry for the single-color RGB value (while the keyboard is using that profile on single-color mode, of course), the value is saved in the registry but the profile in GamingCenter remains the same color and the keyboard has the same light. Thus, I assume GamingCenter has to manually retrieve the new values and update the keyboard lighting, but I'm not sure how it does that - there are a variety of .exe files and a batch file in the GamingCenter program files, but none of them appear to perform that task.

    If you have any idea of how this process works, it would be great if you could shed some light on it. Thanks!

    Edit: Typo
     
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  5. steberg

    steberg Notebook Evangelist

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    There is a setting in GameCenter that enables Hibernation USB Charging
     
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  6. Fastidious Reader

    Fastidious Reader Notebook Consultant

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    Option is starting to appear for this and the 17 inch model at various vendors to include a i9-8950hk.

    That seems a bit too much to handle for either chassis.

    What's the tests on that CPU? Does it behave as thermally troublesome as the i7-8750H?

    I'd expect worse but I dunno.
     
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    I doubt the i9 can fully utilize the unlocked potential.

    @D2 Ultima



    Anyone recommend a canadian retailer for this?
     
  8. D2 Ultima

    D2 Ultima Livestreaming Master

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    I estimate with voltage tuning, liquid metal and a raised back, a 1070N and 70W could be sufficiently cooled in the chassis. But that isn't enough to properly feed a 8950HK, and if the loads are low chances are high clockspeeds don't help much in the workloads being done

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  9. Fastidious Reader

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    Yea I think someone posted showing another Thin and Light design laptop with one of the i9s before and would throttle getting lower numbers than the i7-8750H in CineBench.
     
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