TONGFANG GK5CN5Z and TONGFANG GK5CN6Z

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  1. Nap0l3on

    Nap0l3on Notebook Enthusiast

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    WoW here is my CB results, very similiar results on my config. (TG Kryonaut and Artic Thermal Pad 1.5mm, max 83C - stress test (cpu+vga) )
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  2. Turnip

    Turnip Notebook Enthusiast

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    So I've had my laptop for about 2-3 weeks now and while I've ironed out basically all my issues, I noticed something today that is now bugging me because I don't remember if it was here before or not.
    I have the 144hz screen and I've just now noticed there is a thin black border around the screen. They persist even when its turned off - I can still see the color difference. It's more of a cosmetic slight really, and seems like these should be covered by the bezel, but I just wanted to confirm if anyone else had this as well? To see if its the actual border of the panel itself or if I have some other issue that just popped it. It just seems strange that I wouldn't have noticed it up until this point.

    Edit: I've already stopped noticing it so it probably has been here the entire time.
     
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  3. steberg

    steberg Notebook Evangelist

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    I'm running on XMG bios now; it's EC v.1.29.09 and Bios v.1.03. Nice XMG boot logo.
    I also installed Premas latest ME firmare 12.0.3.1091

    Got 1211 in CB. The best from Mechrevo bios 1.10 was 1216


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  4. Phoenix1221

    Phoenix1221 Notebook Geek

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    Thanks for posting your results lads, it's always good to have something to compare too. I use the Mechrevo 1.10, think EC version is the same as yours. I'm getting around 1210-1220 with ThrottleStop settings finetuned.

    Sent from my SM-G950F using Tapatalk
     
  5. lKinder_Bueno

    lKinder_Bueno Notebook Guru

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    Mechrevo uses 1.23.09 EC. So the XMG is the most updated

    Nice! I can't wait to test it when PCS will send back my laptop after RMA
     
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  6. Phoenix1221

    Phoenix1221 Notebook Geek

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    Thanks for clarifying! I wonder if there's any significant difference between the EC versions. I like to keep my stuff updated but everything works and I'm getting good Cinebench scores so I might just leave it until there is a bigger step forward.

    Sent from my SM-G950F using Tapatalk
     
  7. OliverL87

    OliverL87 Notebook Enthusiast

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    @lKinder_Bueno
    How did u flashed it? Did u do it on the Windows Desktop?
    Like there?
    http://tieba.baidu.com/p/5726872551?pn=0&&red_tag=b2566302235
     
  8. Nap0l3on

    Nap0l3on Notebook Enthusiast

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    NO. You can easily turn your laptop into brick i guess.

    My methode:
    Use EFI shell (boot from Pandrive):
    Update the BIOS and then the EC.

    Code:
    First: AfuEfix64.efi ROMNAME /p /b /r /x /l /reboot
    Second: AfuEfix64.efi ROMNAME /p /b /r /x /l /capsule
    (If I remember correctly)

    Be careful! Easy to brick from your laptop!
     
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    damole Notebook Geek

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  10. lKinder_Bueno

    lKinder_Bueno Notebook Guru

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    Download BIOS file from PCS, put the two folders on the USB storage and follow the instructions

     
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