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  1. billycuth

    billycuth Notebook Consultant

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    sorry. mistake.
     
  2. Antoine van Daalen

    Antoine van Daalen Notebook Guru

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    Since I got this laptop I knew not all games would run on 144 fps on a 1060. Games like CS, Rocket League do but like R6 Siege doesn't on ultra settings and 100% screen scale. I used to play on my desktop PC with a Ultrawide Samsung 75hz monitor so I find 60hz not playable anymore. Maybe u guys already know about this program called CRU (Custom Resolution Utilty) where u can set your own resolution and refresh rate. So ur not restricted to play only on 144hz or 60hz

    75hz is always better/smoother than 60hz :)
     

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    Antoine van Daalen Notebook Guru

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    Btw what does this mean?[​IMG]
     
  4. LanceAvion

    LanceAvion Notebook Deity

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    You're right mate, the speakers are pretty weak on this chassis.
     
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    stesteste Notebook Guru

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    Had same massage yesterday when I changed Bios, just go in bios settings and under secure boot click on “delete all variables” than “load default variables” and it will disappear.
     
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    stesteste Notebook Guru

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    Are there any differences or improvements between Gaming Center 1.2.2.8 and 1.1.16.4, should I change?
     
  7. clone1008

    clone1008 Notebook Consultant

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    Just picked up the Overpowered version of this. Based on reviews I ordered 2 8gb 2666MHz DDR4 CL15 and also am upgrading the SSD to a 1TB High-Performance NVMe. Super excited at the cost savings!
     
  8. deprest

    deprest Notebook Enthusiast

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    For anyone interested in running Linux on this, I tried Ubuntu 18.10 via a Live CD (installed on USB key). Everything seems to work as it should except the trackpad isn't being recognized. There may not be a driver for it yet. I also haven't tried the Nvidia drivers yet.
     
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  9. nimaim

    nimaim Notebook Geek

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    Ubuntu 10 is pretty ancient. 18.04 is their latest LTS. I'm running Linux Mint 19 (also based on 18.04) alongside Windows 10. Install kernel 4.19.x with ukuu and that fixes everything. Only thing that doesn't work as far as I know is adjusting keyboard brightness. I have everything working else in there, even undervolt using https://github.com/georgewhewell/undervolt ...
     
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    deprest Notebook Enthusiast

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    Sorry, typo on my part - I meant to write Ubuntu 18.10. Just corrected it now, thanks.
     
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