TONGFANG GK5CN5Z / GK5CN6Z / GK5CQ7Z / GK5CP0Z

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  1. arcticjoe

    arcticjoe Notebook Deity

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    Just ordered 2x 32GB SODIMMs... Lets hope they work in this machine.
     
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  2. JamesCoy

    JamesCoy Notebook Enthusiast

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    Okay.... luckily it’s still in my history. There are two URLs I’ll put them both here for people to find. I believe the first one works and the second is broken, but try em both.

    Intel games software pack url link (to help people searching)

    Https://softwareoffer.intel.com/Redeem

    Https://starterpack.intel.com/#/home
     
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  3. GTRagnarok

    GTRagnarok Notebook Evangelist

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    Finally upgraded to an NVMe SSD - 500GB WD Black. Installed it in the second slot while keeping the stock 256GB SSD as storage. Getting full advertised speeds. Now just need to wait for 1-2TB 2.5" SSDs to drop further to replace the annoying HDD.
     
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    umbr@ Notebook Enthusiast

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    What software did you use to get the read/write speeds?
     
  5. GTRagnarok

    GTRagnarok Notebook Evangelist

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    CrystalDiskMark
     
  6. scottydo42

    scottydo42 Notebook Enthusiast

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    I have the same issue with mine when the panel goes past 90 degrees. Also, noticed when compared to the right it is somewhat lop-sided. Same with you? @ZaiArgylle
     
  7. densify

    densify Newbie

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    Mechanical whine? Perhaps someone has figured out a way to disable the HDD without having to open up the laptop and remove it. I'd be interested in learning how as well.
     
  8. derekdauzat

    derekdauzat Notebook Enthusiast

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    Group T-FORCE DELTA R RGB SSD (Rainbow) 1TB
    from newegg it was $93.99 i don't care about led its not even going to light up in a laptop configuration.. i thought it was good deal for 1tb.
     
  9. GTRagnarok

    GTRagnarok Notebook Evangelist

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    I mean, I've set it to power down after a couple minutes in Windows' Power settings but it just turns on seemingly randomly sometimes. That droning hum it makes, that slight vibration I can feel. I thought I had left this all behind me cause I've used an HDD-less laptop for the past 5 years, lol. It will be a lot nicer to replace it with an SSD. A 1TB 2.5" can now be had for under $100 and a 2TB under $200. I will have to bite soon.
     
  10. Plokko

    Plokko Newbie

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    MechRevo GamingCenter 2.0.1.1 is available (in the download page for the gtx 2060 version but works for the 10xx version too, i tested it!)
    http://driver.tongfangpc.com/d.mechrevo.com/driver/GamingCenter_2.0.1.1_Mechrevo.zip
    They did update the UI but they made it worse (colors and settings are less usable).

    By the way i found out that the standby problem may be caused by GamingCentre but it must be installed to correctly turn off the keyboard during standby.
    I After some re-installation of GC i found MechRevo GC with Mechrevo BIOS seems to work.
     

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