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    Could you allow different keyboard layouts for editing the backlight colors? Also I don't know if Razer's Chroma uses a specific chip but I wonder if the Chroma API would work with the current lighting co-processor.
     
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    I would start by getting a 230w power supply like the ones used in the 17.3' model, then change the wattage limit which is listed somewhere in the forum.
     
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    Does anyone know ways to make the trackpad more stable?
     
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    ok cool. I looked at the list but just couldn't make sure which compatible PSU to buy. I was told the PSU from the 17 inch version isnt a direct replacement
     
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    Idk your region, but something like this is what you want to find: https://www.eluktronics.com/230-watt-ac-adapter-P6x0-1070
    The laptop won't accept the full 230w without any changes to the charging wattage limit.
     
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    I'm in the UK. When you say change the charging limit that sounds like a bios or EC mod?
     
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    https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Genuine-...7:g:nDMAAOSwlkpcPO42:rk:4:pf:1&frcectupt=true
    https://www.ebay.com/itm/DC-5-5-x-2...=item363d762591:g:gvQAAOSw9iFbvObQ:rk:28:pf:0
    These two will work.

    OEMsev is the tool that allows flashing to changer adapter limits. Idk, if 230w has to be added or option 1 is already 230w, but this is the tool you want to use. You can read more in here.
     
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    Man you're a Star, will defo try OEMsev with 230W although you would think that they must've updated the bios already to accommodate the new RTX cards but still worth a try. Cheers!
     
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    SB5 Alt/ Audio Enhancer mods:
    All on here, https://www.techpowerup.com/forums/threads/making-audio-enhancers-work-on-windows.244309/
    You can install other enhancers over each other

    It is possible that the drivers (software) aren't great as shown in the following post:
    http://forum.notebookreview.com/threads/p157sm-heavily-modded-speakersystem.812687/

    In the case of the 15.6' you do lack a sub which could be added since the sub port is still on the sub board with the audio jacks as long as you can find a way to make the cables longer to find an actual space to put the OEM sub or get the larger battery and try to stuff it under the wide cable connecting the sub-board with the motherboard or find a thin sub and try to find a connect to fit.
     
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