TONGFANG GK7CN6S / GK7CP0S / GK7CP7S

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  1. icrot

    icrot Notebook Enthusiast

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    tbh it is better without a sub atm since current drivers don't use the subwoofer without causing crackles. There is a subwoofer mod guide somewhere online that'll show you how to if you want to try and make one, finding parts might mean asking companies to sell you the part.
     
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    The sound is so bad that you beter invest the money in a decent headset than putting a sub inside.
    On the other hand, I don't suffer from crackling noises at all.

    I have another problem, I never updated my control center but recently it changed behavior.
    The fan speed seems to not spool up anymore, only when i boost it manually. Temps are still OK but much higher than before under standard settings. CPU went from 70 degrees and moderate fan speed to 80 degrees and low fanspeed.
     
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    Possible to use other CCs with any barebones? The Eluktronics one looks to have more options than the Illegear one. Would love to give the XMG one a shot as well
     
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    i have msi gt60 that has outstanding speaker for such a laptop, and i agree with you that it's only a laptop, which it sound will never be as good as stand alone speaker set.
     
  6. Master Stewie

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    Today I have another 'problem', my Tongfang seems to be warped, but only when the lid of the screen is open. If you start to type, it is not flat on the table. (And the table is :p).
    If tou close the lid, the laptop feels straight and doesn't move at all. Very strange.
    I almost never use the laptop as a laptop, so I didn't noticed at all. Maybe my x-stand caused this... Are heat? But I never suffer from very heat components (mine never went above 85 degrees),


    When I'm not using throttestop, the fan is getting loader. Maybe it alters something on values that I can't see right now.
     
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    I dont mind a louder fan curve. Doesn't really bother me
     
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    I have a noise cancelling headphone now, so I just let it blow :).
     
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    So I've got a problem with my PCSpecialist GK7CP0S.
    It developed a screen flicker just after Christmas so I sent it back for repair. They found a fault with the motherboard and replaced it, did their burn in tests and sent it back.
    When I got it back all seemed well until I tried to launch a game. If the laptop is plugged into the charger the system hangs, the screen artifices and then crashes. If I launch the game on battery it'll run fine although at a reduced speed.
    I tried everything I could think of. Fresh install of Windows. Removed the Nvidia drivers via DDU and loaded the ones from their website and nothingwould fix the problem.
    I sent it back as a failed RMA as games launched fine before returning it for repair (I was using an external display for a few days while waiting for collection)
    They told me it must have been a corrupted driver and that they'd wiped it and reinstalled the correct drivers and all was fine. When I got the system back it was still doing the exact same thing.
    The strange thing is Furmark and Passmark are both fine with the graphics tests but Superposition fails as soon as you launch the test. Any game crashes the system be it on Steam, Origin or stand alone.
    PCS are claiming it is a software issue and are refusing to do anything so at this point I haven't got a clue what to do.
    Anyone have any idea what might be causing this?
     
  10. undervolter0x0309

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    1. Reset undervolting
    2. Check temps when gaming
    3. Check power adapter voltage when gaming
    4. Install intel and nvidia drivers
     
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