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Discussion in 'Systems' started by Dekades, Jul 14, 2021.
Hhhhh atejagh est 6 fois plus grosse et toi
Só poderia ser mais acessível
oh i see now
Got a Blade Pro 17 QHD 3070 Mid 2021 (11800h). Currently running on BIOS 1.03 and undervolting via software (throttlestop or XTU) ist working fine.
I am kinda scared updating to 1.04 which is available here (https://mysupport.razer.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/5524)
Does anyone have updated to 1.04 and can confirm undervolting is still unlocked?
Will razerblade 17 be available in the QHD 3080, 32GB ram configuration? Currently QHD is only available with 3070 GPU.
Question about the new (late 2021) Blade 17's 4K 120Hz display. I can't find NITS rating for it anywhere. Does anyone know?
Is it normal for the 11800h to show 800mhz for ram in CPU-Z when it is set to 3200Mhz in BIOS?
I mean, for double data it should show half of what the ram actually is running at, but with the 11800h is shows only 1/4 of the effective clock speed.
Is this the same for all of you with 11800h?
Use HWinfo, saw a thread before having this issue as well with CPU-Z
it only is a bug in cpuz i guess, i wanted to know if its the same for you or others or if it is just my machine
I am looking for a new set of screws for the heatpipe, the ones with the spring, anyone know where one can get theres typ of screws?
Got mine from Ebay (For my Blade Pro 2020 with the Vapor Chamber cooling), They have the same spring screw as some GPUs. Took the screw and transferred the spring from the old one (damaged the originals due to subpar quality screwdriver). Good as new and I have a lot of spare ready
Size is M2 x 6.8mm
Ordered a set, thank you very much.
Wasn’t it hard to get the springs from the original ones detached? Already briefly tired to took them off, but as far I can remember, they are attached very solid with the screw.
Also, how did they fit in/in the heatsink? With the springs from the original screws, I guess the pressure which holds down the heatsink/vapor chamber is the same and therefore the temps are the same as well.
Removing the spring from the original screws is not that hard. A tweezer will definitely help. Technically the springs are the ones pushing the vapor chamber to the GPU and CPU dies. The replacement one's go a little deeper than the original providing a little more pressure, which on my case improved the contact of the CPU with the Heatsink.
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