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About doctorMoss

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  1. The whole reason you'd do this is to try to squeeze a little more performance out of the rig. If you don't intend to do that and things are running smoothly, then no.
  2. I only own about 120 games, and most of them were just discount grabs for fun
  3. https://www.twitch.tv/doctormoss I stream pretty much any game usually.
  4. I kept having issues trying to run fpt.exe to flash initially, getting abort issues. Turns out I when creating the bootable win98 files, the files copied are system-hidden so you don't have to re-copy the files into the bootable USB.
  5. I've got weird things happen on my y500 lately. I hope anyone can shine a light on this. 1. In Energy Management, setting the battery option to [Optimized Battery Health] discharges the battery even if you're plugged in. I tried this with and without my SLI 650M. And all power options do nothing(High Performance, balanced, Power saver) until the laptop is drained empty. An technician from Lenovo support came over today and changed the mobo, and still it happens. He called back to HQ and they said Optimized does drain but up til 60% and it charges back. Now I'm monitoring for any further changes. 2. Event viewer gives me hundreds of event warnings on the system saying my processor is limited by system firmware. This annoys me to no end because I thought I had an incompatible chipset driver. I reformatted numerous times with different drivers and it still does that. Current install is Windows 8.1 UEFI install with Lenovo Malaysia's support site drivers. Does anyone else get these issues with their Y500's?
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