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  1. The first thing I would do is disable Fast Startup option in Windows10. Like this tutorial explains. If at next shutdown it is solved, it was that bad boy 100%. And honestly, with a RAID of 2 SSD I don't see much reasoning to keep this option alive, so you better turn it off.
  2. Update. It seems pretty obvious that something while in the first 20" or so during Suspension is changing the date. It's very weird and annoying: I suspend at Feb 16 9:02 PM, 20" passes, PC wakes up, and it shows Feb 17, 9:02... Event Viewer doesn't say anything noteworthy. Of course I tried to disable Time sync on or off with no avail. The change is local. And not occurring everytime, just sometimes, it seems. I might wait till Redstone for a clean Install, no really up to a total clean install as of now. I'm pretty sure the thing could be solved by picking something elsewhere, the problem is.. WHERE? O:)
  3. Uhm.. I don't know, Prema. I installed by MCT (not really clean installed, but still overwriting the whole installation) the 10586 build over the 10240 which the Clevo came with. Thus I doubt it is a software issue. At least with Windows as a culprit. Still, it's pretty rare, at least. So I can survive with it, for the moment. I don't know if that's related by I noticed recently that when it happens, I may feel the date of the PC is slightly different (like 1 day advanced), despite the time sync is always set in Windows. Who knows if they are correlated things. I'll investigate further on this when it re-happens For sure, should it become more harassing, I'd go the safest clean install route. PS: by what I feel by seeing your answer, this is not a thing ever happened in your might experience with Clevos, though...
  4. Does anyone know something more than me about that matter? Does it really exist a heat cooling policy inside the Clevo's (or their Control Center) that could awake the computer? Or there is something wrong with my installation? In this moment it just can't suspend (for more than 20 seconds) even after a light browsing session. Weird.
  5. Thanks Scerate! I did exactly what you said and it worked wonderfully! There should be a STICKY POST for that, because any Clevo is shipped with a 75 Hz monitor but NVIDIA drives that at only 60 Hz G-SYNC so I don't see why anyone should even avoid reaching what the tech in this machine is able to. Problem solved!
  6. Oh, thanks StoneTrap! I'll give it a check. From what I'm seeing in the thread of the creator I should just use the DETAILED RESOLUTION block, right? Use detailed resolutions to define custom refresh rates at the native resolution. Did you create a new Entry in the Detailed Resolution block or modified the existing one? And about the Custom Extension block, the creator says: NVIDIA users must choose "Custom extension block" for custom resolutions to work properly. Did you select this, even if only modifying the DETAILED RESOLUTION? Thanks in advance. I'd rather prefer avoid getting stuck with a black screen after applying... O:)
  7. Does anyone know anything about G-Sync better than me?
  8. Hi all, as I already stated elsewhere in this forum, I've just bought a Batman 2.0 (P771DM-G) few days ago. What I've discovered is the computer likes to auto-resume from standby if it.. "thinks it's worth to do so".. I mean: it seems that if it requires more heat dissipation, it could wake up automously withing 20"-25". It happens only after some gaming session, that's why I think it might be some forced policy coming from the Clevo Control Center or the BIOS itself. Oh, and I troubleshooted with powercfg -lastwake and -waketimers without any more detail, and the Windows Event Viewer just says the PC got resumed by an "unknown reason". Since I think here in this forum there is the best knowledge about BIOS and low-level policies of those computers, I'd like to get a confirmation about my theory. Is it something that can be avoided with some Clevo CC setting? Or I need to let the computer dissipate some minutes before actually trying to suspend it for the next hours? I haven't the BIOS/VBIOS revision numbers here, but the computer has been assembled just 10 days ago (and I don't see any firmware update in the reseller website: http://santech.eu R39 model). The Clevo Control Center is the latest available in that website: v5.0000.0.22 Thanks for the support, guys! EDIT: wrong Model. It's a P771DM-G.
  9. Hi all, I finally stopped being a lurker here because now own a Batman 2.0 (P771DM-G) since a week! (Santech rebranded). Great machine, I'd say. It comes with the 970M flavour. What I'm wondering, though, is: IS IT POSSIBLE to raise the G-SYNC refresh rate for games up to the maximum specification of the screen? (possibily without touching VBIOS and such) So far I couldn't bring it beyond 60 Hz in-game. Those are my attempts, so far: - I Created a custom resolution for the screen in the NVIDIA Contorl Panel: 1920x1080 @ 75 Hz - It seems to work (specific websites do recognize the panel refresh at 75-ish Hz) - Activated G-SYNC (for full screen only) in NVIDIA the CP - Disabled Shadowplay (turning it on does the same, btw), just to be sure its 60FPS recording wasn't the limiting factor - Then start a Full Screen game, for example Team Fortress 2 (with all max settings, as like as GeForce experience allows) - Turn V-Sync Off in the game (Turning it On does not change anything in that regard) RESULT: The game is G-SYNC'd at 60 Hz (SIXTY HERTZ), instead of 75. SMH Is there a known and easy way to force max-Refresh Rate under G-SYNC at the real max Refresh of the Panel (75 Hz)?? And by the way here is a mini-review of that baby, showing the "problem" I'm facing: Thanks for any help, TheMacco26 EDIT: wrong Model. It's a P771DM-G.
  10. Hello to everyone. I've signed up this forum because I think it is one of the most comprehensive and detailed forum to find infos about Clevos barebones. I'm leaning toward buying a Clevo in the very next future (P771DM or sort of), hence the interest at gathering the most informations possible before the buying. And.. what do I? Well, as a hobby I am a pretty established youtuber (8K subscribers and counting, as I speak), whose main theme is some co-op mode of TeamFortress2 and other multiplayers. I really need to squeeze some more juice than what my current setup can (currently a pretty old Dell XPS17 701x), but I'm still limited to the need of a notebook form factor, to move it around here and there around the house at my needs. Byez, TheMacco26
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