nah you didn’t destroy hopes. I just don’t see why this one is hotter than others. But the whole thing is in thermal specs according to Clevo Japan (hehe, thank god for free long distance including overseas on my cell phone... i would have to died to see that bill
. I waited on hold for a near half hour while they got an english speaking engineer on the phone)
From what I can understand from him, hot sports are normal, and the entire thing can get hot. Before Clevo calls it defective one area would have to be more than 120F. But hes seen some complains on the first gen's that the whole thing heats up near that temp.
It just seems weird this is within thermal design specs for the notebook
Now ive spoken to the HDD manufacture the heat the HDD i reporting is fine, and within specs for it to operate safely. But the memory company seemed concerned that there product was in this whole mess, but it should operate under those conditions. And if it blows out due to heat they will replace it with no questions asked, almost near the same was said from Intel PR rep.
The Intel rep I spoke to that basically gave me the 1.7 to test was concerned and will be speaking with Clevo on this subject. So again this may prove entertaining from my part. I got a semi defective 3790 that’s within design specs.
Now so not to scare people off from PCT, or Sager products in general im sure if this happened to you guys they would swap it for you.
Again I would like to thank the owners of this board for allowing this to stay. I have tried very hard to imply that the product I bought was not your brand and I hope you would have taken care of it. It would have been cool to get your opinion on this, and if you have heard of any issues. But I can also see why it may be the best interest to stay out of the subject as well. But again I would like to thank you for allowing this to stay up.