Lenovo Legion Y530-15ICH | [notebook]



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Lenovo Legion Y530-15ICH - Discussion
notebook: Windows 10 | IntelВ®Core в„ў i7-8750N 8th generation
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Description
This 15.6-inch laptop, which optimally balances performance and portability, is an ideal solution for gamers. Incredibly stylish device equipped with the latest high-performance components. Lenovo Legion Y530 has a full-size white backlit keyboard, as well as the most efficient and quiet cooling system. Thanks to this gamer can be included in the game anywhere and at any time.
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Specifications
Specifications
CPU

IntelВ®Core в„ў i7-8750H 8th Generation
IntelВ®Core в„ў i5-8300H 8th Generation
operating system
Windows 10 Home or
Windows 10 Pro
Display
15.6-inch FHD (1920 x 1080) display with IPS matrix (144 Hz, 300 cd / m2), or
15.6-inch FHD (1920 x 1080) display with IPS matrix (60 Hz, 300 cd / m2), or
15.6-inch FHD (1920 x 1080) standard display with IPS matrix (60 Hz, 250 cd / m2)
Video card
NVIDIAВ®GeForceВ®GTX 1050 up to 4GB
NVIDIAВ®GeForceВ®GTX 1050 Ti up to 4GB
NVIDIAВ®GeForceВ®GTX 1060 up to 6GB
Battery
52.5 Wh
Memory
32 GB DDR4 (2666 MHz)
Storage device
PCIe solid-state drive with a capacity of 512 GB (in the maximum configuration), with the HDD or separately.
Hard disk capacity up to 2 TB, optionally with support for Intel technology
Audio system
HarmanВ® speakers with Dolby Audio в„ў technology
Ports and connectors
3 USB 3.0 Type-A ports
USB 3.1 Type-C port
Mini DisplayPort 1.4 Connector
HDMI 2.0 connector
RJ-45 Ethernet Connector
Combo audio jack
Novo Hole Connector
Communication media
Wi-Fi 2 x 2 AC + Bluetooth.4.2
Wi-Fi 1 x 1 AC + Bluetooth.5
Dimensions (H Г— W Г— D) 365 x 260 x 24.2 mm
Weight 2.3 kg
useful links
Drivers
Bios


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Post has been editedWinSSLioN - 30.08.20, 23:07
Reason for Editing: How to enable advanced settings 50 BIOS



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Nobody noticed sticking the WIN key? sometimes it just sticks for no reason, even when I don’t click. when I start typing and there I begin to work with combinations with these keys. Maybe this is some kind of feature about which I do not know? :)



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Tell me please! Those who changed the thermal pad over the PCH diode, how best to do this? Is it better for me to glue on top or would it be better instead? And how thick is the gasket? Just for the first time I come across this and I know the nuances.
With simple use (browser, YouTube), the temperature reaches 60 degrees. When I press the bottom of the case, the temperature drops to 53-52 degrees. Opened, looked and installed on the bottom cover thermal pad (about 1.5 mm thick).
During games, the temperature reaches 82 degrees.



There was such a problem. 1.5 mm between the chip and the radiator, and 1.5 mm between the case and the radiator. Heating is mainly transmitted from vidyahi as one radiator. Plus, I had a problem when I installed ssd a data, because of a marriage, it heated the south bridge. Passed under warranty. Now there is ssd samsung evo 970 plus temperature 48-49 if you work on the Internet and office applications. If the game is to play somewhere 70-74 maximum.



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* 231190,
and the factory is not 1.5 mm worth? Or is there 1 mm only? And where exactly have you changed?



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* eXc1te , it was also such, I noticed that this happens if the alt tab is from the game where the wine button is locked by the Lenovo application.



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Saw here someone complained about curved loops. So they caught me. What do you think, really straighten? Or, for example, to contact this question ..

Upd: And by the way. Be careful when purchasing a version with i7 / 1060 and 512 gb SSD. I did not see, it turned out SSD is already in the SATA slot. In vain bought a hard drive)

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Post has been editedTROY_RT5K - 23.04.19, 13:16



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I studied the topic. As I understand it, on all (?) Y530 laptops with 8 GB of RAM, only one slot is occupied by one die, and the second slot remains free?



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* Denis1121 looks like



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* Denis1121 , and there is.



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EXC1te @ 04/23/19, 11:34*
and the factory is not 1.5 mm worth? Or is there 1 mm only? And where exactly have you changed?

The plant costs 1.5 between the radiator and the chip (thicker, the radiator is bent, less is not pressed ONLY 1.5 mm), but between the radiator and the case of 1 mm - the plant, put 1.5 mm. Put 2mm thick, there is a small bump on the bottom of the body.
Ordered here
https: //www.aliexpress....311.0.0.331333edmPfuXU
But go long. Quality is acceptable, stretch well. This seller also took 1mm, 2mm, 0.5mm

Changed only on the south bridge (PCH DIODE) and put the gasket on ssd 1.5 mm thick. The rest did not touch. They do not warm up so much.

Post has been edited231190 - 23.04.19, 17:30



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Changed today Wi-Fi onIntel 9260NGWand added 8GB of RAMCrucial 8GB DDR4-2666 SODIMM.

We disassemble the laptop


All perfectly. The flight is normal.



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Igor_RKTS @ 04/23/19, 17:07*
Today I changed Wi-Fi to Intel 9260NGW and added 8GB Crucial 8GB DDR4-2666 SODIMM RAM.


I'm also waiting for the other day Intel 9260 with Ali. Tired of this realtek. Throw them in their faces for a stand-up with a WIFI module.



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Igor_RKTS @ 04/23/19, 17:07*
Changed Wi-Fi today


The only interesting thing is that after replacing the Wi-Fi module, one more available Wi-Fi network with the name "*** _ My_5_0 2" somehow appeared. The name of my original network on the 5 GHz channel is “*** _ My_5_0”. The difference in the last digit is "2". I do not think that in the 15 minutes that I spent on the replacement, some schoolboy decided to play around with the substitution.

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* Igor_RKTS,
Does memory in dual channel work? Same look at this memory.



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Today I noticed a nuisance in the form of a crack moving from the loop on the back cover (
I could not knock by chance. Is it possible that this is due to tight loops of the laptop?
The only other option is that when you put a laptop in your bag, you can pass it with your finger, but some kind of flimsy case turns out ..
The service center is surely deployed with fur damage.

So here is the replacement question, I found such a detail on ebay. I did not understand the original. Are there any replicas for such details?
And where is the best part to order, can someone tell me?

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_Vinch_ @ 04/23/19, 19:01*
Does memory in dual channel work?

Yes.

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Hello everyone, I ordered myself such a laptop, a grade of i5 and 1060. Tomorrow will come. Tell me what to look for when viewed? Vind will not.



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* vengr by at home you can make out. In any decent store, you can return the product within 14 days.
Someone writes about the display screws, someone about the display itself ...
In my case, everything was fine, the build quality at altitude.



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A quick guide to correct*installing Windows 10 and drivers on this laptop.
  1. Download Windows from the off site Microsoft (Link)
  2. Install Windows 10 (Read more)
  3. After setting up and running the OS, install Lenovo Vantage (Link)
  4. In the Lenovo Vantage Update menu, install all drivers and updates for our laptop.
  5. ?????
  6. PROFIT!

After all these manipulations that can take away your whole day, you will get a fully functional laptop.

*Less hemorrhoid and the most correct installation method according to the author, IMHO.

Post has been editedrandmaru - 06.07.20, 11:03



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Did not help.
Here's what else I found on my problem:
BUT only I do not have REALTEK --->AUDIO --->(RTKNGUI64 ---->PowerMgn)

I just got my Dell i7559 and I have exactly the same problem. I did some research and determined that the reason for the appearance of the speakers is that the sound driver (realtek hd audio) uses a power management method, in which the speakers are turned off after a certain period of non-use.

Noise "clapping" occurs when you turn on the speakers when playing sound on the device.

The solution to this problem is to turn off the power management settings in the Realtek HD audio driver.

for this you need to tinker with the registry

I broke it into these steps.

1) press windows + R

2) enter "regedit" on the command line

3) Click on HKEY_CURRENT_USER

4) go to REALTEK --->AUDIO --->RTKNGUI64 ---->Powermgnt

5) find “on” in the right part of the window

6) change the value to 0

7) restart the computer

after that, Realtek HD Audio power management will shut down, and since then I have had no problems with it.

Hope this works for you guys



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231190 @ 23.04.19, 21:25 *
Tired of this realtek.

And how often does wifi fall off? What use? And these dumps with disabled resolution to save energy? I just always turn off this item for wifi so that the Internet does not fall off on other laptops at work. I use so far the wired Internet as the laptop is in one place. But somehow I would not want the wifi inet to fall off during important work when connected. It is better to know about it in advance. I'm testing a week and exclusively on wifi.
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Post has been editedeXc1te - 24.04.19, 08:23


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