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Old 09-09-2019, 11:43 AM   #766
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Well recently my 1st gen i7 huawei matebook x pro from microsoft usa developed the infamous blue screen of death, due to the liteon ssd as many have encountered online.

Bought a adata sx8200 pro to replace the liteon myself and since then no more bsod!

Still luving the matebook x pro, best windows laptop i ever used so far!
noted! still loving mine... still...
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Old 09-09-2019, 11:44 AM   #767
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4k?!?!?!?!?!?!
in RM? cant tell is its 1st or 2nd gen
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Old 13-09-2019, 07:50 AM   #768
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What's the difference between Huawei mate book 13 and D?

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Old 13-09-2019, 08:39 AM   #769
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What's the difference between Huawei mate book 13 and D?

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One is 13 one is D
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Old 13-09-2019, 01:55 PM   #770
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in RM? cant tell is its 1st or 2nd gen
It's the new gen. The new gen has a different textured Huawei logo, as well as the Huawei Share sticker thingy, in the bottom right.
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Old 14-09-2019, 11:57 AM   #771
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Well recently my 1st gen i7 huawei matebook x pro from microsoft usa developed the infamous blue screen of death, due to the liteon ssd as many have encountered online.

Bought a adata sx8200 pro to replace the liteon myself and since then no more bsod!

Still luving the matebook x pro, best windows laptop i ever used so far!

I've been reading up on the BSOD issue recently. Seems to be a common thing with liteon SSD. Makes me a bit scared, especially since all my work is on my laptop (though I sync with Dropbox daily ah). Adata SSD like quite cheap leh. 2TB costs the same as Samsung 1TB, and YouTube review-wise, they say speed damn good leh.

Any updates ccmheoa? Is the SSD very quick? Got notice any difference from liteon one (since liteon already quite fast to begin with)?
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Old 15-09-2019, 04:02 PM   #772
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What's the difference between Huawei mate book 13 and D?

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Think d is the old model.
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Old 15-09-2019, 05:03 PM   #773
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I've been reading up on the BSOD issue recently. Seems to be a common thing with liteon SSD. Makes me a bit scared, especially since all my work is on my laptop (though I sync with Dropbox daily ah). Adata SSD like quite cheap leh. 2TB costs the same as Samsung 1TB, and YouTube review-wise, they say speed damn good leh.

Any updates ccmheoa? Is the SSD very quick? Got notice any difference from liteon one (since liteon already quite fast to begin with)?
I changed from factory shipped Toshiba to Samsung Pro 970.
Now using Adata 2TB too.
So far no issue for me.

My test result using crystaldismark 6.0.1 x64
Read MB/s Write MB/s
Seq Q32T1 3355.8 3077.3
4KiB Q8T8 824.3 386.4
4KiB Q32T1 164.9 102.1
4KiB Q1T1 40.3 58.03
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Old 15-09-2019, 09:23 PM   #774
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I've been reading up on the BSOD issue recently. Seems to be a common thing with liteon SSD. Makes me a bit scared, especially since all my work is on my laptop (though I sync with Dropbox daily ah). Adata SSD like quite cheap leh. 2TB costs the same as Samsung 1TB, and YouTube review-wise, they say speed damn good leh.

Any updates ccmheoa? Is the SSD very quick? Got notice any difference from liteon one (since liteon already quite fast to begin with)?

Actually i cant feel any difference b4 and after changing to the adata speed wise, except no more bsod.

Adata quite good and cheap!
Huawei matebook x pro remains the best laptop i ever used!
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Old 15-09-2019, 10:46 PM   #775
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Price no change since launch day.
Dropped to 3599 already. Got flash sale at 3599/3999, but now the 512 revert to 4399.

Lol less than 1.2k SGD with mouse + bag. I.T show also cannot get such deal

Nearest think it's City SQ, not sure service centre

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Old 17-09-2019, 08:09 PM   #776
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Dropped to 3599 already. Got flash sale at 3599/3999, but now the 512 revert to 4399.

Lol less than 1.2k SGD with mouse + bag. I.T show also cannot get such deal

Nearest think it's City SQ, not sure service centre
Matebook X Pro flash deal so cheap?
RRP 6999RM become 4399RM???
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Old 18-09-2019, 01:22 PM   #777
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Matebook X Pro flash deal so cheap?
RRP 6999RM become 4399RM???
Photo and comment is about the matebook 13 though. Not sure about the pro model
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Old 18-09-2019, 02:43 PM   #778
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Well recently my 1st gen i7 huawei matebook x pro from microsoft usa developed the infamous blue screen of death, due to the liteon ssd as many have encountered online.

Bought a adata sx8200 pro to replace the liteon myself and since then no more bsod!

Still luving the matebook x pro, best windows laptop i ever used so far!
was the ssd swap difficult to do? hows the bottom case like.. 4 / 8 screws?

thanks for any info you can offer
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Old 19-09-2019, 10:51 PM   #779
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was the ssd swap difficult to do? hows the bottom case like.. 4 / 8 screws?

thanks for any info you can offer
not hard.
but need patience..
Warranty confirm void if u have cos need to peel off the sticker.

I not sure about ithers but for mine.

1. unscrew the base screw, rubber feet inside got no screw. so dont bother to remove it.

2. cover the cover and u will see one tiny sticker covering ssd screw.

3. Normally I use Hp to take a picture of the screw positing in case i forget and placed it in order on paper as how it looks like on PCB board. Use a scotch tape to tape it if you scare u misread or move it

4. Unscrew the ssd screw and move in the ssd.
If too tight, I will remove some of the other screw slowly.

5. Since u already open, check ur display hinges too as it will become loosen after time.

https://bradshacks.com/matebook-x-pro-teardown/

SSD screw is on the middle right of the photo

https://bradshacks.com/matebook-x-pro-throttling/
This Video got teach u how to remove, but I scare, so I remove some and slowly slot back.

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Old 20-09-2019, 12:30 AM   #780
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I think its relatively easy especially if you google the teardown video

Took me like 10mins, but if i do it again probably less than 5min

was the ssd swap difficult to do? hows the bottom case like.. 4 / 8 screws?

thanks for any info you can offer
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