GIGABYTE AORUS X3 PLUS V4 ELANTECH TOUCHPAD DRIVER DETAILS:
|File Size:||25.2 MB|
|Supported systems:||Windows 2K, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows Vista 64 bit, Windows 7, Windows 7 64 bit, Windows 8, Windows 8 64 bit, Windows 10|
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GIGABYTE AORUS X3 PLUS V4 ELANTECH TOUCHPAD DRIVER
While this is generally a good wireless card, I have been having some trouble with it connecting to some wireless networks. There have been a couple other reports on the forums as well. On my home network, I was able to download at 35Mbps and upload at 11Mbps from 2 rooms away approx.
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Closer ranges, I maxed out my connection. You would think the boot time would be faster, but I was getting boot times of about 15 seconds.
Other benchmarks were as follows: All temps taken in a room 24C. Measurements were taken with HWMonitor and GPU-Z I experienced some frequency throttling when playing Crysis 3 at native resolution, however Gigabyte Aorus X3 Plus v4 Elantech Touchpad was very minor and only dropped the framerate by fps. This can be prevented by lowering the graphics details a little, to keep the GPU under 90C. I was able to retest all the gaming benchmarks on a cooling pad.
This will add a noticeable performance bump as well as cut down on the heat issues I experienced. See below on where to get one.
Noise, Heat and others During normal use, the laptop is extremely quiet. Once in a while the fans will kick on low speeds, but they are barely audible. When playing games, the fan speeds certainly pick up though.
As you can see from the game results, the laptop gets very hot! To dissipate that amount of heat, the fans kick on full speed. As close to the thermal limits as I got, I would try to avoid pushing the machine to the limits on a regular basis.
The intakes are on the rear portion of the bottom of the laptop. The exhausts are those two large ports out the rear of the laptop. The exhausts are plenty big enough and point in an ideal direction to prevent discomfort.
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Fan noise at low speeds were measured to be 35db from the users head. At full speeds, the fans are about 55db. Take this with a grain of salt as this is measured from a smartphone app and is not incredibly accurate. As far as external heat goes, the underside gets extremely hot to touch.
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The keyboard on the other hand stays at tolerable temperatures. At no point did my palms or fingers feel uncomfortable. They did get a little warm though, which led to sweaty fingertips. Like I mentioned before: Speakers On the front edge, both on the right and left, there are two grills that could be mistaken for vents. These are actually for the speakers.
Free Download Gigabyte Aorus X3 Plus Elantech Touchpad Driver for Windows bit (Keyboard Bluetooth: Bluetooth V X3 Plus features GTX M, a 28nm Maxwell-based chip, promising the most engaging gaming experiences ever and upgraded efficiency with the latest Missing: Elantech.