Aorus X5 V7, X7 V7, DT X7 all estimated for June release in USA

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  1. Yopis

    Yopis Notebook Enthusiast

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    Very nice.
     
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    Drop a link to your firestrike scores please mate.
     
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    I post a link up tomorrow sometime.

    Didnt you have a thread up about how not to use liquid metal?

    Did you ever get it worked out? What kind of overclocks are you getting? And temps?
     
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    Yeah, that was me.

    Yes, I repasted with liquid metal again with great results.

    (and then the laptop went in for a repair on the plastic around the hinge and the repairer borked the mobo)

    So now I'm back on a new X5V6 with stock paste.
     
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    nope. on Grizzly Kryonaut

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    Has anyone tried upgrading the DDR4? My bios is bare minimum I see no options for enabling XMP, or changing much of anything performance related is allowed.. But, I’d like to run DDR4 3,200 or better. I guess I’d have to use Intel XTU for overclocking to the rated speed via BCLK.

    Or will the bios automatically detect it ? If I installed gskill ddr4 3000 sticks?

    It currently uses G.Skill 2400Mhz DDR4 So-Dimms currently. And there is up to DDR4 4266mhz available.

    There is just absolutely zero info on how fast of memory a 7820HK can run

    Any ideas?

    3000Mhz has really kind of been the standard for desktops since about Skylake. It would be nice to run the same in a laptop.
     
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    https://www.3dmark.com/3dm/25578848?

    16,257 Firestrike.

    I’m back on standard thermal gel.

    I started carrying the laptop around a lot and removed the liquid metal. I was being paranoid.

    Theres possibly more room in this thing I guess.

    These are 24/7 stable overclocks. I can run it with unstable overclocks back to back chasing numbers. But, this 16,257 was not the case. This is daily driving stuff.

    this was at +116 GPU/+785 memory.

    I will run it again at +125/+850 and the CPU at 4.5Ghz all cores. It may artifact through the test though lol.

    Ive almost got everything dialed in.

    I’d like to get 16,500 but I’m pretty sure I’m pushing the available power.
     
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    < PS. I ran it again with higher overclocks, (4.5Ghz) CPU, and +125/+850 GPU.

    The physics score was right at 14,000. But, Overall was literally identical!

    I would like to try and obtain a X7 V7 DT power adapter to see what happens. I think the X7 V7 can provide 275 watts? I’m not sure if this is correct. I can only put out 230 watts I think with the NON DT power adapter.
     
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    Just a question.... If your achieving 1974mhz on core and 2394mhz on memory. Isn't that an increase of 329mhz on the core as the boosted overclock is 1645mhz? Memory looks about right at 2394mhz as the base is 2002mhz (392x2 =784mhz)

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    Yea but it will not realistically hold constant boost at 1,974 MHz.

    The system is just out of available power. Increasing the core more will show no improvement unless you could really lower the cpu/gpu temps to extremely cold levels, then it would use even less power and allow a little more boost but not much.

    I’ve only added +115 in Evga precision x.

    +785 memory is stable 24/7 on this gtx1070 in anything for any amount of time.

    For example, you can go run a game at 1080P and this gpu will boost to 2100mhz! But, run the same game at 4K and it draws much more power limiting it to about 1,835-1949mhz continuous boost. So in the “easy to run spots in firestrike” the gpu boost to 1,974mhz so the app says “it’s running at 1974 lol”. But it doesn’t constantly hold that, frames drop to the 30’s more power draw and the boost drops to the 1,800’s.

    It would be nice if our laptop pascal video cards power limit could be increased from 100%.

    You run in to the same problem with the desktop version.

    Fortunately, we do have have almost 10% more cuda cores than a desktop gtx1070 and 15% more pipelines. So, I’d say it’s pretty close.
     
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