Aorus X7 DT V8 Owners Lounge

Discussion in 'Gigabyte and Aorus' started by JCordero31, Aug 2, 2018.

  1. chaccadao

    chaccadao Notebook Enthusiast

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    Hi Friend thanks so much 4 responded ! as when i wrote an above post , the guy agree to sell me the X7 V6 then now he just silence ! how on earth ??? i'm thinking spend more $ to get the X7 V7 with kabylake because X7 V6 not available on the AORUS or reseller any more ! only X7 V7 or V8 are available ! i don't know if kabylake will works or not coz on AORUS drivers download there all available drivers included VGA ,but for V7 only 2-3 drivers for chipset only ! Ahh the guy whose selling the X7 V6 here is a pain ! has any one here you know has successfully run win7 on the X5 or X7 V7 ? include Mr FOX here ? please ! i'm really needs to know for sure so i can build up some more fund to get the V7 coz the guy whose selling the X7 V6 played me up in order to get his X7 i was force to sell my 15 R3 with 7820HK ,32GB RAM , GTX 1080 max Q ,512 SSD + 1TB HDD for only 1600 AUD about 1K USD , that so cheap ! if any gentlemen can help me by verify the X7 or X5 V7 with 7820HK and GTX 1070 can run windows 7 without any problem ,i'll greatly appreciates for your helps Gentlemen ! i'm so frustrated with the X7 seller for my big loss on my 15 R3 ! while wait for any respond please accepted my appreciation first ! n so sorry for my bad English ! cheers.
     
  2. kitzuki

    kitzuki Notebook Consultant

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    Thanks for the reply.

    I had to remove the secure boot in order for the usb drive to even be found.

    As for the 3d vision install after windows completed its installation of windows 10 clean i was able to do an express install for nvidia.


    My guess it has something to do with driver privileges because I was also unable to install an update on the killer wireless either





    Overall I think this is a great product. Would recommend highly.

    I get a bit of slowdown on the computer with a usb 3.0 hub connected. I think the one I have doesn't have enough power for an external HD, laptop cooler fan and a wireless headset receiver.

    I own this one (AUKEY Powered USB Hub) 36watts
    Plan on getting this (Ankler power IQ) 60watts

    Also thinking of getting the TopMate C7 since it can go 2400RPM my current cooler tops at 1500RPM noise doesnt bother me since i usually have a headset on and can not hear it even with no sound going through

    With the cooler and a 4.0 clock -.160uv and no change to my gpu settings I get around the settings in my screenshot

    GPU = 71 Degrees max 1848 Mhz
    CPU = 65-70 Degrees

    [​IMG]

    Maybe also I might need a 330 watt Power supply for this laptop for home? If that would be safe any recommendations anyone?

    This is going to be a desktop replacement for the most part from home but I will be travelling a lot in the next 2 years so the 230 watt should be fine for that.



    Edit side note: At these temps any bother to re-paste the CPU and GPU?
     
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  3. JCordero31

    JCordero31 Notebook Consultant

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    look at original post. 4GHz setting with undervolt of 0.155mv turbo boost and short unlimited
     
  4. JCordero31

    JCordero31 Notebook Consultant

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    im glad my suggestion worked. you can change the settings of it in msi afterburner and get even better temps and higher clocks or you could just undervolt and get better temps. Less power means more battery life. Skip the 330w..
     
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    kitzuki Notebook Consultant

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    Hey thanks a bunch if you dont mind could you post how to undervolt the gpu mine is grayed out
    Or possible screenshots of your msi setting
     
  6. JCordero31

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    Look up mr.fox video on youtube he will show you how to unlock it on there follow the guide it will help you to undervolt and overclock! I followed this video
     
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  8. Andy120nz

    Andy120nz Newbie

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    Working on gpu of -0.95v normal but under load -0.975. I has getting glitches when really working it hard. no overclock. out of curiosity, to make a X9, can the cpu be straight swapped? X9's were not available in this country.
     
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    f3n1c3 Newbie

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    Greetings! Just purchased an Aorus X7 DT V8 from HIDevolution and I had some questions and looking for suggestions.
    I've spoken to one of the tech guys from HIDevolution and they're super helpful, but I thought I'd get some feedback from people here as well.
    I'll be using this computer mostly for large scale 3D modeling, photogrammetry, virtual reality environments, high resolution photo/video editing, and multitasking between these programs such as Agisoft Photoscan Pro, Blender, Meshlab, Meshmixer, Photoshop, Premiere Pro, Autodesk, etc.

    Specs:
    17.3" IPS Level FHD 1920x1080 144Hz anti-glare display support NVIDIA G-SYNC
    Core i7-8850H @ 2.6GHz - 4.3GHz
    nVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 w/ 8GB GDDR5X - nVIDIA G-Sync
    Thermal Grizzly Conductonaut on CPU + GPU, and Fujipoly Extreme Thermal Pads
    Samsung 970 Pro 512GB M.2 PCIe 3.0 x4 NVMe 3D-VNAND SSD
    HIDevolution Approved Standard 32GB Dual Channel DDR4/2666MHz
    Windows® 10 Pro, 64bit

    Intel XTU Settings:
    Processor Core Ratio: 43x 4.3GHz
    Processor Cache Ratio: 40x 4.0GHz
    Reference Clock: 100.000 MHz
    Max Turbo Boost CPU Speed: 4.300 GHz
    Intel Turbo Boost Technology: Enable
    Turbo Boost Power Max: 65.000 W
    Turbo Boost Short Power Max: 85.000 W
    Turbo Boost Power Time Window 28.000 Seconds
    Core Voltage Mode: Adaptive
    Core Voltage: Default
    Core Voltage Offset: -0.135 V
    Processor Core IccMax: 128.000 A
    AVX Ratio Offset: 0.000 x
    Multipliers: 1 Active Core: 43.000 x (same between 1-6 Active Cores)
    Per-Core Overclocking Setting: Core 0 - Core 5: Ratio Limit: 47.000 x

    Cache Voltage Mode: Adaptive
    Cache Voltage: Default
    Cache Voltage Offset: -0.135 V
    Cache IccMax 128.000 A
    Processor Cache Ratio 40.00 x
    System Agent IccMax 11.000 A

    I've done Stress Tests with these settings in Intel Extreme Tuning Utility and they pass and seem stable. Under Benchmarking it gives me 1590 Marks with a max Processor Frequency of 4.30 GHz and highest CPU temp. of 73 degrees C. In CineBench R15 I get a CPU score of 1365 and 110 fps OpenGL. In Geekbench 4 CPU multicore score was 23995 and OpenCL compute results at around 178000. I know I shouldn't be fixating on numbers but I thought perhaps they're useful for reference.

    Questions:
    Do the Intel XTU Settings seem alright? Do they seem appropriate for using programs like Photoscan Pro for photogrammetry, where sometimes the software will be running and creating meshes, dense clouds etc. for potentially hours? Creating 3D models etc and rendering them? In those situations I might need a separate profile for extended hours cpu-intensive tasks with max potential performance and stability. What about temperature issues with using the computer in very warm and dusty indoor environments like archaeological sites? What kind of setting could I use for those extreme circumstances?

    Has anyone successfully installed Windows Precision drivers for the trackpad? If so do they help (I'm a little spoiled from MacBook trackpads). This isn't very important as I'll be using an external mouse for work, but it would be nice.

    Any help, suggestions, tips etc. would be much appreciated, thank you.

     
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