*** ASUS ROG Zephyrus S GX701GW-PS74 Owner's Lounge ***

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  1. Ultra Male

    Ultra Male Super Tweaker

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    Specifications:

    Display

    17.3" FHD (1920x1080), 144Hz 3ms IPS-Level, 72% NTSC, 100% sRGB, 300 nits, Anti-Glare Wide-Viewing Angle w/ G-Sync Technology

    Video Graphics & Memory

    NVIDIA GeForce® RTX 2070 w/ 8GB GDDR6
    Processor Support and
    Heat Management

    Intel® 8th Generation Core™ i7-8750H 6 Core - 12 Thread Processor, 2.2 GHz (Max Turbo Frequency 4.1 GHz), 9MB Smart Cache

    Optional:

    Gelid GC Extreme – 8.5 W/mK Thermal Conductivity, Non-Electrically Conductive

    Thermal Grizzly Conductonaut – 73.0 W/mK Thermal Conductivity, Electrically Conductive

    Fujipoly Extreme Thermal Pad – 11.0 W/mK Thermal Conductivity, Non-Electrically Conductive


    Operating System
    Genuine Windows 10 Home (64bit)

    Chipset Mobile Intel HM370 Express Chipset
    System Memory (RAM)
    16GB DDR4 2666MHz System Memory (1 x 8GB on board + 1 x 8GB) - 2 Memory Slots

    Optional:

    Expandable up to 40GB DDR4/2666MHz System Memory

    Hard Drive

    512GB PCIE x4 NVMe M.2 SSD

    Optional:

    Up to 2TB PCIe x4 NVMe M.2 SSD

    Optical Drive

    None

    Optional:

    External DVDRW or Blu-Ray Read-Write/8x Super Multi Combo Drive

    Card Reader
    N/A

    Video Camera ROG Fearless Eye - FHD 1080P@60FPS External Camera
    LAN/WLAN

    Intel® Wireless-AC 9560 802.11 ac/a/b/g/n 2x2 NGFF w/ Bluetooth 5.0

    Input/Output
    1x 3.5mm combo audio jack
    1x Type A 3.1 (Gen.2)
    1x Type C 3.1 (Gen.1)
    1x Type C 3.1 (Gen.2)
    2x Type A 3.1 (Gen.1)
    1x Kensington Lock
    1x HDMI 2.0b
    1x mDP 1.4

    Audio Built-in speakers (2.5Wx2)
    Built-in array microphone
    Smart Amp
    Keyboard and Touchpad Illuminated Chiclet Keyboard Per-Key RGB
    Battery 4 Cells Battery, 76WHrs
    AC Adapter
    Output :
    19.5 V DC, 11.8 A, 230 W
    Input :
    100 -240 V AC, 50/60 Hz universal

    Dimension & Weight
    399 x 272 x 18.7mm (WxDxH), 15.70 x 10.71 x 0.74 inches

    5.95 lbs (with 4 cell battery), 2.70 Kg
     
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  2. nikidoo

    nikidoo Newbie

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    Hello

    Im very interessted for the differences from gx(2080 max q) and gw(2070 laptop) in system performance. So i know that cpu is on stress test throtteling, its the same cpu in both (gx and gw) so i think it would be the same thermal problem.

    But how is it about the 2080 max q and 2070 laptop? Max q is a 90 watt version, the 2070 laptop approx 150w right? The max q has approx 10% more power Performance. When i see the differences about watts, i ask me, overheat the 2070 laptop not more faster? Normaly more power(watts) = more thermal heating?


    Sorry for my beginner english...it isnt my favorite language
     
  3. swasylchak88

    swasylchak88 Newbie

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    Hey yall have a new 2019 ASUS ROG Zephyrus S GX701GW with a RTX 2070 Non Max-Q and 9th gen Intel 9750h and was wondering if anyone new the best undervolt settings want to see if I can boost performance and reduce heat a little bit. Also I've upgraded the RAM to 32gb and the NVME to a 2tb but that shouldn't affect my ability to undervolt right? New to undervolting GPU and CPU. Any help would be appreciated.
     
  4. 4W4K3

    4W4K3 Notebook Evangelist

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    https://www.notebookcheck.net/GeFor...Force-RTX-2070-Laptop_9621_9551.247598.0.html

    I believe it's 90W vs 115W. They are close, they will likely perform equally to the human eye. The 2080 Max-Q might overclock well and counter the higher clock speeds of the 2070, or it might not.

    If the cases are identical the Max-Q might fair better if there is thermal issues. If it's a properly designed chassis, the 2070 should be fine and overclocked will be hard to beat.
     
  5. vegetaeater

    vegetaeater Notebook Evangelist

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    I had the exact same thought when looking for a laptop before EOFY.

    The 2070 Max-P was $1500 (AUS) cheaper than the 2080 Max-Q, so was pretty interested in it. But didn't want to end up with a hotter/louder AND less powerful machine.

    There's very little info out there on the 2070 unfortunately.
     
  6. 4W4K3

    4W4K3 Notebook Evangelist

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    It will really come down to chassis design, heatsink and fan design. The 'Max-P' 2070 in this PB70EF-G stays reasonably cool while still overclocking and remaining stable. However, this is a thicker laptop with a large copper heatsink with dedicated heatpipes for the GPU. In a smaller chassis, with a smaller heatsink; I can see the Max-Q being the better choice.
     
  7. nikidoo

    nikidoo Newbie

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    Hi guys

    Now i've a GX701GW with RTX 2070. The RTX chip does his jop very good. Thermal problems (overheating, throtteling) are a small problem. Only games with high CPU and GPU load reduces the power of the system (throtteling). I've untervolt CPU -0.050V, then it would be better. (Full) CPU Load make a lot of heat! CPU and GPU heatpips are connected together. If CPU have heavy load, the GPU will reduce speed. Finally, the 701GW ist hot (90 degres), but he have much power! Most games are in powerlimit not in heat throtteling. With untervolt cpu, this system works fine on high performance.

    If any is interessted for tests results or anything...please let me know it.
     
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