Clevo 2019

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  1. yrekabakery

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    So where did that other 130W of heat energy go?
     
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    Isn't heat energy, simply enough. The 280w with a 150w tdp part with a larger area simply doesn't need as intensive thermal solutions as the part that is 200w and 190w tdp because it has more surface area. Think of an elephants foot vs a high-heel. If you have 200mm² putting out 70c vs 500mm² doing the same, you don't need as much concentrated heat solution, thus the TDP is lower.
     
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    sicily428 Donuts!! :)

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    RTX cards are now listed on taobao too, not sure when they'd ship though.
     
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    What to you guys think, when can we expect the first RTX laptop reviews to pop up?
     
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    I’ll have mine up post embargo on the 29th.

    i9 + RTX 2080
     
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    Lol. This is nonsense.
     
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    That's not even remotely how thermals work...I think you're getting confused with the concept that coolers can have a "rated TDP", which is not really good.

    TDP is literally energy. The amount of energy created in heat is not related to surface area, it's related to how much energy goes in and how efficient the chip is.

    What surface area does do, is allow you to transfer that heat away more efficiently. That's because different materials have different thermal transfer properties in relation to surface area (as well as direction in some cases).
     
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    Buildzoid (actually hardware overclocking) did a video recently on this topic of "thermal density" comparing CPUs from Sandy Bridge thru CFL-R (9900K)



    Assuming the whole die area is 'active', (even tho that's really not the case yet with turing's dark silicon aka tensor/RT cores......) the calculations of thermal density of turings vs pascals are why we're assuming turing will be cooler *IF* they are putting out the same amount of heat on the same heatsink
     
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    They start shipping on the 29 january.
    A sellor confirm accepting shipping directly with SF express overseas.
    I will see what are the us-eu price to compare where to buy it.
     
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