Clevo 2020

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  1. bigspin

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    Re pasting and fine tuning voltage required.

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    What's the problem with side vents? (I am genuinely asking).

    Is it a loss of air pressure? Does that outweigh the added finstack surface area?
     
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    The single heatpipe to each side vent I think. The different depth means a less restrictive path for the air pressure generated by the fan inside the fan casing, so it will be 'wasted' on the smaller side rad instead of going through the deep back side radiator. Part load fan noise could be higher, airflow through the rear rad could be lower at maximum. But maybe that's been though of and the side vent is more dense to equalise the restriction. Who knows yet, these are leaked marketing pictures of an unknown age from unknown stage of development, of an unannounced product.
     
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    De-lidding the 8700K and putting liquid metal under the IHS, toothpick/paperclip fulcrum mod, repasting the IHS and GPU with a high quality thermal paste, and undervolting the CPU and GPU.
     
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    Thank you for taking the time to explain -- that hypothetical definitely makes sense :)
     
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    With an 8700k a delid with liquid metal will help a lot along with tuning the voltages/clocks.
     
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    So even with delided and good repaste. This cant really be pushed to its limits due to cooling issues??
     
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    What kind of limits are you after? 14nm starts to get crazy hot past 4.8GHz for most chips.
     
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    guess I was just hoping to max it out if needed in the future. was hoping it was designed to cool whats in it.Hopefully I get it today and can see what it has to offer. I got it on a deal I couldn't pass up so.
     
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    Unfortunately you cant push it like it's on a proper desktop. But this will still run circles around any mobile cpu.

    I have 9700K version and all core boost set to 44x. Higher than that cpu will hit 90C when I play BF5. At 44x CPU temps saty around 85C.

    4 core boost set to 48x. I can set 4 core boost to 49 or 50 but it'll draw too much power and temps will increase by 8-10C. Which is not worth the effort due to fan noise.

    Try to adjust multipliers and voltages to see best possible results.

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