Clevo 2020

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  1. wentalong

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    Exactly this, it's all about NVME these days anyway!

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  2. Meaker@Sager

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    Not for a fair few people and the larger SATA SSDs can offer a lot of good value.
     
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    I would agree with this, one of the advantages of a P775 has over MSI, Acer, Asus or Alien models is an extra HDD bay.

    Though whether it would be enough to outweigh better cooling if that's option is another thing.

    I hope to god, they don't go the route of 2 power bricks, that's very off putting for me.
     
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    Two power bricks is required above 330w, so it all depends on TDP.
     
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    I agree! You can always splurge for a bigger ssd. but the trade off would have to be worth it in temps though not just a couple degrees.
     
  7. ole!!!

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    usually the cooling design is so poorly done it'll be just a couple of degrees. if they are going to remove sata all together, then we'll need them to design mobo so 8 lanes for CPU and 8 lanes from CPU for storage, that way we get total of 5x NVMe x4 lane slots.
     
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    MSI did it on their gt76
     
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    I think they were all nv
    me?? not sure now I think about it.
     
  10. ole!!!

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    with QLC replacing TLC in near future and improved 3D stacked TLC we can see maybe 4TB on a single NVMe m.2 SSD soon then i dont mind sata being replaced.

    we'd need 5x M.2 slots, 2 slots from CPU lanes and 3 slots from chipset lanes. gpu running on 8 pcie lanes dont really need more.

    give rest of the space to CPU heatsink.
     
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