Clevo 2020

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  1. Meaker@Sager

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    Nothing has been announced.

    Weight, cost, complexity and reliability for the water colling.

    Larger fans only buy you so much airflow with the style of fan in use.
     
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    Would be interesting to give larger fans a try but then that's not really in the cards with a shrinking chassis and on top of that there may be a lack of models that are both quiet and powerful to choose from above a certain size, similar to how it is with screens.
     
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    That would be cool if Clevo came out with a new P570WM replacement. X299 chipset! 9980XE support.

    I guess a socketed Zen 2 would be fine too though.
     
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    So google translate doesn't do a great job but are they saying X170SM will support Ryzen series CPUs?
     
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    Are you talking about that XMG 3900x Clevo model?
     
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    Large and powerful machines (300w plus) have never really been quiet. You just don't get any passive cooling.
     
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    I found the gaming laptops I have had to be very quiet when used for lighter tasks, they just aren't quiet when gaming. My GT75 on battery for example can run with fans off most of the time and temperatures for GPU and CPU do not even go above 50 degrees.
     
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    As does mine unless a background task gets thirsty.
     
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    So they can be really quiet in everyday use like office work, watching videos or webbrowsing, let's not give the impression that they are always loud :)
     
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