Clevo 2020

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  1. ole!!!

    ole!!! Notebook Prophet

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    not at all. gt76 actually has decent cooling where as this more like half done.
     
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    bennyg Notebook Virtuoso

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    ? The GT76 is entirely disappointing on many levels, temps is one of them.
    https://www.notebookcheck.net/MSI-G...of-Gaming-Laptops.425043.0.html#toc-emissions
    86C GPU, 95C CPU at stock 4.7Ghz... not the heavily advertised "5ghz" and no headroom to reach it.
    Tom's has the underside reaching 58C after half an hour of Metro Exodus which is extremely hot.
    It seems to me that given the CPU yawns along at 60C while gaming, they should have gone with a unified setup after all.
    And even with all that, gaming performance is well down on even the 51M due to Optimus.
     
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    ole!!! Notebook Prophet

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    temp is one thing, doesnt mean they dont have much bigger heatsink and dissipation.

    im sure if gt76 falls into any of the enthusiasts hand (delid, undervolt, silicon lottery chip), it'll do better than clevo's machine with 8 cores.

    strangely enough i am totally fine with optimus lol wouldnt even care if i lose 20% fps i cant tell difference anyway.
     
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    Meaker@Sager Company Representative

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    10% is about what humans can perceive in fps change typically.
     
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    depends on the fps number :p
     
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    I think if dgpu's can turn on selected EUs instead of powering on the entire GPU die (or have some sort of hotplug mechanism by having the cores on enhanced sleep state), the battery life can be improved quite a lot. Technically, I believe it could have already been thought about but not implemented because of certain restrictions.
     
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    how well does the clevo p775tm 8700k 1080 cool? is it worth picking up a used one for $1500.00??
     
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    any help on this is greatly appreciated
     
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    jaybee83 Biotech-Doc

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    thats a pretty sweet bargain if fully functional. a 1080 gpu by itself is already close to 1k ;)

    Sent from my Xiaomi Mi Max 2 (Oxygen) using Tapatalk
     
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    At stock it should run fine, but you will definitely be able to get it running cooler by repasting and delidding the CPU. 8700Ks aren't too hot compared to the 9900K.
     
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