Clevo Inferior GPU's?

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  1. Danishblunt

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    Oh yeah. It's not like there is any difference between the 6700K and 7700K except for the more steamy temps anyways. Also which tests were you refering too?

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    Min frames of 61.75 fps on tomb raider 1080p???? Oo

    Seems like mankind divided got a bit of frames. Interesting.
     
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    I am pretty sure that's where the info came from

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    I'm not following, you said you didn't have any of those games but the other tests differed on your build? Pretty sure cinebench should be slighlty higher given the fact that you're running a 7700K on 4.2ghz but other than that there werent other benchmarks?
     
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    AIDA64 and cinebench, and yes after watching the video again I realized it was a 6700 so yeah my results would vary :(

    And as far as AIDA64, I'm just talking about the tests they did to see throttling

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    It's no secret that clevos cooling isn't the best. Also the only notebook that throttled was the Acer, even tho that got fixed later on in the video. It seems that miranda has some issues on tombraider considering that his FPS min is on 61.75, but mankind devided seems ok, even tho the moment he OC's to 4.5ghz it gets under 94FPS on average.

    I start to think, that this might be a power draw issue.
     
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    Power Limit Throttling maybe is the main culprit for the result. Not knowledgeable about this things so maybe some experts i.e. (@Prema @Mr. Fox @Papusan @hmscott @Meaker@Sager) here in this forum can enlighten us noobs hehehe!
     
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    Still, I am wondering about the CS:GO result. The min FPS kinda throws everything off, it's not GPU intensive, but CPU intensive only, why would the game run so unstable? It really bothers me.
     
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    CS:Go wouldn't power limit throttle.
    MSI was 100% power limit throttling in the CPU tests if the clockspeed decreased there. Easily fixed by changing ICCMax.
     
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    Those results being as varied as they are for what is very similar hardware tells me either

    Linus' testing methodology is slack
    And/or
    Stock config (firmware, paste job, etc) on these laptops is terribly unpolished

    I think it's a little column A, little column B.

    They all have 1080 sli. It's not rocket surgery to do a gpu only bench to see if the raw graphics power is there, and what clocks can be maintained over the long term.

    But to answer op the 180W tdp limit on the clevo 1080s I'm pretty sure is the highest of all 4.
     
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    Despite the issues that some have it is actually the best, we are just cooling a higher class of hardware.
     
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