Clevo N150RF or P650RE6

Discussion in 'Sager and Clevo' started by Jeroen-B, Jul 5, 2016.

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Which laptop would you pick?

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  1. Jeroen-B

    Jeroen-B Notebook Guru

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    After reading whole day about thermal past i got the general idea that higher viscosity means thicker paste aka better lifetime with looser heatsinks.
    Im not planning on oc'ing at all tbh. Im gonna get the i7-6700HQ so that wont be even possible? I just want the best solution that is also safe to use. After reading some more it seems that kryonaut is just as thin as mx-4 which means it would be a choice between gelid gc-extreme or ic diamond. Tho in the end it boils down to the quality of the heatsink mounting. Guess il just ask around at the owner's lounge.
     
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  2. Meaker@Sager

    Meaker@Sager Company Representative

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    I use IC diamond for regular tasks and liquid ultra for the projects I want to get every last drop out of.
     
  3. viw

    viw Notebook Consultant

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    Hi, where did you find the P650 a this price? What I found is always 200€ higher :(
     
  4. Jeroen-B

    Jeroen-B Notebook Guru

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    I live in the Netherlands so im gonna buy it here: https://www.laptopplus.nl/producten/15-6-inch-clevo-p650re6-gtx-970m. Do note tho that that config i mentioned earlier is without a harddrive. The laptop without ram, thermal paste upgrade and without harddrive is here € 1092,92
     
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    OS and HDD quickly add up.
     
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    Hey @Jeroen-B , did you end up making a purchase? :D
     
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    Nope not yet. I didn't need the laptop right now i'm just waiting for the new generation's to hit. If i find the new one to be better and around the same price point il go for that one. Otherwise il probably go for the old 970m version which by then probably will be discounted.
     
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    Seems like a good plan to me. That's what I am going to do as well!
     
  9. Support.2@XOTIC PC

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    A performance upgrade almost always comes with a price increase, but I'll bet you can still get better performance than the current gen with a much lower tier card, so keep that in mind when making a decision.
     
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    You mean if i woud buy the 1070(m)? I heard that was the equivalent of a 980 (which is waay overkill for me btw (970m already is)).
     
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