Clevo N950TP6/N957TP6

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  1. tanzmeister

    tanzmeister Notebook Evangelist

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    seems like they don't have PWM, according to many notebookcheck reviews
     
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    vs40 Notebook Guru

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    Here is SPB1 20kHz PWM
    http://laptopmedia.com/review/acer-...t-keeps-whats-good-from-the-previous-version/

    LP156WF6-SPK3 - 20kHz
    https://www.notebookcheck.net/Sager-NP5852-Clevo-N850HL-i7-7700HQ-MX150-Laptop-Review.248544.0.html
    https://www.notebookcheck.net/Gigabyte-Sabre-15-i7-7700HQ-GTX-1050-Laptop-Review.235772.0.html

    LP156WF6, but without exact model - 20kHz
    https://www.notebookcheck.net/Schenker-Media-15-i7-7700HQ-MX150-Laptop-Review.272118.0.html

    But for SPB1 model I found only two reviews with opposite results.
     
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    At 20Khz you should not notice any flicker.
     
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    I've never heard of this ceg-hardware, can I trust it? And one more thing, do you guys know about the thermals? I'm about to buy a p750tp but this would be a way cheaper while still having the lga cpu.

    Thanks in advance
     
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    Hi

    Do you mean tha P750TM?If so then these are two different types of chassis and so the thermals aren't that comparable because they take different components. I can give you a comparison though, if you confirm the P75xxx model you're looking at.

    We have been testing sample N950TP6 chassis from Clevo since early December, but mass production stock for resale isn't shipping yet.
     
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    No,the thermals for the N950TP6.

    Do you have an ETA for the N950TP6? I can wait until march for it, otherwise I will grab an P750TM now
     
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    I know when our stock is arriving, but I don't have a launch date at the moment - it should definitely be before March though.

    Thermals - it does ok! Bear in mind that it only supports up to 65W CPUs, so i7-8700 maximum. With this (standard, not delidded i7-8700) and a GTX 1060, you're looking at mid-high 80Cs for CPU and GPU in a Game Benchmark such as Unigine - but this is pushing the CPU up to 4.3GHz+ and the GPU to full boost clock speeds. For more intensive burning in tests the temps aren't really noticably higher but of course you'll see lower clock speeds as with other chassis. External chassis temperatures from IR thermal testing are comparable to other chassis with similar specification.

    NOTE - these (synthetic benchmark) figures are from our fist testing last year and as such are only an indicator of the product to come. There will have been updates between then and the mass production models which I don't have full test results on yet. So take the above figures with a pinch of salt, as the final released products may run a bit cooler.
     
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    The 65w will give it a nice boost over the mobile versions.
     
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    Usually 120hz panels have a different connector, you could try overclocking the first panel and see what it can do.
     
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