*** Clevo P750TM-R Owner's Lounge ***

Discussion in 'Sager/Clevo Reviews & Owners' Lounges' started by Spartan, Jan 26, 2019.

  1. varunreeves

    varunreeves Notebook Consultant

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    Thanks @Donald@HIDevolution,
    I was unsure about tagging him coz last time I did he seemed angry/direct and said : go bother someone else + added that he was putting me on the ignore list, too quickly and I was going to get the system (and the banner of hidevolution gaming) but I didn't have it then. Case in point
    http://forum.notebookreview.com/thr...ounge-phoenix-4.809589/page-270#post-10834891

    But it would sure be great to get some insight into the questions above.

    Also I can try handling the issues myself to an extent if there are any 'todo' lists he has right after installing his OS. So it would be nice to know if anyone has some links to any such list/place which I can try when I am waiting for him to respond !
     
  2. Spartan

    Spartan Notebook Nobel Laureate

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    PM Sent for Ultra Male Tuning Session so I can fix your problems and do the tweaks.
     
  3. varunreeves

    varunreeves Notebook Consultant

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    thanks, i responded to pm
     
  4. Mapl

    Mapl Notebook Guru

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    Will this P750TM-R be better at handling a I9-9900K because of processor support and heat management ? Does it have other power/current/vr limits?
    Will it be better at this then a P751TM1 or will it be the same?
     
  5. The Underdog

    The Underdog Notebook Guru

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    Is this with a 330W PSU? I'm guessing your numbers mean that you're not actually hitting limits drawing from the wall if it's the VRMs cutting out. Also that using a 980M gives you some extra room over those matching the 9900k with an rtx 2080 (and more obviously with a 1080).
     
  6. Meaker@Sager

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    The CPU VRMs are separate so not really.
     
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  7. The Underdog

    The Underdog Notebook Guru

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    I meant that the VRMs are a problem long before needing more power is a problem in terms of getting more performance out of that 9900k/980m setup.

    Edit: I'm mostly curious about how far people are getting with the current standard 330W power adapters, vs the 780W options others are looking into.
     
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    The 2080 is 150w so 150w CPU would certainly stay within limits.
     
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    atquantrandash93 Notebook Guru

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    Thanks @Donald@HIDevolution!

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  10. jaybee83

    jaybee83 Biotech-Doc

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    the stock 230W PSU shouldnt be an issue as long as we are not talking extreme GPU + CPU load with OC at the same time. because even on a 4 /8t cpu with 980m i was able to trip the stock 230W (when both cpu & gpu were overclocked, at stock there are zero issues).

    330W psu should be fine even when everything is overclocked so no worries on that front. the cpu VRMs actually keep me from reaching any wattages that would come close to the 330W psu's tripping point :D similarly, since my machine does not provide an external gpu power connector, the mxm slot power delivery limits the wattage i can reach on the gpu side as well.

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