Clevo P775 DM3-G GPU upgrade

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  1. ichbinsinaction

    ichbinsinaction Notebook Enthusiast

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    Hello there,

    There have been a few threads around but I didn't really find an answer to my question.

    I am thinking about upgrading my GPU from the current GTX 1080 to a RTX 2080 or even 2080 Ti. Now I have read that the power usage with a 2080 would be limited to 150W - would that mean that I won't get any advantage at all?

    The heatsink contact surface of the GPU is aluminium, right? Otherwise I would wonder if liquid metal would make sense?

    I'm happy with my 7700K (delidded/liquid metal) so there's no upgrade needed. But my 4K screen often screams for more fps.
     
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    Meaker@Sager Company Representative

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    Contact surface is bare copper. There is no mobile 2080 Ti, the 2080 is around 200W IIRC.
     
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    ichbinsinaction Notebook Enthusiast

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    Thank you.
    So if I understand that right, I'd have to install a modded BIOS (or does the stock one work?), new heatsink and I could use liquid metal for it?
     
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    You need a modded system BIOS and a heatsink for it from the TM series if it fits.
     
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    KLICHO Notebook Consultant

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    on RTX 2080 mobile we can unlock power 200W ?
     
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    It's more the clock limit of 2100Mhz.
     
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    KLICHO Notebook Consultant

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    On what vcore ?
     
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    Will vary chip by chip what they need to get there but it's a hard clock limit rather than power or voltage.
     
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