Clevo P775TM-G/TM-1G difference?

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  1. martin778

    martin778 Notebook Consultant

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    Is there any technical difference between the Clevo TM-G and TM1-G versions of the P775? I can't seem to find any info on this.
    Clevo website states TM-G only has 1060 6GB but that's doubtful, that they would pair a desktop SKU with a 1060 only. Visually they seem the same.
     
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    yrekabakery Notebook Virtuoso

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    The only difference is the GPU.
     
  3. martin778

    martin778 Notebook Consultant

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    So the cooling arrangement and LCD panels are identical?
     
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    joluke Notebook Deity

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    The cooling yes, the LCD panels most likely are new generation ones from the time when TM-G came out.. Of course panels are revised for better internal components
     
  5. martin778

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    Fair enough, last thing then - if I grab one with a 9900K, will it always be the TM1-G?
     
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    TM-G is a old model and discontinued. Yes it will be the TM1-G. You have a sticker under the laptop with the model number
     
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    martin778 Notebook Consultant

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    Got it, I called the distributor but they couldn't tell me what LCD panel they use and what paste the 'TIM upgrade ' is so I won't bother I think. Too much of a gamble.
     
  8. Meaker@Sager

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    Odd not to say what paste they use....
     
  9. martin778

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    When I asked about the panel they use (brand etc.) they told me "LCD fullHD" so yeah, I was pretty much done at that point.
    I think you guys are more clear in terms of options and upgrades (=more enthusiast oriented) while they just push these things with base specs.

    I asked if they could sell me a barebone without storage and memory and they couldn't, however that decision I understand.
     
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    Panel supplies can change so people do tend to list it less. They just go with a base spec that any panel will be ordered to.
     
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