CLEVO P870TM1

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  1. luisxd

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    Both GPU and CPU?, during heaven CPU stayed at 50C and GPUs at 85-90C.
     
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    Yes. 100C is max for Cpu and I think around 90C for graphics. A no go:)
     
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    Nvidia go with 83c as their throttle point so obviously below that would be ideal.
     
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    I've been getting 65-80 C on the CPU and 50-60 C on both GPU while playing GW2. Seems about right I think, but the fans make a lot of noise lol. I'm gonna be trying some other games to see how temperatures behave.
     
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    Great that you only needed a new fan to get it working again!

    You have the luxury to basically have best in class cooling and depending on what you plan to do with your machine you may even look into only using one of the GPU's.

    I'd definitely go with different fan- and possibly also throttlestop / MSI Afterburner profiles depending on what you do as the P870TM chassis can be almost silent for everyday tasks like web-browsing or office programs, the cooling is that good.
     
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    That’s the default temp limit on desktop 1080, on the mobile version it’s already set to the max of 91C.
     
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    Have you undervolted the GPU’s and undervolted the CPU? is it delidded?


    But you should be able to get those temps down drastically especially in a 870 chassis with a vapor chamber.

    That is a great setup. You have some tweaking to do in several areas to get full potential though.

    If I were you, I would sell of one of the GTX1080’s for $500 used for a quick sale and buy a 9900KS and drop that in place of your 8700K. Then sell the 8700K for $275.

    The (2) GTX1080’s are great for benching. Or unless there is a specific single demanding game title you play that can benefit the extra power.

    If you are keeping both 1080’s and the 8700K. Then I would look in you optimizing the memory speed, cpu speed, cpu cache speed, undervolting the cpu, and undervolting both gtx1080’s and overclocking the GDDR5X to around 11+GBPS
     
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    Here’s my run! Single GTX1080


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    How is the contact between the heatsink and the ihs? Some Clevo models suffer a bad fit and cause high temps as a consequence.
     
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    What was your CPU frequency?, do you use turbo boost or keep it at a static frequency during the benchmark?
     
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