Clevo PA70HS-G

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  1. Meaker@Sager

    Meaker@Sager Company Representative

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    You mean the foam? That's to seal against the lid to guide air and reduce vibration transmission.
     
  2. AdnanS

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    Not the foam but the tape highlighted in blue.

    Image link: https://ibb.co/jQd01v

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    Oh that's just helping to keep the cables in place and make them neat.
     
  4. Jmanthesin

    Jmanthesin Notebook Enthusiast

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    Is it worth it to get this laptop with the i7-7820hk keeping in mind how thin it is?

    Would there a noticeable difference of FPS in games between the 7820hk @ 3.8ghz versus the 7700hq @ 3.4ghz?
     
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    That's debatable. For normal Usage and whatnot, the difference is negligible. However, given good conditions (such as good paste, undervolt, etc.) A nice overclock on all cores could be achieved. This could make this laptop last a bit longer in to the future as a viable option. As for FPS, no real gains most likely.
    *Edit: Even though there are negligible, if any gains for gaming, the 7820hk does better overall for other tasks, even at stock clocks. I would refer to this video if you wanna know more.
     
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    I've seen some comparison in topic whether the mobile CPU bottlenecks GPU in games.

    The result was that in cpu demanding games (like PUBG) even an i7-7820HK (not-OC) can bottleneck 1070.
    However, in 95% of the games, the fps difference between top HQ, HK and K are negligible.
     
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    That's pretty much the long and short of it.
     
  8. Jmanthesin

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    From what I could match, the gain's from using the 7820hk OC'd over the 7700hq was anywhere between 1 - 7 FPS in games.
     
  9. jrwingate6

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    Anyone have any thermal results to report? Have you applied an undervolt or new paste? Also, how is fan noise?

    Sent from my SM-G955U using Tapatalk
     
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