Clevo + Ryzen: possible?

Discussion in 'Sager and Clevo' started by thegh0sts, Feb 23, 2017.

  1. sicily428

    sicily428 Donuts!! :)

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    May be AMD used Asus like a money tree

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    I'll give them the benefit of the doubt for now. Until something official comes out it's all just speculation anyway.
     
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    TheReciever D! For Dragon!

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    I wanted ryzen in a laptop since I want more multicore performance. Ive been using the m4600 for a while so I can wait until we at least get 6 core laptops but I have no qualms with ryzen as long as the GPU is suitable for long term use
     
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    Now we just got to see if you can push more with an overclock.
     
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    Ryzen starts getting real hungry as you push it up.
     
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    AZHIGHWAYZ Notebook Enthusiast

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    Yeah I wouldn't get my hopes up for even a moderately overclocked Ryzen Laptop. They just consume too much power to make it very viable. Maybe from some of the lower end CPU's but certainly not from the higher end parts.
     
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    TBoneSan Laptop Fiend

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    Ain't that the truth
     
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    The quads should be fairly clockable.

    I think AMD should do a hex core APU really targeted at notebooks.
     
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    How likely is that for this gen? I recall reading some speculation on this earlier this year but hadn't heard anything since.
     
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    I think they will want to focus on strong quad + GPU but I would like to be pleasantly surprised.
     
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    Yeah very true, but people on the forums arent afraid to use dual power supplies to get what they want. The other question would be if the laptop could handle power delivery, recognize additional power supply capacity, and all that jazz. Just circles back to really wishing the VRAM was 8GB instead of 4GB.

    The only game I play these days, R6 Siege can take 6GB VRAM on UltraHD textures which is what I would like to be able to do lol, cant do that on a 4GB card.

    Hopefully we can get another offering with favorable configuration...
     
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    Those people tend to want the best performance possible too, most of them are gamers and the Intel will show better numbers.
     
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    True, they are the niche but from what I have seen and I can be entirely wrong, it tends to be for a single game at a time.

    Main reason I wanted more multithread is to play more than one game at a time. I used to try to play siege alongside Black Desert Online but the CPU usage is full tilt (when I had an SFF desktop). GPU is too naturally which is why VRAM is a concern. If my memory is correct my friends 4790k @ 4.7 hits about 80-85% usage in Siege alone, mine is full tilt but an explanation is hardly needed for that (DD in the sig).

    Ive been really curious about Game development as well, though I have no knowledge of it, I figure though that you cant really develop a game and test it if you dont have the hardware requirements to begin with. I could just build a desktop for sure, and cheaper but I like being able to put my setup in a back pack. Makes things much easier for air travel...

    EDIT: Guess my desire in a future laptop is niche in a niche. Im wiling to accept that lol.
     
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