Deciding between an EVOC P775TM-R and P870TM-R

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  1. Meaker@Sager

    Meaker@Sager Company Representative

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    Even with a 2080 the 8x lanes wont make a difference you will be able to notice without benchmarks and even then a stringent testing setup.
     
  2. qon

    qon Notebook Enthusiast

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    Well, that depends on what you are doing. For gaming, it is not really relevant, but any application that ships data forth and back has its throughput cut by a factor of 2.
     
  3. Meaker@Sager

    Meaker@Sager Company Representative

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    Usually you are getting pretty niche by the time the gpu is not going to be the limiting factor.
     
  4. tps3443

    tps3443 Notebook Virtuoso

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    I’m dropping a RTX2080 in
    my P750TM1, a 9900K, a Intel 665P 2TB, and I will happily ride out for years on this thing!

    I think RTX2080 mobile will get better as it ages. And, at just 1080P there is a 42% uplift in performance playing watch dogs 2!

    ^GTX1080 vs RTX2080.


    The Clevo X170 would seriously need to impress, To sway my decision on keeping the P750TM1-G.
     
  5. electrosoft

    electrosoft Perpetualist Matrixist

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    Unless you need "moar corez!" or obviously next gen Nvidia (and for some reason it can't be made to work in the last gen Z370), I'm not seeing
    the upside to the X170.

    My HID Prema touched 870TM will do up to a 9900ks and RTX 2XXX. The cooling is outstanding and I ordered a few BartX IHS's for the 8th and 9th @ 4.3mm height series to compensate for
    the pairing issue I'm currently using a shim to compensate.

    I'll stick with my 8086k atm because, like yours, it is a magical chip that can do 5.0ghz no problem but is loud (fans > 50%), but I prefer to run it at 4.5ghz all cores with a -150uv and less than
    50% fans even when stress testing my criteria in my sig. Hopefully the new IHS (that will replace the stock delidded IHS and shim) should dial it in more and maybe get 4.6-4.7 and same quiet levels. Obviously gaming is near dead quiet and the only thing causing any real noise was the 1080 and even that was hovering right around 50% or lower.

    I have a 9900k that will do 4.5ghz all cores @ 1.1v and pass all my stressors already (Same chip does 5.2 and passes all my .sig stressors on air with stock IHS no delid) but I'd like to see if there is a k/kf/ks that can go even lower and pair it with the new IHS and achieve the same level of quiet computing.

    I'll be curious to see how your taming of the 9900k goes in that 750TM1 :eek:
     
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  6. Papusan

    Papusan Jokebook's Sucks! Dont waste your $$$ on Filthy

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    RTX2080 will be faster out of date than Pascal. For the first time in long time we will see AMD is able to compete... Means Nvidia Next gen will have to deliver... https://wccftech.com/nvidia-next-gen-ampere-gpu-75-percent-faster-existing-gpus/

    Jump on 2080 now is just madness. See... Slower than coming 2080 Super cards and totally crushed by 3080.
     
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    Meaker@Sager Company Representative

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    We will see how much faster it is. Everything is rumour at this point.
     
  8. 1610ftw

    1610ftw Notebook Evangelist

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    Amen brother!

    Getting a 2080 now as an upgrade for a good 1080 is probably NOT a good idea. Chances are very high that it will be possible to either get a 30x0 series GPU with similar performance and less TDP compared to the 2080 or a significantly better performing card with the same TDP. The only problem is that it will be some time until we find the 30x series in laptops.
     
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    It was never a great idea imo.
     
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  10. jc_denton

    jc_denton BGA? What a shame.

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    The price premium vs bang per buck is hard to justify with the 1080=>2080. And since memetracing is still a gimmick there is no rush.
     
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