Fujitsu CELSIUS H970

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    My bad! You are right. It is a 17"
     
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    Yeah, unfortunately, all the "proper" business workstations (e.g. Dell Precision series, HP ZBook, Lenovo P, Fujitsu Celsius) seem to limit their 15" models to MXM 3.0A only.

    But, I don't mind the looks of this latest Fujitsu model at all. I'll check the reviews, certainly.

    Though, I'm not sure my Ivy Bridge Precision warrants replacing. Perhaps it's better to wait for some bigger CPU architectural jump which Intel might be finally forced to do now that the AMD released some competitive products finally (absence of which allowed Intel to sell the same product over and over for like 7 generations, just slightly refined). Of course, that depends if one can find these new Quadros for upgrade at a relatively decent price.
     
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    Wait for a Notebookcheck Review
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    here a review (german)
    https://www.notebookcheck.com/Test-Fujitsu-Celsius-H970-E3-1535M-v6-P4000-Workstation.229800.0.html
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    17.3 Zoll 16:9, 1920x1080 Pixel 127 PPI, LP173WF4-SPF3, IPS LED, spiegelnd: nein

    X-Rite i1Pro 2
    Maximal: 379 cd/m² Durchschnitt: 360.1 cd/m² Minimum: 37.5 cd/m²
    Ausleuchtung: 91 %
    Helligkeit Akku: 373 cd/m²
    Kontrast: 1227:1 (Schwarzwert: 0.3 cd/m²)
    ΔE Color 6.4 | - Ø
    ΔE Greyscale 7.2 | - Ø
    84.4% sRGB (Argyll) 55.5% AdobeRGB 1998 (Argyll)
    Gamma: 2.02
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    The thickness of only 30 mm is rather surprising given the socketed CPU and GPU, which helped with the weight as well - 3 kg is pretty good for a 17" workstation. Pretty good battery life given the battery size, thanks to Optimus, which doesn't bother me if the display port connection is directly connected to the GPU (for e.g. G-Sync external monitor, VR, etc.).

    Shame the CPU cooling is so anemic with only a single heatpipe!? What the hell happened there? Was it so hard to add another one at the very least? A mind numbing decision..
     
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    Mobius 1 what is quality control?

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    intel says 99c is tjmax

    so they cut production cost and went with 1 pipe
     
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    On a $5000 workstation?
     
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    Mobius 1 what is quality control?

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