***Gigabyte P35X owner's lounge***

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  1. Arthedes

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    Seems like it can maintain higher clocks than the 4720HQ at the same temps (95C).

    I didn't record temps but I score 8737 on firestrike.

    That's with 3.0GHz clock and -40mV UV. GPU is at +135 Core (1261 MHz) and +500 Mem (3000MHz)
     
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    Most games I play I clock the CPU at either 3.0 GHz or 2.6GHz, depending on wether it hits 95C or not.

    Then again I'm still using the stock paste job and haven't cleaned out the fans since I got it.

    I'll apply some GC Extreme and clean out the dust when my finals are over.

    If I can maintain 3.4GHz when gaming I would be very happy.
     
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    Nice scores but the CPU temps are too high again, high temps I can deal with but the crazy loud fans are a big turnoff, unless Gigabyte fixed it but with those temps it looks like they didn't.
    Bummer.
     
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    Yes temperatures looks the same like V3 since the chassis and fan size are still the same.
     
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    Considering the p35x V4 with GTX980m. How is the noise level when internet browsing and word processing? Can this PC handle BF4 at max settings 1080p? Is the stock 1080p matte screen pretty nice? Is there a better 15 inch option with a GTX980 at the moment? Is it an ämazing jump"going from a 970m to 980m? What kind of fps jump are we talking when going from a 970m to 980m? Is the GTX980m equivalent to a desktop GTX960m?
     
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    1)From what I've heard it's pretty quiet web browsing.
    2)Yes
    3)pretty good
    4) you might want to look at SAGER/CLEVO models.
    5)approximately20%/ 30% performance gain depending on the game.
    6) do the math ;)
    7) equivalent to a 970 desktop GPU.
     
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    I was thinking about getting a V4, is the warranty void if you install your own msata and SSD?
     
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    Your better off asking the place you might buy it from, it really all depends where you buy it.
     
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    We have detail noise level tests:



    It can handle BF4 at 1080P but probably will suffer the frame rate drop at max settings. the stock screen is LG IPS which is pretty good and the GTX980M performs better than desktop GTX960.

    980M performs better than 970M that's for sure, about 30% faster.


    No it does not void the warranty at all unless there are physical damages.
     
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    Yes but at the same temps the 5th gen core should run at a higher clock speed i guess

    Sent from my GT-I9300
     
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