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HTWingNut's Sager NP6110 / Clevo W110ER First Look & Review

Discussion in 'Sager/Clevo Reviews & Owners' Lounges' started by HTWingNut, May 3, 2012.

  1. milnallz

    milnallz Newbie

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    I think HeavenCry's going to post about that 3612QM eventually.

    In the meantime, any point using i5 2450 & 650m-equipped m14xs or np6165s for comparison?
     
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    robomasterxp Notebook Guru

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    yep, I think that's right, just not sure how much though... and if you lower the setting enough, the laptop can just use the Intel HD4000 instead of GT 650m, which will definitely cooler. About the CPU, your temp should be cooler as well.
     
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    I do not know for certain. We need to get some parts to check.

    Nope, can't do anything in the BIOS. But you can turn off turbo boost by setting min and max processor speed in the power settings or using ThrottleStop and lock the multiplier. But in any case, yes it does drop heat a bit. I believe I posted somewhere earlier in this thread, but will try to find it and will repost.

    The 650m in the M14x is GDDR5, although would be happy to see comparison in performance. I am also curious about the 3612QM and power and temperature. I still think a dual core ivy at 35W will still run even cooler and use less power yet.
     
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    HT, any chance you could comment on the keyboard? I see some sites saying that it's a reduced size version, so... is that the case? Does it feel much like the 90% keyboards found on netbooks? Is it easy to get used to?

    Thanks!
     
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    Here are some 3dm11 scores for the m14x with the 650m gddr5 (graphics only). 2070 (stock, 745 to 835 with boost/1000) , 2376 (880-970, 1203)

    HT, if you feel up to running the metro benchmark again at 900p, you could compare it to some benchmarks that littlezipp ran on his m14x. (stock, OC)
     
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    One thing that wasn't tested, or asked for that might be important for some people is DPC latency. If you could download the DPC Latency Checker here http://www.thesycon.de/deu/latency_check.shtml and run a few basic tests with it, that would be hugely appreciated, and although I can't rep you again now as I have to spread it around, I will be sure to rep you once I am allowed to again.
     
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    Keyboard is 10 inches wide by a little under 4 inches deep. My Eee 1215b has a keyboard 11 inches wide by 4 inches deep. The difference I see is the Eee has Del, Home, PgUp, PgDn, End, Right Arrow on the right side, and arrow keys on Clevo are a little smaller. Keys on Eee are 15mm wide and 14mm wide on the Clevo.

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    I will run, but not sure about what you're saying. The number you listed is different than the number in the link. Also are you saying it can boost to 1000MHz? I do plan on doing some overclocking, but I'm just a bit concerned about temperatures.

    Edit: Here we go. Stock 835 boost to 950, M15x is about 15% better:

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    Will run and report back.
     
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    That's still a big power brick just flatter, with great power you get a big PSU.
     
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    yeah, but flatter is easier for me. it'd fit in my bag better.

    if it'd work, then this could be my next laptop....
     
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