Intel-TongFang QC7 (Element/Fusion 15/MAG-15/Vapor 15 Pro)

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  1. techjin

    techjin Newbie

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    Has anyone tried gaming on 1440p with this laptop and getting decent fps? I am trying to decide whether I should get a 1080p or 1440p monitor.
    If you play on 1440p, have you been getting an average 60 fps on medium quality settings?
    Also I have the 1660ti version.
     
  2. StormFalcon

    StormFalcon Notebook Consultant

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    Depends on the game. Personally, I'd go for 1080p 144hz instead of 1440p 60hz

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    build6 Notebook Enthusiast

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    Thanks for sharing. Any clue as to what went wrong? Or some coinciding hardware related mishap?
     
  5. StormFalcon

    StormFalcon Notebook Consultant

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    Honestly, I have no idea. I was plugged in and had full battery. I was the first person to experience that, so right now all I can say is that I got unlucky.

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  6. Shinzawai

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    Thanks.
    Also, anyone having any battery draining issues after updating post BIOS 64 actually?

    I'm usually in the not-broke-don't-fix-it camp but that battery management actually looks useful! Of course I found some reddit mention with a few guys going back and forth NOT to update because their laptops had noticeably more drain after updating, believe it was 114. But I don't see any mention of 'battery drain' issues mentioned in 116 or 118 change logs, so these guys reporting a 'one off/god knows what's wrong' or is there something here that looks more like a wider spread issue?
     
  7. StormFalcon

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    Not sure if it's widespread, but for me my battery has stayed pretty much the same. Are you running background things that ping ur dGPU?

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    Not that I realise)
     
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    Howitzer225 Death Company Dreadnought

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  10. StormFalcon

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    1660ti 115w that Eluktronics offers beats most 2060s which are usually 80w iirc, so I wouldn't be too down about it. The chassis can't really handle all that much more thermally anyways

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