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

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  1. invertedsilence

    invertedsilence Notebook Geek

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    Hey,

    Audio guy here; was wondering if someone could check DSP latencies on this machine on AC power and battery using latencymon (https://www.resplendence.com/latencymon).
    This will confirm my purchasing decision

    How is the amp on the internal jack (for traveling)?
     
  2. eddi3x3x3

    eddi3x3x3 Notebook Evangelist

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    I believe one of the reviewers on YouTube mentioned there was no huge latency and that it should be fine, not sure about the dac

    Sent from my Moto Z (2) using Tapatalk
     
  3. Jarrod'sTech

    Jarrod'sTech Notebook Enthusiast

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    Yeah I tested it, here's the results from mine @invertedsilence
    main.png processes.png drivers.png cpus.png
     
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  4. mkoev

    mkoev Notebook Enthusiast

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    Hey, does anyone know if there are other European brands selling the same configuraion\chassi? Or is it only XMG?
     
  5. Plodplod

    Plodplod Newbie

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    Here's a list of Tongfang resellers found on a forum. The list a year and a half old and they don't necessarily have this model.

    http://www.mechrevo.com
    https://www.illegear.com/
    https://www.cyberpowerpc.com/category/gaming-laptops
    http://sklep.hyperbook.pl/
    https://www.aftershockpc.com/welcome/Products
    http://www.eluktronics.com/laptops/by-size/
    http://www.assismatica.pt/categoria/tongfang_31236.aspx
    http://www.inphtech.pt/
    https://www.monsternotebook.com.tr/
    https://www.monsterlabs.co.kr
     
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  6. genexis_x

    genexis_x Notebook Consultant

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    From what I know, currently there are only 4 brands who sell this QC7 chassis: Eluktronics, XMG, Maingear, Aftershock/Level51
     
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  7. Eluktronics

    Eluktronics Company Representative

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    That model is our MB-15:

    https://www.eluktronics.com/mb-15
     
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  8. eddi3x3x3

    eddi3x3x3 Notebook Evangelist

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    Hey @Eluktronics are you guys going to have a black friday sale on the mag 15? I see a lot of laptops dropping in price, is there something I can subscribe to so I can know if you guys put it on sale before it sells out?
     
  9. Eluktronics

    Eluktronics Company Representative

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    Sorry, the MAG-15 is not going to be reducing in costs and it is unfortunately likely we will need to turn off the option for advanced thermals very soon based on the order backlog. The liquid metal process occupies so much of our resources to properly complete and we want to be able to provide delivery to as many customers as possible for Christmas.
     
  10. KVY

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    First time poster here. Recently got the Mag15. When I run CPU stress test using Aida64 or prime95 on “game mode,” I noticed that the cpu only reaches ~3.0 MHz despite having temp of only ~70. The fans don’t really pick up either. What’s more strange is that the first time I ran Aida64, the CPU reached 90 degrees with a much higher MHz. Anyone else experiencing this? What gives?
     
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