My new clevo p775tm1-g

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  1. andytom69

    andytom69 Notebook Geek

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    hello guys I just completed my setup, I never had a laptop so big but it made me do everything I could bring .. I tried to do things better I also did the CPU delid, you have a movie to watch, if you have any tips, I'll wait for

    https://youtu.be/AITY8dMe2CE
     
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  2. Michaelscott658

    Michaelscott658 Newbie

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    Welcome to the club I have the same specs except with the 9700k. I am using only NVme sticks on mine. Might save a tiny bit of weight as I carry mine around a lot. Surprisingly not heavy.


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  3. jc_denton

    jc_denton P870TM1-SKYLINE

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    Congrats, it's a fun machine for sure. Just be careful with the small copper heatsinks. The adhesive on them has a tendency to fail after a while and they might fall off and short something.

    Also, when performance tuning make it a habit to compare your results with scores from identical systems at the same speed. That way you can see whether the benchmark scores are falling short or are on point.
     
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    Ashen-Shugar Notebook Evangelist

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    Awesome to hear.

    I've just pulled the trigger on a HIDEvolution P750 with an i7 9700 and the GeForce 2070.

    Replacing my quite tired Sager 8258-S with the 880M and i7 4810.

    Much thanks to @Donald@HIDevolution for his excellent work, patience, and cross-chatting with another technical geek on low level components, thermal concerns, and overall process. I'm a system architect, I can't help to geek.

    I'll start a new thread with specs, thermals, performance marks, issues/suggestions/other once I get the laptop and spend some burn in time and the hours and hours of personalization.

    I'd love to compare the P750 with your P775 on issues and differences since you're effectively the 17" big brother of my 15" laptop.
     
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  5. Meaker@Sager

    Meaker@Sager Company Representative

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    It's the same machine with a larger display, heatsinks and a subwoofer.
     
  6. Dennismungai

    Dennismungai Notebook Deity

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    The 17" chassis lacks the M.2 3042 slot, which the 15" has for use with LTE modules.
     
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