NOW AVAILABLE: ENVY 15-32XX Intel Ivy Bridge (AMD 7750M)

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  1. PaKii94

    PaKii94 Notebook Virtuoso

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    haha yeah moral of the story. just ask. it doesnt hurt worse they can do is say no
     
  2. mraufait

    mraufait Notebook Consultant

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    Ok then. So I guess now that the replacement unit is on its way now is the time to really oc that baby.
     
  3. Ice H4wk

    Ice H4wk Notebook Consultant

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    O i see well that sucks then, it says its still on schedule for a tomorrow delivery, i don't think that will happen anymore.
     
  4. mraufait

    mraufait Notebook Consultant

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    It is very possible it really is in Memphis though. FedX started back up at midnight 7/5 as they were closed for the forth. There system did not update because of this. If it left Shanghi and it hit US soil anytime during the 4th the system at that location may have not updated. Looking at the time it left (Shanghi time) When you wake up tomorrow morning you may be pleasantly surprised I hope. That's my guess. I would still expect it when FedX says it will be there.
     
  5. Ice H4wk

    Ice H4wk Notebook Consultant

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    Ok it's in Memphis =)
     
  6. PaKii94

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    lol lemme know how much ur able to oc that babe
     
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    NickTheGamer Notebook Enthusiast

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    Hey guys,

    I have managed to secure at 3200 in Australia (it is a US model but a guy is selling it) which will arrive on Tuesday. I was wondering what sort of internal temps you guys are getting and what would be a stable longterm overclock? I don't want to damage any components as I need it to last 4 years.
     
  8. humanstory

    humanstory Notebook Geek

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    Has anyone seen an empirical analysis of the Envy 15 screen? I'm pretty interested in the 15, but I'm concerned about sRGB coverage - in Notebookcheck's review of the Envy 15 3000 it really wasn't good.
     
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    My recollection from the 3000 was that color gamut was only around 60%m but haven't seen anything about the new one, though imagine it would be more or less similar. Even Dell's new XPS doesn't come with an RGBLED option any more, so with the exception of the MBP retina, screen quality seems to be moving backwards. Perhaps a combination of cost, thinner enclosures, and battery life prioritization?
     
  10. mraufait

    mraufait Notebook Consultant

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    Yeah, seems like most everything moves backwards and doesn't last. All about that all mighty $.
     
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