*** Official Clevo NB50TK1/ NB50TJ1/ NB50TL Owner's Lounge ***

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  1. genexis_x

    genexis_x Notebook Consultant

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    DuongTHVN Notebook Guru

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    Hello Guy!!
    i7 8700 is 120W
    1050ti is 75W

    is the Power: 150 Watt AC Adapter of NB50TK1 too low power ?
     
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    Meaker@Sager Company Representative

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    The 8700 is a 65w part and unlike some desktops it wont be power overclocked in the laptop.
     
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    DuongTHVN Notebook Guru

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    no. 65W is TDP, the power consumption of 8700 is 120W man!
     
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    Not it you follow intels spec, notice I did remark desktop boards do often power overclock it.
     
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    here you are : https://tekeverything.com/intel-core-i7-8700-review-benchmarks/
    The 8700 has a TDP of 65W. The CPU doesn’t really come anywhere close to that under load however. Below you will find average power draw numbers for the CPU when at various states.

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    They were using a power overclocking board. A lot of motherboard manufacturers are doing this but it's still overclocking.
     
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    can you compare TDP vs power consumption ?

    i don't know why do you say that but i thing you can not prove that.
    can you test like them and show the result, please for prove you right. ok ?
     
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    I bought an NB50TK1 from Eluktronics intending to use it for a project but I'm thinking about returning it after getting some hands-on use and discovering some things I really do not like. To start with, the underside panel is completely retarded. It seems good at a glance until you realize that it's not held in by just screws, but also tiny clips along the side. This means you have to tug at it until it comes loose. What makes this difficult is that some of the clips are attached directly to all the little vent cutouts, which makes them very weak and brittle. So it's very, VERY easy to break. It's just a pain in the ass thing that doesn't need to be there because it's already screwed in.

    The next thing is even worse. I've confirmed it with an eluktronics support member that there is no legacy boot and no way to disable UEFI, unlike other models. I'm done banging my head against the wall trying to get these otherwise good and unique laptops to run the way I want but can't because they're crippled with progressively worse and worse bios options each time.
     
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