*** Official Clevo P157SM-P150SM / Sager NP8250 Owner's Lounge ***

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  1. HTWingNut

    HTWingNut Potato

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    The Sager NP8250 laptops based on Clevo P157SM and P150SM have been officially announced.

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  2. Larry@LPC-Digital

    Larry@LPC-Digital Company Representative

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    I am away from my desk at the moment but...

    Here are some decent quality pics...

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    Feature pics.....

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  3. Seus

    Seus Notebook Consultant

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  4. Prema

    Prema Your Freedom, Your Choice

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    Prema BIOS Mod link for this model in my signature! ;)
     
  5. mythlogic

    mythlogic Company Representative

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    Just wanted to post some pictures of our exclusive BIOS so you can see some differences :) All the new options and menu's are NOT part of the stock Clevo BIOS, there's quite a bit of tuning that can be done :)

    This is the same BIOS that we use on the P150/P151/P157/P170/P177

    Advanced Menu:
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    Advanced Menu -> Advanced Chipset Control:
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    Advanced Menu -> ACPI Settings:
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    Advanced Menu -> CPU Configuration Page 1:
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    Advanced Menu -> CPU Configuration Page 2:
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    Advanced Menu -> USB Configuration:
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    Advanced Menu -> SATA Configuration:
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    Advanced Menu -> SATA Configuration -> RAID Options:
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    Security Menu:
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    Advanced Menu -> HDD Password: (Setting a password enabled self encrypting drives that support it)
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    Boot Menu -> OS Select / UEFI PXE Support: (You can set UEFI boot without setting windows 8 mode so you can UEFI boot any OS that supports it)
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    We'll be more than happy to answer any questions about these :)


    Ohh and one more thing.....

    Yes that is an overclocked 4700MQ in our Pollux 1613 (P157SM): (You can also overclock the embedded GPU, and the 780m clocks like a champ too)
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  6. aban714

    aban714 Notebook Evangelist

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    Xoticpc have added both the P157SM and P151SM1 to their website. I still dont see P150SM on most resellers. anyone can comment on this please?
     
  7. HTWingNut

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    Wait a day or two?
     
  8. animalfries9

    animalfries9 Notebook Enthusiast

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    considering the 157SM as my first Sager.

    1. how is the fan noise on sagers when idle/web browsing? i understand gaming, but what about just web browsing?

    2. Which of the Xoticpc upgrades are worth getting?
     
  9. IKAS V

    IKAS V Notebook Prophet

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    This is from the review at notebookcheck:

    Idle 30.3 / 36.9 / 37.7 dB(A)
     
  10. Meaker@Sager

    Meaker@Sager Company Representative

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    Remember they were using the old style of heatsink so their temperature and noise results are useless.
     
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