*** Official Clevo P75xDM and P77xDM/Sager NP9758-G and NP9778-G "Batman 2.0" Owner's Lounge ***

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  1. ProFX

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    Welcome all Prospective & Future Batman 2.0 Owners (Clevo P75xDM)

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    Here's what we know so far as confirmed:

    • No refresh for Batman (Clevo P750ZM) - other than G-Sync Support
    • Instead a new model will be released Early Q4 2015 (Clevo P750DM)
    • It will retain the same awesome chassie (no significant Chassie changes)

    Confirmed Features
    • Support for new Skylake Processor/Motherboard
    • DDR4 - (An example of some DDR4 Chips (Crucial DDR4 - 2133 Mhz Specs)
    • PCIe Gen 3 x4 (2 slots, one will be used for Wireless Card)
    • USB 3.1
    • Thunderbolt 3.0 /USB 3.1 Combo port
    • HDMI 2.0
    • Possible Sharp 17" 4K Panel is in the line up provided they are mass produced in time, if not they will possibly become available as they become available.
    • Graphics Card slot will be the same MXM 3.0 type B
    • Displayport 1.2
    • Dual M.2 SSD capability and hardware RAID
    • G-Sync - Samsung 4K Panel (Sharp 4k Panel G-Sync support has not been confirmed yet)



    Leaked Time Line of Release Dates for Skylake Processors


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    I've provided some appetizers below for you to enjoy while we wait for the Batman 2.0

    There is a lot of cool technologies coming online to look forward too, and that are important for manufactures like Clevo to consider. Such as..

    Next Gen PCIe SSD's NVMe - A great article! Phison supplies SSD manufactures like crucial, kingston etc.. with their Phison controller. Crucial, & Kingston are position well and may one up Samsung because it's partners are on track to produce a 1TB PCIe SSD and also include encryption on the fly which Samsung hasn't mentioned anything about, and may not even support that feature as Samsung's current SM951 SSD does not support encryption on the fly. Samsung's SM951 also runs hot because their controller is using an architecture of 30-40nm the memory on the other hand is much smaller.

    Another exciting feature is Thunderbolt 3.0 - a great article
    More in depth Thunderbolt 3.0 article here by- anantech

    Watch Intel's recent Computex Keynote Presentation here

    * I hope the P750-DM aka Batman 2.0 get's Intel's Real Sense implemented which would be a cool feature. (not yet confirmed)


    I'll continue to update this. I hope this helps you in making a purchase decision.





     
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  2. J.Dre

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    Looking good! All I want is future MXM 3.0b support. This is a good sign...

    I'm sure Clevo has some inside information regarding Pascal, otherwise they'd be making a huge mistake releasing a system with MXM support if Pascal is not MXM. So, I think it's safe to assume Pascal is MXM at this point (assuming what you've provided is accurate).
     
  3. MichaelKnight4Christ

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    I think this is the one pals ! I really like that thunderbolt/usb 3.1 port and the fact that skylake and all the skylake refreshes will be supported on this. The only thing that I'm worried about now is the price tag however if its comparible to the normal zm then I have a new laptop to take home to the family.

    ps:
    Im still curious what other clevo books are on the way if any only to see the performance of the mobile skylake but I have not heard much on that. Any ideas whats going on there ?
     
  4. E.D.U.

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    True or not, thanks for at least spilling the beans on what you know. Seemed like you were content to prod people a bit with a bag of hot air, and lead us on (aka troll the forum).

    I'm thinking along the same lines as J.Dre that if true, it somewhat increases the odds that Pascal will be MXM. Now to hear what the horse actually has to say.
     
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  5. Support.3@XOTIC PC

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    Thanks for taking the time to post this. Hopefully one day it can be moved back to the owners lounge.
     
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  6. Ethrem

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    Once it is announced through an official channel I will clean it up and move it back to the owners lounge.
     
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    I doubt it will be hardware raid with a chip and ram on the motherboard for it.
     
  8. ratinox

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    Agreed. The Z170 chipset has Intel RST, same as the Z97 chipset.
     
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    Yep which would be the usual firmware raid, like software only bootable.
     
  10. Ethrem

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    I was able to verify the information given here and as such, I am turning this into an official owners lounge.
     
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