**Official Clevo P770ZM / Sager NP9772 and P770ZM-G / Sager NP9773 Owner's Lounge**

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  1. HTWingNut

    HTWingNut Moo

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    Specs and images below for this desktop CPU based 17" laptop beast! :)

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    CPU
    4th Generation Intel® Core™ i7-4790 Processor (3.6GHz), 8MB L3 Cache
    4th Generation Intel® Core™ i7-4790K Processor (4.0GHz), 8MB L3 Cache
    Core Logic
    Intel® Z97 Express Chipset
    Display
    17.3” Full HD (1920x1080) LED-Backlit Display with Matte Finished Surface
    Memory
    Supports Dual Channel DDR3
    Four 204Pin SODIMM sockets, support for DDR3L 1600MHz* (Real operation frequency depends on FSB of processor)
    Expandable up to 32GB, depends on 4GB/8GB SODIMM module (32 bit OS editions have a memory limitation of 2.8GB.
    Other hardware or application limitations may further prevent use of all installed memory.)
    Graphics Processor
    NVIDIA® GeForce™ GTX 970M GPU with 6GB GDDR5 or
    NVIDIA® GeForce™ GTX 980M GPU with 8GB GDDR5
    Microsoft® DirectX® 12 Compatible
    Support PCIe x16
    MXM3.0 Type B
    NVIDIA® PhysX® Technology
    NVIDIA® CUDA™ Technology
    NVIDIA® Quadro™ K1100M GPU with 2GB GDDR5 or
    NVIDIA® Quadro™ K3100M GPU with 4GB GDDR5 or
    NVIDIA® Quadro™ K5100M GPU with 8GB GDDR5
    Microsoft® DirectX® 11.2 Compatible
    Support PCIe x16
    MXM3.0 Type B
    NVIDIA® PhysX® Technology
    NVIDIA® CUDA™ Technology
    Storage
    Two changeable 2.5” 7mm(H)/9.5mm(H) HDD/SSD, SATA interface (RAID 0/1 support)
    (Factory Option) Two M.2 2280 SSD (RAID 0/1 support), SATA interface or Two M.2 2280 SSD, PCIe interface
    Sound System
    High Definition audio interface
    S/PDIF digital output
    Built-in Array Microphone
    Built-in two 2W Onkyo speakers
    Sound Blaster™ X-FI® MB3
    External 7.1CH audio output supported by headphone, microphone, Line-in and S/PDIF jack
    ANSP™ 3D sound technology on headphone output
    Keyboard
    Full color illuminated full size keyboard with numeric pad and anti-ghost keys
    Fully programmable macro capability – customize individual key as hot key / multiple keystrokes in one key
    W/A/S/D gaming key
    Pointing Device
    Integrated touchpad with multi-gesture and scrolling function
    I/O Ports
    1 HDMI™ output Port (with HDCP)
    2 DisplayPort 1.2 output Ports
    4 USB 3.0 Ports (1 x powered USB port, AC/DC)
    1 eSATA/USB 3.0 combo Port
    1 Headphone Jack
    1 Microphone Jack
    1 Line-in Jack
    1 S/PDIF output jack
    1 RJ-45 LAN (10/100/1000Mbps)
    Slots
    6-in-1 Card Reader (MMC/RSMMC/SD/Mini-SD/SDHC/SDXC)
    Three M.2 Card Slots,
    - 1st for WLAN Combo M.2 2230 Card with PCIe and USB interface.
    - 2nd for SSD M.2 2280 Card with SATA / PCIe x2/x4 interface.
    - 3rd for SSD M.2 2280 Card with SATA / PCIe x2 interface.
    Communication
    Built-in Gigabit Ethernet LAN
    Integrated 802.11 b/g/n wireless LAN + Bluetooth™ V4.0 + LE Combo M.2 2230 Card module or
    Intel® Dual Band Wireless-AC 7265, 2x2 AC +BT M.2 2230 (Stone Peak 2) or
    Intel® Wireless-N 7265, 2x2 BGN +BT M.2 2230 (Stone Peak 2) or
    Intel® Dual Band Wireless-AC 3160, 1x1 AC +BT M.2 2230 Card modules (Wilkins Peak 1) or
    Killer Dual Band Wireless-AC N1525, 2x2 AC + BT M.2 1630 Card modules
    Other Features
    Rubber Painting
    Built-in 2.0M FHD Video Camera
    Intel® Rapid Start Technology
    Intel® Smart Response Technology
    Power
    Full Range 230W AC Adapter AC-in 100~240V, 50~60Hz, DC output 19.5V, 11.8A
    Removable 8 cell Smart Lithium-Ion battery pack 82WH
    Security
    Kensington® Lock Integrated
    Finger print
    OS Support
    Windows® 8.1 (64-bit)
    Certificate
    Windows® 8 (64-bit) Logo
    HDMI Logo
    Dimension
    16.46" (w) x 11.10" (d) x 1.52" (h)
    8.6 lbs. including Bare bone and Battery Pack
     
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  2. SystemXS

    SystemXS Notebook Consultant

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    Are you going to be reviewing one by chance HT?
     
  3. jaybee83

    jaybee83 Biotech-Doc

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    aaah very nice, good job wingnut! finally the 17inchers have a home to call their own ;)
     
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  4. HTWingNut

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    So what do we call this? The "Fat Bat"? Maybe the "Adam West" version? Or Spongebob Mermaidman? lulz
     
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    Prema Little BIOS Mod

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    Hmmmmmm...this is the Batman, the other 15" the Robin! :D

    Wish they would have a P77xZM3 version!

    BTW, like your new Avatar HT. :)
     
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  6. SystemXS

    SystemXS Notebook Consultant

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    Sadly, I'm probably the one guy left who uses the optical drive almost daily :( I would love the 4790k for encoding.
     
  7. Cerberus

    Cerberus Notebook Evangelist

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    Exactly my thoughts Jaybee :thumbsup:
     
  8. ocr123

    ocr123 Notebook Consultant

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    Is it a TN screen? What about the keyboard? Is it like the old p170em or the new updated one?
     
  9. Meaker@Sager

    Meaker@Sager Company Representative

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    You can get some really nice external ones.
     
  10. SystemXS

    SystemXS Notebook Consultant

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    Which doesn't work well for me. 99% of the time I'm using my laptop in my lap on my lapdesk with no where to put an external drive, especially when using it nonstop. I mostly use the laptop when I get out of my wheelchair and into my recliner to relax, otherwise I bust out the tablet. I've tried the external route, it's just not useable, thanks though :) I want this laptop with no 2.5" drive bays and an optical drive, is that too much to ask for ;)
     
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