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

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  1. Meaker@Sager

    Meaker@Sager Company Representative

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    As a gamer you are better off with a 1080p panel for the higher frame rates even with G-Sync, 4k is 4x more taxing, it's just a huge jump. That's going to be true for some time.
     
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    Thanks, contacted Mythlogic to get an update. Asked if they could load up Windows 10 on the unit they are building.

    Has anyone had any issues with updating/running Windows 10 on this model to make me think this will be a problem?

    Also how does it stack performance wise and is there an increase as compared to 7 to 8/8.1.
     
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    Performance is pretty similar, though you have DX12 in windows 10 for future titles.
     
  4. darkxon4

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    i just ordered this beauty and while waiting to get it,im thinking of all the dirty stuff im gonan do to it <3

    on a serious note,i got the i7 4790(simple,no K or Z or anything),and im wondering if its possible to undervolt that one(simply cause i dont want my baby to have any kind of extra stress on it that i could get rid of).
     
  5. Kommando

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    You made a good choice (if you dont want to overclock) and yes you can undervolt and underclock as much as stability allows you.
    I'd recommend Intel XTU or Throttlestop.
     
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    You just can't exceed the stock levels in any way.
     
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    i_pk_pjers_i Even the ppl who never frown eventually break down

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    Yeah, you can undervolt it quite a bit depending on if you hit the silicon lottery or not.
     
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    Can anyone please tell what the Bios setting option "GPU Performance Scaling" does and whether it should be set enabled or disabled?
     
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    The information I got is that scaling of 3d rendered scenes is either handled by the either the IGP or dGPU. I believe you want to leave it to the dGPU and keep it enabled.
     
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    Thanks for the info. My understanding is the iGPU is disabled for this model – P770ZM, so this option should have no effect whether enabled or disabled. Right? I will anyway enable it to be sure that performance is not compromised anywhere.
     
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