*** Official Clevo P775DM2/3(-G)/P75xDM2(-G) (Sager NP9152/NP9172) WINGMAN 2.0/BATMAN 3.0 Lounge ***

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  1. Alfly

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    When looking at per cost you can usually get a pair of SATA drives, in Raid 0 the 850evo and my SM961, I really can't notice the difference.
     
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    So some days using that undervoltage. I tried to push more, -180mV crash directly as -170mV not enough stable, -160mV stable to work but not for gaming. I stay at -150mV that is not so bad for now .
    My cpu is running all the frequencies except with 4cores which need 41W instead of the 35W of my CPU (Using Prime95 on Max consumption test) (45W for 8s).
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    I change my TDP to 41PL1 and 51.250PL2 (8secs). 30 minutes prime95 and furmark, all ok, temp 67CPU and 72GPU. I know it's not representative of games but it's my reference between each change for temp.

    This is a "strange" CPU for a gaming/worstation laptop, but I wanted to try this configuration.
     
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    It is strange but there is always a niche and the socket gives you that choice.
     
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    If the T can keep "cool" my laptop without additionnal fans I am happy even if I haven't the power of the K. Same thing about my 1070 instead the 1080. The problem is : I find any real infos about this CPU, even on google. Laptop gamers want a powerfull PC, and desktop users don't care about heating, nobody wants this CPU.
     
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    Its meant more for small form factor media pcs and the like typically
     
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    Hello everyone!

    I am new here as a user, but visited this site a lot, from here I first found these great laptops with desktop CPUs!
    My model is P751DM2-G, i5 7400 and GTX 1060. Recently upgraded to 1080 and it is a huge improvement in performance but with higher temps though and nVidia drivers mod. I got this model as second hand in great condition and want to upgrade now the CPU to a Coffee Lake. It comes from PC Specialist UK (boot logo at least).

    Has someone upgraded P751DM2 with a Coffee Lake CPU? I know that there a BIOS and EC update is required, at least this is one for P870 model and isolation of several CPU pins. Now I am standing in buying between the 7700K or the 8700K, if someone can help me I would be grateful, it is a important decision for me to make.

    In the meanwhile, as I also like good sound from the speakers, I added the missing components in the sub-woofer circuit, built up a small sub-woofer of a size of the 2.5" hard drive and it is mounted on the hard drive itself (on a SSD actually). It now sounds much better, but still I have to make the laptop a little higher because the speaker is a little high, the hole for the speaker itself in the bottom cover. I will post some pictures later.

    And, I want to integrate heatsinks from the P775TM model, add extra heatpipes and integrate watercooling if I succeed with the 8700K CPU :)
    There also a little case mod will be required, but it is doable, at least I want to find both bottom covers to mod.
     
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    The 17 inch uses larger heatsinks, you will need to modify the chassis and have them sticking out. You are pushing with the 1080, the 8700k is going to add to the thermal/power load significantly.
     
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    I am aware of the chasis mod. What about the new heatsink used in P750TM model? Does this one peform better than the original one (3 heatpipes on the GPU instead of 2)? This one:

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/new-for-Cl...237163?hash=item2857e3c6ab:g:nioAAOSw30Ja~pm~

    Adding the 8700k is for extra cores and it's very amazing to have it inside this little machine, so if possible to mantain it at 80C under heavy load will be acceptable. The main reason for separate heatsinks is that I can add or remove a thermal bribge if necessary, some aluminium vapor chambers, though I don't know how these perform:

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/100mm-Widt...2a:m:miuti89x6eIA-K1zWPQGGgA&var=690465762992

    Adding a extra heatpipe on both heatsinks to be total of 4 might give a little advantage, I also thought about vapor chambers for both CPU and GPU, but did not found anything yet, desktop cards have them a little too big and mounting holes cannot fit.

    Is there a way to change harware ID for the GPU to be able to install drivers without .inf mod? Also the GSync is gone because of that..
     
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    G-sync is not validated on the 8086k so that's what will be doing it.

    The one you posted is a balanced design.
     
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