**Official Clevo P870DM/Sager NP9870-G Owner's Lounge - Phoenix has arisen!**

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  1. NordicRaven

    NordicRaven Newbie

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    I know that discussion about this laptop was in the air for some time now but I haven't seen dedicated topic to it - so here comes new thread with some pictures.

    This model is called the P870DM. There is a G-Sync option available as well called the P870DM-G.

    P870DM_3.jpg P870DM_1.jpg P870DM_4.jpg P870DM_ 2.jpg

    And now some specs:
    Procesor
    Intel® CoreTM i7-6700K processor (14nm, 4.0GHz, DDR4 2133MHz, 8MB Smart cache,TDP: 95W)

    Intel® CoreTM i5-6600K processor (14nm, 3.5GHz, DDR4 2133MHz, 6MB Smart cache,TDP: 95W)

    Intel® CoreTM i5-6500 processor (14nm, 3.2GHz, DDR4 2133MHz, 6MB Smart cache,TDP: 65W)

    Intel® CoreTM i5-6400 processor (14nm, 2.7GHz, DDR4 2133MHz, 6MB Smart cache,TDP: 65W)

    Chipset
    Intel® Z170 Express Chipset

    Screen
    17.3” (43.94cm) QFHD (3840x2160) / FHD (1920x1080) 16:9 panel, 4.0mm

    RAM
    Dual channel DDR4

    Four 260 pins SODIMM sockets, support DDR4 2133 MHz ( Real operation frequency depends on processor)

    Expandable memory up to 32GB/64GB, depends on 4GB/8GB/16GB SODIMM module

    GPU
    • Support 4 active displays

    • Support NVIDIA® Surround View via HDMI x1 and miniDP x2



    • NVIDIA® GeForce GTX 980M (N16E-GX)

    - 8GB GDDR5 Video RAM

    - Support PCIe x8

    - Microsoft DirectX® 12 compatible

    - MXM3.0 Type B

    - NVIDIA® PhysX®

    - GeForce CUDATM technology

    - Support NVIDIA® SLI® Technology


    • NVIDIA® GeForce GTX 980 8GB GDDR5 <- desktop card



    • NVIDIA® GeForce GTX 970M (N16E-GT)

    - 6GB GDDR5 Video RAM

    - Support PCIe x8

    - Microsoft DirectX® 12 compatible

    - MXM3.0 Type B

    - NVIDIA®PhysX®

    - GeForce CUDATM technology

    - Support NVIDIA® SLI® Technology

    Hard Drive and Optical Drive
    Two changeable 2.5” 7mm/9.5mm(H) HDD/SSD, SATA interface (RAID 0/1)

    Two M.2 2280 SSD SATA/PCIe interface (RAID 0/1)

    Keyboard and Touchpad
    Multi languages full color illuminated full size keyboard with numeric pad and anti-ghost keys

    Built in touch pad with multi-gesture and scrolling function

    W/A/S/D gaming key

    Audio
    High Definition Audio

    S/PDIF digital output

    Built in array microphone

    Built in two speakers

    Built in one subwoofer speaker

    ANSPTM 3D sound technology on headphone output

    SOUND BLASTER® X-FI® MB5

    External 7.1CH audio output supported by headphone, microphone, Line-in and S/PDIF jack

    I/O Ports
    5 x USB 3.0 ports (1 x powered USB port, AC/DC)

    1 x USB 3.1 (*Type C - Thunderbolt™ 3)

    2 x RJ-45 LAN port (Killer Double Shot-3 Pro)

    1 x HDMI output port (with HDCP)

    2 x Mini Display port 1.2

    1 x Headphone jack

    1 x Microphone jack

    1 x S/PDIF output jack

    1 x Line-in jack

    1 x DC-in jack

    Card Reader
    6-in-1 Push-Push Card reader

    - MMC / RSMMC

    - SD / mini SD / SDHC / SDXC up to UHS-ll

    Internal slots
    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 Gen3 x4 interface

    -3rd for SSD M.2 2280 Card with SATA / PCIe Gen3 x4 interface

    Comunication
    Built in Qualcomm® 10/100/1000Mb Base-TX Ethernet LAN

    2.0M FHD video camera

    Battery and AC Adapter
    Full Range AC adapter, AC in 100~240V, 50~60Hz, DC output 19.5V, 16.9A, 330W

    Embedded 8 cells Smart Lithium-lon battery pack, 89WH

    Battery life: 180 minutes (TBC) (with NVIDIA® GeForce GTX 970M single, 89WH Battery)

    Security
    Kensington® Lock

    Finger print

    TPM 2.0

    Dimension
    428(W) x 308(D) x 45(H) mm

    Weight
    4.8kg
     
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  2. Prema

    Prema Your Freedom, Your Choice

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    THE RISE OF THE PHOENIX! :D

    This is going to be my new dev-system. So expect some "extra love" coming its way! :)

    Some more STUFF.
     
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  3. Ramzay

    Ramzay Notebook Connoisseur

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    It looks like they're still using the 15" keyboard on their 17" models. Why?

    Come on Clevo - you have a bigger chassis, make a keyboard specifically for these larger models.
     
  4. jaybee83

    jaybee83 Biotech-Doc

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    haha, this "issue" has been around forever, same with other brands though ;)

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  5. Ramzay

    Ramzay Notebook Connoisseur

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    MSI and Lenovo do this, but other brands don't.

    Both ASUS and Alienware create keyboards for each specific model, or at least most of them.
     
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  6. HTWingNut

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    Let's hope the 18" gets a full keyboard.
     
  7. Riddhy916

    Riddhy916 Notebook Deity

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    some burning questions

    as prema mentions gtx 980 card form factor (Standard MXM-B is 105x83mm while this is 115x108mm). lets call it mxm type c maybe.

    1. does the clevo p870dm cme with 2 different motherboards for gtx 980m sli and one for gtx 980?

    2. is the mxm type c slot backward compatible with mxm type b?

    3. is it upgradable for future gpus as well? when a pascal desktop type card releases for this ?
     
  8. Riddhy916

    Riddhy916 Notebook Deity

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    whoa there will be an 18inch clevo as well? whats it called??
     
  9. jaybee83

    jaybee83 Biotech-Doc

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    1. no

    2. yes

    3. physically yes, technically maybe, but that always depends on system / video bios as with every machine and new gpu gen.

    reasoning behind this: the connector itself didnt change, just the size of the card (its a bit wider than standard mxm 3.0 B). so it is totally possible to build a mobo that sports two gpu slots, where one of the two allows the installation of a wider card (i.e. a 980), but this solution would at the same time allow two regular sized mxm card to be installed in sli.
    with that being said, ud only need to have different heatsink designs (either two regular sized for sli or one giant sink) to accomodate all configurations.

    just my take on this @Prema feel free to correct me if im wrong :D

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  10. Prema

    Prema Your Freedom, Your Choice

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    The MXM type-B heatsink uses one for Master and another (almost identical, not like in the P3 models) one for the slave GPU. Plus an additional one for the CPU.
    None of them are linked in the "PHOENIX" model as they are in the "BATMAN" models.

    The heatsink for the 200W MXM module uses 6 wide heatpipes as well as FAN grills towards both sides (T-shaped).

    MXM connector are identical and the regular type B cards as well as the 200W card use the same.
    But there is an additional power cable for the 200W card a bit like on desktops.
     
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