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  1. Meaker@Sager

    Meaker@Sager Company Representative

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    What's the final average GPU frequency during gameplay?
     
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    Around 1750 mhz when boost
     
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    Hello,
    I have Sager-Clevo P870DM3. I bought in USA but now I use in Turkey. Turkey main voltage: 220V, I use plug converter but it doesnt change the voltage.
    Tempererature are soo high and fans continuos work. Can I change adaptive voltage in BIOS? How can I fix it? Help me please.

    Thank you.
     
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    The power supplies we use are universal and the higher voltage will actually improve efficiency. The BIOS will only let you over volt, you can use intel XTU to reduce the voltage on the CPU. Fan noise will depend on workload and ambient temperatures.
     
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    So, if I plug the socket(220V) with the computer's plug-in converter(converter doesn't change the voltage!), Can I use it without problems?

    This notebook previously used with 110V. It is currently being used with 220V. Is not it necessary to change the adaptive voltage on bios or settings?

    Thank you.
     
  6. Donald@HIDevolution

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    They all come with Full Range 100V - 240V, 50-60Hz, Auto Sensing, Auto Switching AC Adapter that you can use all over the world. All you will need is the plug adapter for the wall socket. You will need one that will accept a US three prong grounded plug. You can find good resources for these at http://www.google.com/search?q=worldwide+plug+adapter
     
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    Is this all I need? I bought 2 of them. It's not a problem, is it? in future?
     
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    As Donald said, all over the world ;) People in the uk get the same brick as you and have it at 240v all day.
     
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    It is I mentioned more efficient to have 240V input too, so your brick losses are lower and your power supply will run cooler as a result.
     
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