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  1. Meaker@Sager

    Meaker@Sager Company Representative

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    Also furmark usually will cause power issues as it is a power virus.
     
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    clayton006 Notebook Evangelist

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    So even though I'm selling my NP9873 to make way for a newer one I've been traveling with it lately.

    First image is from the Apple store while I was picking up my new phone and watch (I use iOS and Android). People had no clue what to make of my laptop which was pretty funny.

    The rest is from the coffee shop this morning. Again, people have no idea what is going on when I pull this out of the bag...

    OneDrive NP9873 Travel Album
     
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    You should have seen the reactions when I had the old P570WM on the train/airport.
     
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    I can only imagine


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    It was cool to see the xray image however :) They would not let me take pictures though :(
     
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    Nice. How are the temperatures?
     
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    Not too bad, since stock is power gimped to 92W/138A Iccmax. About 80C on stock auto fans, default voltage, with a decent but not spectacular tube of some cheap EK paste I have.

    I will report back with a variety of tests of that power level at stock, at maximum undervolt, under max fans, and of course with moar powah. It runs a lot cooler than the liquid metal delid + on top 6700K at 95W (makes sense given the decreased thermal density/lower clocks per core, higher mounting pressure too?)
     
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    80 C is not bad for stock auto fans and default voltage. Even with the power gimp, could it run the all core boost to 4.7 Ghz at least?

    Also super surprised that it's running cooler than liquid metal delid since I've seen some reviewers get high 90C with even with 280mm or 360mm water cooler. de8uaer even put out a video on the topic, so maybe there's still a lottery.
     
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