*** Official Clevo P870KM1/P870KM1-G/Sager NP9876 Owner's Lounge! - Phoenix 3.0 ***

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  1. Meaker@Sager

    Meaker@Sager Company Representative

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    Considering the vapor chamber can cool 2 cards well, it does just fine with 1 since the heat has two paths it can go.
     
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  2. Rahego

    Rahego Notebook Consultant

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    If you could, please run for 5 mins at stock voltage/full fan speed something that stress gpu for 100% constantly (for example OCCT test or furmark). Than show here max temperature/voltage/cloacks/power consumption etc :)

    Edit, and also please tell what kind of pads/paste you are using (and ofc if you live in some hot country Dubai or something - let us know - mean room temperature also counts)

    Edit 2 @Meaker@Sager it's not i do not believe you. Just saw that someone i selling TM VC to stay with regular one - and i wonder
     
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  3. Papusan

    Papusan JOKEBOOK's Sucks! Dont waste your $$$ on FILTHY

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  4. Rahego

    Rahego Notebook Consultant

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    [​IMG] If it was so easy for him to do this - than mby we should give a try and ask for fan control via hwinfo? It would be sick !

    Edit - sweeeeet. It's working with p870TM EC/BIOS :)
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  5. artpra

    artpra Notebook Consultant

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    :cool:

    It means that we unlocked this feature across the whole Phoenix range :D
     
  6. artpra

    artpra Notebook Consultant

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    So the setup is:
    - P870KM1 with 1080 and TM VC;
    - stock(ish) BIOS and vBIOS;
    - no VSync, no GSync, no FPS limit, NVidia "prefer max performance", Win7 "max performance" power plan;
    - stock pads, Gelid Extreme;
    - 22C ambient temp;
    - max "Fn+1" fans;
    - 5 minutes of OCCT as requested.

    OCCT settings used:
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    GPU graph:
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    HWinfo GPU report:
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    I would say that VC is doing wonderful job here.
    Reported "performance limits" are due to stock BIOS, which throttles even with single 1080 (no, you don`t need SLI to be victim of it)... @Prema help :(
     
  7. Meaker@Sager

    Meaker@Sager Company Representative

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    What clocks do you see in general? There will always be some reason for gpu boost reaching a maximum as it's designed to be aggressive.
     
  8. artpra

    artpra Notebook Consultant

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    1898 MHz undervolted to 0.925 V (so -0,138) is my go to everyday values, which results in great temps. Up clock one step in curve or down voltage one step and it becomes unstable - it's my 1080 sweet spot.
     
  9. Rahego

    Rahego Notebook Consultant

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    @artpra thank you, excellent job.

    So comparing to regular T-shaped heatsync, with regular pads and Grizzly kryonaut (rest is same) -

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    Conclusion - it is 10-9C cooler (which is huge, taking in consideration GPU power 196W vs 187W - could be new vBIOS ) but i dont think that OCCT is stressing right this badboy.
     
  10. liosafe

    liosafe Notebook Enthusiast

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    Hello can some show how to Enable: Fan Speed monitoring in Hwinfo64.( version 6.01) beta
    I went to setting and put check mark on EC Support but it not show Fan speed. Thank you
     
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