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  1. Meaker@Sager

    Meaker@Sager Company Representative

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    What clocks? These chips do boost quite aggressively if you give them the thermal room.
     
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    MichaelBlast Notebook Enthusiast

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    During gaming i was getting clock speeds between 1557 MHz and 1771 MHz. Stayed more towards 1557 MHz due to not playing a gpu intensive game. Benchmarks i was getting 82C to 86C and a clock speeds of 1771 MHz.
     
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    I'm seeing well over 1900mhz while staying below 80C on my single 1080. Just finished a 3 hour long session of Witcher 3 at max settings minus hairworks and my average CPU temp was in the mid 50C range and the max GPU temp was 71C according to HWMonitor. Everything at stock / default settings.
     
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    Georgel Notebook Virtuoso

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    I'll take a look around this thread as welkl, curious how they do in daily work
     
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    On default settings the thing runs very cool and the fans rarely ramp up to an audible level. My U3 cooler with NF-F12s is louder. Everything is very responsive and aside from some small hiccups related to my 960 EVO and my undervolts not sticking everything is better than I expected.
     
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    Dc_79 Notebook Consultant

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    What software did you use to make the undervolts stick?
     
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    I eventually just gave up. I'm going to wait for the PREMA BIOS to try again.
     
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    I do have a question some of you knowledgeable people might be able to help with, I've had trouble attempting to set a fan curve for the new machine, and to also configure the lighting in the keyboard, is there any programs or utilities I might be missing to have access to both of these?
     
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    If you go to the driver page on the Sager website you should see the clevo control center software. That's what you'll need to set a fan profile and control the keyboard lighting.
     
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    John@OBSIDIAN-PC Company Representative

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    If you use Throttlestop, just add it to your Windows startup and it will make sure undervolt gets applied on start.
     
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