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Discussion in 'Sager/Clevo Reviews & Owners' Lounges' started by Spartan, Jan 9, 2019.

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  1. m4gg0t

    m4gg0t Notebook Evangelist

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    Here I am trying to get clocks higher then 4.4GHz with decent temps and you guys over there are trying to get 5.3GHz. :'(
     
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    If anyone manages to run 5.3Ghz in a Clevo with their 9900K/KS, it would just be for benching. Temperatures and power requirements at that speed are riding the limit both thermally and power delivery wise.
     
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    5Ghz still is going to be hard with 4.7 to 4.8 being a bit more reasonable.
     
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    I know, I'm just being stupid. I wish I could do 4.7ghz at 80C but I can't.
     
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    It takes a good amount of work to get 5Ghz with reasonable temps. And I agree, 4.7/4.8Ghz is much easier to get and the temperatues are a lot more manageable. Plus, the actual gaming difference is negligible from 4.7/5Ghz.
     
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    Every 100mhz gets so expensive power wise.
     
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    the point of getting a good chip is so that you can get maybe 200mhz more out of it vs a bad one and still get similar temperature. or you can choose not to have extra 200mhz but have quite a bit lower temp, gives choices which this 870tm cpu heatsink helps eject choice.
     
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    Yes, a better binned volt/freq would allow that with the KS. However, you could also be lucky and have a golden 9900K P0 chip that does 5Ghz at low voltage :)

    I'm looking forward to see how far you can push the KS @ole!!!
     
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    $1250 with delid from SL isn't cheap. in CAD thats around $1600 which I can get good parts with very good desktop for example zen2 16 cores + mobo + a desktop mid range desktop GPU. but i'll let you know if i do get one.
     
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    Do it!...



    ...na I hear you, the sun is setting on clevo p870. It’s AMD’s time in the sun...
     
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