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  1. Master Stewie

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    That's the same as I'm saying. More bandwith, more data to process, hotter, more FPS though.
     
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    Dual channel memory itself doesnt raise the heat, it allows the CPU to work more and pull more watts. That increases the heat :)
     
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    Im actually going to experiment turning dual channel off somehow to see if it stops power throttling
     
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    Look just follow this

    This laptop is overheating

    And the gpu is still at 75 c

    It is a 2060 gtx

    Its thr same temperature as a 2080 maxq

    None of them overheat in any laptop

    And if the 90w max q is at 75

    Can the 115 watt reach 85? I don't think so its literally ready for the 2080 max p 115 watt as is literally overheating the cpu

    Its thermally ready today but when it had a 2080 and it needed some more cooling they could add it then too couldn't need much

    And nevermind the Dell g7. The laptops we have are ready for 2080 maxp right now no question thermally

    This Dell g7. Nevermind an alienware or a clevo gaming laptop.

    And the alienware is probably ready for a 2080 max p x2 at 230 watts. Right now but when they put the 2080 max p in a Dell they'll need to put aomething new in an alienware
     
  5. Master Stewie

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    Recieved the P970EF, very low direstrike score (14k), CPU power ks around 10W. Shouldn’t that be more?
     
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    Is it firestrike or just the gpu score
     
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    I just read the tongfang mech 17 is getting a 2070 unlocked to 115w with the new 9th gen CPUs with only a bigger 230w power brick, and probably a firmware upgrade. Why can't the Clevo p970 receive the same treatment? The temperatures from the owners here clearly allow a lot more headroom.
     
  8. Master Stewie

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    I've retested, in performance mode :p.
    I think the values are OK right now.
    - Intel i7-8750H
    - RTX2070mq
    - Dual channel memory (2666MHz)
    - -0,125V undervolt CPU and cache, -0.050V undervolt iGPU and system agent (as they seem te be linked
    - RTX2070mq OC with 106MHz core and 330MHz mem

    Cinebench R15 --> CPU 1246, OpenGL 107,91fps
    Firestrike: Score 16520, 18814 Graphics score, 16862 Physics score and 8495 combined score

    CPU temp 71 degree max, max fan
    GPU temp: 67 degree max, max fan

    I play with fan on 50%, which isn't to load and keep temps under 80 degrees. I have the graphit pad on CPU and GPU in stead of the standard paste.
    I wonder what it would reach with liquid metal...

    GPU is pretty much always in power limit, but reaces 1700-1800MHz on core easily, mem is 6330MHz
    With Ghost recon wildlands game, CPU power is max 25W, but it runs buttersmooth.
     

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  9. stamar

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    Laptop industry is trying to sellthe thicker chassis parts and plastic and pretending the max p needs a thicker chassis when it never does.
    For a while. More sales somehow.

    The thicker chassis actually run hotter these max p notebooks are using older parts for cooling usually

    Tongfang doesnt have that

    So anyway the p970 would cut off salea of the 17 they sell why get it?

    The much 17 has no heat it could handlea 2080 maxp no problem

    In fact the 2080 maxp runs too cool it could handle some chip and power not for sale innlaptops yet.

    150w 2080 is nothing as far as thermally. Thermally it can fit in a much 15 stealth thin etc.
    Its just temperature the temperature never reach 80c in any rtx laptop
     
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  10. Meaker@Sager

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    Basically take a stick out.
     
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