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  1. Master Stewie

    Master Stewie Notebook Consultant

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    I changed my Clevo P970EF with bend screen in a Tongfang i7-9750H with RTX2070. Better results, I run it in balanced mode because than it is super quiet and has still good performance.
    On performance, the CPU can consume up to 80W (with undervolt), it is insane :).
     

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  2. stamar

    stamar Notebook Prophet

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    you have a max p and a 230 watt power supply and its 21670 gpu score

    I have a max q with a 180 watt power supply at 19600 and not even thinking about it it was a update.

    because the hardware is exactly the same this isnt suprising, I guess the next thing is to plug in a 230 watt power supply and my score should be 21600 . it was already verified with the tong fang but whats different now is it just does it automatically no need to flash anything. but then overclock should go even higher, like mine is overclocking to 180 watts now automatically

    now the cpu part of your score and the overall will always be ahead of mine its non overclocking cpu.

    but what im looking for this isnt even the right test im looking for the uhd gaming which is way more gpu intensive thats all thats lacking. the max p level is all im shooting for

    the gpu only score is all i need from this test
     
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  3. Meaker@Sager

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    You could plug in wall adapter and see if your draw from the wall is around 200-210w a 180w brick will draw at max load.
     
  4. Master Stewie

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    Yeah, Cinebench R15 score is 1310 constant (multiple runs). But the Tongfang allows a power limit of 80W on the CPU standard and it keeps it all under control temp wise.
     
  5. ChristianDraagyn

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    Hey, I'm relatively new to a lot of the higher-end laptop scene, trying to learn stuff. Just got a p970ef from AVADirect. Loving it. Runs 20c cooler than my previous MSI gs65, however, on WoW for some reason, it gets UpTo 20 fps less than the MSI. Could this be because I'm using single-chanel ram vs dual? I want to put another 16GB in but wanted to do it on my own as I'm also putting in a new SSD as well.
    What do I need to know about the ram before adding a second sodimm?
     
  6. Meaker@Sager

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    Wow is a CPU benchmark at this point and yes running single channel will hurt performance.
     
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  7. Master Stewie

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    A lot... :).
    Single channel is not done on a gaming rig
     
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    ChristianDraagyn Notebook Enthusiast

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    Awesome, thanks you guys.
    So in theory, I could get any 16GB 2667mhz CL19 Ram to put in (that's the latency and speed of the current stick) to get that dual-chanel performance right? Or is there a specific way to find a match for the current stick?
     
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    Speed and CAS matching is fine though CPU-z will confirm your exact modules.
     
  10. Master Stewie

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    Isn’t that slow?
    I have 2x8Gb 2666MHz CL15 (Kingston hyper x) modules.
     
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