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Discussion in 'Sager/Clevo Reviews & Owners' Lounges' started by LeiEn, May 19, 2018.

  1. vIkInG_w0w

    vIkInG_w0w Notebook Enthusiast

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    One last thing, could you tell me the model number of the display using HWInfo? Thanks!
     
  2. LeiEn

    LeiEn Notebook Guru

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    As listed in the specs on my review: AUO319D - B173HAN03.1
     
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    vIkInG_w0w Notebook Enthusiast

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    ****, I'm absent minded my bad. And thanks!
     
  4. LeiEn

    LeiEn Notebook Guru

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    No worries! I'd love to have something with the reknowned 120hz 100% sRGB Chi Mei N156HHE-GA1 (CMN15F4) right next to it for the sake of comparison. Definitely 2 of the best screens in the 1080p range.
     
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    Have any owners found the surface temperatures uncomfortable gaming? If anyone can say its comfortable I'd appreciate hearing that too... Thanks.
     
  6. Deya22

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    Seemingly the CCC nerfs the GPU when it reaches 72°C by violently disabling the GPU clock boost. Thus when you reach those temps ( quite easy as you can even reach them idling with this outstanding cooling solution) the GPU will stuck at 1468 mHz.
    When the software is uninstalled, the gpu reaches 90°C before normally throttling.
     
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    LeiEn Notebook Guru

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    Just tested it with Timespy + custom fan profiles set way low, and saw throttling restricted to 1468 @ 75C. However, when I play tested BF1 for an hour, my GPU never went over 70C. When I'm doing my usual design workload, it maybe gets to 55C, so I'm personally not real worried about that ceiling on my machine given the LM was doing its job, but can certainly understand how that might affect others without the repaste. Did you get your system repasted?
     
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    I didn't get a liquid metal repast but i paid for pcspecialist's cooler master mastergel repast.
    Maybe it hasn't been done properly though ...
     
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    nealios Notebook Enthusiast

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    I bought a laser temp gun and tested the surface
    -repasted kryonaut
    -laptop cooler
    - undervolted -0.100 MV
    -* FN+ F1, max fans
    Max Temperature of CPU and GPU 80C

    WASD showed 38c
    Heat vent left chassis 40c
    None of these temps feels uncomfortable, Gaming solid for 3hrs, But I'd imagine any higher and your finger tips will be toasty. If youre having troubles with the temps, then maybe external mouse and keyboard?
     
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    nealios Notebook Enthusiast

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    I have the same and couldn't for the life of me figure out why! I was even trying to overclock it to get it to boost again.
    Thanks for the info, CCC is gonna get nuked.
    Don't need it anyway
     
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