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  1. tps3443

    tps3443 Notebook Deity

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    well what about 5GHZ and exceeding the TDP envelope?

    Is 5Ghz possible at all in these laptops?
     
  2. jc_denton

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    Depends on how well the p750tm heatsink can dissipate the heat from both the GPU and CPU.
    But I'm assuming it's for gaming? I'm not sure what the hardware VR current limit is for the P750tm1, but it might.
    Granted you can keep the temperatures low enough to ride under the VR limit, as power consumption increases with temperature.
     
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    Im just going to run the 8086K and be happy. I am pretty certain some DDR4 3200 C16 will benefit me much better as a more cost effective solution.
     
  4. Meaker@Sager

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    You can see how much hungrier it is in that video, at the same power you get less clock speed.
     
  5. gnomKOLIN

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    I'm owner of this laptop too.
    Just checked, Aetina 970m mxm card works fine in this laptop. Problem is to find compatible heatsink cause original does not fit standart mxm cards.
     
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    Plus, a decent 8086k can be undervoltet greatly for a better balance of noise/temperature.
     
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    Yeah it needs to be a clevo card.
     
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    Yeah it needs to be a clevo card to fit with a heatsink, you could maybe try with the 750dm heatsink and see if it's easier to mod.
     
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    I want to try to adjust clevo P150H heatsink. It looks similar.
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    Maybe but it's a lot smaller fin area wise.
     
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