Official Clevo W650KL / W650KJ1 / W650KK1 Owner's Lounge

Discussion in 'Sager/Clevo Reviews & Owners' Lounges' started by sicily428, Mar 11, 2017.

  1. Billy2789

    Billy2789 Notebook Geek

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    uploaded to forum

    15 minutes passed, nothing special
    i5-7500, no OC, no under-volt

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  2. sicily428

    sicily428 Donuts!! :)

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    Thanks! :)
     
  3. Billy2789

    Billy2789 Notebook Geek

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    In case some didn't check my other post:

    Panel is AUO B156HAN06.0, 6bit 72% DCI P3, AHVA, "matte"
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    CPU cooling covered by 10mm + 8mm heatpipe, GPU covered by single 10mm heatpipe
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    Stock thermal paste is rubbish, replaced with GC Extreme
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    Idle temp, both fan operate near silent
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    Billy2789 Notebook Geek

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    Two more images:

    Stress test using Intel XTU and MSi Kombustor, different temp readings with xtu & ts5
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    Unigine Heaven loop, GPU OCed ~1835MHz
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    JerryDD Notebook Guru

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    Could you do some CPU burn tests too? How is loudness in such case?
     
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    Billy2789 Notebook Geek

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    I have done 2 already? with XTU & aida 64, what exact software are you looking at?

    The fan never runs into 100% unless Fn+1, noise is comparably lower than my P170EM(especially CPU side), GPU fan might be around the same tho
     
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  7. JerryDD

    JerryDD Notebook Guru

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    My bad, have been sleepy and missed it. Thanks!
    It works much better than I'd expect.
     
  8. Billy2789

    Billy2789 Notebook Geek

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    No problem
    It works out really well, I bought it for $6500 HKD only ~$810USD

    included:
    Intel i5-7500
    NV GTX1050Ti 4GB
    Corsair Vengeance D4-2400 8GB
    AUO AHVA screen
    Lite-On 128GB m.2 SATA SSD < better than nothing
    Intel Wireless AC 7265

    if Clevo ever produce a 17" W670KK (+4K screen)
    or one with AMD am4 socket
    or one with USB-C / TB3

    all those would be game changer, atleast in my dream :D
     
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    JerryDD Notebook Guru

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    What were the ambient temps?
    Assuming 22 °C and actual power consumption of 65W, the temperature rise is 0.8 °C/W.
    A 91W CPU in this chassis, with the same thermal paste as yours (I wonder which is it), would peak at 95 °C. Assuming that the fans don't ramp up further, which would reduce the temps below that.

    With a delid, liquid metal and undervolt, this chassis should handle 7700k easily. And that would be amazing bang for the buck (and for the size too).
     
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    JerryDD Notebook Guru

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    I've read some boards block undervolting. Could you try on this one?
     
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