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  1. Duck W

    Duck W Notebook Consultant

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    So with a custom heatsink, is it possible like the RTX 2000s?
     
  2. BrightSmith

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    Funny, the more I read about current DTR options the more I'm inclined to switch to Tongfang BGA in a few months until better alternatives arrive.
     
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    RTX 20 Series is officially supported on P7, so there are already heatsinks for it. With some minor modding to the vapor chamber heatsink, RTX 20 Series also works in P8.

    RTX 30 Series is quite a bit different in terms of the component layout on the board and the X-bracket/heatsink mounting, so it would need a custom heatsink fabricated or some kind of adapter.
     
  4. Meaker@Sager

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    Probably more on the custom heatsink side.
     
  5. Dbentt

    Dbentt Notebook Geek

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    Hey dudes. Looking at grabbing a new laptop here today and gonna be ordering from HID. EVOC is on the top of my list right now, and it's this model. My question is, how are the thermals on the 10600k/10700k + 3080 setup? Can it handle the 165w gpu appropriately, at least as well as an m17 r4?
     
  6. Clamibot

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    The GPU runs stupidly cool. This laptop can easily handle a GPU with a 250 watt TGP.

    For actual numbers, it's within the 60°C to 65°C range during full load on the highest end config if I remember correctly. I don't actually own this laptop, but this is what I've heard from owners of the SM-G, and the cooling system on the KM-G isn't any different barring some minor changes to the GPU vapor chamber.
     
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    Smg on -100undervolt 10700k 2080S on stock bios and thermal paste pulled 85 degrees cpu and 72-74 degrees gpu during dayz
     
  8. Clamibot

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    Really? I thought it ran much cooler than that with everything stock.

    I must be thinking of zTecpc's version.
     
  9. Entropytwo

    Entropytwo Notebook Consultant

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    Definatly, ztecs is not stock at all. They have prema bios and a modified heatsink. Also people that bought there and wrote here prob all had cherry picked delidded hardware with non stock paste/lm.
     
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    Thanks for correcting me.

    @Dbentt I apologize if I caused any confusion. Hopefully I at least gave you another vendor to look at.:D
     
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