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  1. bca009

    bca009 Notebook Evangelist

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    What is the minimum clock speed for the 10850k while I am web browsing or etc
    Just curious sorry
     
  2. Celeste Wolfe

    Celeste Wolfe Notebook Enthusiast

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    If anyone else was having issues undervolting, I was seeing a lot more success using QuickCPU over ThrottleStop. I was able to get -80mv on both core/cache along with a +175core/+500mem overlock on the GPU. So far haven't seen any crashes running benchmarks. Going to leave it there over the weekend and see if anything goes awry with day to day use.

    There is so much room for additional power on the GPU. My average GPU temperature when running TimeSpy were 57*C

    http://www.3dmark.com/pr/1038185
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    http://www.3dmark.com/spy/20303323
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    http://www.3dmark.com/fs/25553060
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    CineBench R23
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  3. WarWyrm001

    WarWyrm001 Notebook Consultant

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    I’m a bit confused. Are you guys saying that in order to get full PCIE 4.0 speeds, I have to use SSD slot 4?

    If so, I am going to have to contact HID and change my order. My build is setup to use slot 1.

    This is nuts.
     
  4. WarWyrm001

    WarWyrm001 Notebook Consultant

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    To me, it seems like Nvidia is ripping us off by not giving us a 200 watt GPU.

    The previous model, RTX 2080 super, was 200 watts.

    I would be willing to bet money that they will eventually bring out a 200 watt upgrade. (3080 super?)

    Also, my current laptop is the one with GTX 1080 SLI. These are 200 watt GPUs...TIMES TWO!!!

    That is a laptop from 2016!

    So Nvidia is actually going backwards in terms of giving us the best possible performance. And they are still charging just as much money!
     
  5. Entropytwo

    Entropytwo Notebook Consultant

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    Trend is thin and 200w might be dead indeed.
     
  6. atquantrandash93

    atquantrandash93 Notebook Consultant

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    NVIDIA is the Intel of GPU.

    Sent from my LM-V450 using Tapatalk
     
  7. electrosoft

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    Yes, it is a binned 8700k.
     
  8. electrosoft

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    Try running CB23 at stock multicore and see how it performs at stock (4.8ghz all core) both pull and temps.
     
  9. exmeaguy

    exmeaguy Notebook Geek

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    You would hope that they will have the sense to install a Gen 4 SSD in slot 4, but follow-up with them to get it done.
     
  10. Alex Zander

    Alex Zander Notebook Guru

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    Can confirm that the Evo 980 that I received from HIDevolution was slotted in slot 1 and hence running on PCIE Gen 3 originally. Popping open the back and moving it to the PCIE gen 4 capable slot was a piece of cake though, took less than 10 minutes. Now the SSD is running at correct speeds, no issues so far.
     
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