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  1. Joe4zio

    Joe4zio Notebook Enthusiast

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    Correct
     
  2. Muyfa666

    Muyfa666 Notebook Evangelist

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    I agree, but the i7 should do the job even well-er? ;-) It's a price and temp question too, I understand that.

    EDIT: It does seem the 10600K/KF really is a good gaming performer and should be for the coming 2-3 years. That's cool. Easy way to save money, and it's actually possible to change this for a i7 or i9 down the road. Cool. :)

    https://www.notebookcheck.net/GeFor...TX-2080-Super-Mobile_9621_10231.247598.0.html

    It's hard to say as benchmarks are generic until they are presented in a real life machine. This is a comparison I made between the card I have (2080 Max-Q) and the card I want (2080S Mobile);

    Of the games I am interested in, I should get quite the boost in fps with a 2080S. The gains goes from a low but fair +11% to a whopping +43%. That averages out to +26% better performance for me. I know you can't take this as face value, as other factors play in, but seeing as the CPU would get a nice bump too for me, these numbers are not completely unreliable I think. I'm really tempted to go for it.

    The last thing holding me back is the fan noise. No real reports on this so far. I know you can get temps down fairly good with UV and lowering turbo and Oblivion have really good software too. Hmmmm...

    Doom Eternal 2020 - +43% fps
    Red Dead Redemption 2 2019 - +16% fps
    Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order 2019 - +30% fps
    Borderlands 3 2019 - +31% fps
    Far Cry New Dawn 2019 - +23% fps
    Metro Exodus 2019 - +25% fps
    Just Cause 4 2018 - +13% fps
    Darksiders III 2018 - +39% fps
    Hitman 2 2018 - +18% fps
    Assassin´s Creed Odyssey 2018 - +11% fps
    Shadow of the Tomb Raider 2018 - +39% fps
     
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  3. senso

    senso Notebook Deity

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    Or you do a shunt mod and your Max-Q will perform almost the same as the 2080S.

    And most of those games the difference in FPSs is at 1080p where the game is being CPU limited, I checked a couple values and the 2080 Max-Q has a 9750H CPU, the 2080S is on a 10850HK laptop, you are comparing a 6vs8 core CPU with much higher clocks..
     
  4. DRevan

    DRevan Notebook Virtuoso

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    Something seems to be terribly wrong with the entire RTX 2080S laptop lineup.

    Jarrod made some benchmarks with the new MSI laptop which has rtx 2080s with 150W tdp and the MSI gt76 with rtx 2080 200w tdp easely beats it.
    (It's not the CPU, both have 8 core/16 thread processor)

    I know that the 50W difference can make a difference in benchmarks and games, however I don't think that the difference should be so big, considering that the S has more shaders. I think that due to the more shaders the 150W S should perform close or the same as the 200W 2080, but no, its like if two 2080 cards were compared.
    Not to mention that there was a game where 2070S performed better than the 2080S...

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    Did Nvidia mess up something ?
     
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  5. Meaker@Sager

    Meaker@Sager Company Representative

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    That depends on the cooling and VRMs.
     
  6. Meaker@Sager

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    2070 super mobile should be better than the 2060 super desktop as far as I am aware.
     
  7. yrekabakery

    yrekabakery Notebook Virtuoso

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    Probably CPU limitation.
     
  8. Clamibot

    Clamibot Notebook Consultant

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    The X170 has been Premafied already? That was quick!
     
  9. Busko

    Busko Notebook Enthusiast

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    Hey guys, my tracking from sagernotebook.com shows it will be here on Wednesday. Let me know what kind of benchmarks you want me to run on it and I'll share results.

    I had one more question about it. I have a 512GB m.2 2260 SATA drive (Micron mtfdday512mbf) and wondering if anyone knows if it will fit or if I need to get an adapter to extend it to 2280. None of the pictures I can find of the drive slots show the SATA m.2 connection that clear.

    Laptop Specs:
    SPECIAL 9670M SPECIAL PACKAGE
    NB9670B20M 17.3" FHD/IPS/144Hz/N7/MATT 8K07SC162426
    CG-TGK Thermal Grizzly Kryonaut on CPU+GPU
    D-I710700K Core i7 10700K Processor
    V9670-2080S nVIDIA RTX 2080 Super W/G-Sync
    R4-32G-1C32 C/S 32G 3200DDR4 (1x32)

    I already had a 970 EVO Plus 1TB drive I plan on putting in it so I ordered it without a drive/os. I want to use the 512GB as a spare where I can store docs/files I don't use often.

    Edit: I think I answered my own question. Looking at this image (https://download.schenker-tech.de/m...0/2560/200721_XMG_ULTRA_17_AS_Social_2560.jpg) It appears that the Sata port only has the 2280 mount point so yes I'll need an adapter if I wish to use this drive.
     
  10. Wisconsingamer

    Wisconsingamer Notebook Geek

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    To everyone that has ordered this laptop where did you guys order it from and what reason did you choose that particular seller


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