Official Coffee Lake Refresh Thread/BIOS for ALL Clevo Laptops - RTX CARDS NOW SUPPORTED

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  1. Meaker@Sager

    Meaker@Sager Company Representative

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    The thermals are in between for the soldered dies.
     
  2. philstopford

    philstopford Notebook Consultant

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    So, from the below, the 9700K might be a better choice than 8700K (lower max TDP)? 9700K seemed to do worse in threaded cases for various tests (12T vs 8T), but if cooling will limit the 9900K, the margin to 8700K doesn't look huge. I'm good either way - just trying to improve my understanding of the likely constraints

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    nukke Notebook Enthusiast

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    I'm going to be getting (and delidding) a 9700K tomorrow for my P870DM2 tomorrow. Both the 8700K and 9700K are $300 new from Microcenter, which is probably the cheapest you'll find. The 9700K is slightly more power efficient than the 8700K while being better at gaming in almost every benchmark.

    Of course, you lose 2c/4t which will reduce performance in some multi-threaded stuff like rendering.

    In my opinion I would say the 9700K is the better buy all around knowing the both cost the exact same.
     
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    yrekabakery Notebook Virtuoso

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    Correction, the 9700K has two more physical cores than the 8700K but four fewer threads due to lacking Hyper-Threading. Clock-for-clock, both perform nearly identically, but the 8700K after de-lidding runs cooler, which is an important consideration on a thermally limited platform such as a laptop.
     
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  5. Meaker@Sager

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    If you can find a reasonable 8086k they are pretty ideal in terms of modding it more easily.
     
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    matyee Notebook Deity

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    Hi,
    anyone has teste 9900 nonK version? I would like to see some results, for me it seems best option after 8700k....
    thx in advance
     
  7. artpra

    artpra Notebook Consultant

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    Here is a picture of my taped 9900K just before it was placed in socket and somehow it works:
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    Good luck.
     
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    Evogame Russia Notebook Enthusiast

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    Good Day. My problem does not work G-Sync on processors i7-9700F, i7-9700
    GOP VGA ID: 0x3000A
    VBIOS updated. It remains the last option to check this i7-9700K
     
  9. matyee

    matyee Notebook Deity

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    With i9 9900 nonK would I also loose gsync? With 8086k or 8700k I have gsync....
     
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    Evogame Russia Notebook Enthusiast

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    I put the i7-9700K processor, as a result, G-SYNC does not work on it. The problem means in the Bios dsanke or vbios vga graphics card GTX 1070
     
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