**OFFICIAL Sager NP5125/Sager NP5135/Clevo B5130M Owner's Lounge**

Discussion in 'Sager/Clevo Reviews & Owners' Lounges' started by Skwiggler, Jul 12, 2010.

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  1. VZX

    VZX Notebook Evangelist

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    Hmm... I tried running 3DMark06, I got an increased performance from 675/700/1485


    Thanks for your shallow insight for resolving the matter.

    I use RivaTuner and GPU Monitor on 2 different machines and they worked fine on these 2. No reason to force me to stop me using this software on this machine. If this machine has a problem with the softwares, then it's also the problem to be taken care of.
     
  2. brunotacca

    brunotacca Notebook Guru

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    Well, im searching a little for take and idea of how to make a good review.

    So, if you have any ideia, please say me.

    Temps: i dont have any equipment, so, will be via software. CPUID HW Monitor
    Screen: i will make 9 pics in diferent angles. And one of reflexions.
    Keyboard/Touchpad: Some pics and owner feeling/experience
    Chassi: Pics, texture, owner feeling/experience.
    I/O components: Pics, owner feeling/experience.
    Sound: owner feeling/experience.
    Noise: owner feeling/experience... (i really dont like much noise)

    Performance:
    HWiNFO, CPU-Z, GPU-Z, HD-Tune.
    Cinebench, PC Mark.
    3D Mark 03, 05, 06, Vantage

    Games: i will try get more games that i can.

    Battery: I'm yet searching about softwares that can make the test and create graphs.
     
  3. Tyo

    Tyo Notebook Deity

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    how about furmark to stress the gpu ? would be nice to see what temps it reaches and if it won't overheat
     
  4. Shane@DARK.

    Shane@DARK. Company Representative

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    No problem. I know it's not much, but we don't have the budget to offer free shipping everywhere :eek:
     
  5. Stryker412

    Stryker412 Notebook Consultant

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    Yep it's garbage. My old Dell Studio had a MUCH better cam at the same megapixel. Also I was told the webcam mic is almost impossible to hear. I did tweak it a little and they were able to hear me eventually but they said the mic is no where near as good as the one on the Studio.
     
  6. Bubbasticky

    Bubbasticky Notebook Consultant

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    Yeah it's pretty disappointing to have to get a quality webcam to attach to it. I wonder why they skimped on it so hard.
     
  7. Neuntoter

    Neuntoter Notebook Consultant

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    Okay I will try 1 more time because you seem to be missing the point.

    The software... likely has some issue with this hardware or is simply not built for use with Optimus. You should not use this software until it is fixed.
    When software does not work properly you should report the problem in the manner requested by the software maintainer (a forum post, an email, a ticket on the bugtracker, or whatever).

    Did those other 2 machines include Optimus, nVIDIA GT 330m, What ever motherboard the Clevo B1500M has, and the same firmware as the machine you are having trouble with?? If they did not then who cares if the software worked on them...

    The machine has no problem with the software, thats not how programming works... The SOFTWARE has a problem with the machine.

    I am also not forcing you to not use the software, go ahead but I can tell you that it is not good to flip on and off the power to the dGPU like that.

    So you can ignore what I am saying if you want, but don't try and lead other people down a path of illogical reasoning and damaging activities to their computers.
     
  8. brunotacca

    brunotacca Notebook Guru

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    w8 or not w8, that is the question.
     
  9. Donald@HIDevolution

    Donald@HIDevolution Company Representative

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    I hate to be late to the party, but maybe this will still help.

    You do not have to shut down, change the battery and reboot. You just have to Hibernate, switch, and wake from Hibernation. It is much faster :)
     
  10. Asudef

    Asudef Notebook Guru

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    Has there been confirmed battery life tests on this notebook?
    How much more life will the extended battery supply?

    How is the build quality on it also? My friend has an older Sager but I felt that they were pretty solid for what it is and the NP5125 is definitely spec'd right.
     
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