***Official SAGER NP8458F2 (CLEVO PB51DF2) Thread***

Discussion in 'Sager/Clevo Reviews & Owners' Lounges' started by Orthok, Jul 1, 2020.

  1. Orthok

    Orthok Newbie

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    Display
    Screen Size / Type:

    Resolution / Ratio:
    15.6” 4K OLED Display, Glare Finished

    3840x2160 16:9



    Processor
    Processor:

    Chipset:
    10th Generation Intel Core i7-10875H Processor (2.3GHz) , 16MB Smart Cache, 8 core / 16 thread

    Intel® HM470


    Hard Drive & Optical Drive
    Capacity:




    Optical Drive:


    500GB NVMe SSD (Upgradeable)
    One changeable 2.5” 7.0mm(H) HDD/SSD, SATA interface
    Two M.2 2280 SSD PCIe Gen3x4 interface(RAID 0/1)
    or One M.2 2280 SSD SATA interface

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    (External Options Available)


    Graphics
    Graphics Controller: NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2070 Super with 8GB GDDR6 RAM
    • Support PCIe x16
    • Microsoft DirectX 12 compatible
    • Real-Time Ray Tracing
    • NVIDIA PhysX
    • NVIDIA GeForce CUDA Technology
    • GPU over clocking
    • Support 4 active displays
    • Support NVIDIA Surround View via HDMI x1,miniDP
    x1 and DisplayPort over Type-C

    Intel® UHD Graphics 630 (Integrated in Core i7 CPU)
    • HDR Support
    • Rec. 2020 (Wide Color Gamut)
    • Microsoft ® DirectX 12 compatible


    Memory
    Standard Memory:


    Number of SODIMMS:
    16GB DDR4 2933MHz Memory
    Supports Dual Channel DDR4

    Two 260 pins SODIMM sockets, support for DDR4 up to 3200MHz*
    (Real operation frequency depends on processor)
    Expandable up to 64GB, depends on 8GB/16GB/32GB SODIMM module


    Audio
    Features: High Definition audio interface
    S/PDIF digital output
    Built-in Array Microphone
    Built-in two speakers
    Sound Blaster Altas with TI Smart AMP


    Network / Communication
    LAN:

    Wireless:
    Built-in Gigabit Ethernet LAN

    Intel® Dual Band Wireless-AX
    Bluetooth®, M.2 interface



    Slots / Interface
    Slots:




    Card Reader:


    Input / Output Ports:
    Three M.2 Card Slots,
    - 1st for WLAN Combo M.2 2230 Card with PCIe / USB interface
    - 2nd for SSD M.2 2280 Card with SATA / PCIe Gen3x4 interface
    - 3rd for SSD M.2 2280 Card with PCIe Gen3x4 interface

    6-in-1 Push-Push Card Reader
    (MMC/RSMMC/SD/Mini-SD/SDHC/SDXC up to UHS-II)

    1x HDMI output Port (with HDCP)
    1x Mini DisplayPort 1.4
    1x DisplayPort 1.4 over USB 3.2 Gen 2 (Type-C)
    1x USB 3.2 Gen 2 / Thunderbolt™ 3 Port (Type-C)
    3x USB 3.2 Gen 1 Ports (Type A, 1 x powered USB port, AC/DC)
    1x 2-in-1 Audio Jack (Microphone / S/PDIF Optical output)
    1x 2-in-1 Audio Jack (Headphone / Microphone)
    1x RJ-45 LAN (10/100/1000Mbps)



    Input Device
    Keyboard:


    Point Device:
    Multi languages, Single Zone Multi-Color illuminated full size keyboard with numeric pad. (15 colors to select)
    Fully programmable macro capability - customize individual key as hot key / multiple keystrokes in one key

    Built in Gamma Secure pad with Microsoft PTP multi-gesture and scrolling function



    Power
    Battery:

    AC Adaptor:
    Removable 6 cells Smart Lithium-Ion battery pack 62WH

    Full Range 230W AC Adapter, AC-in 100~240V, 50~60Hz, DC output 19.5V, 11.8A


    Physical Characteristics
    Color:

    Dimension:

    Unit Weight:
    Metal Top and Palm Rest cases

    14.13” (w) x 10.16” (d) x 1.18” (h)

    5.51 lbs including Bare bone and 62WH Battery Pack


    Additional Features






    Security:
    Built-in 1.0M HD Video Camera
    FlexiCharger
    Intel Optane Technology
    Virtual Reality ready
    Windows Mixed Reality compatible

    Kensington Lock
    Intel® PTT (Platform Trust Technology)


    Operating System
    Standard OS: No Operating System Standard (Windows® 10 Available)
    (some custom drivers may be downloaded and not supplied with the system)
     
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  2. Orthok

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    Mine is shipping to me as we speak, anyone have any reviews on this model yet? I cant find any feedback at all when searching the internet.
     
  3. Lzealot

    Lzealot Notebook Evangelist

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    Looks like the 15" version of mine which is the np8378f2.

    It has a couple of differences w the 4k screen on this one vs the hd 144hz gsync screen on mine and the single color keyboard instead of per key like the 17"

    Thermals and performance should be very similar. You can check out the thread I have on mine. I put a lot of benchmarks and temps and such in it. It'll be nice to see how yours compares. Especially for CPU thermals.



    Sent from my moto g(7) using Tapatalk
     
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  4. Orthok

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    Thanks I'll check it out, 15 felt like the right size for me, i just started gaming on a 4I desktop and noticed a difference and hopefully I notice a positive difference between 1080 and 4k on this laptop.

    Noise, thermals, and performance is what I'm interested in, I also intend to transfer my windows 10 installation to a new ssd I purchased so hopefully that is easy.

    Good news for all of us is that pcgamer just reported dlss 2.0 will allow good 4k gaming even on a 2060 so we should see a bump in our gaming performance soon.
     
  5. Meaker@Sager

    Meaker@Sager Company Representative

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    The OLED is very nice for content consumption :)
     
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  6. Religion

    Religion Notebook Consultant

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    Replaced my old NP8672 with an NP8358(tried to find the thread for that model and there isn't one so here I am). As far as I can tell the only difference is the 4k screen which I didn't care to pay for since I have an external for that anyways.

    One issue I had with mine is my external HDD's, I have three of them, were causing interference with the wifi signal and I had to move them out from behind the laptop. The wifi antenna in this laptop do terminate right at the back bottom of it so 3 spinning disks messing up its signal isn't THAT surprising but the old NP8672 had no issues with the HDDs being there.
     
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    That's going to depend on exact antennae positioning.
     
  8. Religion

    Religion Notebook Consultant

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    Not like it's a bad thing IMO. Just design that has to be worked around a little and on a desktop replacement with this much packed into it I expected that. Still very happy with the purchase!
     
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    You may find adjusting the screen angle could help.
     
  10. Dhanan Bhim

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    Hey guys!

    I just bought one of these bad boys and I'm so excited to receive it (with a few upgrades, of course)! But man is it ever hard to find information on this particular laptop. Has anyone done any reviews? When I look up the model, I think I get results to a previous years version with older specs. Is our laptop a 2020 refresh or something? If so, what has changed in the current notebook, besides the CPU and GPU upgrades? Is there a link to a parts list or a manual or something like that?

    A few more questions:
    Has anyone attempted to overclock the refresh rate of the 4K OLED panel @ 1080p?

    Does anyone know if the display panel the laptop comes with is the same one that Samsung unveiled at CES last year?

    Anyone have pics or vids of the chassis itself?

    Cheers!
     
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