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  1. cq842000

    cq842000 Notebook Evangelist

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    I have not. I assume it to be no more than a pipe dream. Worth chasing, only if somebody can achieve it.
     
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    cq842000 Notebook Evangelist

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    Just tried to set 1T CMD rate in XTU and reboot, made no change.
     
  3. Meaker@Sager

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    If you don't get a change in how the machine behaves in memory tests it either reverted or is just not working.
     
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    cq842000 Notebook Evangelist

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    I can confirm that it does not work.Just a generic feature for boards that support it.
     
  5. jc_denton

    jc_denton BGA? What a shame.

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    Bummer.

    3100mhz is still cool, even if it wont do 3200. Tightening timings at that speed gets it pretty darn close if not better.
     
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    The tighter timings definitely matter more when you already have that much bandwidth.
     
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    S019 Newbie

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    Hey, I have a new P775TM1 from Xotic Pc with a i9900k and RTX 2080. Excellent machine and I'm loving it so far. I'm running the 4K panel with gsync now, however my ideal resolution would be 1440p. Does anyone know of any compatible 1440p panels that run at 120/144hz? Any hope of gysnc? I've already tried a B173QTN01.0 (AUO1096) with no luck. It appears to not be compatible with the newer Turing version of this laptop. Either that or I got a borked panel.

    Separately. In nearly every use case my GPU is being limited by power. Even after undervolting the CPU and GPU. This I think is expected under one 330W power supply considering my config. However, I have a splitter that works with this laptops power supply as well as multiple power supplies. When using 2 of the 330W power supplies I still get power limited on my GPU. Is there some hidden setting or config I need to change to take advantage of the 2nd power supply? Or is this simply a hardware limitation?
     
  8. hissy

    hissy Notebook Consultant

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    Hello, new P775TM1-G owner here. The Turing one from polish reseller Dream Machines, equipped with i5-9600k, RTX2070 and Prema's bios. They had so great advertisement. (not like i didn't know what Clevo p775 and premamod are...)
    It turned out somewhat disappointing, as it came, for some reason, with broken outdated Premamod. Waiting for fix now.
    And 115w locked "2070".
    But otherwise it's great... yeah. I hope someone finds a way to unlock that, it's perfectly capable of running full 2070, if properly underwolted.

    Have a question. I tried Obsidian software, as it said CCC is broken and that isnt, and their keyboard backlight app doesn't work for me. It runs, allows and saves all settings, but does nothing to actual keyboard. And backlight app is the single thing for which i need CCC actually. Any advices?
     
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    No 1440p panels will be validated with that combo. The panel would work but no internal g-sync.
     
  10. hissy

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    Sad truth is, Clevo's RTX cards have stupidly low Powerlimit set and locked in their vBios.
     
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