P775 and 9700k

Discussion in 'Sager and Clevo' started by Robertjan88, Oct 14, 2018.

  1. Danishblunt

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    Typical lying clevo user, let me do something you lying clevo fanboys never do, provide proof:

    (Note: these are without repaste, doing a repaste will improve temperatures even more)

    The fact that you're unaware of misreads showcases your ignorance.
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    500W GTX 770, because clevoturd user thinks people who don't trust software readings are lying. :rolleyes: Guess serious overclockers are stupid for not trusting software readings and instead use hardware for reading actual powerdraw.

    The reason why this notebook cools down the CPU better than your steaming heavy turdbook is because of 4 fans and vapor chamber. Unlike clevo, gigabyte does work on their solutions providing something decent sometimes and not reusing their same gimped garbage over and over again.

    Can't wait to see more lies that will spout from your mouth. Next thing you will claim 9900K runs at 5ghz 60c in turbooks, obviously with no proof whatsoever. :rolleyes:
     
  2. yrekabakery

    yrekabakery Notebook Virtuoso

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    Looks like you're changing the subject, not gonna bother to read that though.
     
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  3. Danishblunt

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    Provided proof, "doesn't bother to read" classic.

    @Robertjan88
    As you can see, you have to be very vary of the clevo notebooks. They cannnot handle the speeds people claim they do, all they have to show for at best are extremely short benchmarks such as cinebench almost always without temperatures.



    This is a P870 running a 7700K @ 5ghz.
    The chip is delidded, silicon lottery chosen and even got a custom IHS relid. It is absolutely top notch in everything and handpicked components to get the best thermals possible. The fanspeeds run at 100% as well.

    Note how the 4 core CPU is running at 90c in a game? How roughly 60% usage in a game pushes it into near thermal throttle? Rendering with a 5ghz 4 core CPU is impossible.

    Now imagine clevo fanboys claiming you can run the same 14nm architecture, with 50% more cores (or in the 9700K 100% more cores) @ 5ghz when rendering :confused:
    Obviously you would ask for proof, which, you will never recieve. hence, I would strongly suggest before puchasing a notebook like that, that you do some research beforehand. Check if the claims people make here fit the description.
     
  4. yrekabakery

    yrekabakery Notebook Virtuoso

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    Meh, I get decent enough temps in that game.

     
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  5. Robertjan88

    Robertjan88 Notebook Geek

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    @XMG Any update regarding the benchmarks? :)
     
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    skandal Notebook Consultant

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    I still can't understand your hate to LGA laptops. I have one and I hardly could recommend one, but saying that thin and light laptops have better performance, is just false.
     
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  7. Danishblunt

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    In this 1 case it seems like it. Compare your notebook to the gigabyte posted on the youtube video.

    You have something backwards tho, I don't dislike LGA notebooks, I dislike people purchasing a 8700K, slam it into the notebook and claim they can run 5ghz, while they obviously can't, while misleading people who actually need the performance such as Robert, who will get dissapointed when he figures out that a high clockspeed is only possible in gaming (depending on game at that), but not when it matters the most in rendering.

    This is your statement:
    See what I'm getting at? The gigabyte can hanndle (even tho barely) 4.3ghz under prime95 small FTT.
     
  8. skandal

    skandal Notebook Consultant

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    In the video it only runs cinebech. Not prime95.
    Also, I wouldn't recommend that laptop instead of a traditional LGA. Because you gain nothing and lose the ability to replace GPU and CPU.

    And I think you will run into AVX throttling in all laptops in the market today.
     
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  9. Danishblunt

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    As the review of Notebookcheck said, even on prime the CPU did not throttle @ 4.3ghz

    Sadly MXM replacements are getting harder and harder these days. Considering the 8 core madness temperatures and the inability to upgrade past pascal as it seems, it's not really an argument anymore. Upgradability is now harder than ever, the times where we could shove a GTX 980M into our old notebooks such as M15X from 2010 are over.

    You can't even purchase a clevo pascal card for clevo notebooks with a kaby or skylake without having to check the revision of the card because if it's a new revision that is meant for coffee lake it won't work.
     
  10. skandal

    skandal Notebook Consultant

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    It does not say it was the small ftt bench and looking to the power draw in hwmonitor it seems obvious it wasn't.

    I still can't understand the hate and effort in proving LGA laptops are bad. I don't considered them ideal, but in raw performance numbers they seem the best you can get.
     
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