PA71HP6-G

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  1. xsais

    xsais Newbie

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    I thought it was a hardware issue like it generates too much heat.
     
  2. Meaker@Sager

    Meaker@Sager Company Representative

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    Both 5400rpm and 7200rpm drives use about 2 watts, there is hardly any difference.
     
  3. mayuk

    mayuk Notebook Guru

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    Played Overwatch for 1 hour or something. Room temperature ~20
    Below are max temps recorded
    CPU - 74, GPU - 78
    This is with 1070.
     
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    aveyer Notebook Geek

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    Clevos have been the most durable and reliable I've had.
     
  5. luci_flash

    luci_flash Newbie

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    I'm looking to do the same thing, upgrade from a Dell 7720 SE to the PA71.
    Is the sound quality on the PA71 the same as the Dell?
    In my opinion the 7720 has one of the best speaker setups ever.
    How do you feel about the keybord? Is the spacing and feedback ok?
     
  6. mayuk

    mayuk Notebook Guru

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    I think sound quality is good. I don't have Dell one for comparison, or any other good laptop/desktop for side by side comparison. So I can't give you input on quality comparison.

    Keyboard spacing and feedback are good as well. I like typing on this more compared to my Dell Latitude work laptop . I know that latitude is budget laptop, but it's designed for work, so keyboard typing comparison seems fair.
     
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  7. Jason Novak

    Jason Novak Notebook Consultant

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    I don't really have any complaints with keyboard layout/feel, but I haven't typed on it alot. numpad is a little closer and arrow keys a little different, but not hard to adjust too.

    I am happy enough with the sound, the speakers are better positioned than the 17r se/7720. I'm still just using the default sound settings, there are a lot of adjustments available. One thing I have to play around with it the auto-leveling setting, it boosts sound a bit, but if you're watching a video and get a system notification it lowers the all volume a few moments
     
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  8. Meaker@Sager

    Meaker@Sager Company Representative

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    I think Windows does that.
     
  9. Borto88

    Borto88 Notebook Enthusiast

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    HI! Thank you for your feedback about sound! Can you also leave your impressions about temperatures (internal and external)?
     
  10. mayuk

    mayuk Notebook Guru

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    EDIT : Deleted, replied on wrong post.
     
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