[Review] Sager NP8950 / Clevo P950HP6 Review by HTWingNut

Discussion in 'Sager/Clevo Reviews & Owners' Lounges' started by HTWingNut, May 28, 2017.

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  1. sicily428

    sicily428 Donuts!! :)

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    I have a question for you. is that keyboard removable?
     
  2. Larry@LPC-Digital

    Larry@LPC-Digital Company Representative

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    Hi,

    I have not tried to remove one yet on this model, however ALL the Clevo models we have had keyboards can be removed, even on thin, light models.

    I would be surprised if the keyboard was not a stand alone part. Thanks.
     
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    sicily428 Donuts!! :)

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    niverion Notebook Enthusiast

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    is it worth selling P650RS for this ?
    since mine also doesnt have g-sync.
     
  5. Meaker@Sager

    Meaker@Sager Company Representative

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    It depends what you are looking for performance/weight/cost wise.
     
  6. niverion

    niverion Notebook Enthusiast

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    i do looking for more light weight, as i have scoliosis, my back sore is my number one problem ( and im physically weak )

    but looking at the number 2kg and 2.5kg, doesnt seems to be alot. but when im carrying my s15 ( with charger ) it feels damn heavy. as i havent yet to test the P950.
    its hard for me to tell the difference. especially that i saw the charger brick is probably the same size as the s15 (1070) ?
     
  7. Meaker@Sager

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    5.84 lbs vs 4.2 lbs for the machines and the 150W brick is a bit lighter than the 230W brick.

    So all around a 30% reduction in weight, also the clocks on the 1070 are lower too though.
     
  8. niverion

    niverion Notebook Enthusiast

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    hm.. im concerned about the temps. as from another thread that saying its running really hot. but from this review. the thermal seems fine. although seems like the fan noise is quite an issue from this review.
     
  9. Arondel

    Arondel Notebook Evangelist

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    I believe the model reviewed by HTWingNut comes with the GTX 1060 not the GTX 1070 "Max Q" I believe you are referring to.

    Are you worried about internal or external temperatures? HTWingNut seems to find them both acceptable. Do you have a link to the other review? So we can better compare them...

    Also, keep in mind that in the notebook reviewed here the "stock" thermal paste was IC Diamond. This is not always the case.

     
  10. Meaker@Sager

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    As you get thinner you do tend to pay a price in fan noise.
     
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