Sager NP8454 (Clevo PB51RF-G) early impression

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  1. Meaker@Sager

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    That is a different model, check your current battery for a part number.
     
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    Yep, I know that this is different model. But will it fit? Package looks compatible in shape. I know the risk. It is for some "upgrade" project :)
     
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    There is a powerbank that has 19V output and max 120W of power . Will this laptop be able to work on that powerbank if there will be just simple website browsing, movies watching and text editing?.
    Original charger for PB51RF-G has 19.5V and 230W
     
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    It will run so long as the machine is forced to not ramp up power draw. Just note if an application starts and the battery is not designed safely it could also set fire to itself.
     
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    Hi Mark!
    I have set timings at new RAM similar as Yours, unfortunately Windows is not stable. I had few BSOD's. Laptop starts normally, but when I start something more power intensive software i have a crash.
    1. Which parameters should I lower/change to get more stable system?
    2. I get 2926 buy setting 2*11*133 is that right?
    3. Is it possible/safe to rise voltage above 1.35 for ex: at "Intel Extreme Tuning Utility" software? and is there a point to do that?
    4. I have QCLK Odd disabled. Is that OK?

    Greetings
     
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    @aznxwill Hey, sorry to bump an old post but I am desperate to get some information on the PB71RF-G. How is the display? Everything I've read online has indicated it is a TN display. Also, where did you buy it from? I messaged the HID/EVOC people and they told me it was a TN display as well
     
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    post to delete
     
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    @DkmCd Where did you buy it from and how are the thermals on it? Good colors on the screen too? Speakers? Any complaints overall? I'm debating between this and the MSI GE75 but the PB71 having Gsync is a nice plus
     
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    sorry I wrote a post about PB51RF-G. 15 inches display might be different quality.
     
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    no problem, this is the PB51 thread after all. So are you happy with all the things I asked about but with the PB51? What other computers were you looking at? Do you consider Gsync a must?
     
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