Sager NP8753R / Clevo PC50HR

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  1. Nereus333

    Nereus333 Notebook Consultant

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    Anyone own or tried the Sager NP8753R / Clevo PC50HR laptop? I can't seem to find a review anywhere (including searching these forums). Looks pretty good, but I would really like to see a couple of user reviews. XoticPC are selling it (link).

    15.6" 144Hz panel
    i7-11800H
    RTX 3070 (Max-Q)

    Appreciate anyone chiming in if you have any experience with this model.
     
  2. Tech Junky

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    Being that it's 11th gen it probably hasn't landed in too many hands yet. Might be a long wait for reviews to start popping up. If it has the features you're looking for then get it.
     
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    Kman1898 Newbie

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    I have and love this laptop as a backup to my main Sager.
    Any idea where the cmos might be? I was swapped m.2s and now either m.2 slot is reading and I cannot boot the system
     
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    Look for the circular object w/ wires coming out.

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    Going to have to pop the case open to find it.
     
  5. Nereus333

    Nereus333 Notebook Consultant

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    Not sure on that laptop, but check out this link which may help:
    https://www.lifewire.com/how-to-clear-cmos-2624545

    edit: or as Tech Junky posted above, just pull the CMOS battery. :)
     
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    Kman1898 Newbie

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    Thanks everyone. Yeah I didn’t see the battery on the underside which means it’s likely under the keyboard. I’ll take a look when I get home and upload pictures of the internals so everyone can get an idea of this new chassis.
    Still so weird that me adding an m.2 made it so neither m.2 slot seems to work. I can’t even do a fresh install as when I’m in windows installer it doesn’t see any drives.
     
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    @Kman1898

    Check the BIOS for the settings if you already accidently cleared the CMOS it might have switched from BIOS >> UEFI and just needs to be reverted to enable the drives again. The battery's tend to be in plain site btu, sometimes they'll be off to the side of the chassis or along the bottom near the main battery.
     
  8. Meaker@Sager

    Meaker@Sager Company Representative

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    Also RAID Vs AHCI for boot mode can make it not boot.
     
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