The Eurocom Q6

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  1. Dennismungai

    Dennismungai Notebook Deity

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    I have the 150W PSU.

    What graphics score are you referring to in the 41.2-14.7k?
     
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    3dmark firestrike
     
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    Hmm, take a look at this: https://www.3dmark.com/fs/15542980

    On the Clevo P751DM2-G with a 7700k and the GTX 1070 (without Max-Q).

    Is it under-performing too, based on your observations?
     
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    1070N is 16.3k~17.2k depending on you cooling
    1070MQ 90w is 15.4k~16.2k depending on your cooling
    1070MQ 80W is 14.3k~14.6k depending on your cooling

    13.9K on a 1070MQ 80W is underperforming

    It's underperforming because the imbeciles at clevo couldn't invent a 180W power brick that's thin so they just threw a 150w and called it a day.with the 180w a guy on reddit(same laptop) scored in the mid 14k stock and 15.3k with an OC of 200mhz on memory and core(he could probably push more) .

    And with MQ every bit of performance matters in closing the performance gap between the 1070MQ and the 1070N
     
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    Which also means that my P751DM2-G's 1070 is also under-performing.
     
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    Yes it is underperforming. But its still a 1070N since the desktop FTW edition isnt that ahead.

    Their are stock 1070MQ out there that almost match it(spoiler alert: not in a clevo)
     
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    That score is just fine, although in the lower end of it. with both a P775TM1, and DM3, I've had scores at 19K+ stock (Firestrike graphics), however I run my fans full speed when benching due to the inbuilt fancurves being a joke.

    Anything in the 17-18K range of firestrike graphics score, is what I'd expect the 1070M to do.

    I'd try and look at services that you run that might affect it, personally I have found that both those systems have issues with the USB service from VMWare, which for unknown reasons forces the GPU down to ~1200 MHz with some variance, thus giving bad scores at the 14K mark.

    Pascal is in many ways a pain to deal with, as it acts up very much based on all sorts of things. Along with GPU Boost 3.0, as once you hit 60C (I believe) it starts to decrease the frequency, thus it might very well just be due to different ambient temperatures, dust, heatsink contact, etc..

    GPU-Z and the perf-cap reasons there can give a good indication of why it performs as it does.
     
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    it's probably caused by very bad thermals. How are the temps when u do FS?
     
  10. Dennismungai

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    I'll take that into account.
     
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