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  1. Valiran

    Valiran Notebook Enthusiast

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    Yeah, got it on my french ge75 9sg without doing anything inside BIOS.
     
  2. greninga

    greninga Notebook Consultant

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    I have same frames like this guy. At some area gpu down 60 or 50% this is bottleneck.i tried and modified drivers and was 2 3 frames more.at far cry dawn gpu really suck.50% if u see laptop with 9900k cpu then gpu solid to far cry dawn 99% and has double frames.

    This frames can hit an i7 8700k with gtx 1070
    Really my next laptop will be with desktop cpu.
    Look and area 51m with 9900k damn this is big different
     
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  3. seanwee

    seanwee Notebook Evangelist

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    Something really is not right here. I'm only rocking a 2080 Max-q and I'm getting more fps than you are? With a gpu oc I get 114-117 fps.

    Very strange indeed

    The a51m is a different story, it has a 200w 2080 so you can't expect your 150w 2080 to get those kinds of fps. I'd expect 120+ average for the GE75

    Edit: Try overclocking your ram, I searched for far cry 5 bottleneck and quite a number of people reported that ram speed makes a big impact in fc 5

    Have a look



    I'm running 3200mhz cl18 with tightened subtimings which is much faster than the stock 2666 mhz that comes with laptops.
     
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  4. martin778

    martin778 Notebook Consultant

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    The difference between untweaked 200W 2080 and 150W with UV is small, maybe ~100-125MHz more on the GPU core.
    In 3Dmark the scores are pretty much the same:
    https://www.3dmark.com/spy/9202398
    https://www.3dmark.com/spy/9385308
    Maybe the GPU is choking because ASUS runs at PCIEx8.

    That said, the ASUS G703GXR runs all 8 cores @ 4.4GHz and the GPU at ~1950-1990 with .95V. In GRID my temps are hovering around 80 for the CPU and 70 for the GPU so in terms of CPU power a big difference vs. the GE75.
     
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  5. seanwee

    seanwee Notebook Evangelist

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    In terms of multi core prowess yes, it is much faster. But in the games you'll actually see a bottleneck, the bottleneck will be coming from single core performance and in that case, the i9 will only be 10% faster.
     
  6. martin778

    martin778 Notebook Consultant

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    Absolutely, however it's more about the temperatures and noise. The MSI is really, really loud under load.
    I'm not sure why the GPU usage is around 88-92%, tried 3.8GHz vs 4.4GHz on the CPU - same GPU usage.
     
  7. seanwee

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    Yeah thats to be expected, the Asus has much more heatsink surface area and much bigger fans so they will push more air at lower rpms.

    What game are you referring to?
     
  8. greninga

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    The gpu of ge75 its strong.i see it at games that no need strong cpu.i have close same frames like powerfull desktop.the problem come when games need strong cpu and the gpu usage drops. At call duty or the division 2 I have a small difference with 9700k and rtx 2080 desktop.but at far cry or other cpu game its big difference.but we talk for 1080p.if there higher resolution or higher scale resolution,no problem.works nice.i thinking to get a 1440p monitor.no bottleneck there.
     
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    Does anyone tried 2TB SSD? Does ge85-8sg support it?
     
  10. seanwee

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    Far cry 5/new dawn is an exception rather than the rule, it's just poorly optimised.

    Did you watch the video I linked above? Try overclocking the ram in the GE75, desktop ram is a lot faster than laptop ram so you need to overclock the ram in your ge75.
     
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