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  1. witbier

    witbier Newbie

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    thank you Donald
     
  2. Michael Nero

    Michael Nero Notebook Enthusiast

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    Does anybody have one of these that could test thermals?
     
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    adoublearonn Notebook Enthusiast

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    Got the Titan-048 coming today. What do you want to know?
     
  4. ElCaptainX

    ElCaptainX Notebook Consultant

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    May i ask anyone here have some benchmark screen shot?
     
  5. B0B

    B0B Notebook Evangelist

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    Oh I want this, badly! Pretty much my dream machine right here.
     
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    Michael Nero Notebook Enthusiast

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    What are your CPU/GPU temps like during gameplay?
     
  7. adoublearonn

    adoublearonn Notebook Enthusiast

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    So, I have the Titan-048 now. It works great except for a couple things... Random FPS drops in games to 3-5 FPS for a 2-20ish seconds (GTA V, Destiny 2, Resident Evil 7 did it) except Far Cry 5 is not doing it. This seems to be a widespread GTX 1080 issue with no real solution when Googling. Basically makes games unplayable. I might need to exchange the machine it looks like.

    Also, the integrated Intel HD Graphics seems to be totally disabled with no way to switch to it or enable it. For some people this will be a positive but you will not be able to take advantage of any hardware accelerated video encoding. Adobe requires access to the HD Graphics chip to utilize the hardware accelerated video encoding features the CPU and GPU together. In my test with Adobe Media Encoder, this machine was going to take almost twice as long to encode the same 1080p H.264 file as my GT70-0NE with 3rd Gen i7 and GTX 680M. Not good.

    Other than that it's the snappiest computer I've ever used. The 120Hz refresh rate of the screen is smooth and awesome. I was also able to connect 4 monitors to the mini DisplayPort using an MST hub and enable surround at 1920x1080x60Hz for all 4.
     
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  8. adoublearonn

    adoublearonn Notebook Enthusiast

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    Give me a min and I'll check
     
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  10. Michael Nero

    Michael Nero Notebook Enthusiast

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    Thank you for testing that!

    These are the same temps I was seeing on my Alienware 15 with the max q 1080. I returned it because I heard that MSI had a much better cooling system, but it seems to be almost exactly the same. I ordered mine through HIDevolution and opted for the gc extreme repaste. It should arrive today, so I’ll test and post the results when I get a chance.
     
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