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  1. pinkcs

    pinkcs Notebook Enthusiast

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    Nope. Completely as arrived from manufacturer without overclocking or updates. Contemplating return unless someone can explain why it is this low. Temps don’t seem to go anywhere near where they would cause throttling.

    What results did you get on your system?
     
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  2. Juang1985

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    hey guys...

    Do any of you know if there is another way to create a fan curve other than msi dragon center??
    I am overclocking my cpu in bios and overclocking my gpu in msi after burner but as soon as control center starts(when I restart my computer) it reverts back to dragons center's settings. All i want from dragon center is fan control... nothing else
     
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    I didn’t test because I ended up not opening my system and will return it. With CES next week and the possibility of nvidia super RTX cards coming to laptops, it’s a terrible time to buy.
     
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  4. pinkcs

    pinkcs Notebook Enthusiast

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    I was hoping you did because I haven't come across any other benchmarks with these specs (9700k + 2070) to compare mine with. Looking forward to seeing what CES will tease us with. Cheers.
     
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    I don't think MSI has anything special to release at CES except for the 65 to 66 GE series redesign. AKA mini 76.
     
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    Semmy Notebook Consultant

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    Maybe GT76 with i9 10900K Dragon Edition ;)

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    Woah that looks amazing, havent seen a dragon edition in quite a while, i think the last one was the gt72?
    This one looks amazing
     
  8. scavengers

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    Until you see the prices of the 2020 gear. RTX Super would result in a very minor performance gain over non super units but you can bet it will command a much higher price.

    Also, pinkcs result is a good starting point. Keep in mind a few things. First, when the "full" version of the 2070 is stated, that just means it is not the max-q. It is still a RTX 2070 notebook version. That has a 115 watt TDP. Im not sure there are any 2070 Laptops that have a true desktop (170 watts) GPU. Only the 2080 in the RTX line with the 205 watt (officially 200) is full desktop, and even that is something like 10 watts below the desktop 2080's.

    And second, the absolute top Firestrike score for a 9700k\RTX 2070 notebook GPU is Overall 20470. Graphics 22899. Physics 20494. Combined 11390.
    Beats the crap out of my previous laptop with a i7 8750H\GTX 1070. (Overall 14670).

    So pinkcs score is not that far off so get tweaking.
     
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    Agree with you @scavengers, 2080 to the super is 5% at best. If you get a really good 2080 and overclock the memory to 1000 offset it should be just like a super.

    I get 2025hrz on core and 8000 hrz on memory on gt76 stable and I match scores of super desktop cards.
     
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    I would like to have more TDP on this card. the GT76 Cooling is amazing and should be able to handle the Stock 225W for a full desktop card without a problem GT76's 2080 Caps around 200w. I have very aggressive fan profiles (laptop pretty loud must admit) but i dont care since i use headphones and temps on GPU dont exceed 75c and thats with above clocks.. Actually I have not seen it hit anything over 72c to be specific. Msi afterburner offset is +110 on core and +1000 on memory
     
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