Tongfang GK5C6X - Evoo gaming 15" EG-LP5-BK - Overpowered V 2.0

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  1. NYalex

    NYalex Notebook Enthusiast

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    anyone know what motherboard chipset this uses?

    i wonder if it's the same h370
     
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    chipset per cpuz is HM370
     
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    Trying to find driver support, but EVOO has absolutely nothing on their website. How will I be able to update all my component drivers? Chipset, USB hub, sound, wifi, etc
     
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    Try to get from another reseller that offers the same chassis (eg Illegear)
     
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    Thanks for feedback, it looks like the Illegear version of the EVOO 15" 1660 Ti / i7 9750H would either be their "Laguna SE" or the "Prodigy"
    Is there a way to confirm which models have the exact same chassis? Is there somewhere I can confirm which exact chassis I have?
     
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    Prodigy
     
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    How can you be so sure?
     
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    Thanks for sharing this! Can I ask if it's the skin that creates those two vertical lines that appear to be going across the chassis? And I know you said it's a 'good' fit--would you say it's almost a perfect fit? It looks quite good. Is it a grippy feel as well?
     
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    Can anyone comment on the noise of the machine when just doing basic tasks while plugged in? I know Jarrod's review of an equivalent model said 37.2 dB on idle, and it sounded fairly noticeable to me. Just want to confirm if that's the case.

    Additionally, are the ports HDMI 2.0 and Displayport 1.4?
     
  10. Mr. Fox

    Mr. Fox BGA Filth-Hating Elitist

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    You're welcome. I would call it a "good" fit. I did some trimming with a razor blade after it was installed on the back edge and both sides so that the plastic ended up just short of the metal edge. This was effortless and looks perfect. I simply ran the razor blade horizontally across the edge of the metal lid and shaved a thin "hair" off the edge of the film. I did not want to be able to feel the edge of the plastic film flush with the edges of the metal lid. The vertical lines are style lines in the lid itself (it is not a flat surface) and the plastic film simply conforms to that shape.

    I would say it is a "grippy" feel since it is not as slick as the metal finish.
     
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