TONGFANG GK5CN5Z and TONGFANG GK5CN6Z

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  1. freeman6680

    freeman6680 Notebook Enthusiast

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    Hi !!

    I have had my Recoil II for 3 weeks and I´m very glad with it. I bought it in www.clevocenter.com, and update it with 32GB 2400Mhz, 512GB m.2 sata Crucial and 2TB HDD 2.5".

    I adjust with throttlestop votages to -139mV/-125mV (core/cache), set 41T in multiplier and high performance in gaming center.
    You can see the result here. The temps are perfect: 77ºC (27ºC ambient).

    https://www.passmark.com/baselines/V9/display.php?id=106018342226

    The CPU is great: 14700 in passmark.
     

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  2. arcticjoe

    arcticjoe Notebook Deity

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    Thats a great score, I cant seem to get past 14160 on my CPU. Cant complain though, this machine has still surpassed my expectations performance wise.
     
  3. arcticjoe

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    Sorry to doublepost, what bios are you on? Also, what does your throttlestop TPL settings window look like?
     
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    freeman6680 Notebook Enthusiast

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    Hi,

    here is the bios version (1.02/1.08.09), TPL version and Score of Spy test 3dmark.

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  5. admiralnerf

    admiralnerf Notebook Enthusiast

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    FYI, for anyone who is wondering if the 144hz panel is worth it, I got mine from Eluktronics with the 144hz panel and I haven't had any backlight bleeding issues with it, and of course that refresh rate makes everything super smooth. The internals here (stock, no undervolting/OCing) don't seem quite enough to run modern games on high (or ultra) at a framerate to take full advantage of the 144hz unless the game is super well optimized, but it's still a good viewing experience all around imo. Definitely worth the 100 USD extra that I paid for it.
     
  6. Fastidious Reader

    Fastidious Reader Notebook Consultant

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    Been looking at their stuff and they've got a decent sale for some parts going.

    What's your usual framerate with what you are running?
     
  7. admiralnerf

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    Skyrim SE with DynDOLOD and 4k textures and a couple dozen mods runs at 55-60 fps with BethINI high/ultra presets. I think Skyrim's clamped to 60 though due to its engine.
    Witcher 3 high settings is ~70-75 fps.
    Guild Wars 2, ultra everything: -no other players around in vanilla maps - 75-85 fps
    character limit/quality lowered, everything else ultra - 55-65 fps vanilla maps with normal player pops
    expansion maps and zergs make 1080TIs break a sweat, I was about 20-40 somewhat stuttery fps on ultra in the current Boss Bash event

    Edit again:
    BDO maxed settings is 45-50 fps, turn off the "high-end mode" and it's a steady 58-60 or so with little visual difference.

    When I get Titanfall 2 finished downloading I'll check that out as well.

    Edit: this is the 1060 version, not the 1050ti.
     
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    Fastidious Reader Notebook Consultant

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    Does the laptop have Gsync?

    How do the cores run under gaming loads?
     
  9. arcticjoe

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    Pretty sure there is no g-sync support. CPU runs well under gaming loads, have not seen any throttling at all playing Titanfall 2 / ME: Shadow of War, with CPU temps lower than my previous machines with quad core CPUs.
     
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    anyone playing MHW on this machine? if so, what frames are you getting?

    Sent from my SM-G950F using Tapatalk
     
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