TONGFANG GK5CN5Z / GK5CN6Z / GK5CQ7Z / GK5CP0Z

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  1. Fastidious Reader

    Fastidious Reader Notebook Evangelist

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    I asked Eluktronics about brown switches for their Mech 15 G2. They are shipping this month and should be in for them starting November. Dunno if that's the same for other US side builders or not.
     
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    Caas Notebook Guru

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    My reseller just acquired it, there was a three weeks wait for the first batch of brown mechanical keyboards and I got mine slightly early as someone high up there is my friend.
     
  3. barichon

    barichon Notebook Enthusiast

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    Would it be possible to order throught you or your friends ? What is your laptop with brow keyboard ?
     
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    tomek0987 Newbie

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    Hello ! I'm considering buying version of this laptop with GF1060, can someone tell me how does it present along with other laptops with GF1060? I mean for example with Acer Helio 300 or Asus Scar II.
     
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    steberg Notebook Evangelist

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    sicily428 Donuts!! :)

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  7. Fastidious Reader

    Fastidious Reader Notebook Evangelist

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    Neat nice to see the teardown and review.

    Looking to be quite the capable streaming portable too. Nice.

    Also its good to know it comes loaded with thermal pads stock.

    Will be sure to finally get one once the brown switches come in domestically.
     
  8. Matt111

    Matt111 Notebook Enthusiast

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    Hi guys, I'm interested in the GK5CN6Z, I plan to buy it at https://laptopparts4less.frl/15.6in...1060-6Gb-Coffee-Lake-game-laptop-samenstellen is it a good reseller ? (to be honest the name looks a bit weird to me).
    About the display, is the 60hz one good ? I've watched the Bob of all trades video and it seems the 144hz display is great but if the 60hz is alright, i'll go for that.
    Also I read the last few pages of the topic and it seems it's better to get the 180w power brick instead of the 150w ?

    thank you
     
  9. Leonard Fernandez

    Leonard Fernandez Notebook Enthusiast

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    Hi I'm interested in buying a mechrevo laptop. But not sure which one, either the Z2 or the x8ti. They basically have the same stats but the x8ti has the gaming look and is thicker. I wonder if the cooling is better on that thicker laptop. And how the fan noise and display is compared on both laptops.
     
  10. lKinder_Bueno

    lKinder_Bueno Notebook Consultant

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    The 144Hz is an awesome display, the same in Razer Blade. I have the 60Hz version, it is a good display, better than some Asus i tested, but it hasn't the WOW effect you can have from the 144Hz version.
    If the upgrade to the 180W is free, go for the 180W. With the latest bios version the 180W is not so necessary.



    Maybe i replied you on YouTube, but I read the x8Ti Thermal are similar to the Z2, they have the same motherboard and cooling system. PCSpecialist version sell it with a low quality display, so check the display model before purchasing it. I don't know if fans are less "noiser", but if i have to choose between x8Ti and Clevo N850EK1, i would choose the clevo one​

    How update Bios and tune laptop with XTU. Idk if someone need it, but here is the video

     
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