TONGFANG GK5CN5Z / GK5CN6Z / GK5CQ7Z / GK5CP0Z

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  1. Gramthug

    Gramthug Newbie

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    wait what, 45watt max?
    my settings are 85 on long and 95 on short. i have copied these settings from other users in this forum, cause i'm not such an expert in undervolting. with 45watt ur cpu still runs at 3.9ghz?

    let me understand: u don't have LM and u get almost same temps with locking cpu at 45watts?
     
  2. alexnvidia

    alexnvidia Notebook Deity

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    45W nets you probably 3.2GHz. It's impossible to get 3.9GHz on just 45W at current 14nm
     
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  3. genexis_x

    genexis_x Notebook Consultant

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    Just to add: almost every laptop cannot cool >60w CPU while GPU is under heavy load
     
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    funny thing is, almost every decent gaming laptop can cool a heavy loaded GPU easily at far higher TDP (>180W) but the CPU struggles at even just 60-70W. My previous Alienware 17R4 can cool 180W GTX1080 running at around 70C when gaming, and my current RTX 2070 full power 115W can run at just 75C when gaming. However, CPU on both laptops hit over 80C easily, climb into 90s and thermal throttle at half the power of the GPU..
     
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    genexis_x Notebook Consultant

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    It's Intel...what to expect...
     
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  6. Master-DXT

    Master-DXT Notebook Enthusiast

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    Both GPU and CPU have LM applied. While I will never reach 3.9Ghz, I prefer a cooler chip, else my CPU reach 85c+ temp range, when both the GPU and CPU are on full load. GPU reach 70c Max.
     
  7. m.ser

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    Hi! I have new Bios update for the GK5CP0Z https://mega.nz/#!WwpB3YQZ!lk2V-N2aCFLeUr0c50C-ioFhS4zwQfWO2qElZSXkpig
     
  8. shtooka

    shtooka Notebook Enthusiast

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    OMG i fixed problem with illumination. 2 monts ago under heavy load playing in COD i got a problem with wild stroboscope upper 10% of brightness. I thinked its screen problem or something melted and trying to remove panel broke it, because i search all internet and dont find any instruction how to do it. Screen keeps on 4 piece of adhesive tape from left and right side and to remove screen need to know where exactly they placed, if you not, you like me pull it to break. IDK is allowing to heat throught screen. After that i buy another screen from aliexpress for 70$ with very good condition and little white spot noticeable only on white background, no big deal for that low price. Original LGD05C0 but contrast even better than previous.

    In short, new screen do not solve this problem and i noticed sometimes i can add brightness to 20% without problem and even to 30% after sharp jumps with brightness slider. And solve my problem with adding +10 and -10% bright from 0 to 30 after 40 after 50 etc. It tooks is about 10 minutes. I fixed hardware problem with soft. So far, everything is normal.

    I think problem in some chip giving 3.3V to screen but i dont have good specialists where i live to localize problem, lets see what happens later.
     
  9. Owenhehe

    Owenhehe Notebook Enthusiast

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    Yes, this is a TongFang chassis, to the point that they even use the same battery. They also use the 62wh battery that GK5CN6Z uses. There is webcam, but it is located at the bottom of the screen, not on the top.

    Not true, this chassis started selling on Amazon in early November, check this
    https://www.amazon.co.uk/HoMei-i7-9...oard/dp/B0811WYCZZ?ref_=ast_bbp_dp&th=1&psc=1

    This version was availabe since Feb 2019, very similar chassis with minor tweaks: https://www.amazon.co.uk/HoMei-i5-8...ting/dp/B07NPPP67K?ref_=ast_bbp_dp&th=1&psc=1
     
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  10. elgreco14

    elgreco14 Notebook Consultant

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    That's not the same though. This one has an aluminium chassis.
     
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