TongFang GK5CP7Y (Vyper II / Onyx Pro ....)

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  1. Eldarion666

    Eldarion666 Newbie

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    Yes, today, Eluctronics launched Max-15 and Max-17 laptops, which are basicly utilizing the same TongFang chassis
     
  2. ditchmagnet

    ditchmagnet Notebook Consultant

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    Cool anyone know if the MAX 17 would work with the Rift S via Thunderbolt adapter to displayport?

    Any reviews found for thermals on the 2070 for Max 17?
     
  3. genexis_x

    genexis_x Notebook Consultant

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    Max-17 is the larger version of QC7. Max-15 is GK5-Y.
     
  4. boggi

    boggi Notebook Enthusiast

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    Hey,
    any news about receiving the item? Would be super interested how the RTX 2070 max-p performs in the 15,6 inch chassis and what the temperatures look like :)
     
  5. genexis_x

    genexis_x Notebook Consultant

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    will test soon
     
  6. boggi

    boggi Notebook Enthusiast

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    Awesome! Thanks a lot, really looking forward to it :)
     
  7. boggi

    boggi Notebook Enthusiast

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    @genexis_x
    hey dude, apologies for being impatient, but any news on your hopefully already arrived laptop?
     
  8. Ghengis

    Ghengis Notebook Consultant

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    I wasn't clear from earlier posts -- will you be testing the 1660Ti version? It looks like Eluktronics is only selling it in 115W 2060 or 2070 versions, so that's what I'm trying to find more information about.
     
  9. genexis_x

    genexis_x Notebook Consultant

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    Test already complete, article and video reviews in progress. Stay tuned!
    (btw I didn't purchase the laptop)
     
  10. boggi

    boggi Notebook Enthusiast

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    @genexis_x
    thanks for the update! And sorry for the misunderstanding about the purchase from my end
     
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