Tongfang GK5NR-O, GK7NP-R (Ryzen 4000 mobile)

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  1. KamilK

    KamilK Notebook Enthusiast

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    You have to pay customs on top of your price ~20% it is added on shipment page. I got same issue full spec £2261 but then tax and shipment finishing at £2861 so now make me wonder is it worth it or just pay extra 300 and get new razer Pro 2080 maxq 17.3 300 hz
     
  2. BrightSmith

    BrightSmith Notebook Evangelist

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    I've ordered my P775TM (see specs below) through https://laptopparts4less.frl/

    They are a small company, but their service is good and they're among the cheapest Clevo and Tongfang resellers. They're based in the Netherlands but ship to all Europe.
     
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  3. Vlad_The_Unknown

    Vlad_The_Unknown Notebook Guru

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    Thank you, I didn't know about them and indeed they offer these laptops now. Unfortunately, for the moment the screen is the 15,6 inch 120 Hz 45% NTSC one, which is the same of Asus TUF506 and is pretty poor. If it was the 144 Hz one, it would be much better
     
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  4. BrightSmith

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    Ed. Yang Notebook Evangelist

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    For a 17inch make, with dGPU... 62whr battery ain'y gonna last an average "out without powerbrick" 2hrs use...
     
  6. BrightSmith

    BrightSmith Notebook Evangelist

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    But with Optimus?
     
  7. Ed. Yang

    Ed. Yang Notebook Evangelist

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    To date, the 17inch makes with Nvidia dGPU that released into the markets worldwide are XMG Matrix R17 as well as the Asus TUF Gaming FA706. Reviews made on those doesn't seems to mention the use of Nvidia's Optimus program and it's benefits of extending battery usage effectiveness...
     
  8. B0B

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    That’s because it goes without saying.

    Laptops with a MUX or their display is connected directly to the dGPU 100% of the time often have this information within a review.
     
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    Ed. Yang Notebook Evangelist

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    taraquin Notebook Consultant

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    Wonder if freesync could work with a CRU-mod?
     
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