TONGFANG GK7CN6S / GK7CP0S / GK7CP7S

Discussion in 'Other Manufacturers' started by sicily428, Oct 17, 2018.

  1. monroe1

    monroe1 Notebook Enthusiast

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    Does anyone know if there is a way to use the function keys (like volume up/down) without pressing Fn?
     
  2. D2 Ultima

    D2 Ultima Livestreaming Master

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    Your tests show that you're at a clockspeed limit. You aren't going over 80W because the card cannot boost any further. If you test with a heavier scenario, like say... launch Warframe and sit in your ship's cabin with unlocked fps. That'll get your clockspeed to drop like a stone due to power limits, and you should see the card's maximum power draw there.
     
  3. B0B

    B0B Notebook Deity

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    It's working just fine and it's not going to read past the "specified" wattage per Nvidia. That's all I'm going to say
     
  4. SlickDragon

    SlickDragon Notebook Consultant

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    Ok that is reassuring, and i Trust you as much as any tech reviewer out there, but i never saw much more than 80 watt draw, even with firestrike tests on turboboost mode, with +160 core +800 memory overclock - https://www.3dmark.com/fs/19282757
    I did everything i could to get the gpu loaded, stress tests and games, and haven't seen over 81-82watts for a second or two even with heavy stable overclocks - [​IMG]

    I'll try to test with other demanding games like that and see. However emulation is notoriously demanding, and i put it on graphic settings that pushed the card beyond its limits, where fps slowed to a crawl and it was constantly maxed out at 100% gpu load, with a heavy overclock, and even still it stuck to 80 pretty rigorously.
     
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  5. artearte

    artearte Newbie

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    Hey everyone, I'm in the UK and I'm about to buy an ASUS GL704GV (8750h, 2060) for 1499£, the only thing that's keeping me from getting is the fact that these tongfangs look pretty sexy.
    The only thing I'm not too convinced of is the keyboard, I like a good full sized mechanical but on laptops I've always liked good chiclets and I can't have something too noisy as I'm usually playing games in the same room as my girlfriend doing other stuff.
    What are your thoughts on the keyboard? Is pc specialist the reseller to go if I was interested on getting it in the UK? Do you recommend going 8750h+2060, 9750h+2070 or 9750h+1660ti? I usually never really seek the highest quality on games as long as they run at high framerates ( I mainly play esports titles, all I want is 100+ fps, I can live with mediumish settings)
     
  6. Master Stewie

    Master Stewie Notebook Consultant

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    The GTX1660Ti seems to perform very well.
    The RTX2070mq had graphics score of 18800 with a 100MHz core and 330MHz memory OC. I pressume the RTX2060 will be somewhere in between, near the RTX2070mq?
    Maybe I have to buy that one...

    If you can, you will be a rich man :)
     
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  7. SlickDragon

    SlickDragon Notebook Consultant

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    Well i WAS actually able to get the Gpu to to display over 90 watts for the first time with the 1660ti. No idea why it displayed the actual wattage draw correctly, since i hadn't changed anything. Based on the results i've seen though the EluktroBoost DOES in fact work, and provides the stated benefit of better performance, making it a top tier option in the gaming laptop sphere, where the cards are otherwise pretty badly hampered this generation by the Nvidia power limits being significantly behind their desktop equivalent. This 1660ti with EluktroBoost is nearly on par with desktop 1660ti..

    Here is my best score yet on firemark, with a sizable +180 core and +800 mhz stable overclock (but not yet undervolted) 1660 ti hitting 17k on graphics, as well as a 9750 with a 17k physics score with a prodigal -200.2mv undervolt for the Cpu Core (and i have yet to hit it's ceiling and am still able to hit max clocks all day...) as well as a -130.9 undervolt for Cpu cache (much more than that makes it unstable and it's the riskier option to push too far)- https://www.3dmark.com/3dm/36004740? [​IMG]

    First Timespy test with the same settings netting a 6500 graphics score, even though it didn't show 90 watts this time, it was benefitting from the increased power - https://www.3dmark.com/3dm/36005148? [​IMG]

    I "upgraded" my ram to 32gb of 2800mhz , only issue is that it's running at only 2400 due to there being no XMP in the Bios. If i had a wishlist for improvements it would be that, since otherwise with the speakers improved now it's a near dream laptop at the price.
     
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  8. TheUberMedic

    TheUberMedic Notebook Consultant

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    Cant say much on the keyboard but if you can, go for the i7 9750h + 2070. More power never hurt anyone :)
     
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  9. Steerty

    Steerty Newbie

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    No what I meant was, if I buy the smaller capacity model, remove the battery and buy the bigger aftermarket battery that was linked, could I take out the entire 2.5inch bay and fit the larger battery? Or is there some metal in the chassis that would prevent this?
     
  10. Master Stewie

    Master Stewie Notebook Consultant

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    I tested the Tongfang and the clevo P970 right next to eachother and the extra sound the keyboard of the Tongfang makes is neglectible. The brown swithces are very silent.
     
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