TONGFANG GK7CN6S / GK7CP0S / GK7CP7S

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  1. undervolter0x0309

    undervolter0x0309 Notebook Consultant

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    You can edit your newegg review btw ;)
     
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    I do know the Clevo PB71 had an i9 option for the 8th gen cpus so maybe itll have it for the 9th gen refresh?
     
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    Yeh it is amazing. I doubt that my Ram can run at higher clocks than the 2800mhz that its rated for, but even if it could, I'm more than content (ecstatic really) that i'm able to utilize it at full speed.
    Your tip about running at Realtime worked well! Now got 1330 cinebench score! - [​IMG]

    You are right! Was able to find edit button under Write a Review of the purchase, and changed the "Con" of no Bios memory control to a Pro since it can run max Xmp speeds!
    Yes i believe it's likely it will have the option, but as of now i don't see it. Hidevolution has the PB51 with i9 option though. I'm more than satisfied with my Mech-17 G1Rx though;)
     
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    Great Score !!
    Can you test with cinebench R20 ?
     
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    Yeh first score was 1324, second was 1330. Probably in the 133x range is where i'd land with a bit more tuning.
    Downloaded R20 for you. First ever benchmark with the settings from before (Radical -250 Cpu Core Undervolt, and -130.9 Cpu Cach Undervolt etc) on Normal mode 3126 - [​IMG]
    With realtime mode 3215- [​IMG]
     
  6. Pedro75

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    For comparison this was my best score with a 15" from Inphtech GK5CP0S (i7 8750H+Rtx 2060) with 2666Mhz cl15 memory . 100 points diff

    [​IMG]
     
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    Hefty undervolt. The 8750h that i had topped out at -100mV. But it was quite cool at the end.

    Just pulled the trigger after BoB's review of the Mech 15, that one draws the same power with RTX2070mq with eluktroboost than the full RTX2070 on the 17".

    TongFang GK7CP7S:
    - Screen (without bright en dead pixels): 17.3" FHD IPS (1920x1080), 144Hz 9ms, 72% NTSC, non-glare LED (No G-Sync)
    - GPU: nVidia RTX 2070 8.0Gb GDDR6
    - CPU: Intel Hexa Core i7-9750H (2.60-4.50Ghz) 12Mb cache 45W
    - Cooling paste: Thermal Pad (CPU en GPU)
    - Memory: Kingston HyperX 16Gb DDR4 2666Mhz (2x 8Gb)
    - SSD: Crucial MX500 500Gb sata SSD
    - Wireless: Intel AC-9260 M.2 (1.73Gbps, 802.11AC) + BT 5.0

    The thermal pads are graphite pads, I tried them on the Clevo P970 and they worked pretty well. So a new try. I hope that the keyboard deck stays a lot cooler with the Tongfang. The Clevo became very hot to touch around WASD area.
     
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    Anyone know what spec the usb ports are? Trying to find out if theyre gen 1 or gen 2 (stupid naming scheme)
     
  9. SlickDragon

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    The 2070MQ even with the same power draw may still not be 100% equal to "full" 2070mq at 115w, but it will be close enuf. Still the EluktroBoost 2070 on the 17" which has the Full one will make it the stronger option. Not to mention the better temps on the 17 for both the Gpu (Allowing it o reach higher clocks, furthering the divide even further) and Cpu. Still if you want the 15" form factor its a great option. Otherwise the 17" is strictly better.
     
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    I ordered a normal one. Only option for me. Went for the bigger screen and cooler temps compared to 15”
     
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