TONGFANG GK7CN6S / GK7CP0S / GK7CP7S

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

  1. LamsonMusic

    LamsonMusic Notebook Geek

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    My intention was to have them do it as not not void my warranty by doing it myself. Didn't quite pan out this time but oh well. And realistically I don't see the price being too unfair because you're paying for the labor as well, and if you break it down that way it's really not bad. I'd be spending a minimum of $20-25 on the products alone to do it myself.
     
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  2. Techdude594

    Techdude594 Notebook Enthusiast

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    Oh no, I meant 35$ was insane in a good way :p. I know that HID evolution charges ~95$ for a liquid metal repaste. 35$ in comparison is totally worth it! And yeah, I'd definitely feel more comfortable having the boutique retailer like Eluktronics do the repaste so I wouldn't have to do anything. Anything for better thermals! I'm sure your instance was just a fluke, or perhaps the application wasn't perfect.
     
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  3. Quadzilla

    Quadzilla The eye is watching you

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    You should be able to download the Nvidia control panel from the Microsoft store
     
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  4. Cerreta28

    Cerreta28 Notebook Evangelist

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    Really ? I’ll try to find that right now
     
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  5. Cerreta28

    Cerreta28 Notebook Evangelist

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    Found it .. I’ll try that when the new system shows up
     
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  6. oneintheblack

    oneintheblack Notebook Enthusiast

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    If anyone is interested. Eluktronics said there 2060 model will be 85w. Wish it was 90, but if Im remembering correctly, the 2070 MQ is only 80w. $1400 price tag on the 2060 seems pretty good. Barebones it would be $1245.
     
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    zeusthedino Notebook Enthusiast

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    How do you update to BIOS 1.04 from 1.03? On the OP 17. I downloaded the file, not sure how to install it
     
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  8. badmod

    badmod Notebook Enthusiast

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    They also mentioned the 2070 is 85w but not sure how if it's not Max-Q. Can anyone with the 2070 check on that?
     
  9. Lamim Rashid

    Lamim Rashid Notebook Consultant

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    Max-Q is 80w https://www.techpowerup.com/gpu-specs/geforce-rtx-2070-max-q.c3368
    Full is 115w https://www.techpowerup.com/gpu-specs/geforce-rtx-2070-mobile.c3349

    Did you manage to benchmark it before you sent it back? I'm curious if the "full" 2070 it comes with is inline with other 2070 benchmarks or if it's closer to a max-q 2070.
     
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  10. roakes

    roakes Notebook Enthusiast

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    The PC Specialist Recoil II RTX 17" is based on the same chassis and has a full 2070. I have one on order and asked something similar of a recent owner, they ran Timespy and scored 7,430

    https://www.pcspecialist.co.uk/forums/showthread.php?61954-Recoil-II-RTX-just-arrived!/page3
     
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