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  1. Cerreta28

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    So do you think an extra 400 is even worth 2080 mq


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  2. ezradharma

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    For me, I'm waiting on more benchmarks to figure that out. If someone is able to mod the RTX 2070 on the 17" to somewhere near full desktop wattage and it does a hell load better than the max-q, I don't think the 16" is worth it.

    This is showing pretty mixed results.
    https://www.notebookcheck.net/GeFor...e-RTX-2080-Max-Q_9551_9611_9621.247598.0.html
     
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    I saw that they look very close . And I just look the 16” is 600 more


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  4. Lamim Rashid

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    Yeah, I really dont think the 2080 MQ are worth the money unless you really need the most portable gaming laptop possible.. Like I could see myself getting a GS75 2080 MQ if I was rich af, and had a loaded desktop already but I dont, and would rather pay half that to get a full 2070 in a still reasonably light and thin (as far as gaming laptops go) 17.3in laptop.
     
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    A few things to note with the 17"
    You lose TB3 support since it's 3.1 Gen 1
    There is a 2.0 USB port
    It's thicker than the 16" but you're getting most likely the best thin and almost light package with a really good cooling solution.
    Mechanical keyboard with Brown "Silent Switches" with 2.0 mm of travel, 50 million key presses
    The likely hood of having newer screens being made for a 17" is a lot higher including the 240 hz panels to be made.
    Battery comes in two sizes, look for the 4 cell version.
    5 mm thin bezels, that 16.1" doesn't look like it has the best bezels.
    Roughly the laptop is about almost 5 pounds, since the materials are some hard plastic with metal where necessary.
     
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    That’s some really good points .. I don’t care about thunderbolt at all .. money is not so much the issue just don’t want to be wasting it if I’m getting same performance for 600 less


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  7. Lamim Rashid

    Lamim Rashid Notebook Guru

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    I found benchmarks for Eluktronics' Mech-17 G1R while scouring for RTX2070 benchmarks :).
    UserBenchmarks: Game 111%, Desk 120%, Work 102%
    CPU: Intel Core i7-8750H - 97.9%
    GPU: Nvidia GeForce RTX 2070 - 118.8%
    SSD: Samsung 960 Evo NVMe PCIe M.2 1TB - 235.4%
    SSD: WDC WDS100T2B0B 1TB - 75.6%
    RAM: Unknown PSD48G240081S Hynix GKE800SO102408-2400 16GB - 73.6%

    Here's MSI's GE75 Raider
    UserBenchmarks: Game 104%, Desk 91%, Work 81%
    CPU: Intel Core i7-8750H - 89.5%
    GPU: Nvidia GeForce RTX 2070 - 118.3%
    SSD: CT500MX500SSD4 500GB - 103.1%
    HDD: HGST Travelstar 7K1000 2.5" 1TB - 69.4%
    RAM: Samsung M471A1K43CB1-CTD 2x8GB - 82.2%
    MBD: MSI MS-17E2

    And Asus' GL704GW
    UserBenchmarks: Game 108%, Desk 112%, Work 99%
    CPU: Intel Core i7-8750H - 96.9%
    GPU: Nvidia GeForce RTX 2070 - 114.5%
    SSD: Intel 660p NVMe PCIe M.2 512GB - 192.4%
    HDD: Seagate FireCuda 2.5" 1TB - 55.7%
    RAM: Samsung M471A2K43CB1-CTD 1x16GB - 47.3%
    MBD: Asus Strix GL704GW_GL704GW

    These are the top GPU benchmarks per model, not average, look below for averages.

    Average RTX 2070 GPU benchmarks (with standard deviation):
    MSI GE75 Raider (14 samples) - 110% ± 20%,
    Asus GL704GW (17 samples) - 108% ± 20%
    Eluktronics Mech-17 G1R (5 samples) - 115% ± 4%

    Now what about those laptops with the Max-Q variants of the RTX 2080? Let's take a look.

    Average RTX 2080-MQ GPU benchmarks (with standard deviation):
    MSI GS65 Stealth 8SG (3 samples) - 111% ± 5%
    Razer Blade 15 Advanced (2 samples) - 119% ± 0%
    (Dell) Alienware m17 (1 sample) - 117% ± 0%
    Lenovo Legion Y740 (1 sample) - 112% ± 0%

    A little extra, I'll add whatever RTX 2070-MQ and RTX 2060 benchmarks I can find.

    Average RTX 2070-MQ GPU benchmarks (with standard deviation):
    Razer Blade 15 Advanced (7 samples) - 102% ± 9%
    Lenovo Legion Y740 (3 samples) - 103% ± 3%
    Gigabyte GA-AERO 15-X9 (3 samples) - 81% ± 32%
    Eluktronics Mech-15 G2R (1 sample) - 99% ± 0%

    Average RTX 2060 GPU benchmarks (with standard deviation):
    Uhhh, there are a lot of models to do. Just look here: https://gpu.userbenchmark.com/SpeedTest/701609/NVIDIA-GeForce-RTX-2060
    Most seem to average around 80%, best ones at around 84~89%
    Here's a peek (since I can't be bothered to format it like I did for the others):
    Model ID - Samples (% of 29) - Average benchmark ± Standard Deviation
    MSI(1462 126A) - 38% - 84% ± 14%
    Device(1A58 2002) - 17% - 87% ± 11%
    MSI(1462 1274) - 14% - 67% ± 37%
    Asus(1043 1FAE) - 10% - 89% ± 1%
    MSI(1462 1272) - 10% - 62% ± 43%
    MSI(1462 126B) - 7% - 90% ± 3%
    Device(1D05 105F) - 3% - 85% ± 0%
     
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  8. Lamim Rashid

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    Check my last post.. looks like the 2080MQ would be a bit of waste.
     
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    That’s what it looks like .. I’m thinking I should cancel my 16” order


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  10. Lamim Rashid

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    I almost ended up getting the 16in too, glad I looked into things a bit first. I'd cancel if you still can, lots of good 2070 models.
    Here's an updated version of my last post with more models http://forum.notebookreview.com/thr...enchmark-graphics-benchmarks-by-model.827454/
     
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