TONGFANG GK7CN6S / GK7CP0S / GK7CP7S

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  1. Cerreta28

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    Other then drivers good .. I’m getting 20500 on fire strike graphics


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    Neat sounds like a purchase. Does it have any thermal problems with the i7-8750H?

    Heard the new 2070s use a 230w power brick.
     
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    How about Timespy graphics? Does your system have dual channel ram?
     
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    Yes I have dual channel ram I can run timespy fornyou


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    Mine will come back from getting repaired (reapplied CPU thermal compound) this weekend and I can get specific benchmark numbers for you.

    However, even with the cpu thermal throttling when I first used it the performance was fantastic. I tested a few games I had installed on a previous hard drive like black ops 4 and fallout 4. Everything set to max with a resolution of 1080 to match the laptop display. We'll worth the money in my opinion when compared to the 1060 matched with the same cpu in my last laptop.

    Driver support at the moment is all sorts of bad though. From what I've been able to tell there is no way to currently install the newest nvidia game ready drivers that support ray tracing.
     
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    I can confirm that the eluktronics mech-17 does ship with the 230w brick
     
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    Same for the PC Specialist Recoil II 17"
     
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    17" RTX 2070 all come with 230w standard.
     
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    I'm pretty sure you have to install GF Experience to install the drivers when they will not install as a standalone driver.
     
  10. Zill

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    No we can't install the new drivers from nvidia yet, they havent added TongFang to the list of compatible vendors to their last driver so we're screwed till next driver comes out

    Does anyone have any pics of the inside of the RTX 17nch Tonfang? Especially around the gpu. I want to see if its exactly the same as mine in my 15 inch or if the power delivery has been beefed up or else.

    It was the same for the gtx 1060 version but this time we have different TDP cards so just checking. My theory is that they are the same and the limitation is purely in the vbios, meaning I could flash my 15 to the 115W and heavily underclock it till its around the 90-95W TDP range for the 15 inch which I think would be the sweetspot for the cooling capabilities of the 15 inch chassis

    Some pics would be of ENORMOUS help! So thanks if you can help! Enjoy your new RTX cards 17 inch Tonfangers!

    PS: is the RTX version still referenced GK7CN6S?
     
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