TONGFANG GK7CN6S / GK7CP0S / GK7CP7S

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  1. Tralalla

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  2. TheUberMedic

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    Anyone got any confirmation if the bigger battery works with the 17 inch? (Ideally, the RTX version)
     
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    Eluktronics has it as an upgraded option. So everything looks good.
     
  4. Bruno@INPHTECH

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    You have pics here: https://forum.zwame.pt/threads/inph...070-tongfang-gk7cp7s-review-opinioes.1028786/ and 3DMark tests.

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  5. Zill

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    Hmmmmm... very intersting. I'd need to see under the cooling system, I'm trying to see how different the board is in comparison to the 15 inch rtx chassis. In particular power delivery and the mxm gpu board.

    Still tho these are nice his res pics, thanks! will take another looking under the hood of my 15inch chassis see if I can find anything useful points of comparison.

    Thanks again!
     
  6. LamsonMusic

    LamsonMusic Notebook Geek

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    Yes. Mine came with the larger battery. I had them remove it and replace it with the smaller battery. Giving up my 2.5 Inch drive bay is a no go for me as I rarely use my laptop on battery.
     
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    Could you remove the battery cable so we can see the motherboard number @Bruno@INPHTECH ? @Zill, can you find your motherboard number under the battery cable? The motherboard number will be the easiest way for us to determine if the 15" and the 17" use the same motherboard and the same parts GPU/CPU etc. The only real difference it currently seems the cooling solution.
     
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  8. ezradharma

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    I can confirm. Only changing the power adapter may need some changes.
     
  9. Zill

    Zill Notebook Consultant

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    This is the 17 inch model I have the 15 but I'd like to know as well even though I don't see how they could be the same number. I'm worried that my motherboard power delivery won't be sufficient in order for me to safely use the 2070 at 115WTDP vbios...

    So I need as much data as possible to minimise risk

    Someone told me the 15 inch used to be sold as a variant with a gtx 1070? Can someone confirm this as it would mean it can handle cards with 115W TPD since the gtx 1070 is a 115W TDP card if I remember correctly or close enough anyway...
     
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    The last gen of this laptop, not this current chassis had a GTX 1070 with a i7 7700hq. Some people having been using this method of bypass the power limit https://overclocking.guide/increase-the-nvidia-power-limit-all-cards/
     
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