TONGFANG GK7CN6S / GK7CP0S / GK7CP7S

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  1. Lamim Rashid

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    The TongFang 17.3in has a full 2070 at 90w I believe, so I wonder how that vbios would work for you, also wondering how the 115w vbios would work for the tongfang, though tbh I dont think it needs it since it already performs very well compared to most other 2070 laptops out there.
     
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    I'm almost certain the 17 inch has the 115w TDP version of the 2070.
     
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    Has anyone found a better bio to use then Overpowered 1.08 my lightbar isn't working cause of that and I don't know if it really easy to downgrade down or use another vendor's bios but could use some help please OP support is non-exsistant.
     
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    Has anyone bought a larger battery for the OP 17+ ?
     
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    Well according to Eluktronics the 17 inch 2070 comes with a 230 watt power brick. If that helps

    Also seeing another review on RTX DLSS is there any reason to care for it on a 1080p panel. Can a 2070 use them effectively?
     
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    My PC Specialist Recoil II 17.3" RTX 2070 comes with a 230 watt power brick
     
  9. LamsonMusic

    LamsonMusic Notebook Geek

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    Anything more than 1080 resolution on a laptop screen is snake oil in my opinion. A screen that small has no need for the pixel density of 4k, and your refresh rate would tank with such an option. You have display outputs to connect to a legitimate 4k screen with a viable refresh rate if you see fit.

    Its always baffled me that people in the laptop gaming world are pushing so hard for 4k pannels that will bring us right back to 60hz refresh rates.


    RTX and dlss at certain resolutions are gpu and nvidia support dependent at this point, as each resolution needs to be run for extended periods on their super computers. But with further dlss updates more resolutions will be supported. There is a chart depicting the current state of supported resolutions that was released about a week ago from either nvidia or ea.
     
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    Has anyone else with the 2070 version tried to play apex with the newest drivers available from GeForce experience? I attempted to play last night and I'm getting less than 20fps regardless of graphics settings. Other games like gta v play at maxed out settings fine and average 80+fps.

    Not sure if this is a driver issue that can be easily fixed by rolling back to the last version , or if it's just apex being poorly optimized
     
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