Tongfang GK7CP0S - Evoo gaming 17" EG-LP6-BK - Overpowered V 2.0

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  1. seahawk10

    seahawk10 Notebook Geek

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    I figured since we have the 15" version of the system posted I would make one for the 17" version. The reason I bought it is I was having trouble with the backlight on my keyboard for my Mech 17.

    I had dumped my boxes cleaning out the garage a few months ago (don't do that kids, keep your boxes) so I had nothing to ship it back in. I decided to buy this on a trial basis while my Mech is being fixed. If I like it, I might sell my Mech as I think it is too much machine for my needs anyway.
    It is performed really nice so far.

    • Gaming Laptop
    • 17.3", FHD 144Hz
    • THX Spatial Audio
    • Tuned by THX Display
    • 9th Gen Intel i7-9750H
    • Nvidia RTX 2060
    • 1TB SSD
    • 16GB Memory
    • Windows 10 Home
    • Black
    Here are my CB15 readings, no additional under-volting, straight out of the box:
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  2. jmthomas1987

    jmthomas1987 Notebook Guru

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    So is this basically the same machine as the Mech-17, maybe just updated with a different style chassis?
     
  3. AyoMayo

    AyoMayo Notebook Guru

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    Some people on YT comments are saying that their EVOO laptop boosts the RTX 2060 clocks higher on the "Turbo" setting, akin to Eluktroboost/Overboost. Can anyone who has this laptop confirm this?

    The notebookcheck review mentions the 2060 on this unit is ~12% faster than a 2060 in other laptops, so I'm thinking it wasn't advertised that it has been factory-tuned to use more power for higher clocks.

    EDIT: It definitely has something like Eluktroboost/Overboost going on. Clock speeds go up to 1890-1980 at full load with a +150 OC on turbo mode, while the CPU becomes power limited and can't clock higher than 3.6 Ghz. Makes it a worthwhile buy as it's the closest to a desktop 2060 you can get in a laptop.
     
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  4. funkho

    funkho Newbie

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    Here is the Firestrike 3DMark from my LP6, which I picked up on Black Friday for $999.

    https://www.3dmark.com/3dm/42158033

    I have been very happy with the LP6. I returned an MSI GS65 in favor of it. In addition, I also had an MSI GS75 through my work for a little bit, and with a 2080 in that, it scored lower at (15.6k Firestrike).

    There are some really minor quirks with this laptop, but I am super pleased with it. In this price range, with this performance, you often see laptops get really bulky, but this LP6 is quite slim for 17". I also bought an LP5, and I'm extremely pleased with that as well.

    I am still using Firestrike because I have a lot of legacy benchmarks from old computers which ran Firestrike back in the day. If anyone wants a different 3D Mark Benchmark, let me know.
     
  5. Idpseudonymous

    Idpseudonymous Newbie

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    The battery on this laptop is 46 W. I read there is a 4-cell 62.32WHr battery for the 15" evoo laptop. It also fits for the 17"? Also is there a 6 cell 90+ whr battery upgrade for this laptop?
     
  6. ditchmagnet

    ditchmagnet Notebook Consultant

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    Anyone know the screen model / specs of the screen? I know it's 1080p 144hz, but I mean the other details.
     
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    ditchmagnet Notebook Consultant

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    It's back on sale for $999, I put in an order.
     
  8. hodgeMN

    hodgeMN Notebook Evangelist

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    How much power is the GPU drawing during the firestrike benchmark?
     
  9. eurodj101

    eurodj101 Notebook Evangelist

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    I have a friend whos battery is drained brand new hwinfo detects battery says ac adapter connected and charging but says 0 mWh is there an ecc reset or soemthing we can do to try and srot it out whe u unplug laptop it shuts off so battery definitely not working
     
  10. seahawk10

    seahawk10 Notebook Geek

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    Maybe the cable connecting the battery has come lose? So it is detecting the adapter but the connection inside the laptop to the battery is not allowing it to charge?
     
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