Triton 500 VS Clevo P750TM-G

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  1. Michaelscott658

    Michaelscott658 Newbie

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    Hi guys, just wondering which would be a good recommendation for gaming and running ML algorithms and possibly photo editing on the side?
    The Trition is configured as 32gb, i7 9750h, 512gb SSD and RTX 2080 max-Q
    The Metabox / Clevo is configured as 16gb, i7 9700k, 512gb SSD and the full RTX 2080.
    I am not worried about the weight difference just from experience which one would be better in the long run.
    I read online about how the PSU for theTrition is not sufficient enough to power the GPU and how it performs below other 2080 laptops. Any other recommendations would be welcome. Thanks


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    Talon Notebook Virtuoso

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    Can't speak for user experience with the Clevo, or any Clevo for that matter but it will surely be far more powerful with a real desktop CPU and very powerful desktop grade 2080. The Triton is great, if mobility is a top concern IMO. For me I need something light yet powerful enough to have a great gaming experience and it checks those boxes. I also wanted GSync/dGPU mode available with Optimus switching for battery life when desired. Too many "gaming" laptops are cutting corners with this option. Because weight isn't a concern for you, the Clevo might be a better choice as it appears you need more power. Also yes the 180w is pretty pathetic, one of the few drawbacks I've come across in week~ of ownership. I am already looking into finding a 230w that would be compatible with tip adapter. Another drawback is heat/thermals. These thin and light laptops get hot AF. a 6/12 CPU with even a 2080 maxQ in this package is fairly overwhelming for most cooling solutions. I would have rather had an RTX 2060 or Super equivalent.
     
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