Update to P775TM

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  1. fungmi

    fungmi Notebook Enthusiast

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    Hi

    There seems to be an update to the Clevo P775TM, go to the video below its located 7:40 time wise

    Not a lot of detail, he was not allowed to film it, but apparently it's for 10th Gen Intel CPUs.

    Does anyone have concrete details?

     
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    Good catch. Fingers crossed for a chassis redesign (about darn time) and vapor chambers.
     
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    No one's going to be easily talking publically about future gen stuff .
     
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    I'm wondering if its close, given they demo'ed it at Computex, also noticed that Clevo and Creative have gone into partnership with audio hardware for Clevo laptops.
     
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    About time, the P775 is ancient in laptop terms and has been overtaken by the competition since it started its life on Skylake.

    I think it has to be vapour chamber, whether or not it handles 9900K @ 5ghz the GT76 cooling is heatpipe spaghetti, and 10th gen is rumoured to be another 2 cores on 14nm+++ further increasing heat output but more importantly, thermal density . There's only so much area above the die that can be covered with heatpipes before adding more has minimal effect
     
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    Well. JT used figure of this kinda transformer toy thing when describing update. Mby we will face something more than cooling system update? Hope so. For me in terms of look msi76 is top machine atm
     
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    Just hope the motherboard does not go wrong.
     
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    Hopefully the replacement takes some of the P870s features into consideration since dual GPUs on laptops are dead. They should replace both the P775 and P870 with one superior machine in my opinion. I have my doubts as to whether it will be better than the P870, but only time will tell.
     
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    Don't care about looks, only cooling, that pretty much encompasses my hopes for it.
     
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    You say that. But you gotta draw a line somewhere...
     

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