Why so bad clevo forum?

Discussion in 'Sager and Clevo' started by Branzy1987, Aug 25, 2015.

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  1. Branzy1987

    Branzy1987 Notebook Evangelist

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    I come from Alienware side forum and there everything is so clear, benchmark thread, issues with x ,y, z...here we have one thred with 278 pages with 1001 issues some resolved some not but all in 278 pages...
     
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    just a different style i guess :) some prefer to open up a new thread for every little issue, others prefer to have it in one place. both have their (dis)advantages ;) are u switching over to a clevo machine?
     
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    I just bought a new P771zm, i have a lot to tell you and ask you but Alienware forum is so easy to find and exactly where to ask...
    First of all I switch to clevo because they have socked, Alienware didnt want anymore...
    I bought a barebone without ram hdd and cpu
    I install a 2x4gb 1600mhz hyperx impact ram
    120gb ssd samsung evo
    And a i7 5775c...i used a prema bios for the 5 th generation cpu to work but seams that clevo doesnt support 5th gen cpu only on paper...
    Insted of that i7 I put in an i5 4690k that I will repaste with gelid extreme gc today also the gtx 970m...i want to oc it to 4.0ghz all 4 cores and keep it as cool as can be.
     
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    I have also a G synk monitor 75hz works buuut...in cs go if I cap the fps to 75 the image get dizzy it"s not smooth...until now I cant see the "point" of g synk maybe can You help me with it...
     
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    well, there is an owner´s lounge for the 17 inch ZM series right here: http://forum.notebookreview.com/thr...d-p770zm-g-sager-np9773-owners-lounge.768770/

    where u can ask your fellow clevo members everything u would like to know :) youre also welcome to pay a visit to the batcave for the 15 inch models (see my signature)

    interesting that you couldnt get the 5775C to work in your system! i thought that @Prema had included broadwell support in his bios?!

    ocing the 4690K to 4Ghz all cores shouldnt be a problem, also not concerning temps :)

    unfortunately i dont have a gsync system so im not able to help you...but as i said before, u can try the owner´s lounges for other members sporting Gsync models :)
     
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    I dont know how to oc and undervolt a bit the i5 4690k where to put and where to get...an image of how should it look like in xtu should be best. With the i7 5775c didnt want to boot...end of story.
     
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    Wish I could help but are you from some none english speaking country because I am having a lil bit of a hard time understanding everything you are saying :/ sorry but congrats on owning a beastly machine
     
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    Yeah, i am from a country where we dont speak english, but what is to understand that I need some small info about how to overlock and undervolt the i5 4690k, a picture will be fine...
     
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    Okay but first may I ask why you want to OC? are there certain programs you will be using that will benefit from the OC? and everyone's system has different silicon so everyones OC might be slightly different but largely they will be close to the same. I only ask because if you aren't going to be doing any CPU intensive applications there really is no reason to OC as the stock speed should be fine, also I think that i7 5775 should work on that laptop with prema mod bios are you sure you have the newest version of the prema mod bios? if you still want to OC after reading all this let me know I will do my best to try and help you
     
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    in xtu, u can increase the multiplier for all four cores to 40 and hit apply. if it doesnt stick or is unstable, increase the Vcore voltage in 5mV steps until its stable. if its already stable at stock voltage, u can decrease the voltage in 5mV steps to help with temps. u can check for stability using occt / prime95 / xtu stress stest and benchmark, etc

    Sent from my Nexus 5 using Tapatalk
     
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