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post #21 of 52 (permalink) Old 07-08-2016, 11:12 AM
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It's getting to the point where I'm considering getting rid of the desktop and just having a "portable desktop" that will have all the peripherals of my usual desktop (USB kb/mouse, 27'' monitor, etc).
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This time is no different, the article even states they don't know the specs for the GTX 1070m, just that it won't have the m in it's name.
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Now instead of the mobile-centric M series of chips, Nvidia looks like it's throwing caution to the wind and outfitting gaming notebooks with the desktop versions -- similar to what it did with the GTX 980 for the MSI GT72 Dominator Pro Dragon Edition and the Origin Eon17-SLX. In fact, the company is getting rid of M-series chips altogether, which means better graphics performance overall for gaming laptop aficionados.

The only difference between the chips and cards is that the laptop version will have lower Thermal Design Power (TDP), which is the amount of heat that must be dissipated to keep a chip in optimal operating temperature. Whenever the chips ship, you can also expect to see lower clock speeds on the laptop versions, though they should have the ability to be raised to higher speeds -- provided your loadout can handle it.

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But this is useless as laptops cant handle the heat or overclock

Laptops can overclock actually ;) Though heat is still a big issue, thankfully though, the 1070 runs super cool.



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But this is useless as laptops cant handle the heat or overclock
Laptops can overclock actually wink.gif Though heat is still a big issue, thankfully though, the 1070 runs super cool.
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But this is useless as laptops cant handle the heat or overclock

Having owned a 980m overclocked / over-volted laptop, power draw and heat was never an issue for the GPU. It was only the CPU that I ever had to worry about. A 330w should be plenty and a 240 may even be enough.

Given that the 980m was pulling about 130w stock and 150+ overclocked, the 1080 shows as pulling ~175 average at stock and ~160 for the 1070. No doubt they will most likely be slightly under clocked with lower voltage. Thicker gaming laptops should have no issue.

It was ~sarcasm~, i am a huge laptop gamer look at my second rig.
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Do you believe any chance of a laptop that has a 120hz screen? or 144?

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Slap that thing in a thick desktop replacement laptop with hefty cooling, and that's a very attractive combination. Especially if cleaning it out is easy. I just hope more mfg's implemented front-to-back cooling and decent sized chambers for heatsinks and heatpipes, the bottom to sides cooling method with at worst just one blower seems a bit undersized for something this nice. You really want a thing like this to run cool and last you like four years at least.
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That card might be crippled by the 6700hq and 2133
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Intel Core i7-6700HQ @ 2.60GHz Intel Core i7-4720HQ @ 2.60GHz

6700 slower than cpu from 2014. on my lenovo y50-70 16gb ram, 512gb ssd, nvidia 960 4gb memo. cost me cca 1300usd from lenovo website in ireland. i woz catch super offer limited for few days in 2015:p:D
soo we can crearly see intel brake all as he now. good:mad: power cpus is more and more expensive compare in ...

and try now set up similar laptop on lenovo site, noo chance mad.gif they cut us like sheep:mad: thats way in lucky with my buy in 2015 spring:) forget notebook with nvidia 1060M under 1500eu

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The ultimate LAN rig. A full fledged GTX 1070 in a laptop.

This is going to be face-meltingly fast.



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Do you believe any chance of a laptop that has a 120hz screen? or 144?

Yea, Sager offered one or two models with 120hz panels.


And i believe that Asus and MSI had one/one model that offered 120hz panel. (Alien ware 100%)

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