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post #21 of 29 (permalink) Old 01-04-2020, 07:45 PM - Thread Starter
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I'm running with a liquid metal repaste & an elevated four-post riser deal to drop temps all the way down to just 75c load on a 4c/8t i7 7700HQ (8300H really but it's the same deal) laptop. I used to get antsy when I saw temps spike past 60c on my desktop - This new style of heat output took some getting used to.

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I mean my laptop has a fully fledged 8700k at 5ghz and runs just fine...
My Clevo/Sager has a desktop 6700K and it runs lightyears cooler than my Dell G7 w/8850H did. Hugely different cooling setups between them.

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I mean my laptop has a fully fledged 8700k at 5ghz and runs just fine...
Really? For how long does it run at 5 Ghz. without throttling? Did you have to lower uncore to the floor to do it? Or do you only run it at 5 Ghz. from inside a walk-in freezer?
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Really? For how long does it run at 5 Ghz. without throttling? Did you have to lower uncore to the floor to do it? Or do you only run it at 5 Ghz. from inside a walk-in freezer?
5Ghz on idle is completely doable on an anemic cooler.
load? maybe on one core at ~20% usage.

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Really? For how long does it run at 5 Ghz. without throttling? Did you have to lower uncore to the floor to do it? Or do you only run it at 5 Ghz. from inside a walk-in freezer?
If he has a Clevo which is pretty likely given that it's one of the few laptops with a desktop socket - Then he's probably not running nearly as hot as you'd expect. The P750DM will run a desktop 6700K @ 4.8Ghz and keep it surprisingly cool. The extra 2 cores and 200mhz shouldn't make all that much of a difference.

Pics of a Clevo's to-the-extreme 7x heatpipe heatsink -


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Sure, but I meant from Intel for, uh... their own products. AMD's coolers work reasonably well.
Bit late, but Intel already has a more advanced "stock" cooler, they just don't include it with anything...

Its the BXTS15A which has a vapor chamber in the center with proper fins surrounding it.
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I grabbed an xbox cooler back in the day, it still cools my laptops. All you need is a fan at the bottom. The bigger the better.
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I'm still using the original thermal paste on my 5yo GT72 with an OC on the 980m 8gb and a small one on the 4710hq. There's a turbo button for the fan, but these temps are stock fan after an hour of FO4 [9grids in ini].

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It's not normal to have to repaste every three months because the TIM burns out.
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Can anyone explain to me why MSI needs our laptops back on top of the wholesale price they're already more or less recouping from us with their GT72(s)/GT80(s) trade in program? MSI isn't a company you can trust!

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Quote: Originally Posted by speed_demon View Post
If he has a Clevo which is pretty likely given that it's one of the few laptops with a desktop socket - Then he's probably not running nearly as hot as you'd expect. The P750DM will run a desktop 6700K @ 4.8Ghz and keep it surprisingly cool. The extra 2 cores and 200mhz shouldn't make all that much of a difference.

Pics of a Clevo's to-the-extreme 7x heatpipe heatsink -
"The extra two cores and 200 Mhz. shouldn't make all that much of a difference." Have you ever tried to bring an 8700k up to 5 Ghz.? The shared, 4 heatpipe design of that cooler wouldn't stand a chance.
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That's just goofy because the latest generation using this chassis has the i9-9900K & RTX 2080 and users are overclocking those. And I assure you the 9900K produces more heat than an 8700K.

https://xoticpc.com/collections/sage...g750-p750tm1-g

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