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post #41 of 57 (permalink) Old 02-02-2020, 06:30 AM
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Quote: Originally Posted by nailghaar View Post
"We stress the laptop with synthetic loads to identify for any potential throttling or stability issues. When running Prime95, the CPU will run as high as 4.7 GHz for the first few seconds until reaching a core temperature of 88 C. Thereafter, clock rate drops to a steady 4.5 to 4.6 GHz in order to maintain a cooler core temperature of 83 C."

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The laptop in question is running a 9900k so I'm inclined to believe that an 8700k could run at 5 Ghz without throttling depending on the workload.
"Depending on workload" being the operative phrase. An 8700k at 100% load and 5.0 Ghz.? Only in your delusions. I'd bet you couldn't even get 75% load without throttling.

Airflow has as much to do w/how well a given heatsink works as well as the heatsink itself and both of those factors on any laptop are going to be severely restricted vis-a-vis practically any tower setup anywhere.

On another note, how well is the VRM circuitry on this laptop going to hold up to 130 Watts? Or are those MOSFET's going to be burning up?
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"Depending on workload" being the operative phrase. An 8700k at 100% load and 5.0 Ghz.? Only in your delusions. I'd bet you couldn't even get 75% load without throttling.

Airflow has as much to do w/how well a given heatsink works as well as the heatsink itself and both of those factors on any laptop are going to be severely restricted vis-a-vis practically any tower setup anywhere.

On another note, how well is the VRM circuitry on this laptop going to hold up to 130 Watts? Or are those MOSFET's going to be burning up?
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And proof is better than speculation, so let's see the proof.
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Quote: Originally Posted by 8051 View Post
"Depending on workload" being the operative phrase. An 8700k at 100% load and 5.0 Ghz.? Only in your delusions. I'd bet you couldn't even get 75% load without throttling.

Airflow has as much to do w/how well a given heatsink works as well as the heatsink itself and both of those factors on any laptop are going to be severely restricted vis-a-vis practically any tower setup anywhere.

On another note, how well is the VRM circuitry on this laptop going to hold up to 130 Watts? Or are those MOSFET's going to be burning up?
i made the mistake of picking up one of the first dual core laptops. VRMs got hot enough to melt it to my desk @ school

luckily, getting it replaced via rma very few months wasn't much of an issue.

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Quote: Originally Posted by 8051 View Post
"Depending on workload" being the operative phrase. An 8700k at 100% load and 5.0 Ghz.? Only in your delusions. I'd bet you couldn't even get 75% load without throttling.

Airflow has as much to do w/how well a given heatsink works as well as the heatsink itself and both of those factors on any laptop are going to be severely restricted vis-a-vis practically any tower setup anywhere.

On another note, how well is the VRM circuitry on this laptop going to hold up to 130 Watts? Or are those MOSFET's going to be burning up?

Here's a video proving you wrong:


And here's another proof:



Source: http://forum.notebookreview.com/threads/the-mighty-clevo-p870dm-g-phoenix-gets-an-8700k-and-gtx-1080-upgrade.814711/page-53#post-10744834


If you need more proof, feel free to dive into the countless threads in notebookreview.com regarding overclocking Clevo laptops. Or, you could just keep believing whatever it is that you wanna believe.
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i wouldnt be supprised he moded his desk to pump AC air into it like some ppl did with their laptops while ''benching''. there is no way in hell he has 8700k at 1.3v @5GHZ in 70c on freakin air, just **** xd
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In an earlier post in this thread someone advocate using liquid metal TIM to produce better cooling in a laptop.

Liquid metal tends to "pump out" from between the two surfaces with heating and cooling cycles which, in a laptop, tend to be more exaggerated than on a desktop CPU. I wouldn't want liquid metal spilling over onto other electronic components nearby.

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That was probably me mentioning it. When applying the LM you need to create barriers to prevent runoff. In some cases you also need to seal nearby components with a high temp potting application. It's definitely not something for the faint of heart.

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you're using too much LM

you gotta pulllllllllllllllllll it out from that tiny dot.

hmmm... or just switch to those solder pads from extremeRigs or whatever it was.

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