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post #1 of 39 (permalink) Old 03-31-2020, 08:47 AM - Thread Starter
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[Overclock3d] 3950X in a laptop

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XMG's new APEX 15 laptop brings 16 Ryzen cores to mobile systems

https://www.overclock3d.net/news/sys...bile_systems/1

still not entirely sure this isn't an early April fools. The original site link to the product stopped loading https://www.xmg.gg/en/en/xmg-apex-15

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post #2 of 39 (permalink) Old 03-31-2020, 09:55 AM
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still not entirely sure this isn't an early April fools. The original site link to the product stopped loading https://www.xmg.gg/en/en/xmg-apex-15
Its a Clevo based system they have an x299 laptop and a z390 laptop too, so this was just a matter of time.

Some tweaking for @ 4ghz with good 3600mhz ram and this machine will be a portable rendering station.

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Its a Clevo based system they have an x299 laptop and a z390 laptop too, so this was just a matter of time.

Some tweaking for @4GHz with good 3600mhz ram and this machine will be a portable rendering station.

Why would you even bother overclocking? 32 threads even at something like 3GHz would annihilate any rendering task. Also... good lord how hot is that chassis gonna be?

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Quote: Originally Posted by Awsan View Post
Its a Clevo based system they have an x299 laptop and a z390 laptop too, so this was just a matter of time.

Some tweaking for @4GHz with good 3600mhz ram and this machine will be a portable rendering station.
I can't remember what OCing zen is like... is it possible to manually set all core clocks without disabling turbo boost for individual cores?

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Why would you even bother overclocking? 32 threads even at something like 3GHz would annihilate any rendering task. Also... good lord how hot is that chassis gonna be?
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I can't remember what OCing zen is like... is it possible to manually set all core clocks without disabling turbo boost for individual cores?
You can go with a PBO profile but @ 4ghz its more than enough for anything even single core load.

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clevo had a 11.6 with i7 processor and 650m back in the days. They can do a ryzen 16 core in a laptop with decent thermal!

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Expect it to weigh the typical Clevo/Sager 7.5 pounds for the top tier model. The cooling will be just fine. These 15.6" Clevo laptops currently run the Desktop i9-9900K and can handle overclocking, albeit with a rather high fan %.

There are many more variations available to look at here - https://xoticpc.com/collections/sager-clevo-laptops

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A 3990X can maintain decent clocks while not going beyond high-end mobile GPUs in terms of thermal density and overall power budget. So, Clevo, are you listening?
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Kind of reminds me of the 12c/24t xeon laptop eurocom made.

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