Sager NP9570 TI USB 3.0 Driver
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Sager NP9570 TI USB 3.0 Driver
Multiple benchmarks were run, at three different resolution settings: Note that not all games had great SLI scaling or even worked at all.
More an issue of the game than the drivers or hardware. LCD Before I get into all the fun stuff of thermals and power and gaming benchmarks, I thought I'd folow up with some more details on the Sager NP9570 TI USB 3.0 There was no backlight bleed whatsoever and the Hz refresh really makes it look crisp and responsive.
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After a teardown and repaste, it was found that the GPU's require a significant amount of thermal paste to properly transfer heat from the GPU to the heatsink. For this, a thick and excellent heat transfer medium is desired, and in this case, IC Diamond, since it has great thermal transfer and remains thick even when hot. Sager NP9570 TI USB 3.0
Two lines the length of the die were applied and this resulted in GPU temps remaining under the 91C Sager NP9570 TI USB 3.0 limit. Of course running high fan speeds isn't always ideal since the noise generated is quite substantial. Very loud in fact, although it did drop temps for the CPU down in the mid 80C range at stock voltage and master GPU into the mid 80C range even with a poor thermal paste job. See this video showing fan noise and temps: For the CPU, the thermal paste from the factory appeared to be adequate, so other measures had to be taken.
Recent Intel desktop chips, Skylake in particular, have been known to run with much higher than required voltages.
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So using the Clevo CPU and Memory overclocking utility, the CPU voltage was able to be dropped safely by mV which resulted in CPU running at less than 80C typically in high load scenarios without detriment to performance and running Sager NP9570 TI USB 3.0 stock 4. Initial inspection of the heatpipe assembly while assembled to the laptop makes it look as if the CPU and GPU share the same assembly, but they do not.
Well, they kind of do, but only through a couple screws and a thermal pad between them, so the influence of the heat between the CPU and two GPU's wouldn't be as substantial as initially thought. In any case, with a little tuning it is Sager NP9570 TI USB 3.0 get the temperatures to a reasonable level. Note that your system from the manufacturer may have a fine thermal paste job.
All that being said, below are the temperature results after running a multitude of gaming, artificial 3D, and CPU benchmarks in various configurations. Peak temps as well as average temperatures were recorded. The system itself weighs a bit over 6 lbs as configured 6 lbs 3 oz with the W Measured laptop dimensions were about 15 x Sager NP9570 TI USB 3.0 So it's about an 8lbs package to lug around, which is reasonably light for the components it houses.
This specific model houses the 4k 60Hz LCD.
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While images and videos look crisp and clean, text can look a bit blurry due to Windows poor scaling, or apps that don't support it or support it well are only showed at the Sager NP9570 TI USB 3.0 pixel sizes which are miniscule at 4K on a 15" LCD. Below images of viewing angles look a lot more washed out than they really are.
It has very good viewing angles This is a G-sync display and it seems to work without issue, with G-sync mode detected and activated through the Nvidia control panel. Gaming was fluid at both 4K and p with no noticeable ghosting or Sager NP9570 TI USB 3.0, and any noticeable frame tearing Deus Ex: Mankind Divided was pretty apparent was easily remedied with activating the G-sync option.
I did attempt to overclock the 60Hz Sager NP9570 TI USB 3.0 as well, but was only successfully able to achieve 65Hz, so you're pretty much limited to 60FPS if you decide to activate G-sync.
Brightness was at about with a contrast of There is room for dual 7mm height 2. Otherwise it can accommodate only a single 9.
This particular model was fitted with a 1TB 2. Techspot offers a great review of this Sager NP9570 TI USB 3.0 here: The drive's formatted capacity is the same as any other GB drive though at So it's built for burst speeds, and frequent file transfers under 20GB should see significant speeds, while larger files will eventually crawl down to the speed of the TLC NAND as the buffer gets saturated.
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Unfortunately I do not have a spare M. But what I can show is regular benchmarks and "real world" file transfer speeds, and there don't seem to be any noticeable bottlenecks. Otherwise it idles at C, and regular use it can get in the mid to upper 30C range.
Benchmarks results can be seen below. The RAM in this system is of a brand I do not recognize, with "goldkey" stamped on all the chips, but it runs stable and no issues.
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