I've been noticing that about the 10 series laptops, some in the 15" range.slim bezels? nope...that hasn't appeared in gaming notebooks until new models were showcased at CES 2019.
your best bet though is to look at the Dell Gaming notebooks...the G7 is best, but G5 if prices are too rich for your blood.
Unfortunately the 20XX series is a hotter, more power hungry card. Hopefully the refinement of the Turing core will change that. Unlike the 10Series where you could get basically a fully (Minus the Max-Q) enabled core, the Turing ones (with some exceptions) are toned down quite a bit to fit the thermal profile.I've been noticing that about the 10 series laptops, some in the 15" range.
THis one has my interest and should be available Tuesday. Just a tad bigger than my Eurocom
I've been reading that several Asus models are prone to over heating and throttling. WIll the 20series run hotter or cooler than the 10series cards?
Good Stuff, let me know how it works out for you. I worry about the thermals still but usually they do a decent job of managing that these days. Hopefully you enjoy it!I'm picking up a ge75 tomorrow. Now that some reviews are out, seems like a decent unit
Are you getting a gs series?Good Stuff, let me know how it works out for you. I worry about the thermals still but usually they do a decent job of managing that these days. Hopefully you enjoy it!
My RTX unit isn't coming in until March. So I will have to watch everyone enjoy theirs for now lol.
Not 100% if you will void it or not. I know some of the Heatsink assemblies will be a PITA to remove, but I would check with the manufacturer to see.Are you getting a gs series?
Will it void the warranty to change thermal paste?
Very nice,Those look like monsters! If I didn't temporarily brick my Eurocom and have to wait 4 weeks-ish to get the ch341a to fix it I would have held off a bit.
Seems like most manufacturers aren't specifying whether or not they are the max-q version or not, so I'm not even sure which 2070 I'm getting in the MSI GE75.