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    PC Specialist 15.6" Recoil III GTX

    Core i7-9750H and GeForce GTX 1660 Ti go mobile.
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    Re: PC Specialist 15.6" Recoil III GTX

    4.5GHZ Boost!!!

    ...all 30 seconds of it.

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    Re: PC Specialist 15.6" Recoil III GTX

    Quote Originally Posted by Bagpuss View Post
    4.5GHZ Boost!!!

    ...all 30 seconds of it.
    Yeh, I was thinking that. Lower boosts that last longer would make a lot more sense in a gaming laptop. Perhaps not so much in a productivity system where you just want it to load word or photoshop fast but a gaming system wants sustained performance, not 30 seconds of blazing before turning into a small star.

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    Re: PC Specialist 15.6" Recoil III GTX

    "PC Specialist's svelte Recoil III GTX manages to keep temperatures in check, but doing so requires a combination of throttling and loud fan speeds."

    Can we get some actual numbers? or is the loudness and throttling measured with a banana?

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    Re: PC Specialist 15.6" Recoil III GTX

    "PC Specialist's svelte Recoil III GTX manages to keep temperatures in check, but doing so requires a combination of throttling and loud fan speeds."

    Can we get some actual numbers? or is the loudness and throttling measured with a banana?

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    Re: PC Specialist 15.6" Recoil III GTX

    It throttles at 75C? That's low, isn't it?

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    Re: PC Specialist 15.6" Recoil III GTX

    Quote Originally Posted by edmundhonda View Post
    It throttles at 75C? That's low, isn't it?
    Depends on where you're taking the measurement. 75C at the CPU core might be a little low. 75C on the baws however....

    Also useful in assessing throttling would the Tau value. These manufacturers will be setting it based on R&D so comparing how long it'll boost for could be very useful and give a good idea of the thermals as established by the manufacturer.

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