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Posted by: Schenker Technologies
« on: July 22, 2013, 18:47:50 »

Hi

We can confirm that the 660M in the A522 runs at the same speeds as the review suggests, which are:

- Stock Core clock is 835MHz
- Boost Core Clock is 950MHz
- Memory runs at 1250MHz/2500MHz

The GPU clock is not locked lower than this and the A522 that our customers receive shows the same clock speeds and performance as the notebookcheck review suggests!

Regards

Schenker Technologies
Posted by: ttm320
« on: January 22, 2013, 16:04:31 »

Hello

It’s a good review.
Unfortunately The GTX660M is locked  on 405 MGZ from factory and
It makes the expensive GTX 660M almost useless.
I am in opinion that you had to mention  this important detail in your test report.

Regards

Tom

Hallo
Es ist eine gute Bewertung.
Leider Die GTX660M auf 405 MGZ ab Werk verschlossen und
Es macht die teure GTX 660M fast nutzlosIch bin in der Meinung,
dass Sie dieses wichtige Detail in Ihrem Prüfbericht erwähnt hatte.Grüße

Tom
Posted by: Redaktion
« on: August 13, 2012, 09:00:35 »

Kepler power. Schenker's 15 inch XMG A522 is especially aimed at price-conscious gamers. Nvidia's brand new 28 nm GeForce GTX 660M GPU bids the perfect blend of performance and energy-efficiency. The battery life is not to come too short either thanks to Optimus. A well-rounded package?

http://www.notebookcheck.net/Review-Schenker-XMG-A522-Clevo-W350ET-barebones-Notebook.80018.0.html

 
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