Author Topic: Review Update Eurocom Racer 2.0 (Clevo P150EM barebones) Notebook  (Read 2544 times)


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Radeon Powerhouse. In this review update, the Clevo P150EM barebones takes the form of a Eurocom Racer 2.0 complete with one of the fastest quad-Core Ivy Bridge processors and the top-of-the-line AMD Tahiti GPU. Is this Radeon core a wiser option than the equivalent Nvidia offering?

Ben of Melb

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Enduro still got bugs?... Can the iGPU be disabled to at least make this gaming notebook a fully functional gaming notebook?  ::)


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Eurocom has confirmed with us that Enduro cannot be disabled. Likewise, the HD 4000 cannot be switched off completely.


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7970M (Pitcairn) != 7970 (Tahiti)

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On FurMark stress and Full stress screenshots You can clearly see, that the GPU was throttled down to 300/150 clocks, hence the very low temperatures. Anyway, IMHO screenshots should be of larger size. The ones You guys publish are simply too small. I need to look at my laptop's display from a distance of 10cm in order to be able to see anything.

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Re: Review Update Eurocom Racer 2.0 (Clevo P150EM barebones) Notebook
« Reply #5 on: December 08, 2012, 23:12:59 »
Hi! is there a reason the battery life is so short on this laptop?? Your other p150em review gives a much longer battery life
Is this the enduro problems that shortens it this much?? Is Optimus a better option for battery life?


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