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Posted by: faenil
« on: October 17, 2019, 09:14:51 »

@Notebookcheck's testers:

when testing CPU heat dissipation with P95, please ensure the IA cores are taking almost all the cpu package power.

In your screenshots, they take 5xW out of the 65W.

That is because the GPU is running, even though it'd idle.
This might be caused by a known issue recently fixed in the latest Control Center release, or by the fact that the nVidia preferences are not set to prioritize the Intel card.

When the dGPU is on, about 10W of the CPU Package Power budget (for some reason) are not available to the IA cores anymore.

If you make sure the GPU is disabled, you will see IA cores reach 62-63W out of 65W and the temps will increase accordingly.

Please note, this is not only specific to the Fusion 15, it applies to all of your reviews.
Please make sure the dGPU is off when doing p95 tests, or the results might be skewed towards one laptop or another :)
Posted by: phila_delphia
« on: October 17, 2019, 07:41:23 »

Guess it depends on the size of the cooling sistem as well -> Bigger fans and heatpipe on an 17 inch nochtebook will profit frim liquid metla more I guess... (on my 17'' lqm made a huge difference at least).

Best regards

phil
Posted by: RicoViking9000
« on: October 17, 2019, 01:11:09 »

Ah ok so not quite as good as Dave Lee says - this article basically says that the Dell G7 offers better CPU performance and extremely comparable thermals
Posted by: Redaktion
« on: October 16, 2019, 21:28:53 »

Expect CPU and GPU temperatures of 80 C and 74 C, respectively, when gaming on the Eluktronics MAG 15 equipped with Thermal Grizzly and Cooler Master thermal pastes. Results are about the same when compared to standard silicon paste on this particular chassis.

https://www.notebookcheck.net/Intel-Eluktronics-MAG-15-laptop-with-Thermal-Grizzly-Conductonaut-and-Cooler-Master-MasterGel-thermal-pastes-offer-just-marginal-temperature-improvements.439535.0.html

 
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