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Posted by: John_Kaster
« on: April 09, 2019, 20:32:50 »

One of the best laptop I've ever had, I really want someone to make a review about this laptop on notebookcheck but I couldn't find any. The specs are good, the heat pipes are pretty sturdy in cooling. Even though you should not unplug and overclock to play because the battery is pretty low (getting around 1h using non-overclocked). It really bulky with around 4kg (10lbs maybe?) but I'm using it for table use not portable so it is ok. The price is totally @@@@. I ship it from America to Southeast Asia which cost from $2999 to $4000. I know you guys will say, buy cheap laptop and build your own pc but I really like the slick design and I couldn't buy a desktop for my table so yeah. If you have any question, feel free to ask me about the product because on both Youtube & Notebookcheck haven't have a review about his yet.

How can I contact you to ask a couple of questions?
Posted by: Nguyen Ha An
« on: December 14, 2017, 17:18:36 »

One of the best laptop I've ever had, I really want someone to make a review about this laptop on notebookcheck but I couldn't find any. The specs are good, the heat pipes are pretty sturdy in cooling. Even though you should not unplug and overclock to play because the battery is pretty low (getting around 1h using non-overclocked). It really bulky with around 4kg (10lbs maybe?) but I'm using it for table use not portable so it is ok. The price is totally @@@@. I ship it from America to Southeast Asia which cost from $2999 to $4000. I know you guys will say, buy cheap laptop and build your own pc but I really like the slick design and I couldn't buy a desktop for my table so yeah. If you have any question, feel free to ask me about the product because on both Youtube & Notebookcheck haven't have a review about his yet.
Posted by: Paulli
« on: September 11, 2017, 10:29:10 »

Wow, you seem pretty angry there friend. What makes you thinks this is a disposable BGA turdbook? Going after the reviews of sc15/17, the build quality is pretty good...
And the adapter is a 300W one.
Posted by: Mr. Fox
« on: August 12, 2017, 22:49:31 »

Wow, $ 3K for a disposable BGA turdbook is pretty crazy. And, with the specs it has it will never be any good at overclocking as they advertise. It simply can't with those specs.

A Tornado F5 / EVOC 16L-G-1080 or a Clevo P870 with 7700K and single 200W 1080 will tear its head off and poop down its neck. My 1080 notebook GPUs pull more than 240W all by themselves with a nice overclock.

I can not imagine how this jokebook can even function properly with a 240W AC adapter. It must be severely crippled.
Posted by: Redaktion
« on: August 11, 2017, 22:16:06 »

This latest gaming laptop from EVGA is designed for maximum performance. Its overclock-friendly specs and software make it appealing to hardcore users; unfortunately, its high price erodes some of its allure.

https://www.notebookcheck.net/The-EVGA-SC17-1080-G-SYNC-gaming-laptop-is-now-available.241034.0.html

 
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