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<<< THE "WINGMAN" P775DM1(-G) >>>

SPECS

Processor:

• Intel® Core™ i7-6700K processor (14nm, 4.0GHz, DDR4 2133MHz, 8MB Smart cache,TDP: 91W)

• Intel® Core™ i5-6600K processor (14nm, 3.5GHz, DDR4 2133MHz, 6MB Smart cache,TDP: 91W)

• Intel® Core™ i5-6500 processor (14nm, 3.2GHz, DDR4 2133MHz, 6MB Smart cache,TDP: 65W)

• Intel® Core™ i5-6400 processor (14nm, 2.7GHz, DDR4 2133MHz, 6MB Smart cache,TDP: 65W)

Support Intel® XTU over-clocking technology depends on CPU SKU

Core Logic:

• Intel® Z170 Express Chipset

Display:

• 17.3” (43.94cm) QFHD (3480x2160) / FHD (1920x1080) 16:9 panel, 4.0mm

Memory:

• Dual channel DDR4

• Four 260 pins SODIMM sockets, support DDR4 2133 MHz ( Real operation frequency depends on processor)

• Expandable memory up to 64GB, depends on 4GB/8GB/16GB SODIMM module 

Video Controller:

• NVIDIA® GeForce GTX 980 (N16E-GXX)

- 8GB GDDR5 Video RAM

- Support PCIe x16

- Microsoft DirectX® 12 compatible

- MXM3.0

- NVIDIA PhysX®

- GeForce CUDA™ technology

• Support 4 active displays

• Support NVIDIA® Surround View via HDMI x1 and miniDP x2 Storage

• Two changeable 2.5” 7/9.5mm(H) HDD/SSD, SATA interface (RAID 0/1)

• (Factory Option) Two M.2 2280 SSD SATA/PCIe Gen3x4 interface (RAID 0/1) 

Audio:

• High Definition Audio

• S/PDIF digital output

• Built in array microphone

• Built in two speakers

• Built in one subwoofer speaker

• ANSPTM 3D sound technology on headphone output

• SOUND BLASTER® X-FI® MB5

• External 7.1CH audio output supported by headphone, microphone, Line-in and S/PDIF jack

Keyboard and Pointing Device:

• Multi languages full color illuminated full size keyboard with numeric pad and anti-ghost keys

• Built in touch pad with multi-gesture and scrolling function

• W/A/S/D gaming key

I/O ports:

• 3 x USB 3.0 ports

• 1 x eSATA / USB 3.0 combo port (1 x powered USB port, AC/DC)

• 1 x USB 3.1 port • 2 x Display port 1.2

• 1 x HDMITM output port (with HDCP)

• 1 x Headphone jack

• 1 x Microphone jack

• 1 x S/PDIF output jack

• 1 x Line-in jack

• 1 x RJ-45 LAN port

• 1 x DC-in jack

Card Reader:

• 6-in-1 Push-Push Card reader - MMC / RSMMC - SD / mini SD / SDHC / SDXC up to UHS-ll

Slot:

• Three M.2 card slots

-1st for WLAN Combo M.2 2230 Card with PCIe and USB interface

-2nd for SSD M.2 2280 Card with SATA / PCIe Gen3x4 interface

-3rd for SSD M.2 2280 Card with SATA / PCIe Gen3x4 interface

Communication:

• Built in Qualcomm® 10/100/1000Mb Base-TX Ethernet LAN

• (Factory Option) Intel® Dual Band Wireless-AC 8260, 2x2 AC +BT M.2 2230 (Snowfield Peak)

• (Factory Option) Intel® Wireless-N 7265, 2x2 AC +BT M.2 2230 (Stone Peak 2)

• (Factory Option) Intel® Wireless-N 7265, 2x2 BGN +BT M.2 2230 (Stone Peak 2)

• (Factory Option) Intel® Dual Band Wireless-AC 3165, 1x1 AC +BT M.2 2230 (Stone Peak 1)

• (Factory Option) Qualcomm® Atheros Killer™ Wireless-AC 1535 Dual Band 2x2 AC +BT M.2  1630

• (Factory Option) Wireless LAN 802.11B/G/N + Bluetooth v4.0+LE Combo M.2 2230 Card module

• 2.0M FHD video camera

Power Supply:

• Full Range AC adapter, AC in 100~240V, 50~60Hz, DC output 19.5V, 16.9A, 330W

• Removable 8 cells Smart Lithium-lon battery pack, 82WH

• Battery life: (TBD) minutes (with NVIDIA® GeForce, 82WH Battery) 

Security:

• Kensington® Lock

•TPM 2.0

• (Factory Option) Finger print

Others Design:

• FlexiCharger (via BIOS)

OS Support:

• Windows®10 (64-bit) Certificate

• Windows®10 (64-bit) 

Dimension:

• 418(W) x 295.3(D) x 39.9(H) mm (TBD)

Weight:

• 3.9Kg, Including Barebone, VGA card and 82WH Battery

SYSTEM

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DEV-UNIT INSIDE-OUT

THX@XMG

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NEW MXM 3.0 FORM FACTOR 180W (115x83mm)

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STOCK BENCHMARK

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So, the difference b/w Phoenix and Wingman is just a little more design for cooling? Anything else?

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So, the difference b/w Phoenix and Wingman is just a little more design for cooling? Anything else?

No sli

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I like it design, the difference in cooling instead of normal P771DM is that this radiators are longer as i can see?

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Does anyone know how much of a performance difference there's going to be between the 180w and 200w versions found in the p775dm and the p870dm respectively? I was just looking at the bench results from the sky x9 posted here ( Thread: http://forum.techinferno.com/desktop-hardware/11201-introducing-desktop-laptop-eurocom-sky-x9.html Benchmarks: Generic VGA video card benchmark result - Intel Core i7-6700K,EUROCOM SKY X9 ) and was wondering if it would be possible to achieve similar performance with the "Wingman" and its 180 version gtx 980 with the Prema bios modifications and what not?

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Does anyone know how much of a performance difference there's going to be between the 180w and 200w versions found in the p775dm and the p870dm respectively? I was just looking at the bench results from the sky x9 posted here ( Thread: http://forum.techinferno.com/desktop-hardware/11201-introducing-desktop-laptop-eurocom-sky-x9.html Benchmarks: Generic VGA video card benchmark result - Intel Core i7-6700K,EUROCOM SKY X9 ) and was wondering if it would be possible to achieve similar performance with the "Wingman" and its 180 version gtx 980 with the Prema bios modifications and what not?

It won't be far off. The main difference will be maximum stable voltage as well as the systems cooling capacity.

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Prema, do you think this cooling system will deal with this spec (desktop skylake, and mobile 980 180W)?

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Prema, do you think this cooling system will deal with this spec (desktop skylake, and mobile 980 180W)?

considering how insanely cool the 980M already runs, the 180W 980 with larger heatsink fins area and thicker pipes should be totally alright, even coupled with a 6700K :) worst case scenario, itll break 80C when oced to the max :D in comparison to that, the 980M would have trouble breaking 70C under stress at max. oc with high ambient temps ;)

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the 980M would have trouble breaking 70C under stress at max. oc with high ambient temps ;)

I hope so, but P775DM wont be seeling with 980M, right?

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I hope so, but P775DM wont be seeling with 980M, right?

According to XMG, the P775DM will be available with 965M/970M/980M/180W GTX 980.

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According to XMG, the P775DM will be available with 965M/970M/980M/180W GTX 980.

Ou, that awesome :D, that monstrual cooling with ii 6600K and 980M for example will be extra cold :).

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According to XMG, the P775DM will be available with 965M/970M/980M/180W GTX 980.

Clevo lists them as two different models:

P775DM1 for GTX 980 and P775DM for GTX9xxM...

Not sure if they only differ in heatsink, so I would double check if you plan on upgrading a GTXxxM model to GTX 980 GPU later on.

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Do you guys know, when P775DM will be relased?
since NDAs are in place all we have is the rumor mill. In that vein, someone posted thought they heard near end of Dec.
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Eurocom's new Sky DLX7: Eurocom Future Models

Looks like a clevo, but haven't seen one like that before, and can't tell which clevo model it could be. For a 17.3'', it looks nicer than the P770-DM I think

What do you guys think of this one?

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Eurocom's new Sky DLX7: Eurocom Future Models

Looks like a clevo, but haven't seen one like that before, and can't tell which clevo model it could be. For a 17.3'', it looks nicer than the P770-DM I think

What do you guys think of this one?

It's the P775DM1, here their stock benches:

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Hi guy. I will be really happy if someone can told me: does this laptop contain any addition lights on the chassis or not? Like 750/770DM contain light strip at the front under keyboard and 870DM contain crossing light on the top of the cap. Thanks

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Hi guy. I will be really happy if someone can told me: does this laptop contain any addition lights on the chassis or not? Like 750/770DM contain light strip at the front under keyboard and 870DM contain crossing light on the top of the cap. Thanks

From what I can see, only the keyboard will light up (RGB). No other lights around the laptop.

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I'm trying to get out in front of the release and get stuff lined up ahead of time.

For a TIM, I was leaning toward Coolaboratory LU, but I have some other hardware I'd like to use it on as well, and I believe there are some aluminum pieces involved. Is Gelid GC-Extreme my next best option? Note, I'm not positive, but I thought I read it is safe for almost all heatsink materials.

Any advice?

TIA

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Hi guy. I will be really happy if someone can told me: does this laptop contain any addition lights on the chassis or not? Like 750/770DM contain light strip at the front under keyboard and 870DM contain crossing light on the top of the cap. Thanks

Based on the images uploaded thus far for this machine,it does look like there are no LCD Back-cover lights,the images i've seen thus far don't seem to show off the front bottom so maybe someone else can add their input.

This machine seems to be another interesting addition,I already got the 750DM because i needed slight portability,but later on i may get a bare-bones of one of those and swap out parts.It would be nice to have an option for the Desktop 980 in the 15 inchers,but based on the keyboard heat mine generates i don't think or don't know if it would be the greatest of ideas.

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There it is:

Eurocom Configure Model

Pretty expensive though, compared to their p770DM!

The Default eurocom configuration of the 775 is with the desktop GPU and also with the addition of the 4k screen,if you were to configure the 870DM to match it's (the 775) specs the 870 easily more expensive,although yes compared to other vendors i do agree it appears to be a few hundred bucks more expensive,that is with the 870DM atleast.For now though i'd assume the price to be a place holder and as information gets passed on prices will be adjusted accordingly.That was the case with the new sky x4 and sky mx5

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