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Ionico 17 review

NBrooke

New member
New benchmark values with this update to power levels? Be interested to see how the firestrike score for this stacks up to the previous runs you've submitted!
 

Macco26

Rising Star
I've published the new Firestrike in the benchmark thread.
However Firestrike:

Timespy:

They are not so much higher because for how 3Dmark works, it rarely pushes both CPU and GPU at the same time, so Dynamic Boost is enough to push GPU wattage when required, it's just in the combined short part it might be a difference.
New CC can also overclock GPU core/VRAM, a thing I haven't done yet, though.
 

Macco26

Rising Star
It's no HDR, and it goes above 300, like 320 or so, that's what I've seen by many reviewers of same panel (but on different System integrators).
You can get an idea by YT search for 'Jarrod 1440p', with a video of last December for the same 15 and 17 1440p panels used here.
 

barlew

MOST VALUED CONTRIBUTOR
PCS offers 3.1.23 now if you want, you should try it in your accont's download portal. You should be fine if you're ok with disabled PL limits in Office mode (people had told me).

Sorry mate I'm not deliberately hounding you.
Sorry mate I'm not deliberately hounding you.

I just want to point out to anyone reading this as it is important, just because the version of CC you are referring too comes from the same OEM does not mean it is compatible with the Ionico.

The OEM configures each chassis as per the specification of each system reseller. This means they have to configure CC individually for each system reseller.

The CC v3.9.18 which is currently out in the wild has not been configured for the Ionico which is one of the reasons people on this forum will tell users to stay away from it.
 
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Cenksenci

Bronze Level Poster
Sorry mate I'm not deliberately hounding you.

I just want to point out to anyone reading this as it is important, just because the version of CC you are referring too comes from the same OEM does not mean it is compatible with the Ionico.

The OEM configures each chassis as per the specification of each system reseller. This means they have to configure CC individually for each system reseller.

The CC v3.9.18 which is currently out in the wild has not been configured for the Ionico which is one of the reasons people on this forum will tell users to stay away from it.
 
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