Wednesday, November 15th 2017

OriginPC Announces Gaming Laptops Powered by Core i7-8700K

ORIGIN PC launched upgraded models of their award-winning EON15-X, EON17-X, and EON17-SLX high-performance gaming laptops and their ORIGIN ND-17, NS-17 and NS-15 professional high-performance laptops today. Gamers, enthusiasts, and professionals all over the world can unleash mobile dominance with ORIGIN PC's new EON, ND and NS laptops featuring Intel's latest 8th generation "Coffee Lake" desktop processors up to an Intel Core i7 8700K and with ORIGIN PC's benchmark-breaking professional CPU overclocking.

Thanks to ORIGIN PC's CPU overclocking and Intel's 8th generation Core processors you can easily live stream your gameplay experiences, record gameplay, edit clips, and post your epic highlights faster than ever on the go! The new EON, ND and NS laptops also feature support for up to DUAL NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 graphics, up to 64GB of DDR4 Memory, PCIe NVMe m.2 drives in RAID, and optional 1080p 120Hz displays or 4K displays; both with NVIDIA G-SYNC support.
"Benchmarks like a desktop, but you can carry it like a laptop," said Kevin Wasielewski ORIGIN PC CEO and co-founder. "With up to 6-cores of processing power and CPU/GPU overclocking, ORIGIN PC's latest gaming and professional laptops are truly remarkable."

The New EON17-X and NS-17 Features
  • 120Hz 1080p Display or 4K Matte Display Options
  • Up to an Intel Core i7 8700K 6-Core Desktop Processor
  • Professional ORIGIN PC CPU and GPU Overclocking
  • NVIDIA G-SYNC Support
  • Up to an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Desktop Class Graphics Card
  • VR Ready
  • Up to 64GB of DDR4 Memory 3000Mhz
  • Up to Dual 1TB PCIe NVMe m.2 Drives in RAID 0/1 + 2 SSD/HDD
  • (2) USB 3.1 Gen2 Type-C Ports and (4) USB 3.0 Ports
  • FREE Lifetime 24/7 US Based Support
The New EON15-X and NS-15 Features
  • FHD 1080p IPS Matte Display
  • Up to an Intel Core i7 8700K 6-Core Desktop Processor
  • Professional ORIGIN PC CPU and GPU Overclocking
  • NVIDIA G-SYNC Support
  • Up to an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 Desktop Class Graphics Card
  • VR Ready
  • Up to 64GB of DDR4 Memory at 3000Mhz
  • Up to Dual 1TB PCIe NVMe m.2 Drives in RAID 0 0/1 + 2 SSD/HDD
  • (2) USB 3.1 Gen2 Type-C Ports, (3) USB 3.0 Ports, and (1) USB 2.0 Port
  • FREE Lifetime 24/7 US Based Support
The New EON17-SLX and ND-17 Features
  • 120Hz 1080p Display or 4K Matte Display Options
  • Up to an Intel Core i7 8700K 6-Core Desktop Processor
  • NVIDIA G-SYNC Support
  • Up to Dual NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Desktop Class Graphics Cards
  • VR Ready
  • Up to 64GB of DDR4 Memory at 3000Mhz
  • Support 3 PCIe NVME drives in RAID 0/1 + 2 SSD/HDD
  • (2) USB 3.1 Gen2 Type-C Ports, (5) USB 3.0 Ports
  • FREE Lifetime 24/7 US Based Support
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26 Comments on OriginPC Announces Gaming Laptops Powered by Core i7-8700K

#1
P4-630
The Way It's Meant to be Played
No wonder there aren't prices mentioned....:p
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#2
ironwolf
:wtf: Those model numbers are a mess!
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#3
peche
Thermaltake fanboy
desktop class GTX 1080, 64GB DDR4, overclockeable... well seems aggressive for laptops, would like to see moar about its cooling...
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#4
P4-630
The Way It's Meant to be Played
"peche said:
desktop class GTX 1080, 64GB DDR4, overclockeable... well seems aggressive for laptops, would like to see moar about its cooling...
I sold my gaming laptop a month ago or so.
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#5
peche
Thermaltake fanboy
"P4-630 said:
I'm no longer interested in "gaming" laptops, they are just too expensive for what you get IMO...
You might be able to build a 1080ti desktop system for such money...

I sold my gaming laptop a month ago or so.
Well said, now days the words " Gaming - Game Ready and gaming edition" means just let me take you money fool,

I personally dont like laptops that much, i rather desktop PC, but is pretty funny to see some specs like "Desktop Grade GPU" or the most scary one: "overclock-able laptop", come on....

"Overclocking in a laptop is as bad as staring at your sister's boobs intentionally, watching is not bad, but you still know that is incorrect....Period"

im glad you just sold your gaming unit, i hope you get a better vaporizer instead! a mech one! lolz:clap::laugh:
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#6
P4-630
The Way It's Meant to be Played
"peche said:
im glad you just sold your gaming unit, i hope you get a better vaporizer instead! a mech one! lolz:clap::laugh:
Check my system specs or in my sig:)
I bought a 14" laptop.
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#7
peche
Thermaltake fanboy
"P4-630 said:
Check my system specs or in my sig:)
I bought a 14" laptop.
so no new mech :(
just joking, have a nice day lad!

Regards,
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#8
Hood
"P4-630 said:
No wonder there aren't prices mentioned....:p
All they show is "starting at" prices on their website, all around $2000 in their cheapest config
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#9
Manu_PT
Clevo sells 8700k + gtx1070 + 120hz screen 15/17 for 1500€.

The problem is not the price, is the cooling, i doubt you can even sustain 4,4ghz with less than 85º on these CPUs, even with delid. More like undervolting and sticking to 4ghz, wich is useless, as in January we have the i7 8700hq (proper laptop models with 45w) incoming with similar clocks. And with 2,4kg laptops instead of 4kg beasts that remind us of the 2000s laptops.
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#10
lexluthermiester
I like this beast. It'll be great for LAN party's and mobile computing. Eurocom and Clevo have been doing this for years giving near desktop performance on a very mobile form-factor. This thing will likely give the same experiences.
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#11
Vayra86
LOL 8700k in a laptop. This thing might even throttle to the moon! Such a tremendous waste of silicon... just grab an 8600k, 1070 vanilla and keep it cooler so it clocks higher and actually survives 2-3 years. And even that is pushing it IMO.
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#12
Manu_PT
"Vayra86 said:
LOL 8700k in a laptop. This thing might even throttle to the moon! Such a tremendous waste of silicon... just grab an 8600k, 1070 vanilla and keep it cooler so it clocks higher and actually survives 2-3 years. And even that is pushing it IMO.
I would say a GTX 1060 even. A 8600k with more than 4,2ghz (depending on silicon lottery) will still throttle. But like I said these models make no sense, after i7 8700HQ and i5 8300hq are released.
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#13
arbby1212
"Manu_PT said:
I would say a GTX 1060 even. A 8600k with more than 4,2ghz (depending on silicon lottery) will still throttle. But like I said these models make no sense, after i7 8700HQ and i5 8300hq are released.
what a pointless cpu 8700hq, and 8300hq are. complete rip off with terrible silicon quality. I will take a 8700k and throttle anyday over those HQ processors. besides, I have had Eurocom's laptop since their haswell 4790k CPU, 5775C, 6700k and 7700k, all run fine and overclock just fine without throttle. simple delid on the later generation CPU and undervolt and problem solved.

sounds to me you are quite bad in computer and overclocking a laptop hmmm?
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#14
Manu_PT
"arbby1212 said:
what a pointless cpu 8700hq, and 8300hq are. complete rip off with terrible silicon quality. I will take a 8700k and throttle anyday over those HQ processors. besides, I have had Eurocom's laptop since their haswell 4790k CPU, 5775C, 6700k and 7700k, all run fine and overclock just fine without throttle. simple delid on the later generation CPU and undervolt and problem solved.

sounds to me you are quite bad in computer and overclocking a laptop hmmm?
Yeahm can we stop talking about quad cores now? I guess you´re the one clueless about hardware overall. We talking about 6 core chips that get toasty, way more than Skylake and Kabylake. You have no idea about how hot a 8700k gets, delid won´t save it on a laptop. Check notebookcheck forums and go figure.

Sure, you are smart, you prefer to grab a 4kg laptop that is as large as the year 2003 units and let it throttle for days while reaching constant 80º-90º, instead of waiting for a proper 45w chip that will do almost the same clocks you can do without throttling on the 8700k and with 2,2kg.
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#15
arbby1212
"Manu_PT said:
Yeahm can we stop talking about quad cores now? I guess you´re the one clueless about hardware overall. We talking about 6 core chips that get toasty, way more than Skylake and Kabylake. You have no idea about how hot a 8700k gets, delid won´t save it on a laptop. Check notebookcheck forums and go figure.

Sure, you are smart, you prefer to grab a 4kg laptop that is as large as the year 2003 units and let it throttle for days while reaching constant 80º-90º, instead of waiting for a proper 45w chip that will do almost the same clocks you can do without throttling on the 8700k and with 2,2kg.
i heard they upgrade the heatsink for the new laptop that can use 8700k, i dont see any problem ! your laptop sense is off, get that checked up
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#16
Vayra86
"arbby1212 said:
i heard they upgrade the heatsink for the new laptop that can use 8700k, i dont see any problem ! your laptop sense is off, get that checked up
Welcome to TPU, I see you have a lot to learn, please allow yourself to get educated. Everybody wins

Meanwhile, lets do a simple google search to see how prevalent throttling is in laptops shall we?
https://www.google.nl/search?q=throttling+laptops&oq=throttling+laptops&aqs=chrome..69i57j0.3727j0j9&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8

Enjoy, and take special note of the WIDE range of CPUs that suffer from this and the date/year all of these entries come from, all of them with (much) lower TDPs than the 8700k and a vast majority of them not in ultrabooks, but normal/average sized laptops just like the one in this topic. It'll develop some laptop sense in a good way :)
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#17
Fluffmeister
Meh, I'd rather have my Intel CPU sharing a bed with Vega.

It's the future.
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#18
arbby1212
"Vayra86 said:
Welcome to TPU, I see you have a lot to learn, please allow yourself to get educated. Everybody wins

Meanwhile, lets do a simple google search to see how prevalent throttling is in laptops shall we?
https://www.google.nl/search?q=throttling+laptops&oq=throttling+laptops&aqs=chrome..69i57j0.3727j0j9&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8

Enjoy, and take special note of the WIDE range of CPUs that suffer from this and the date/year all of these entries come from, all of them with (much) lower TDPs than the 8700k and a vast majority of them not in ultrabooks, but normal/average sized laptops just like the one in this topic. It'll develop some laptop sense in a good way :)
what a pointless search for throttling :)

majority of population who owns laptop dont overclock let alone understand overclock and what needs to be done to not throttle. you simply searched those majority of posts and further proved yourself wrong. take in more results of silly users and you'll become silly too ;)
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#19
Vayra86
"arbby1212 said:
what a pointless search for throttling :)

majority of population who owns laptop dont overclock let alone understand overclock and what needs to be done to not throttle. you simply searched those majority of posts and further proved yourself wrong. take in more results of silly users and you'll become silly too ;)
Wow. Something got lost in translation, I do hope? Is English your first language?

If not, please re-read carefully what I said. Throttling has zero relation to overclocking per se, it can occur on any CPU in any build, depending on how well it can cool. The search would show you exactly that: a wide range of CPUs, both overclockable and regular, all suffering from throttling in a wide range of laptops from budget to high end, and ALL of them have lower TDP CPUs inside than the 8700k or even the 8600k.

The only laptops that avoid this are the super bulky ones - and this originPC is not that.
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#20
arbby1212
"Vayra86 said:
Wow. Something got lost in translation, I do hope? Is English your first language?

If not, please re-read carefully what I said. Throttling has zero relation to overclocking per se, it can occur on any CPU in any build, depending on how well it can cool. The search would show you exactly that: a wide range of CPUs, both overclockable and regular, all suffering from throttling in a wide range of laptops from budget to high end, and ALL of them have lower TDP CPUs inside than the 8700k or even the 8600k.

The only laptops that avoid this are the super bulky ones - and this originPC is not that.
surprisingly I just came across this the other day,
http://forum.notebookreview.com/threads/clevo-overclockers-lounge.788975/page-1483#post-10655453

it's alright to admit when you're wrong Vayra86, don't need to feed yourself with stupid consumers and their lies and stupidity. these computer are very capable and amazing!

annnnd just for laughs, bga joke books performance in a 9000$ laptop.
http://forum.notebookreview.com/threads/clevo-overclockers-lounge.788975/page-1493#post-10658778
http://forum.notebookreview.com/threads/clevo-overclockers-lounge.788975/page-1493#post-10658781

1080 sli getting outdone by 1070 sli overclocked
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#21
Vayra86
"arbby1212 said:
surprisingly I just came across this the other day,
http://forum.notebookreview.com/threads/clevo-overclockers-lounge.788975/page-1483#post-10655453

it's alright to admit when you're wrong Vayra86, don't need to feed yourself with stupid consumers and their lies and stupidity. these computer are very capable and amazing!

annnnd just for laughs, bga joke books performance in a 9000$ laptop.
http://forum.notebookreview.com/threads/clevo-overclockers-lounge.788975/page-1493#post-10658778
http://forum.notebookreview.com/threads/clevo-overclockers-lounge.788975/page-1493#post-10658781

1080 sli getting outdone by 1070 sli overclocked
We were talking about CPUs and you barge in with overclocked Clevo's? You're not making sense. The model in the article we are discussing is NOT a Clevo barebone. An 8700k is also NOT an SLI GPU in a heavily modded chassis, might even be open chassis for all we know.

Running a bench/stress test of five minutes and prolonged usage of a laptop in a NORMAL environment are two wildly different use cases. You literally pointed that out yourself in your previous post. Fact remains; if you don't heavily mod the OriginPC of this article, it will throttle like no tomorrow, and its limited cooling heavily limits any OC, if you can achieve it at all.

Get your argumentation checked out, I'd say. When you've learned to compare apples to apples, we can continue this discussion. Until then please don't bother.
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#22
lexluthermiester
"arbby1212 said:
majority of population who owns laptop dont overclock let alone understand overclock and what needs to be done to not throttle.
Anyone who is going to buy one of the notebooks in the article above is going to know about those kinds of things, or will want to learn. Your points are pointless and you seem to be arguing for the sake of creating drama. Do be quiet unless you have something constructive and/or interesting that actually adds to the conversation.
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#23
arbby1212
"Vayra86 said:
We were talking about CPUs and you barge in with overclocked Clevo's? You're not making sense. The model in the article we are discussing is NOT a Clevo barebone. An 8700k is also NOT an SLI GPU in a heavily modded chassis, might even be open chassis for all we know.

Running a bench/stress test of five minutes and prolonged usage of a laptop in a NORMAL environment are two wildly different use cases. You literally pointed that out yourself in your previous post. Fact remains; if you don't heavily mod the OriginPC of this article, it will throttle like no tomorrow, and its limited cooling heavily limits any OC, if you can achieve it at all.

Get your argumentation checked out, I'd say. When you've learned to compare apples to apples, we can continue this discussion. Until then please don't bother.
"lexluthermiester said:
Anyone who is going to buy one of the notebooks in the article above is going to know about those kinds of things, or will want to learn. Your points are pointless and you seem to be arguing for the sake of creating drama. Do be quiet unless you have something constructive and/or interesting that actually adds to the conversation.
LMFAOOOOO LOLLLLL typical losers and form of argument "people wont bother learning it" LOLOL

first you argued about performance, then once proven LGA in a laptop overclocked is totally fine, then you proceed to bring up anything else that will help you with your argument after you have lost the first one and the very point you're trying to make.

mentioning a bunch of less relevant facts doesnt make it more factual :) originally by vayra86 was 8700k was pointless in a laptop, but proven better performance, cooling than soldered CPUs, then onto less important things. let me TELL you what your next argument will be, pricing, thickness, portability. HAHAHHAHAHAH people like you are so easy to predict.
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#24
lexluthermiester
"arbby1212 said:
LMFAOOOOO LOLLLLL typical losers and form of argument "people wont bother learning it" LOLOL first you argued about performance, then once proven LGA in a laptop overclocked is totally fine, then you proceed to bring up anything else that will help you with your argument after you have lost the first one and the very point you're trying to make.
mentioning a bunch of less relevant facts doesnt make it more factual :) originally by vayra86 was 8700k was pointless in a laptop, but proven better performance, cooling than soldered CPUs, then onto less important things. let me TELL you what your next argument will be, pricing, thickness, portability. HAHAHHAHAHAH people like you are so easy to predict.
Oh ok, welcome to the ignored list.
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#25
DRDNA
I have seen more than a few overclockable laptops and have had a chance to overclock them and test them out and seen no issues at all with throttling....... these were indeed nice laptops though and not on the cheap at all...... BUT if you really want a overclocking machine the a desktop is the spot to be but people on latops are NOT looking to break records but just to have a good gaming experience....please do carry on.;)

Everything about unlocked CPU's is better, better everything otherwise they would have been binned as locked CPU's this is fact.:rockout::clap::peace:That also includes the ability for higher clocks with lower volts than the non K counter part generally.



Here's a screenie after 1 hour and 25 minutes of DIrt 4 gaming on my HQ CPU with a GTX 960 @ 1080P with 4XAF and CMAA with most everything on high at 60 FPS Vsync lock

ASUS GL553VW 15.6" Gaming Laptop NVIDIA GTX 960M 4GB Intel Core i56300HQ 8GB DDR4
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