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Review Fujitsu UH-X 13.3 4ZR1C14465, An Awesome UltraBook

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kl98
post Jan 24 2022, 02:50 PM

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QUOTE(norazwan79 @ Jan 23 2022, 06:00 PM)
I am currently using this laptop, i5 spec. The keyboard got backlit. Very satisfied with the performance. Only if it comes with a touch screen, I will give it five stars.
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how is thermal throttling? does it slow-down when it gets too hot?
TSjohny2k
post Jan 24 2022, 03:22 PM

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QUOTE(kl98 @ Jan 24 2022, 02:50 PM)
how is thermal throttling? does it slow-down when it gets too hot?
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This is for sure in thermal throttling bro. Especially this Fujitsu is design for lite usage. 🙂
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post Jan 24 2022, 04:15 PM

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This is for sure in thermal throttling bro. Especially this Fujitsu is design for lite usage. 🙂
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can you share details? under what sort of workload will it thermal throttle? and how soon? how bad is it?
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post Jan 24 2022, 10:48 PM

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QUOTE(kl98 @ Jan 24 2022, 04:15 PM)
can you share details? under what sort of workload will it thermal throttle? and how soon? how bad is it?
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I'm sorry to inform that I don't have any detail could share with you, I only could tell it happen when I play 3AAA games Resident Evil 3 Remake, cpu rapidly hit up to 95c and laggy.
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post Jan 29 2022, 07:51 PM

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hi all, want to confirm is the keyboard backlit for i7 version?
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post Jan 29 2022, 08:11 PM

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QUOTE(korbin @ Jan 29 2022, 07:51 PM)
hi all, want to confirm is the keyboard backlit for i7 version?
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I could confirm my i7-1165G7 with 16GB model (4ZR1C14465) no have backlit keyboard.
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post Feb 10 2022, 04:50 PM

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Using CH series

The overheating issue same like UH? Temp quite high more than 65 even using battery.

Is there any solution?
TSjohny2k
post Feb 10 2022, 05:10 PM

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QUOTE(mdzaboy @ Feb 10 2022, 04:50 PM)
Using CH series

The overheating issue same like UH? Temp quite high more than 65 even using battery.

Is there any solution?
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Last time I access bios to disable Intel Turbo Boost, this could solve my over heat problem. Maybe you could try it as well, laugh.gif
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post Feb 10 2022, 10:04 PM

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QUOTE(johny2k @ Feb 10 2022, 05:10 PM)
Last time I access bios to disable Intel Turbo Boost, this could solve my over heat problem. Maybe you could try it as well,  laugh.gif
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Cannot find that option/settings in that bios, I only see VT and gaussian & neural accelerator settings. sweat.gif
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post Jun 26 2022, 04:47 PM

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Hello all.

Would like to just contribute a little info for this ultrabook. I got the exact model as TS (4ZR1C14465) and I can confirm that there is backlight for the keyboard (only 2 levels). You just need to press Fn key + space bar.

The laptop is very light (go try it out at TMT store, they have display model at Mid Valley Megamall). The fan does get loud from time to time (especially the first few times you're using it, when you're installing stuff). I find its performance snappy - I came from a MS surface laptop studio with i5-11300H, 16GB RAM and Win 11, and I prefer this Fujitsu over that. Might be something to do with Win 10. But as others have pointed out, the port selections on this ultrabook puts other larger ultrabooks, and even notebooks, to shame.

The battery life reported by Windows 10 is pretty random - anything from 30min to 12 hours. Maybe that's why the reporting has been removed in Win 11. I haven't used it for long on battery, but I suspect it will be about 4 hours as many have reported.
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QUOTE(gome @ Jun 26 2022, 04:47 PM)
Hello all.

Would like to just contribute a little info for this ultrabook. I got the exact model as TS (4ZR1C14465) and I can confirm that there is backlight for the keyboard (only 2 levels). You just need to press Fn key + space bar.

The laptop is very light (go try it out at TMT store, they have display model at Mid Valley Megamall). The fan does get loud from time to time (especially the first few times you're using it, when you're installing stuff). I find its performance snappy - I came from a MS surface laptop studio with i5-11300H, 16GB RAM and Win 11, and I prefer this Fujitsu over that. Might be something to do with Win 10. But as others have pointed out, the port selections on this ultrabook puts other larger ultrabooks, and even notebooks, to shame.

The battery life reported by Windows 10 is pretty random - anything from 30min to 12 hours. Maybe that's why the reporting has been removed in Win 11. I haven't used it for long on battery, but I suspect it will be about 4 hours as many have reported.
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Thanks for the sharing bro, hopefully this ultrabook will continue with 2nd gen. Also hope it's battery will increase it's size, cheers.....
id28
post Aug 4 2022, 09:25 AM

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Bought this last year for work purpose, the i5 version. Agree with TS, I am really satisfied with how light it is, easy to transport anywhere. Only con is the battery life. Hope can last long.
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QUOTE(id28 @ Aug 4 2022, 09:25 AM)
Bought this last year for work purpose, the i5 version. Agree with TS, I am really satisfied with how light it is, easy to transport anywhere. Only con is the battery life. Hope can last long.
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We only could hope it’s 2nd gen products….
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post Nov 15 2022, 06:33 PM

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Looked through Fujitsu Japan website, apparently there's new 2022 version.

Apart from updated Intel 12th gen, looks like battery lasts longer than previous gen, and lighter than previous gen which around 634 gram. Wow

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To compare with previous gen,

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https://www.fmworld.net/fmv/uh



 

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