17.3in FHD 60Hz, 120Hz, 144Hz; QHD 120Hz; UHD 60Hz

A beacon of power and performance, the Sky X9E2 is the most powerful laptop in the entire world. This unlocked, upgradable powerhouse is designed with one core value in mind: freedom. Freedom to choose what components you want and the freedom to overclock your CPU and GPU(s) to get the most out of your system.

For freedom in gaming, rendering, and whatever else you throw at it, the X9E2 will run the most powerful graphics array of any laptop in the world: up to two desktop MXM 3.0 NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 graphics cards in SLI. With up to 64GB of DDR4-3000 memory, and room for up to 4 storage drives (two M.2 slots (NVME) and two 2.5 inch drives, for a maximum storage capacity of up to 32TB), this beast will do everything you wish your desktop could do.

But don’t worry, all of your data will be kept secure with the X9E2’s Kensington lock, biometric security, and Trusted Platform Module (TPM) data encryption. TPM encrypts all your data so only you have access to it, even if your machine is misplaced or stolen.

All of the components are kept cool by a state-of-the-art thermal solution comprised of industrial grade, copper heatsinks, powerful centripetal fans, and a layered modular, socketed motherboard system designed to ensure maximum thermal efficiency. The motherboard’s design allows you to upgrade to the latest GPUs and run them in SLI as you sit in dominion over your subjects!

Effortlessly run the latest games on extreme settings with up to two desktop NVidia GeForce GTX 1080s in SLI. Overclock your GPUs and Intel i7 6700K or 7700K CPU while Eurocom’s industrial-grade thermal solution dissipates the heat and your opponents flee for their lives!

Get killing sprees like never before with a Full HD or QHD, 120Hz, G-Sync panel for the latest FPS, or explore untold worlds in their boundless beauty with an UltraHD 4K display. Whatever you choose, glory awaits you!
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Are their any limitations if I load CentOS in Sky X9E2 laptop
Jun 05, 2017

We have done testing on the Eurocom Sky X9E2 loaded with the CentOS. CentOS loads without issue but we have found external port limitations. Our Configuration for testing was as follows...

Eurocom Sky X9E2
17.3-inch (43.9cm) QHD 2560x1440; 120Hz; Matte
Nvidia GTX 1070 Video Card
Intel i7-7700k processor
32GB; 2x 16GB; DDR4; PC4-2400 RAM
2 X 500GB; M.2 SAMSUNG 850 EVO; SSD --RAID 1
1TB (1000GB); 7200rpm; SATA3 (6Gb/s); 32MB cache; Hitachi Travelstar 7K1000
Intel Wireless-AC 8260

The results were as follows...

USB3 - Works
Full Audio - Works
HDMI - Works
Mini Display Port - Works
RAID - Works
G-Sync - Works
Both 6th and 7th Gen Processors (i7-6700k/i7-7700k) - Works
Thunderbolt 3 - Does NOT work
Back-lite Keyboard - NO Controls for lights, but MOST hotkeys work
Fingerprint Scanner - Does NOT Work

Does the Sky X series (X4; X7; X9) use iGPU?
Jan 26, 2016

The Sky X9/X7/X4 series laptops are dGPU based only and don't use CPU based iGPU.

Can I upgrade my non G-Sync laptop to NVIDIA G-Sync technology?
Jun 11, 2015

Unfortunately Not. In order for a laptop to support NVIDIA G-Sync it must come G-Sync enabled with G-Sync parts namely:
1) G-Sync version of NVIDIA GPU
2) G-Sync version LCD Panel
3) G-Sync version of the motherboard
4) G-Sync BIOS/EC
5) G-Sync NVIDIA drivers

What is G-Sync?
G-Sync is a proprietary adaptive sync technology created by NVidia to eliminate screen tearing and the need for software deterrents such as Vsync. G-Sync eliminates screen tearing by forcing a video display to adapt to the frame rate of the outputting device rather than the other way around, which could traditionally be refreshed halfway through the process of a frame being output by the device, resulting in two frames being shown at once. In order for a device to use G-Sync, it must contain a proprietary G-Sync module sold by NVidia.