EUROCOM Sky X9C
17.3in: UHD 60Hz; QHD 120Hz or FHD 60Hz, 120Hz, 144Hz

The Sky X9C is Coffee Lake based SLI Ready and VR Ready super high performance supercomputer laptop. Packing a 8 cores/16 threads Coffee Lake CPU and dual GeForce RTX 2080 GPU cooled with liquid metal paste, and supported by an unlocked system BIOS.

  • Chipset: Intel Z370 Express (Coffee Lake)
  • Processor: socketed desktop LGA1151 CPU, 8cores/16threads, up to Intel i9 9900K
  • Memory: up to 128GB; DDR4-2400/2666/3000/3200; 4 SODIMM Sockets; 128GB option requires TB3 port to be disabled
  • GPU Technology: NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 and GeForce RTX 2070 (single); GeForce GTX 1080 8GB DDR5X and GeForce GTX 1070 8GB DDR5; single or Dual SLI; two MXM3 slots; up to 190W per slot
  • Display Technology: supports total of 4 displays including LCD via 2x DP 1.3, 1x HDMI 2.0 and 1x HDMI 2.0 or DP1.2 (via USB 3.1 type C port); Nvidia Surround View
  • Storage: up to 40TB or storage with 5 drives; 2x HDD/SSD (SATA3) + 3x M.2 PCIe Gen3 x4/NVMe/SATA3; RAID 0/1/5; supports Intel Optane technology
  • Communications: two 1GbE Killer E2500 RJ45 ports + M.2 WLAN/Bluetooth; Killer DoubleShot X3
  • Operating Systems: Microsoft Windows 10, Microsoft Server 2018, Linux
  • Card Reader: 6-in-1 MMC/RSMMC/SD/miniSD/SDHC/SDXC up to UHS-II
  • Keyboard: Illuminated, backlit with customizable 7-colours
  • Security: TPM 2.0, Fingerprint and Kensington Lock
  • Audio System: Sound Blaster X Pro-Gaming 360˚; external 7.1CH audio output; headphone out, microphone in, S/PDIF and Line-in port; two built-in FOSTER Speakers (2W)+ Subwoofer (2.5W)
  • Ports: 2x USB 3.1 Gen2 / Thunderbolt3 combo port (Type-C)); 2x miniDP 1.3; 1x HDMI 2.0; 5x USB 3.0 (1x Powered USB AC/DC); S/PDIF; Headphone; Mic; Line-in; 2x RJ45 (LAN)
  • Weight and dimensions: 5.5kg / 12.1lbs; WxDxH 428x308x47.2mm / 17.12x12.32x1.88-inch

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    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.

    How do I add / replace /upgrade RAM in Sky X9 series laptop?
    Dec 12, 2018
    PDF Document

    Need to add, change or remove some RAM from your Sky X9 series laptop... there are 4x RAM sockets there. Here are simple instructions.

    How do I remove / replace the keyboard in Sky X9 series Laptop?
    Dec 12, 2018
    PDF Document

    Need to remove and/or replace the keyboard on your Sky X9 series laptop. Here is a quick pdf. on how its done..

    How do I upgrade RAM, SSD's, Wireless card...Change Keyboard, Battery or heatsinks? Sky X9C
    Mar 15, 2024
    PDF Document

    f you want to remove or add any components to your Sky X9C laptop, here is a disassembly manual to help..

    Remove or Add RAM, SSD drive or Wireless card, CPU and GPU
    Swap Keyboard, battery or Heatsinks

    How do I upgrade/replace GPU in my Sky X9 series laptop?
    Dec 12, 2018
    PDF Document

    Need to remove/replace/upgrade GPU Sky X9 series?. Sky X9 series supports 2x GPUs.Here are simple step by step instructions on how its done!

    How to I add / replace a HDD/SSD from Sky X9 series laptop?
    Nov 10, 2018
    PDF Document

    In order to remove/add a HDD or SSD to your notebook, you can simply follow the steps on the attached document.

    This will not effect your warranty as long as you do not damage the laptop while making internal changes.

    I want to install Linux Mint in my Eurocom Sky X9C/X7C or X4C. Are their any known issues?
    Jan 29, 2018

    I want to install Linux Mint. Are their any known issues?

    Yes...If you load Linux Mint the IRST (Intel Rapid Storage Technology) will not run correctly. This will mean you cannot setup any type of RAID setup with your Hard Drives. If you are not interested in running any type of RAID array, this issue will not effect you.

    Are there any restrictions when I load Linux/Ubuntu on my EUROCOM laptop??
    Apr 03, 2017

    All our system have been tested with Linux/Ubuntu and they do work properly. Until recently the only known restriction is you could not use a Killer WLAN with Linux/Ubuntu. Recent releases of Linux has resolved this issue.

    Thank You