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    Intel releases 10th Gen Core H-series chips for gaming laptops

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    Re: Intel releases 10th Gen Core H-series chips for gaming laptops

    It'll be a mediocre upgrade to the exact same processors released 6-9 months ago but with extra throttling if the vendors don't do their cooling right.


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    Re: Intel releases 10th Gen Core H-series chips for gaming laptops

    From what I'm seeing around the web I think I'd be looking for a ryzen rig over one of these.... Am I right in thinking these don't have the 'spectre' fixes yet?

    These are going to have a pretty high price tag if previous ones are anything to go by and it seems AMD is pricing things 'fairly' for the performance etc.

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    Re: Intel releases 10th Gen Core H-series chips for gaming laptops

    Why do sites keep letting Intel get away with saying single threaded performance gives better gaming performance ? It's a technicality, as it tends to mean an extra few frames when it's already in the hundreds.

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    Re: Intel releases 10th Gen Core H-series chips for gaming laptops

    you have a house and decide to change its indoor colours from white to blue is that new architecture?

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    Re: Intel releases 10th Gen Core H-series chips for gaming laptops

    8 cores on a mobile i7 could mean effectively price cuts (saving the i9 tax), but you'd need bigger cuts than that to compete with AMD

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    Re: Intel releases 10th Gen Core H-series chips for gaming laptops

    that 8c/16t i7 vs an otherwise pretty similar R7 4800H machine:

    https://www.scan.co.uk/products/156-asus-tuf-gaming-a15-fa506iv-al032t-fhd-ips-144hz-ryzen-7-4800h-16gb-ddr4-1tb-nvme-6gb-rtx-2060-w

    https://www.scan.co.uk/products/156-gigabyte-aorus-15g-kb-fhd-240hz-i7-10875h-16gb-ddr4-512gb-nvme-6gb-rtx-2060-win10-home

    The i7-10750H machines are priced to compete with the 4800H ones.

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    Re: Intel releases 10th Gen Core H-series chips for gaming laptops

    Quote Originally Posted by edmundhonda View Post
    that 8c/16t i7 vs an otherwise pretty similar R7 4800H machine:

    https://www.scan.co.uk/products/156-...6gb-rtx-2060-w

    https://www.scan.co.uk/products/156-...060-win10-home

    The i7-10750H machines are priced to compete with the 4800H ones.
    Oof, rip intel. I guess most laptop buyers aren't as well informed as us, so intel's assuming their name will keep sales up, but that won't last long

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