Even the i7-10750H has a better GPU, 2070 Super, than the test i7-7700HQ. GTX 1080. As you said the added performance has nothing to do with the CPUs and everything to do with the GPUs being much faster. While it is nice that they included the configurations, I wish that companies would put the configurations before the benchmarks instead of at the end of the slide deck.the gaming benchmark chart is disgusting, the new laptop has the latest generation Nvidia GPU while the old one has the last generation. The jump in performance in those charts has nothing to do with the CPU and its shameful, pinch of salt my ass
Outside of bursting workloads, I feel the new i9-10980HK will be slower overall than the Ryzen 9 4900H/S. With the Asus ROG Zephyrus G14 review, we saw a Dell XPS 15 with a i9-9980HK end up being a bit slower than the 4900HS. The only difference between the 9980HK & 10980HK is +300MHz boost and 2933MHz RAM vs 2666MHz RAM. When looking at that review in regards to the 20x Cinebench R20 runs, which shows sustained clock speed and performance, we see that the 4900HS ended with an average clock speed of just 3.1GHz; that is only 100MHz above its base clock which likely doesn't speak well for the i9 either. We already know that the current generation Core draws more power and creates more heat than Ryzen. That is probably why "Intel also divulged that the -10980HK offers an all-core boost of 4.4 GHz and several of the chips have a configurable TDP that peaks at 65W. Peak power (PL2) weighs in at 135W." At the peak PL2 you will burn through your battery in a matter of minutes.5.3 GHz sound nice, but the base clocks compared to Ryzen 4000 may tell the real story. Until 10nm, Intel will only have its brand name and leverage among OEMs to fight.
And which slaughter is that? The one where Intel is making record profits on record revenue quarter after quarter and AMD is saying that Q12020 will be somewhat less than Q42019... I see you using those words, but I don't think you know what they mean. In business only 1 metric matters - Revenue. Not what the "Tom's Hardware Shillcorps" have to say, or even the Anandtech, LTT, Greasy Steve and WCC... Rabid AMD fans tend to be broke which amazingly enough doesn't translate into many sales...Wow its not even close: I saw a few reviews, not Tom's, about the Asus G14 with the Ryzen 4800HS (a 35W
CPU), it destroyed the 9880H (a 45W CPU) in most workloads. In some reviews they had to crank the
9880H to 90W to be comparable with the AMD chip in actualy workloads like Handbrake, blender, 7-Zip, etc.
With the integrated graphics beating everything Intel has and even beating the Nvidia MX250.
Here is a pic from Techspot where they lowered the 45W TDP of the Intel chip to 35W for an Apples to Apples comparison:
Do they really expect the 10980, an almost identical chip to compete with this?
This reality is known to Intel as this is why Intel didn't compare their product to the competition, they compared it to a chip 3 generations old... Let the slaughter continue!
Paul's articles are some of the deepest and most comprehensive on this site. I haven't seen him give in to the temptation of click-baiting, so I presume that was not his intent. Ultimately, I guess either time (or Paul) will tell.Unless it was what Paul was trying to imply...
I don't know if you even want it boosting like that, in a laptop!"boost clock" is pretty irrelevant...99% of time your cpu will not be at those speeds (especailly in a laptop
You're responding to whom? Yes, we know Ice Lake laptop CPUs have been out there, for a while.10nm has been shipping for quite a long time - got my 2 Dell 13 2-in-1s back in October with Ice Lake... So the idea that 10nm is not shipping is false.
There's a wave of Ryzen 4k APU-based laptops coming, in case you haven't been following the headlines closely. At 7 nm, they're finally getting competitive.AMD has yet to get any traction at all with their supposed "Superior Product"
???I will stick with my i9900K (5Ghz on all 8 cores on air) and dual 2080Tis until something much better comes along.
Sorry, which is Netburst 2020? You mean Comet Lake?Enjoy this "Netburst 2020" event, the new Core is coming - and history will once again repeat itself.