Question Laptop cpu base clock question

jorge_medion

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Hi,

I am looking for a gaming laptop but my question is related to the CPU so I decided to ask my question here. I am thinking about a new laptop but I am confused which cpu is better right now:

  1. Intel Core i7-10750h (released Q2 2020)
  2. Intel Core i7-11370h (released Q1 2021)
Intel Core i7-11370h has higher base clock question (3.3 GHz) compared to Intel Core i7-10750h (2.60 GHz) but Intel Core i7-10750h has higher turbo clock (5.00 GHz) compared to Intel Core i7-11370h (4.80 GHz) so which one should I get? (imagine everything else is the same)
 
Hi,

I am looking for a gaming laptop but my question is related to the CPU so I decided to ask my question here. I am thinking about a new laptop but I am confused which cpu is better right now:

  1. Intel Core i7-10750h (released Q2 2020)
  2. Intel Core i7-11370h (released Q1 2021)
Intel Core i7-11370h has higher base clock question (3.3 GHz) compared to Intel Core i7-10750h (2.60 GHz) but Intel Core i7-10750h has higher turbo clock (5.00 GHz) compared to Intel Core i7-11370h (4.80 GHz) so which one should I get? (imagine everything else is the same)
Base clock is less important because at idle and low load situations it will drop to much lower frequency than base speed. At high load it will boost as far ass it can or is needed.
 
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You need to look at reviews of the specific laptops, unfortunately specs alone don’t tell you everything. The laptops power and thermal design can have a significant impact on its performance so even if one cpu is technically faster it can perform worse if held back by the laptops power or thermal design is lacking.
 
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hotaru.hino

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The i7-10700H is a 6-core/12-thread processor while the i7-11370H is a 4-core/8-thread processor. If you were planning on doing any reasonably heavy CPU workloads, the 10700H will win out.

However, if your workloads aren't as heavy, then the i7-11370H will win out as it will likely handle higher clock speeds for longer periods. Sure it doesn't get to 5.0GHz, but it's like 4% slower which is negligible in most cases.
 
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