Should i trade my laptop for a desktop?

Sep 30, 2020
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Hello :D i have to say first of all, i love the forum its amazing!

I have a Asus rog zephyrus s15 with a i7 9750, "desktop rtx 2070" 16gb ram and a 240hz screen.

My friend asked if i wanted to trade it against hes pc (one i buildt) with a R7 2700x on a B450 board, 16gb ram at 3200mhz and a gtx 1660ti

If any of you cool and smart people could help i would be super happy :)


here is a link to the laptop :)
https://www.amazon.com/Zephyrus-Portable-GeForce-i7-9750H-GU502GW-AH76/dp/B07VF88TMR/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=GX502GW-AZ067T&qid=1601462331&s=computers-intl-ship&sr=1-1
 
Sep 30, 2020
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It's not.

edit: unless its hardddd thermal throttling, which in gaming it probably is not.
oki, cause when i have msi afterburner upp the gpu boosts upp to 2000mhz, and is at 60% usage, but the cpu is pegged at 100%, temps for cpu is 68C after 24 hour of aida 64, and gpu is at 70C with furmark running 24 hours
 
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Then you have a different problem.

68C is more than normal.
It's actually really low.
yes i know, i have one question. cause i have seen people mentioning that turning off hyper threading helps preformance, should i try it out?
 
yes i know, i have one question. cause i have seen people mentioning that turning off hyper threading helps preformance, should i try it out?
It might help single core performance, but will tank multi core.
I think you have a different problem.

try checking cpu+gpu utilization in a game and not a synthetic benchmark
 

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