BGA Venting Thread ;)

Discussion in 'Sager and Clevo' started by FredSRichardson, Nov 29, 2016.

  1. ole!!!

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    normally i'd agree with you, this time i got da feeling, 2.0ghz all over again!, watch them lowering those TDP to like 30w and restrict people with bios/firmware.
     
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    Papusan BGABOOKS = That sucks!! STAHP! Dont buy FILTH...

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    Isn't 35W Intel + OEM's second target for thin and flimsy? At least for latest gen Intel Core i7 H Mobile.
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    You look at benchmarks for that but it would be great if down and up options could be taken advantage of where applicable and have switchable options in the higher performance machines.
     
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    I said 7700 not 7700k.

    https://ark.intel.com/products/97128/Intel-Core-i7-7700-Processor-8M-Cache-up-to-4_20-GHz

    So yes the 7700k has a higher base clock and I got the numbers I was talking about from Intel.

    Try and pay some attention :p
     
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    i have to agree @Falkentyne once you touched higher frequency cpu, its hard to go back. people say they dont see/feel difference then only conclusion i could draw is that they aren't enthusiast. to me a 4.9ghz cpu with a 15% IPC boost vs an old ivybridge at 4.3ghz, huge difference.
     
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    Or they're limited by some other factor they're not considering that makes the performance gain harder to see.
     
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    most software are like that, OS and other stuff they use.
     
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    Probably even what they use it for. OCing doesn't always make itself apparent in gaming or low CPU use applications.
     
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    they simply dont have a usage that slows computer down so much to see difference or notice it. i remember my firefox tabs exceed over 3000 and its hella slow. partially it was software but with faster cpu it is a lot snappier and quicker.
     
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    I know I see a difference with large DB operations too, but not much in day to day. That said I don't like having a lot of tabs open at once, so I haven't really tried it out with a lot.
     
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