How quickly does Razer update laptops for new Intel CPUs?

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  1. belik

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    You got your wish lol
     
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    I'd be surprised if the 8 core cpu's don't thermal throttle to heck and back. Many laptops struggle to keep the 8750h running the way it should. Though I've seen enough videos and forum pages of people repasting with good results. But things like the 8950? Forget it. Get a desktop replacement and get a real desktop cpu. They'll run cooler and faster.

    That being said I am curious to see the 9750h after a repaste. It's got a good bump that would make it worth while to anyone that needs the cpu horsepower. So long as it doesn't run much hotter than the 8750h.
     
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    There have been times in the past where the CPU finally got the cooling it needed - in some large frame laptops - and the stars could align and make it so again for the 9th gen 8 core CPU's in some new designs, here's hoping to see some good results out of the box with undervolting for the new Razer models. :)
     
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    I do have my fingers crossed on the Blade pro since it's larger and can handle a larger heat sink. If that does well that should hopefully give some of the others that are lacking to kick their A game up.
     
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