Intel Core i7-8750H/ i7-8850H/ i9-8950H Coffee Lake

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  1. sicily428

    sicily428 Donuts!! :)

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    that's pretty impressive to be honest. I'm concerned about temps tho, seing that some manufators can't even handle kaby lake, how are they gonna handle kaby lake with 2 more cores on them :x
     
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    Papusan JOKEBOOKS = That sucks!! STAHP! Dont buy FILTH...

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    Yeah 6 cores @ 2.9-3.0ghz won't be any faster than 4 cores @ 3.4ghz, nice to see you still hate on all the new intel mobile CPU's, got anything else better to do. .
     
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    I'm not hating on them? I like the extra cores, just concerned about the temps...
     
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    It will pull more power, with more temps you can cook food if the temps are always 110C on stock paste and heatsink.
     
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    I think he was referring to @Papusan

    Anyway, this looks like it will be better for content creation, since gaming still seems to favour higher clock speeds. I agree with @Danishblunt - temperatures will have to be carefully managed, since the cooling solutions in most laptops are crap.

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    Oh.... yeah I ignored him so I don't see his useless posts anymore :'D

    Once DX12 becomes mainstream I doubt the CPU will matter in gaming at all.
     
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    Papusan JOKEBOOKS = That sucks!! STAHP! Dont buy FILTH...

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    Pull more powa?:rolleyes: Can you run your 6700hq chips max loaded +45w 24/7/365 ?
    And why should a still fully locked down 45w chips now with even bigger Die due 50% more cores, run into more heat problems than same TDP locked down 7700Hq? Yeah, I undestand.

    I see some here defend the bigger jump down in bin (clocks) vs. the desktop chips. Oh'well
    There is a reason why Intel® Dynamic Platform and Thermal Framework (DPTF) is developed.
     
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    Nah, not defending the decrease, just saying that there are some workloads that benefit from a larger number of lower-clocked cores (that is partly why Xeons exist).

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