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

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  1. Papusan

    Papusan JOKEBOOK's Sucks! Dont waste your $$$ on FILTHY

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    I forgot to mention the new i7-8850Hq if this will be the name, Is claimed to run 4.0GHz with 6 cores vs. 3.4GHz on 4 cores for 7700Hq. This means the Geekbenc score posted for i7-8850hq is even worse vs 7700Hq. Do your math, bruh:D
     
  2. Vasudev

    Vasudev Notebook Nobel Laureate

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    Your score made my cpu cry. :(
     
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    3g6 Notebook Enthusiast

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    Why is taking so long for Intel to release these CPUs? The Intel Core i5-8400H seems very good option, offers everything and more what the current I7-7700HQ can do. The only big concer if someone can mod Windows 7 driver...?
     
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    Coffee Lake CPUs stable on modded 100, 200 series chipsets
    by Mark Tyson on 5 March 2018, 10:01
    http://www.hexus.net/tech/news/main...e-cpus-stable-modded-100-200-series-chipsets/

    "When Intel launched the 8th generation Core processors (Coffee Lake), enthusiasts were disappointed at yet another motherboard upgrade being required. Intel asserted that a new platform was required this time around to support more ground and power pads on the newer CPUs. Furthermore, Intel said that the 300 Series boards were necessary to offer the enhanced voltage regulation required to drive a six-core processor and very fast memory. However, the HEXUS editor thought Intel's position was "balderdash," as explained in our first Coffee Lake processor review.
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    Over the weekend hardware modders have shared news that they have successfully been running Coffee Lake processors on 100 and 200 series chipsets. The first chip to be tests as being "completely working" is the Core i3 8100. It is thought that there will be no real issues getting any other quad-core Coffee Lake processor to work.
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    A mix of software/firmware was used by Intel to lock out the possibility of using Coffee Lake processors on 100 and 200 series chipsets. On the Overclock forums, RootMoto said that the main hurdle is the Management Engine Firmware. TechPowerUp reports that further stumbling blocks are the CPU's microcode, and the iGPU's UEFI GOP driver. One other thing of note is that so far the hack/mod has only worked with ASRock motherboards (without the side-effect of the PCIe interface going missing) - but these are early days.
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    If you are interested in executing the mod, a guide has been published on the Win-Raid forum. In brief you must download four BIOS related programs and follow a six step process. Modding doesn't seem to be a very complicated procedure but obviously such jiggery pokery could be bad for hardware warranties, or worse, so please proceed with caution.
    Coffee Lake Stable on Modded 100 & 200 Series | Performance Impact of Meltdown & More

    This is actually for socketed CPU's like the 8700K, so best to discuss here:
    Intel Core i7-8700K Coffee Lake Z370 and Z390
    http://forum.notebookreview.com/thr...ke-z370-and-z390.809268/page-41#post-10690716
     
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  5. Ashtrix

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    Please don't compare the iOS ARM64 GB and Windows x86/64 GB results, they run entirely different setups with different compiler optimizations and flags.
    CISC vs RISC is no comparison. Don't quote them as a reference. No offense.

    Also ugh that A series chips are awful. They throttle and kill their energy provider - battery, prematurely. Apple nicely rips off people by "magical" iOS animations and downclocks it, be it overtime after the purchase or brand new, that's why they drain faster when you put significant load. SD 845 rips apart the A11 "custom" (yeah poaching all the Imagination Tech after making them bend for years for their GPUs, now just an outer shell with number of people sold to a Chinese corp. Just like how Google did to Motorola.) GPU to shreds in efficiency with similar overall performance. Even 835 beats it on SoC grounds when checking for the consistent performance. I couldn't find the perfect Car Analogy for this, I read it once and it fits like a glove..

    Everything Apple does is masqueraded by their walled utopia and the people who believe it so. Unfortunate thing is that's spreading everywhere.

    What isn't doing it nowadays, the moment you are into the Internet everything related to your privacy is gone, at this point it's just an Illusion. Until 2017 Google used to read every letter of your Gmail conversations. Win10, Apple's so called strong stance for PR on this matter is laughable when a simple social engineering hack can send waves in press, also handing over the data of a P2P site owner for extradition into US. There's nothing private, only thing matters is how to safeguard it when you can and how to know and control our reach and strengthen it as per required to shield it from be it individual or corporate or government.

    Take that Moviepass (1.5 million & growing as we speak) for example, how do they make money ? Simple, data., An analytics company has stake in it, ofc the masive data of consumers , a.k.a bigdata consumer analytics fueling everything from the quality of the movies to the drinks, popcorn and analyse the data from it to mimic the best desired business structure, free passes, promotional benefits data and reviews, demographics of everything from areas to ethnicity and allied relationships with studios from bigsix or others (AMC is against, but eventually they will collaborate) to check which movies people went and were interested in, otherwise focusing on the marketing magic over this new weapon called social media maneuvering. Validation of the users is literally the crown jewel.

    Nowadays everywhere the Cloud computing is there, Google's being invited to the latest OPEC meet..
    This phenomenon is unstoppable.

    This is what destroying the market, they run these profit inflating algorithms and all the corporate is weaved into this and one idea and a push is all what needed, that's what Apple excels at, look at that fugly notch, M$'s thin and light drama with Touch based B$ OS and Intel's BGA, Nvidia's Max Q. Cookie cutter garbage fueled by Kool-aid double damage when Kool-aid drinkers come into the picture.

    This is a damn ocean and there's no bottom for this...unfortunate.
     
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  6. Vasudev

    Vasudev Notebook Nobel Laureate

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    Hey, I know that, ARM and Intel Archs are different. I simply posted my profile with all benches listed to Mr. Fox and get any tips to enhance my scores for my BGA Chip.
    AXXX chip isn't that great like people say or review it. Its dead similar to Snapdragon or exynos. I was disappointed with it and gave it to my phone who is now a happy mobile user switching from Lumia. One bad thing to using iOS is, you forget to use Android or Lumias after using iphones. My mom is pretty confused and felt it very difficult. BTW, I switched to Lumia.
     
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  7. sicily428

    sicily428 Donuts!! :)

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    sicily428 Donuts!! :)

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    here some new laptops form asus

    Asus ROG STRIX GL703GM-EE026T
    https://www.steg-electronics.ch/de/article/Asus-ROG-STRIX-GL703GM-EE026T-24785075.aspx
    https://www.pcp.ch/fr/Asus-ROG-STRIX-GL703GM-EE026T-1a24785075.htm

    Asus ROG STRIX GL703GS-E5039T
    https://www.steg-electronics.ch/de/article/Asus-ROG-STRIX-GL703GS-E5039T-24785089.aspx


    they are part of a list of refreshed laptops form asus
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  9. senso

    senso Notebook Evangelist

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    Yeah, at least ship some 2440x1440p displays in there, on the other hand if it still is using a 18 inch display that limits choice by a lot.
     
  10. nixliu

    nixliu Notebook Consultant

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    it is 45 tdp, anyone know heat value?
     
  11. Papusan

    Papusan JOKEBOOK's Sucks! Dont waste your $$$ on FILTHY

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    Msi’s engineers ain’t totally stupid(See... fully working NOS system. Aka battery Turbo boost). They know very well that the Gt83 cooling can’t handle Cpu power above 45W TDP. The 1080 SLI Graphics need all the pipes and grills it can get in Gt83.
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