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

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  1. Papusan

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    I didn't look on you bruh, when I talked about decrease in bin. They know exactly who they are. And that a bigger die and still same wattage will increase temp when all cores run max load. What a statement, LOOL
     
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    Darn they need to have unlocked CPUs considering its 6 core version. I thought HH was superior to HQ.
    6700HQ hardly pulls more than 30W, don't know what the cause is?
     
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    The 8820HK will be the unlocked version.

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    All 6 core version should be unlocked version since it costs more than Quad core.
     
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    Intel would never do that. They will milk consumers till the end.

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    Not the way it works, bruh. Rather expect Intel® Dynamic Platform and Thermal Framework (DPTF) will be heavily used for what it is. The fully locked down 6 core chips will be used in thinner and thinner laptop models. Intel themselves said so. Read their announcement.
     
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    Will they do that, I don't believe so. Thin laptop causes too many issues unless its submerged under water provided with a wireless screen protection or water proof screen so that Fishes in an aquarium along with the user can enjoy 1080p gaming and stream FHD or 4k Netflix movies.
     
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    Of course they will do. In exactly same way as they put in 45w Hq chips in thin and flimsy today. Read Intel’s announcement. You find it on the web.
     
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    I'm going to try DPTF on linux to see if the fan profile can be tweaked because on Linux the CPU/GPU fans starts at 85C instead of 75C.
     
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    Shouldn't signal aka fan profile pre installed in EC go off before OS determine with what temp? Screwed by Dell (fan profile overwritten)?
     
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