Intel Core i7-9750H/ i7-9850H/ i9-9880H/ i9-9980HK(Intel's 9th Gen H-Mobile)

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  1. Papusan

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    Intel Core i5-9300H / i5-9400H / i7-9750H / i7-9850H / i9-9880H / 19-9980Hk (Intel's 9th Generation H-series CPUs). We will talk more about the higher performing Mobile Cpu SKU's as the old thread.

    This thread is meant as a continuation of the old thread... Intel Core i7-8750H / i7-8850H / i9-8950H Coffee Lake started by @sicily428

    Intel 9th Gen CPUs Come to Laptops: Big Power Boost, Wi-Fi 6 and More
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    https://www.intel.com/content/www/u...ore/9th-gen-core-mobile-processors-brief.html


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  2. Papusan

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

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    What is better than start the 2nd post with the 100°C disaster from Dell... Alienware m15R2 (Core i7-9750H + 2070 Max-Q Design). First gen Alienware gamingbook with soldered ram and soldered Wifi card. 100°C exactly as expected.
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    I didn't watch the whole thing but I didn't see the cpu freq graph for that FS result, betting it would have been all over the place throttling. It's several thousand lower physics score than I would expect, even my stock paste 8750H was 17k+.
     
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    Those base clocks are pathetic, looks like its poor quality silicon.
     
  5. Papusan

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    Look at the temperature graph in the 3Dm Firestrike processor test (physics). The graphics which don’t run in that sub test starts increase temps and follow the Cpu up to 100°C due the flimsy pathetic Unified Heatsink design.
     
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    you guys wouldnt believe it there are people on reddit who thinks mobile is higher binned silicon than desktop :( and also del/aw reddit some user claimed calling dell support was told if CPU core temp not over 90-93 C on idle then its considered as planned. rofl.
     
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    what the heck are muscle books? lol slightly thicker ultrabooks, AW style? :p

    well, depending on definition they might be correct with "highly binned": if u bin for lower voltages and lower clocks = more efficient, then maybe. but definitely not for high clocks and high performance :p :D
     
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    thing is they probably not even more efficient than desktop chip since all of the best efficiency chips goes to server, left over garbage etc.
     
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    100c operating temperature?

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    I have no idea how this thread has turned into Alienware m15 thread... This should be moved by mods to appropriate Alienware section.

    Also, for armchair specialists - I just got Dell G7, it has same 9750h CPU with worse cooling system than Alienware m15 (it has no top air intake and smaller side heatsinks). In Firestrike it does not reach 100C in Physics test. This is after repaste with normal paste (not liquid metal), without any undervolting. See the attached screenshot. This Alienware model should have even lower temps after repasting and bad thermal paste has nothing to do with the CPU itself.

    There is absolutely NOTHING wrong with "unified heatsink". Having same heatpipes cover both CPU and GPU helps spread the thermal load, which is VERY important in CPU-heavy tasks, especially in thin models and especially for people who do not use their laptop as a gaming console. Same goes for fan speeds - I remember old Sager model I had (NP8640) which had one of the worst cooling system I've ever experienced in any laptop, even though it had same heatpipes connecting both the CPU and GPU heatsinks the GPU fan would only turn on when playing games, which was awful since CPU would get hot even when doing non-gaming stuff like watching videos but without assist of second GPU fan (which only turned on when playing games) the CPU fan would be always loud.



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