Need a laptop for editing (Photoshop, Premiere, After Effects) and gaming

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  1. Blacky

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    the true successor is the 9900k...naming means nothing

    9900k has hyperthreading and 16 cores the 8700k has 12 cores with hyperthreading....the 9700k has 8 and 8 hence no doubling of cores.....simple logic


    8 Cores, 16 Threads @3.6GHz, Coffee Lake.
    Release date: Q4 2018.

    6 Cores, 12 Threads @3.7GHz, Coffee Lake.
    Release date: Q4 2017.
     
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    and thats just my opinion, not a fact.....I could be wrong.
     
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    Depends how you look at it. I consider the 9700K because I take into consideration TDP range and market segment range.
    If you look here: https://ark.intel.com/compare/186604,97129,126684,186605
    You notice the 9900K is significantly more expensive than previous 8700K and 7700K. So for the same market segment, the 9700K replaced the 8700K. From a technical point of view, the 9900K is indeed the new top range processor.
     
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    I'm now thinking about getting a Lenovo Legion Y740 17" cause I noticed it's much sober overall and the display is Ips with 72% gamut and GSync. Keyboard is full layout with corsair rgb (wanted to buy the corsair fps rgb mouse). What scares me the most is the size of it and the weight but I travel 4/5 times a year so I guess I'd just have to buy a new case or handbag. Is there a deep review of the Y740 17" with rtx 2070?

    Edit: max q 2070 should develop less fan noise and heat than the normal one right? BTW it's available in Italy on the Lenovo shop for 2389 € 512gb m. 2 ssd version.
     
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