New Generation Intel CPU's 'Tiger Lake' Processors

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  1. Ed. Yang

    Ed. Yang Notebook Evangelist

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    once again... INTEL gets it's win with
    software optimization on some benchmarking programs
     
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  2. tilleroftheearth

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    What software optimizations are you talking about? This is exactly what I've been saying for the last few years; 'moar cores' mean squat.

    Do you want a big block V8? AMD.

    Do you want something to go from point A to B? AMD.

    Do you want something that will give you productivity gains? Intel.

    Do you have workloads and workflows that are more complex than mere 'scores' may indicate? Intel.

    Disregarding the inane Cinebench 'scores', four cores on an older node (or two?) is superior to double the cores on a nominally cutting-edge node. For productivity. This is not news to me. But many are surprised when their AMD super-amped-up workstations don't deliver as they thought they would.

    And by super-amped-up, I am talking about the great marketing AMD does (rah AMD). They should spend that $$$$$$$ on delivering an obviously better experience instead.
     
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  3. Starlight5

    Starlight5 Yes, I'm a cat. What else is there to say, really?

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    @tilleroftheearth you forgot one important point:

    Do you care about security? AMD.
     
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  4. tilleroftheearth

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    I do care about security. Enough that the CPU vendor I use isn't part of that equation.
     
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  5. Ed. Yang

    Ed. Yang Notebook Evangelist

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    https://www.lenovo.com/sg/en/laptop...261&options_3=G0A3140CWW&options_4=GXD0U47643

    @ Approximately USD$1100, this 11th Gen new model from Lenovo is aggressively(White Chassis, 16GB RAM, 512GB SSD) out to get attentions from AMD buyers!
     
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  6. custom90gt

    custom90gt Doc Mod Super Moderator

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    Again, you can claim that RUGS are everything and Intel's hand selected benchmarks are what rules the roost, and say no one edits videos on their laptops, but that doesn't make it a fact. AMD had some huge increases in single core performance and the tomshardware link you posted shows that it's now faster in Adobe premiere, v-ray, solid works, and GCC compile times, all lightly threaded things that Intel once had minor victories in. When it comes to gaming, Intel has touted that it's the best and now that AMD is better it seems like Intel fanboys say it's not a big deal. It's the usual if it works for my argument then it's valid, but if not then...

    I'm no fanboy and will run whatever is faster, and right now for the workloads I do (not opening word documents and timing it) AMD is the superior product for me. I'm glad Intel is catching up with their 10nm process (which in density terms is about equal to AMD's 7nm, and their 14nm+++++ is about equal to a typical 10nm). Competition is good, but blind loyalty is not.
     
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  7. tilleroftheearth

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    And yet, once again, I did not make any such claims.
     
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  8. Papusan

    Papusan JOKEBOOKs Sucks! Dont waste your $$$ on FILTHY

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  9. Silvr6

    Silvr6 Notebook Evangelist

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    I'm quite happy with my i7 1185G7 in my Stealth 15m I wanted fast single thread performance and I got it
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    derek bottoms
     
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  10. tilleroftheearth

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    Nikon, NEFS, Intel. Killer combo. Still. Now, proven for the Intel naysayers, with pretty graphs and all. :D

    Now, some of those AMD fanboys can see for themselves my 'similar' workloads and why Ryzen isn't an option, still.

    Thanks for the link brother @Papusan. Wishing you a grand weekend.

     
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