P775 and 9700k

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  1. Robertjan88

    Robertjan88 Notebook Geek

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    @XMG @Meaker@Sager
    many reviews have been published during the last couple of hours and it seems that, overall, the 9700k is uptou 10% faster than the 8700k in most benchmarks.

    Could you please release your benchmarks for the P775?

    With the current ongoing discounts, it would be great to know as soon as possible how well the 9700k performs in this laptop under load, the temperatures and if any thermal throtteling appears. Especially after a dozen of CineBench runs and continuous long term load. :)

    Thanks!
     
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  2. Meaker@Sager

    Meaker@Sager Company Representative

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    Stock power is the same so you can certainly expect similar results to the desktop boards running stock power settings.
     
  3. Robertjan88

    Robertjan88 Notebook Geek

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    Ok, but we all know that any CPU, like the 8700k, is impacted by some form of throtteling inside the P775. Desktop benchmarks cannot be compared as they mostly have optimal cooling.


    It all depends on the temperatures under long loads. Hence, it would be great to see the Cinebench and temperature benchmarks as well as potential throtteling within this laptop.
    Personally, I am especially interested how the new 9700k copes vs the delided 8700k.
     
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    BrightSmith Notebook Consultant

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    Stock power differences between z370 and z390: https://www.techspot.com/amp/review/1730-intel-core-i9-9900k-core-i7-9700k/page5.html

    "Starting with the stock out of the box performance we saw that the MSI Z390 Godlike allowed the 9900K to produce a score of 2048 pts. Now slotting that CPU onto the Z370 PC Pro resulted in a score of just 1790 pts after a 6-run average. Initially the score was up around 1900 pts but on the second pass we saw a lot more VRM throttling and this continued as we ran the test 4 more times to report a 6 run average."
     
  5. Robertjan88

    Robertjan88 Notebook Geek

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    That's not good. The P775 is using the Z370....AND the throtteling will most likely be worse since the CPU will be used in a laptop and not a large desktop case with several coolers.

    Unfortunately, they didn't yet publish the same benchmarks for the 9700k...
     
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    metaldemon95 Notebook Geek

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    Our systems may actually do better than the Z370 pc pro did. We have 1 less VRM phase. But our VRMs are cooled by the cpu heatsink, not just a chunk of aluminum. Depending on what power stages Clevo uses it might not be too bad.


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  7. Robertjan88

    Robertjan88 Notebook Geek

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    This is exactly why it would be great if @XMG or/and @Meaker@Sager share some benchmarks ;)

    Otherwise we need to wait for e.g. Notebookcheck which might be months. Not willing to wait that long with buying a laptop. :D
     
  8. XMG

    XMG Company Representative

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    Notebookcheck have had one of ours for a while, the review will be out in a matter of days...this is what I was hinting at earlier in the thread ;-)
     
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    Meaker@Sager Company Representative

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    Then you have a nice base line comparison with other models too.
     
  10. Robertjan88

    Robertjan88 Notebook Geek

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    You guys are the best! Please tell me they tested the 9700k and not just the 9900k? :)
     
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