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  1. specialist7

    specialist7 Notebook Evangelist

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  2. John Pence

    John Pence Newbie

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    Wow and I just bought mine, had I known they would release something like that I would have waited, I wanted to buy something that would last me a while and while I think what I bought will be just fine, I would have waited and got the newer processor if I knew it would be released so soon.
     
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    Ginerashon Notebook Enthusiast

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    Same here John. I feel kind of stupid now :/

    I'm sure this new processor is going to be like 5000x better than the 7820HK
     
  4. John Pence

    John Pence Newbie

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    yeah with 6 cores and 12 threads I am sure it will be a lot nicer.And now I may have to send mine back. I should have waited... have you seen the price tho? it is a lot more money it seems , so maybe I didn't make a mistake, I dunno, everybody always wants the next big thing, its our nature.
     
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    Falkentyne Notebook Prophet

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    @John Pence Can you try a repaste and repad as I mentioned in PM before doing the RMA?
     
  6. specialist7

    specialist7 Notebook Evangelist

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    Really depends on your uses and if it justifies the price. I know for me personally if I waited a few months I could've gotten a 7820HK instead of 6820HK (last year) but at the end of the day they were both quad core in my eyes. As for the new CPUs they're 6 core.. so it is a big jump from the decades of Intel milking mainstream with quad cores so the six core CPUs is definitely a nice one.

    Some games are starting to utilizes more core/threads and some still benefit from higher core clock, really just depends. If you do a lot of encoding/rendering/multi-threaded apps it will help a lot, if you stream games online it will also help a good amount but if all you're doing is regular media/gaming, the quad core is still more than enough for now xD.
     
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    Whats the price btw? im not finding it :p single 1080..
     
  8. robitut47

    robitut47 Notebook Guru

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    Check HIDEvolution for the prices. I recently purchased my GT75VR Titan Pro-202 a month back from them. The new processors are definitely costlier and the amount of upgrades I did on my new laptop, it would cost me almost more 1000$ for the new processor and the upgrades so I would say no thank you. 7820HK is a quad core processor for sure and also the 2nd best of last gen (7920HQ being the best), so I am pretty sure it would last me a good 2-3 years. Technology is increasing at a much faster pace and I would say try to buy the best for your needs and you'd always be happy. Even I heard the cry inside me when I heard about these new processors dropping just a few days after my costly purchase but we got to settle at some point or we will never end up buying anything ;)

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  9. Ghost 350

    Ghost 350 Notebook Geek

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    I don't get why MSI can't use the new 144hz IPS panels that Asus is using in their new G703 with Coffee Lake. The 120hz TN panel is fine on the GT75VR but I would kill for that 144hz IPS 3ms G-sync.
     
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  10. icic2017

    icic2017 Notebook Enthusiast

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    So why don't go for Asus! They have better screen than MSI
     
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