There is no powerful laptop yet STILL, which will handle 4K@60 (2160p60) without dGPU?

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  1. N2ishun

    N2ishun Notebook Geek

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    Sounds like more of an internet connection test than a hardware test.
     
  2. saturnotaku

    saturnotaku Notebook Nobel Laureate

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    Just played some 4K/60 video using Firefox on my Blade Stealth. Only dropped a few frames over the course of roughly five minutes.
     
  3. Nauzhror

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    Over 10,000 frames in, 0 dropped. i7-9750H handles it with no issues at all.

    The only things that make me drop frames are making it fullscreen, or leaving fullscreen, or switching tabs.

    I don't mean that it drops frames when in fullscreen, I mean it drops 1-2 frames when changing to fullscreen.
     
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  4. Peto Pedro

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    Do you think firefox is better than chrome ?? chrome is veryt heavy too many processes I could nearly call it an OS haha
     
  5. Peto Pedro

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    This is I wanted to see !
    of course because u have nearly latest CPU and running high performance and engaged your dedicated GPU ! PLease run video with intel HD gpu .. This thread is ABOUT when intel started HAVE proper CPU which will handle streaming 4k@60 content..
    THe intel 6th I had previously had struggle and ran on 100% sweating.. only nvidia 970M helped when I ran chrome with dedicated GPU..
    So this confirms that ONLY from 9th intel i7 (maybe i5 too) is capable running 4k@60 without any problems
    Thank you very much
     
  6. Nauzhror

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    No clue why you think I'm using my GTX 1660 TI. I'm not. My integrated GPU is at 45% usage, my CPU is at 20%. Neither is being taxed. 1660 TI is showing 0% usage.
     
  7. Nauzhror

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    Pretty sure I could run the video fine in two monitors at once without dropping any frames, and if I were to use the 1660 TI, probably in up to 5 monitors at once.

    I see no reason that a 4th gen i7 can't handle it fine if it only pushes my 9th gen i7 to 20% utilization.
     
  8. Peto Pedro

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    I have now 5th i7 5500U it handles 2k with no problems and even 4k@24 or 4k@30 as soon as it is 4k@60 which is usualy now H.265 codec it starts struggling .. even 6th gen 6700HQ little bit struglled .. Maybe from 8th it is nice and smooth

    One more thing when you guyz play video and u switch to full screen does your switching takes too long 2 or 3 secs, or it is instant? of course on youtube ...
    I just want proper fast cpu hate when something thinking too long ..
    thinking 10th gen i7-10875H or AMD Ryzen 9 4900HS
     
  9. Nauzhror

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    It's instant to switch to and from fullscreen. It does drop frames when it changes to fullscreen, but 1-3 frames, so it's still pretty much instant. ie. Dropping 3 frames when changing means it took .05 seconds (3/60).
     
  10. Peto Pedro

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    yeah that's fine .. there must be som drop little when switching .. not much bothered about little frame drop as low dropss will not stop video nor skip ..
    For me it takes 2 secs or 2,5 secs to switch to full ..
     
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