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

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  1. Peto Pedro

    Peto Pedro Notebook Enthusiast

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    oh I remember it used to be option to select .. now it gone do u have link ?
     
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    H264ify
     
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    my i5 8250u laptop lenovo idea pad flex pro will do 8k with very few dropped frames...like im not sure what your using to test but its bunk
     
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    Thnx @saturnotaku I searched but I installed enhanced H264ify
    And I found there that I can block H264, VP9 ,VP8, and VA1
    After searching and googling I found out that @IntelUser was completely wrong about support
    Intel 5th gen DOES SUPPORT both VP8 and VP9 codecs BUT DOESN'T support VA1 which is basically successor for both codecs.. And even HEVC is supported too !
    New standard is VA1 which gonna try block and see what performance will be in 4k@60
    Here is 5th gen spec pdf. :https://www.intel.com/content/dam/w...t-briefs/5th-gen-core-family-mobile-brief.pdf
     
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    What intel HD you have ar u sure u not using dedicated gpu?

    I have older Acer Aspire S7 from 2015 which is still perfect it has 2k touch screen
    intel 5th i7 5500U with intel hd 5500 gpu
    256GB mSATA SSD in RAID 0
    8GB RAM
    4k@60 videos will play perfectly from SSD but unfortunately streaming from internet 4k@60 shows weakness but that is only because google chrome is build on millions processes + youtube format standards improved since 2015 ... But everything could be normalized much better but obviously they don't bother.. ANd Now I am looking my self to normalize it ..and make it better even with older machine..
    Got it ? :)
     
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    There is problem unfortunately ..
    I blocked VP8 and 9 but YT then not showing 4k nor 2k option :(
    Well it's ok 2k plays just fine
     
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    There are some powerful fusion cpu/gpu chips around that amd and intel have that should easily do 4k 60hz. In general however they need to be specified as such.
     
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    Ordered new PC mini-ITX desktop ... now I will be set :)
     
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