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  1. Techland

    Techland Notebook Consultant

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    Who cares? All these security updates are useless. No one reading here will ever be threatened by any of these cumbersome and unreal attack scenarios. Instead Dell should fix their BIOS to bring back lower latencies. Right now it is useless for audio purposes (screenshot from BIOS 1.7.0).

    Reminds me on the first page of this thread. Quote:

    > DPC latency fix has been confirmed by Frank Azor on twitter <

    Total BS.
     
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    @Techland do you have any tweaks to mitigate the issue?
     
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    As I wrote before (some pages back) - I tried them all, none work.
     
  4. Schmoo2k

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    My Cinebench R20.060 Results are around 2750 (i9 9980HK) - which seems low?

    Clean Win 10 20.04 install
    Tweaked Dell Power and Windows Power to max.

    What are other folks getting in 2020?
     
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    So I bumped the Bios to 1.7.0 (with a factory reset) - now getting score of 2652...
     
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    That does seem low, as I get around the same score with the i7 9750H.
     
  7. Papusan

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

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    https://www.notebookcheck.net/Intel-Core-i9-9980HK-Processor-Benchmarks-and-Specs.416730.0.html

    https://hwbot.org/benchmark/cineben...Id=processor_5879&cores=8#start=0#interval=20
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  8. Schmoo2k

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    @Papusan - is the 3293 figure something your getting currently - or is that just an old result online?

    I am trying to workout why my machine is not scoring near that and am wondering if the accumulated intel security patches are what is dragging my figure down?
     
  9. Papusan

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

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    I don’t have this machine. I pointed out what you should expect.

    The 3293 score is from the review of the Dell-book.

    Even with the latest security patches, I mean your CPU should score higher than what you posted.
     
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    After I had a xps 9560 for a long time, i just switched to a 7590.

    Unfortunately I have one major problem with the 7590.

    The CPU reaches 90° and more after a short time (not doing anything heavy, e.g. no gaming).

    My 9560 barely reaches 80°, most of the day it sits comfortably at 55-60° while working (development).

    I already undervolted by 130mv and repasted cpu and gpu, but that does not really help. Bios is the latest version (1.7.0).
    I noticed that the cpu frequency is often quite high (not the case with the 9560).

    When idle the temp is ok with about 40°.

    Windows is completely reinstalled, all drivers were installed by windows update.

    Anyone has a clue what i can do/check next or should i return it?
     
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