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Author Topic: Gigabyte skips AMD, updates entire Aorus and Aero lineup with Intel 10th gen Core i7/i9 Comet Lake-H  (Read 687 times)

Redaktion

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Gigabyte will be "Redefining Gaming Notebooks" as one of the first OEMs out of the gate with Core i7-10750H, Core i7-10875H, and unlocked Core i9-10980HK options later this month. Comparisons to the competing AMD Ryzen 4000 series, which will also be shipping out in the coming weeks, should prove to be interesting.

https://www.notebookcheck.net/Gigabyte-skips-AMD-updates-entire-Aorus-and-Aero-lineup-with-Intel-10th-gen-Core-i7-i9-Comet-Lake-H.459431.0.html

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Well, that's the advantage being a market leader and already having a significant amount of engineering done gets you. I would think these laptops have motherboards with only small changes from previous generations, while OEMs have to design it all from scratch for Renoir. Still, the latter is obviously the better choice, but it'll take time before we get a decent selection of laptops on the market.

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Then I shall skip Gigabyte.

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