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Autor Thema: Intel's most powerful Tiger Lake-H45 processor appears on Geekbench in an HP ZBook Studio G8  (Gelesen 295 mal)

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Intel is yet to unveil the Tiger Lake-H45 series, but the flagship Core i9-11950H has appeared on Geekbench. Paired with an HP ZBook Studio G8, the Core i9-11950H will be Intel's answer to AMD's Ryzen 9 5980HX and Ryzen 9 5900HX.

https://www.notebookcheck.net/Intel-s-most-powerful-Tiger-Lake-H45-processor-appears-on-Geekbench-in-an-HP-ZBook-Studio-G8.537301.0.html

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Helpful context: the 5980HX apparently scores 1614 / 9265 in the same test.

Definitely seems like the power profile and/or the thermal solution in the HP laptop are holding it back. I reckon we'll be looking at the Ice Lake and OG Tiger Lake launches all over again, with the processor only hitting its advertised performance levels in systems with over-designed heatsinks.

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Slower than 5700U Flex 5?

 

 
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