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Did anyone notice how bizarrely fast the i7-4800 mobile model is?

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cpubenchmark.net appears to have just updated their list to include i7-4800MQ

http://www.cpubenchmark.net/high_end_cpus.html

Wow, did you notice that? It's practically equal to a non-overclocked 3770K. With some laptops being on offer not exceeding $1200 with such CPUs on them, it's an admirable solution for anyone needing "mobile-desktop power".
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The high-end mobile Haswells are extremely fast, and it should be no surprise that they can compete well with stock desktop parts from the previous generation.

Just look at the clock speeds.

Anyway, I wouldn't rely on passmark until many more samples of the parts are tested, same goes with anything that relies on user submissions.
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I fear the day mobile laptops surpass desktops fot potential power output

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The jump of performance from 4700 to 4800 is enormous. I can only imagine what the other two can do. 4800 is only the 3rd worse currently on offer, without even including XM models.

Though I guess after the i7-4800MQ it might become too overpriced for most solutions.
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