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that's still just $2 more a month if you comapre a 150w processor versus a 75w one....

There's also heat, especially with summer coming up. If you're running air conditioning + 75W additional CPU, you're gonna be charged a lot more than $2 a mo....
post #92 of 123
The wattage/power consumption has been a staple of intel advocators ever since they were ahead in that department. Now ryzen is competitive in this regard and i see it rarely mentioned. Instead its been 7700k is still the best gaming cpu. I personally don't care about cpu wattage as much as performance. I am just stating how it seems to have been playing out on forums like ocn.

If i get anything Ryzen wattage will be my last concern as well. I am waiting to see what they do on workstation level though and thats probably end of q2 knowing AMD.
post #93 of 123
While Intel chips still has the edge in terms of maximizing GPUs, Ryzen is just about equal everywhere else. For the majority of mobile X86 users, both processors are going to be equal. Intel is about to feel the burn in the mobile space. Forget all this Intel loyalty nonsense, with an ever shrinking market, PC OEMs will give AMD more business if it means making more profits whilst providing a similar or even better experience.
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post #94 of 123
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Originally Posted by atomicmew View Post

There's also heat, especially with summer coming up. If you're running air conditioning + 75W additional CPU, you're gonna be charged a lot more than $2 a mo....

Give me a break lol... If you have ac you don't care about power consumption
post #95 of 123
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Originally Posted by budgetgamer120 View Post

Give me a break lol... If you have ac you don't care about power consumption

If you don't have AC and it's 90 F outside, you're going to care even more about an extra 75 W being pumped into your room, believe me.
post #96 of 123
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If you don't have AC and it's 90 F outside, you're going to care even more about an extra 75 W being pumped into your room, believe me.
No you won't. 75W is nothing.
post #97 of 123
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Originally Posted by AmericanLoco View Post

No you won't. 75W is nothing.
75W is ~1.3 incandescent lightbulbs worth of heat (none of it going to light).... If you don't have an intuition on how much heat and delta T incandescent lightbulbs put out, you probably don't live in hot climates.

Q = 75 W * 1 hr = 270 kJ

Standard bedroom size: 12 ft x 12 ft x 8 ft -> 32.6 m^3 * 1.225 kg/m3 = 39.9 kg

Specific heat of air: ~1.0 kJ/(kg K)

delta T = 270 kJ / (1kJ/(kg K) * 39.9 kg) = 6.77K

Of course it's not going to be nearly that high because of air circulation, but that's only for one hour of use and even a few degrees difference is going to feel like a massive increase in the summer heat.
post #98 of 123
6.77k per hour, at best
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post #100 of 123
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Originally Posted by Tobiman View Post

While Intel chips still has the edge in terms of maximizing GPUs, Ryzen is just about equal everywhere else. For the majority of mobile X86 users, both processors are going to be equal. Intel is about to feel the burn in the mobile space. Forget all this Intel loyalty nonsense, with an ever shrinking market, PC OEMs will give AMD more business if it means making more profits whilst providing a similar or even better experience.

Don't Intel usually make it attractive for big business to use Intel cpu's, with bulk deals or other types of deals?
Even if AMD have made a competitive chip, is it not possible that sales will still be small in terms of market share due to the image AMD has held for the last few years and by contractual obligations from large customers.
Even IT depts. of big companies might see issues introducing AMD systems into a Intel dominated environment, due to having to manage more drivers and updates?
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