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Does anyone have any clue why the F17 BIOS update for the HP Envy X360 isn't working? Giving an Unknown Command error. Update : It worked after creating the partition.

I'm sure you all know you can manually install the 18.8.1 drivers & they work decently well.

Dell Precision T7500 : Dual Xeon X5675 @ 3.536Ghz X 24 Threads : 48 Gigabytes : Cinebench R15 : 1505 : AMD R9 390X 8GB @ 1173Mhz 1350mv 57599 Power Limit @ 1250Mhz memory error free on tight timings / since 1500mhz+ had errors galore

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Does anyone have any clue why the F17 BIOS update for the HP Envy X360 isn't working? Giving an Unknown Command error. Update : It worked after creating the partition.

I'm sure you all know you can manually install the 18.8.1 drivers & they work decently well.
Which size do you have? I'm really interested in the 13 version but the thermal and battery life seems a bit concerning from the reddit reviews

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15.6" Envy x360 Ryzen 5 2500U with Vega 8 Graphics : battery life is about 4 hours or so but the Intel versions have longer battery life with worse GPU performance. The Vega 8 isn't that bad but the 2500U processor is real fast. The CPU is faster than the GPU, like its weighted more towards CPU than GPU power. It really needs 16GB RAM more than anything, because I run out of ram on Far Cry 5.

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Here's a video of my x360 out of ram on Forza 7

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Nice, I was more interested in starting this for the Mobile parts 2200U, 2500U with Vega 3/8 gfx. Right now I'm trying to raise money to upgrade the memory to 20GB by adding a 16GB module, since every game is running out of memory & performance is suffering a lot as a result.

8Gb ram simply isn't enough for todays games.

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I saw a review on Best Buy on a HP Ryzen 5 2500U system with 13.3" form factor under 3lb, which is what I would expect an APU to go into simply because the alternative is Intel HD graphics or an Nvidia MX150 (stronger by a bit):
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CPU/GPU PERFORMANCE The HP Envy has been running very smoothly. It's been very responsive and able to handle the tasks I've thrown at it. Given that this computer is mainly built for gaming and application performance, those are the main areas that I was testing when I was using the laptop. To measure the performance of the GPU and CPU, I used two benchmarking tools – Geekbench 4 and NovaBench. Geekbench 4 Results The HP Envy 360x ended up with a single-core score of 2264 and a multi-core score of 6698. It also returned an OpenCL score of 31731. According to other Geekbench 4 results, the top scoring machine with an AMD Ryzen 5 processor is 4782/17291. In this regard, the HP Envy is performing below the top performing machine. The OpenCL test looks specifically at how well the GPU performs. The HP Envy has an AMD Radeon Vega 8 integrated graphics chipset with shared video memory. It's designed to provide solid image quality for Internet usage, movies, basic photo editing, and casual gaming. Looking at other AMD Radeon Vega 8 GPUs that have been tested on Geekbench, the average score is 33515. With that in mind, the HP Envy's GPU is performing a bit below the average. NovaBench Results NovaBench does a similar type of testing on your system but provides you with a different set of scores and analysis. The overall score of the HP Envy was 1090 and had a CPU score of 638 and GPU score of 203. I can’t say which test works better — they are just different.



BATTERY PERFORMANCE According to the specs from HP, this laptop should work up to 10 hours (depending on the display panel that is installed). During my testing of this laptop, I tried to make note of how long the battery was lasting depending on the task being run at the time. When I first pulled the laptop out of its box, I placed it on charge for a big and then unplugged it as I started working with it. Starting with 81% battery, I noted that after about 3 hours, the battery had drained by 71%. At 10%, the computer gives you a warning about a low battery, so I plugged it into AC power at that point. During those 3 hours, I was running the tests I mentioned above and getting the computer set-up. I also began running Windows system updates. With this timing in mind, I think I can estimate an approximate battery life that will last a little over 4 hours if it's being vigorously used like I was doing.
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for reference , hwbot

geekbench 4 for competing i5-8250U http://hwbot.org/benchmark/geekbench...=0#interval=20

and CB R15: http://hwbot.org/benchmark/cinebench...=0#interval=20


i7-8550U Geekbench 4 scores http://hwbot.org/benchmark/geekbench...=0#interval=20

i7 8550U CB R15 scores http://hwbot.org/benchmark/cinebench...=0#interval=20


Notebookcheck comparison https://www.notebookcheck.net/Mobile...es=1&threads=1



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Hardwareunboxed HP Envy x360 13 Review


Written review: https://www.techspot.com/review/1674-hp-envy-x360-13/


ITC UA review (non english) https://itc.ua/articles/obzor-noutbu...e-amd-ryzen-5/



There's a Lenovo Ideapad 720S that uses a Ryzen APU but also a Intel i5 "U" +MX150 setup. Another alternative is the Acer Swift 3 with i5 "U" series + MX150 , which also happens to have Ryzen APUs as an option.


Per this review over in China:
https://www.pc841.com/skill/91206_all.html
R5-2500U CB R15 : 147 , 580 multicore VERSUS i5-8250U CB R15: 150 , 530 multicore
In 4K Video both take about 30% CPU



Thinkpad Economy series https://www.lenovo.com/us/en/laptops.../p/22TP2TEE485
(not that cheap anymore once you upgrade to SSD + 8GB RAM + 1080p that is still nontouch)

There's also supposedly another Thinkpad variant coming soon : https://www.lenovo.com/us/en/laptops.../p/22TP2TAA485

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