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post #21 of 28 (permalink) Old 12-02-2019, 10:54 PM - Thread Starter
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Not for these 15w parts. 13-15 laptops have more than enough cooling. Also, this review is very limited. I want to see some actual gaming.
Best you can play with iris is minecraft.
Same could be said about Vega 10

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Do we know if future Zen2 mobile will be pin compatible with current 3X00U? if so then many current design could refresh with the 7nm parts with minimal R&D if no need for PCIe Gen4.
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The one in the op is Vega 11.

You can play Battlefield at 720.

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The one in the op is Vega 11.

You can play Battlefield at 720.

So what you're saying is that neither of them are any good for gaming. If neither one can finish the race, does it really matter who got closer?


Are the Intel 9th gen parts better on the battery than the mobile 3xxx ryzen parts? The 10xxx series laptops are considerably more expensive than 3000 series Ryzen so I am really shopping between 9th gen Intel and the 3XXXu.

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So what you're saying is that neither of them are any good for gaming. If neither one can finish the race, does it really matter who got closer?


Are the Intel 9th gen parts better on the battery than the mobile 3xxx ryzen parts? The 10xxx series laptops are considerably more expensive than 3000 series Ryzen so I am really shopping between 9th gen Intel and the 3XXXu.
What im saying is they benchmarked these cpus but not in games, which is understandable since iris can't play many games even paired with a more powerful cpu. Vega 11 is simply faster even paired with a slower cpu. Twice as fast in most cases.

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IMO the performance and battery life are close enough that it depends on price. Intel is definitely still ahead in mobile, but AMD parts are at least competitive. In the past, they were not at all.

LTT did a review on an LG laptop with Ryzen that looks rather decent.


If the build quality and price are right, I would consider an AMD machine. Zen 3 powered laptops will only bring power consumption and performance closer together - at least until intel rolls 7nm parts of their own.
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For the price 3500U laptops are unbeatable here. Truly the best price/performance machines.

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For the price 3500U laptops are unbeatable here. Truly the best price/performance machines.
They are almost as good price/perf on us Amazon. Which is a big improvement over last few years when you could go Intel+discrete Nvidia for the price of AMD apu alone. A quick example comparison:
https://www.amazon.com/HP-Touch-Scre...5474052&sr=8-4 https://www.amazon.com/HP-17-BY1053D...474138&sr=8-10

But bargain laptops tend to have bargain ram. Intel is less likely to be laggy due to that handicap.

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