Intel’s 9th Generation Core Mobile Processors: 45W H-Series
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  • mpbrede - Friday, April 26, 2019 - link

    Are there any benchmarks or reviews that indicate if there is any benefit to the consumer in an F-series processor? Does it use slightly less power, does it run at lower TDP, etc.? Reply
  • albert89 - Saturday, April 27, 2019 - link

    Love the i3-9100T @ 35W, but AMD's APU architecture
    gets reorganized every 6 months. Unfortunately both
    CPU's can't run Win7 or 8.1 because I can't stand Win10.
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  • ballsystemlord - Saturday, April 27, 2019 - link

    Intel's benchmarks are vs. a 3 year old system and their claiming upwards of 30%. That means it Kaby Lake vs. Kaby Lake Refresh * 3 (Coffee Lake), so where's the performance coming from?

    @Ian can you guys check this when you do bench some of these? It's a real mystery to me, no bashing of either side intended.

    Thanks
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  • Esteban Gonzalez - Sunday, May 5, 2019 - link

    As you asked. Will be good to have a i5 9600 analisys. At the first moment I think is the best alternative for a medium system. I really think that intel has serious problems for innovation. The 6th 7th and 8th series could be better alternatives bought on outlet or used. At the same Ghz nearly same performance. 1-5% difference is like SAME performance. Intel, really are you kidding us? My next cpu will be amd, not happened in the last 20 years. Hi everybody. I'm no usually post anything but this time intel really dissappoints. Good work. Reply
  • Thanawat1997 - Saturday, May 11, 2019 - link

    In Intel 9th Gen Core Processors: All the Desktop and Mobile 45W CPUs Announced page on paragraph 5, at this word "Core i7-9750H supports ‘Partial Overclocking’". I think you type incorrect so that correct is Core i7-9750H Right? Reply

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