Intel recently launched their new 10th gen
U series CPUs, which for the first time includes a 6 core option, so let’s see how well this
new chip compares with the 6 core 9th gen i7-9750H to help you decide which CPU you
should get in your next laptop. Intel’s i7-10710U, apart from having a lovely
name, is a 14nm 10th generation CPU. Just to keep things confusing, Intel has both 14nm
and 10nm CPUs in their 10th gen lineup. The 14nm chips are branded as Comet Lake, while
the 10nm are Ice Lake. The Ice Lake CPUs only currently go up to 4 cores, while the 10710U
is the first U series chip that goes up to 6 cores. U series CPUs are typically lower
power parts for thinner and lighter notebooks, so it will be interesting to see how this
new 6 core compares with the popular 9750H. Let’s look at the differences in specs between
these two CPUs. Both have 6 cores and 12 threads, 12mb of cache, and are based on Intel’s
14nm architecture. The main difference is in the TDP, the 9750H has a much higher 45
watt TDP, while the 10710U has a 15 watt TDP, though this can be configured up to 25 watts
by the laptop vendor if there’s enough thermal and power headroom. This difference in power
is why the 10th gen CPU has a much lower base clock speed. The single core turbo speed of
the 10th gen chip is 200MHz faster than the 9750H, however its all core turbo speed when
all 6 cores are utilized is 100MHz behind. Now here’s the thing, the performance of
either of these CPUs will in the end depend on the power limits that are defined by the
laptop they’re installed in. For the i7-10710U, I’m testing the MSI Prestige 15, and when
under a CPU only workload it’s capable of running up to 45 watts, so the same TDP as
the 9750H. Technically it can go to 50 and beyond, but PL1 is 45 watts and this is where
it settles. This will not always be the case, I haven’t tested any other laptops with
this 10th gen CPU yet but I suspect this could be a best case. I’ve tested the i7-9750H both at its stock
45 watt limit, which some laptops do actually adhere to, but I’ll also include results
with the 9750H when the power limit has been raised to 60 watts, as some other laptops
also do this, and that’s the case with the Clevo NH58RDQ I’m testing with. Basically
it’s not as simple as comparing two CPUs against each other, as power limits can play
a big role. In this testing I have tested both the 10th gen 10710U and 9th gen 9750H
with the same 45 watt TDP, so the results are about as comparable as we can get. With that in mind let’s get into those results,
starting with Cinebench R20. I’ve got the 10th gen 10710U CPU in the middle, and 9750H
at the same 45 watts down the bottom. The top result is the 9750H once it’s been boosted
up to 60 watts, which is more representative of what it’s typically capable of, but as
mentioned it will vary by laptop. In this test the 10th gen CPU was 16% ahead
of the 9750H in multicore, and considering that both have the same 45 watt power limit
this result surprised me. When the 9750H is boosted to 60 watts though it’s 8% faster
than the 10th gen chip. The 10th gen CPU was 11% faster when it came to single core, this
makes a bit more sense when we remember that it does have a higher single core turbo boost
speed. I’ve also tested Cinebench R15 as many people
still use it, so these numbers can be used for comparison. Anyway the results are similar,
the 10th gen chip was ahead by 9% in single core performance but a much lower 4.6% increase
in multi core. Again the 60 watt 9750H takes the lead by 7.7% in multicore, but was still
behind in single core due to the higher single core turbo of the 10710U. I’ve run the BMW and Classroom benchmarks
with blender, and despite being a heavy multicore test the 10th gen CPU was again ahead of the
9750H when both had the same 45 watt TDP. The 10710U completed the Classroom test 10%
faster, and 12% faster for the BMW test. With the 9750H set to a higher 60 watt power limit
it’s only just able to take the lead in this test. I’ve used Adobe Premiere to export the same
4K laptop review, and the 10710U was completing the task 5 minutes faster than the 9750H.
Interestingly there was no change to the 9750H even with the higher power limit. I was only
testing the CPU here, GPU acceleration was disabled. I’ve also used the warp stabilizer effect
in Adobe Premiere which basically uses a single core to smooth out a clip. Interestingly the
10th gen CPU was behind here, which I didn’t expect considering it should have a higher
single core turbo boost speed, however the results were consistent. Handbrake was used to convert a 4K video file
to 1080p, and then a separate 1080p file to 720p. With both chips at 45 watts, the 10710U
was 10% faster at processing the 4K file, however when it came to the 1080p to 720p
conversion the 9750H was slightly ahead. The V-Ray benchmark uses the CPU to render
out a scene, and the 10710U was 6.6% faster than the 9750H when at the same 45 watt power
limit. With a higher power limited 9750H though it’s able to come out 8% faster than the
10th gen CPU. The Corona benchmark also uses the CPU to
render out a scene, and there was a similar result here, with the 10710U completing the
task 6.4% faster than the 9750H. With the power limit on the 9750H boosted it’s just
able to claim the victory. I’ve used 7-Zip to test compression and
decompression speeds, and the 10th gen CPU was winning in both cases when it came to
compression speed, but was slightly behind in terms of decompression. VeraCrypt was used to test AES encryption
and decryption speeds, and this time the 10th gen CPU was behind in all instances, though
it was only by about 2% or so. GeekBench produced results a bit different
to the other real applications, the multicore score was lower compared to the 9750H, and
the single core was a bit higher, so these results do make sense in the context of the
clock speeds of each chip. Here’s a summary of all of the applications
just tested. On average over these 18 tests, the 10th gen i7-10710U was 5.2% faster than
the 9th gen i7-9750H in both single and multicore workloads, at least when both had the same
45 watt TDP. Some of the results don’t match what I was expecting. For instance the Warp
Stabilizer result at the bottom, I expected the 10710U to win that as it’s a single
core test. Likewise I assumed the Cinebench R20 multicore result would have done better
on the 9750H given it has a higher all core turbo boost speed. Let’s investigate why the 10710U was ahead
of the 9750H in most of these cases. These are the average clock speeds of both
CPUs during one of the blender benchmarks. We can see that the 9750H was around 400MHz
lower over all 6 cores on average when compared to the 10710U. The 9750H was only able to
match the clock speed with its higher power limit. These are the values for CPU package power
as reported by hardware info while the same blender test was running. The 9750H is basically
dead on its 45 watt limit, as per the bottom bar, then at the 60 watt limit once it’s
raised without issue. The 10710U on the other hand was actually averaging a little below
its 45 watt limit, at least in this specific test. This is because of thermals, the 10710U was
thermal throttling in the blender test. As I mentioned earlier, U series chips are generally
used in thinner and lighter machines, and those typically have less cooling capacity.
This will of course vary between each laptop, but in general you’ll find the 9750H in
thicker machines with bigger heatsinks and heatpipes to keep it running cooler. Despite thermal throttling in blender, the
10710U was still completing the task faster and performing better. If we look at the total system power draw
from the wall for the whole machine when under these same tests, the results are even more
interesting. The 10710U is using 20% more power than the 9750H in this exact same test,
however as we saw just before according to Hardware Info both were around their 45 watt
TDP. I’m not exactly sure what the deal is here,
the difference could simply be down to the changes in Comet Lake. My 10th gen laptop
was clearly using more power to achieve its higher performance, as measured from the wall.
The only change I noted in Hardware Info was that the 10710U was reporting as using 4 more
watts under IA cores. Anyway the 9750H machine needed far more power
to maintain its 60 watt TDP in this same test, and if you remember it was only just able
to beat the 10710U like this. Even if the software is reporting incorrectly or there
is some architecture difference causing this, the 9750H needed more power from the wall
to perform similarly in the blender test and achieve similar clock speeds. The fact that the 10710U is competing at all
with the 9750H honestly took me by surprise. When I saw its Cinebench performance while
reviewing the MSI Prestige 15 I just knew I had to compare the two. Now most laptops
with the 9750H will run the CPU higher than 45 watts when under CPU only workloads like
these, but that’s not always the case, it will vary. When both have the same power limit
though the 10th gen chip appears to be in the lead. The 10710U is also more likely to
be lower in other laptops, while the 9750H will pretty much always at least be capable
of running at 45 watts. I should also note that no undervolting was
done here, these are all stock results, and memory for both machines was 16GB in dual
channel at DDR4-2666. Unfortunately I’m not able to test gaming
at this point, as I had both laptops with completely different graphics. The MSI Prestige
15 had the Nvidia GTX 1650 Max-Q and I’ve never had that in another machine so can’t
fairly compare. Pretty much all gaming laptops are based on
the 9750H at the moment, it will be interesting if the 10710U starts popping up in these.
Otherwise for thinner and lighter machines, with adequate cooling the new 6 core 10th
gen Comet Lake CPU can perform quite well. Let me know which of these two CPUs you’d
pick and why down in the comments, and if you’re new to the channel consider getting
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100 thoughts on “Intel i7-9750H vs i7-10710U – Laptop CPU Comparison and Benchmarks

  • October 28, 2019 at 11:03 am
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    Hardware Unboxed have tested the same i7-10710U CPU in the smaller MSI Prestige 14 with a lower and likely more realistic power limit here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1m1_2aQxR0A

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  • October 28, 2019 at 2:04 pm
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    Where's that 10th gen egpu test vid?

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  • October 28, 2019 at 2:06 pm
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    man you should compare this machine with dell xps 15 7590 if you got the review, see the difference tho. don't forget to check with eGPU later…

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  • October 28, 2019 at 2:08 pm
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    this kind of performance at 14nm? nice. imagine if they gave it the 10nm or 7nm treatment, looking forward to what amd can do with zen 2 on mobile.

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  • October 28, 2019 at 2:08 pm
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    эх, а я вот до сих пор на 3-ем поколении)

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  • October 28, 2019 at 2:08 pm
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    I'm thinking of buying Acer nitro 7, which has 9th gen CPU. Should I wait for 10 gen laptops or buy Acer? Will there be any huge difference?

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  • October 28, 2019 at 2:15 pm
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    Next year 11172U 😷😷

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  • October 28, 2019 at 2:16 pm
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    Intel has out watered the 14nm so long with minor small improvement and from lack of competition' that all the 14nm advantages are now being stuck down out throat in a very fast time, as the nanometer jump are literally in the horisont.

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  • October 28, 2019 at 2:20 pm
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    Very interesting. I think Intel may have adjusted AVX2 offset. Regularly, CPUs are clocking down in AVX2 workload to keep high temperatures from happening. That would explain why the clocks are much higher on the 10th gen chip in Cinebench R20 than on the i7 9750H and why it outperforms the 9th gen chip by that wide margain, at the same TDP. Also explains why Cinebench R15 got pretty similar scores, since it's not an AVX2 load. But that's only my guess. Thanks for this awesome video!

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  • October 28, 2019 at 2:28 pm
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    It's safe to say that 8th and 9th gen mobile is suffice but it depends how different models perform. Just hate enough to see newer laptops are solder onto new intel processors.

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  • October 28, 2019 at 2:43 pm
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    what about the 3500u laptops ?

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  • October 28, 2019 at 2:47 pm
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    Why laptop i7 gen 9 60 watt?

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  • October 28, 2019 at 2:55 pm
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    Spoiler alert:

    they ain't no better than the shit that's out there now!

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  • October 28, 2019 at 3:03 pm
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    Can't wait for the 10th gen i9's and i7's ( h ) for laptop's. ( I hope they will be in ces 2020 )

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  • October 28, 2019 at 3:15 pm
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    7% faster but 50% hotter and 20% power draw. And some dude say it is aweasome 😂😂

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  • October 28, 2019 at 3:15 pm
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    8 9 10 gen have been almost all the same the same architecture, the same 14nm+++++, the only difference its just better binning, better customization and stretching the same skylake chips to have more clock or more cores.

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  • October 28, 2019 at 3:24 pm
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    Wow, didn't expect these results

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  • October 28, 2019 at 3:31 pm
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    Wow it really seems that the 10710U processor is the top performance u can get in a laptop for 14nm. I’m really pleased to see these results, the fact that the msi laptop being much thinner than a thicker laptop and still rival its performance is pretty good. I’m sure putting this cpu in a thicker laptop will bring even more performance. I certainly prefer this over the 9750h

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  • October 28, 2019 at 3:49 pm
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    why are you comparing a H series CPU with a U series anyway?

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  • October 28, 2019 at 4:04 pm
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    the handbrake result baffles me, if it has higher clockspeeds, why is it performing worse? thanks for an awesome comparison!

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  • October 28, 2019 at 4:33 pm
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    Does the i7-10710U has Intel adaptix technology? See here why it could be faster than 9750H https://www.techspot.com/review/1932-intel-core-i5-10210u/
    Basically adaptix uses the pl1 mechanism more efficiently lowering the CPU core speed in a slower fashion, hence bringing more performance for short tasks.

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  • October 28, 2019 at 4:41 pm
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    Nice video! Am still waiting for the MSI Alpha 15 to come out and get a review from you (if MSI sends you one). Hopefully the 5500m performs as well as AMD says.

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  • October 28, 2019 at 4:42 pm
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    Dude, I learn a lot from your videos but you really have to do something about your monotonous voice, it is very boring.

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  • October 28, 2019 at 4:47 pm
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    cant wait for 10900k

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  • October 28, 2019 at 4:49 pm
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    im running the trusty 8750h

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  • October 28, 2019 at 5:00 pm
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    So lower base clock speed be damned, 10th gen is faster (overall)! I wonder where 10th gen 8 core are. Interesting.

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  • October 28, 2019 at 5:20 pm
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    Maybe I´m wrong, but for someone who doesn´t need to squeeze every single bit of power out of these machines, and who certainly doesn´t want a 45W CPU, I actually tend to find the i7-10510U the most interesting CPU of them all. Only 4 cores, yes, but MUCH higher base freq than the 10710U, which probably means it will be actually snappier in the vast majority of apps which don´t take advantage of the 6 cores, while retaining the 15W TDP.
    Feel free to correct me if I´m saying something stupid.
    Cheers.

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  • October 28, 2019 at 5:26 pm
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    So it's OK to stick to a 8750h? I think yes.

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  • October 28, 2019 at 5:41 pm
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    Jarrod, how did you increase TDP on the i7-10710U?

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  • October 28, 2019 at 6:32 pm
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    Will the gx502 vs scar 3 comparison come soon ?

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  • October 28, 2019 at 6:45 pm
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    8th vs 10th whether it worth for upgrading

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  • October 28, 2019 at 7:37 pm
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    And here in my country, a lot of people still hold the old prejudice that U-chips will never be able to do any heavy and professional workloads. Gosh, just look at those numbers, even if this is the best-case scenario, it still speaks volumes of how technology mature over time and yet some people still hold dear to what they know some 4-5 years ago. Although I'm an AMD fan, I have to give that Intel is still rocking in mobile chips.

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  • October 28, 2019 at 8:33 pm
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    Lol Intel will hit the Rekord of the Celcios …. its going to be worse .. really crap and AMD cant even hit the Quality.. i think we need a new Chip creater like Samsung..

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  • October 28, 2019 at 8:42 pm
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    Sorry for spamming the comments but can u game with the UHD 630 ?

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  • October 28, 2019 at 8:52 pm
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    imagine the loveliness of saying "tenth gen ten nanometer i-five ten-thirty-five-g-seven"

    Thanks for this 6-core comparison 👍

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  • October 28, 2019 at 9:43 pm
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    Pardon my French, but Holy Shit! Some needs to put a 1660ti or 2060 with one of those tenth gen cpus and I’m onboard. Very impressive.

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  • October 28, 2019 at 11:09 pm
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    Off-Topic: What about a liquid metal application video for laptops and comparing temps before and after?

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  • October 28, 2019 at 11:28 pm
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    Can u do alienware m15/m17 r2 review?😁

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  • October 29, 2019 at 12:54 am
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    I’ve seen more 10th gen laptops than 9th gens

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  • October 29, 2019 at 1:46 am
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    Hey will you be doing a review on the razer blade stealth 13 1650?

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  • October 29, 2019 at 3:13 am
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    Dam makes me wonder if i should wait for 10th gen cpu instead of getting the current aftershock vapor 15

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  • October 29, 2019 at 3:40 am
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    Need to see dual load performance and in good cooling laptop to judge against 9750

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  • October 29, 2019 at 4:32 am
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    Can anyone tell me if Vapor 15 pro is good?
    It's not in amazon or in other sites, so it's hard for me to decide…
    And I want to know how much time it will take for shipping like to Korea.

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  • October 29, 2019 at 4:44 am
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    Hello peoples.
    I need a laptop 17' for video editing ate least 4k, or 6k. I like to future proof. Obviously, the cheaper the better, bang for the buck. No Macs,pls.cheers.

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  • October 29, 2019 at 5:06 am
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    Review the new Razer Blade Stealth with GTX 1650, please.

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  • October 29, 2019 at 5:24 am
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    Pardon my ignorance but what exactly does tdp do ?

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  • October 29, 2019 at 6:13 am
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    Hi Jarrod, maybe the CPU voltages are different for the 2 due to lower sustained boost and 15W TDP for the 10th gen U processor……

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  • October 29, 2019 at 7:46 am
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    А как узнать может ли мой компьютер поддерживать i7-9750H на 60W?(сейчас он очевидно работает на 45W)
    И как заставить его работать на этой мощности?

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  • October 29, 2019 at 8:12 am
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    I wish you had undervolted and remove the thermle bottleneck. Then we could have seen the RAW performance differences

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  • October 29, 2019 at 8:16 am
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    Those comet lake go hard

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  • October 29, 2019 at 9:45 am
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    🔥🔥🔥

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  • October 29, 2019 at 9:53 am
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    Hey Jarrod !!
    Asus zenbook duo ( i7 10th gen) vs Acer predator helios 300 (i7 9th gen)
    Which one of these should I buy?

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  • October 29, 2019 at 10:18 am
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    You should compare H series vs H series, not H vs U

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  • October 29, 2019 at 11:53 am
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    So basically it performs like a 9300H at 60W !

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  • October 29, 2019 at 1:05 pm
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    Great review 9 vs 10th Gen.
    I have 9750H and I've been running at 45W recently myself @ 3.5GHz with undervolt to keep the CPU at or under 80C – I get ~2720 in R20, which is pretty close to 10710U at stock. But again, that is not fair as my CPU was undervolted. I chose 45W just because Intel says that was the TDP, even though it will go up to 80W if unchecked…

    However, I also saw that in your MSI prestige 15 review, you managed to achieve 2966 points in R20 with 10710U undervolted 100mV.
    My question is, what was the max power usage during that run?
    On my 9750H, I would need very close 60W doing that, even with undervolt, to get high-2900s, running all cores at 3.9GHz, and hitting 93C after just single run, so not a setting I would use daily.

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  • October 29, 2019 at 1:57 pm
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    10710U接锁45W,散热压的住吗?!

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  • October 29, 2019 at 2:42 pm
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    can u make a video on best laptops with thunderbolt 3 port?

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  • October 29, 2019 at 4:35 pm
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    The main advantage of i7 9750H is it's base clock which will should give better 1% low performance when both CPU and GPU are utilized to maximum . we should watch whether gaming laptops are going to be equipped with the U series CPU's and push to TDP to 45W when on AC power

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  • October 29, 2019 at 6:46 pm
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    amazing performance from these 10th gen 6 core 25W chips, the 9900ks actually sips less power at 5ghz than the normal 9900k
    and still less at 5.2ghz according to Toms hardware
    i assume these optimizations trickled down to these 14nm+++ parts as well
    kudos to Intel on this front. too bad the 10nm parts are 4 cores and slower boosts, maybe 11th gen will fix this

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  • October 29, 2019 at 8:55 pm
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    How i reduce my tdp in my laptop
    I7-8750

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  • October 29, 2019 at 10:22 pm
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    Comparing 45W against 60W… stupid video

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  • October 30, 2019 at 1:05 am
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    All these cpu's have power boost states, so comparing performance levels at an assumed TDP isn't accurate especially since you have a U series that has a double heat pipe/fan design as this wouldn't be the case for all laptops, and all tests were done on AC power. On battery with U series CPUs, they operate a base clock speed by default, for this 1.1 ghz some laptops have toggles in their bios's to re-enable turbo, however the power boost states PL1 of 25 watts and PL2 of 45 watts would not be active. The fact of the matter is, is that the 8750h 9750h and 1071U are all pretty much the same silicon/core architecture that has been tweaked in software to sip power on battery but on AC they run pretty much the same. It's a rererebadged part like the GTX 260/9800/8800gt years ago and to say this is a 15 watt part per intel is completely dishonest.

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  • October 30, 2019 at 3:38 am
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    Typing this on an MSI GS65 with the 9750H. IMO the clock speeds are all BS as it throttles all the time during gaming or video editing. (Also running a -.100v undervolt) So kudos on the 10th gen using less power while being pretty close or better in performance.

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  • October 30, 2019 at 8:36 am
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    Before purchasing i9 they released i10 but why not i11

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  • October 30, 2019 at 10:09 am
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    Didn’t 9th gen just come out lol?

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  • October 30, 2019 at 12:57 pm
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    Is the i7-9750H good for high end softwares like unity3D and blender ..etc?
    I focus on the lowest possible temperature to keep the machine will so will it perform well with them?

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  • October 30, 2019 at 4:19 pm
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    If compared with the LENOVO P1 Gen 2 i7-0750H version which one you are preferred?

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  • October 30, 2019 at 4:50 pm
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    How was the i7 10710 u able to run at 45W tdp… Thought it was limited to a max of 25W?

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  • October 31, 2019 at 4:29 am
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    i'm still on the 7th gen. gawd damn stop making cpus!

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  • October 31, 2019 at 5:39 am
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    Intel: releasing 10th gen
    Me: next month ill buy i5 3rd gen

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  • October 31, 2019 at 8:40 am
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    Finally bought my MSI Prestige 15! I'm liking that Comet Lake so far

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  • October 31, 2019 at 4:18 pm
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    Hi, I am looking to buy a new laptop and this awesome video of yours makes me wonder what is the difference between a U class and H class processor if the i7 10710U can be just bumped up to perform faster than the 9750H.

    The only difference I see is in the base clock, but can it be increased by some TDP setting so that the i7 10710 can perform on par with 9750H for long term workloads?

    Also, how long can the i7 10710U sustain its boost clock at 45 Watts?

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  • October 31, 2019 at 5:14 pm
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    i7 1071no you, am i the only one thinking about this meme?

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  • November 1, 2019 at 3:07 am
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    Great work 😍

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  • November 1, 2019 at 3:32 am
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    Was that tested and monitored on constant TDP at 3:37?

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  • November 1, 2019 at 5:05 am
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    for gaming anything above 3.6ghz is pointless in these laptops as it cant be cooled

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  • November 1, 2019 at 2:19 pm
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    Intel is bs now

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  • November 1, 2019 at 6:25 pm
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    Hey Jarrod.

    I'm getting two deals for Acer Predator Helios 300 (i5, 8gb,1660ti,144hz).

    One is from Acer outlet offering it for US$ 1220 along with 1 year accidental warranty, 3 years warranty, gaming accessories.

    Second one is from a reputed retailer chain offering it for US$ 1090 along with a laptop bag 😬 Would bargain for some more goodies or price cut 😅

    Considering the above deals which one would you suggest? I will be visiting them tomorrow. Your advice will be crucial 🙏

    Would be carrying this lappy abroad as well. Budget is maxed out. I am satisfied with gaming at medium settings (1080p) but need fps above 70-80 for AAA and esports titles. Some future proofing for atleast 3 years and longevity of hardware.

    Thanks. Namaskar 🙏

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  • November 1, 2019 at 7:14 pm
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    what's up with his voice? sounds like low on battery in the end of the sentence.

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  • November 1, 2019 at 7:36 pm
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    10th comet lake CPUs are more like those 14nm CPU undervolt by default
    9750h can be undervolt around -150mv (after unlock PowerLimit can achieve 3200cb in CinebenchR20)

    10710U I've seen -70mv not sure if it can do more than that..
    so… yep I beileve it is just same CPU but with lower TDP and lower voltage then change the frequency

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  • November 1, 2019 at 7:49 pm
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    Most awaited video… can you do 8 core as well…

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  • November 2, 2019 at 12:28 am
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    The 10th generation H and HK series, performance evolution may be intense.

    (I think there is a typo because it is a Google translation)

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  • November 2, 2019 at 12:45 am
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    I like the video but were some of those slides off?

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  • November 2, 2019 at 5:24 am
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    Keep up the good reviews man! Your contents are very informative! Exactly what I’m looking for 👌

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  • November 2, 2019 at 4:40 pm
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    The upgrade between one gen and another one is worthless.

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  • November 2, 2019 at 8:05 pm
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    I have i7 8gen on my laptop is that good?

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  • November 2, 2019 at 9:08 pm
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    Hi! I need your opinion, what better to buy, MSI GL75 9SD(i7-9750H & 1660ti) or Lenovo 540-17 (7-9750H & 1660ti). The price is around the same, but I don't know where the overall quality, features, cooling and other things are better. Thanks for answering!!! <3))

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  • November 3, 2019 at 4:19 am
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    Intel shoulda stopped at four digits on their naming. Just imagine saying what chip you have, when it's an I7 10710 U. I wish I had that much of a mouth full in my pants.

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  • November 3, 2019 at 7:32 am
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    The video was a nice comparison. I'm not really god at techs and stuff, I just want to know which one is better? This is very confusing for me. Thanks in advance.

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  • November 3, 2019 at 6:13 pm
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    Why tdp 45w on i7-10710u

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  • November 3, 2019 at 7:22 pm
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    how can you set the tdp of 10710U to 45w? using throttlestop?

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  • November 3, 2019 at 10:55 pm
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    What pitch shifter do you use?

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  • November 3, 2019 at 11:07 pm
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    so… the chip is capable of performance that we are never going to get on ultrbooks?? which was the point to begin with… i dont get that 45W benchmarks

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  • November 4, 2019 at 12:18 am
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    2019 is a crazy year. With some laptops coming out with a refresh model only few months apart. 9th gen to 10th gen about 5 months difference (at least in my country)

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  • November 4, 2019 at 6:49 am
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    What is we use the 10 th gen u processor in legion y540, with same tdp, cooling.. Would the battery life improve drastically with Nvidia Optimus?

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  • November 4, 2019 at 9:36 am
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    Naahh, going to stick with 9th gen .
    I got a 9th gen in 2019 except that it wasn't i9 . Then I would have been a God of 9

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  • November 4, 2019 at 10:54 am
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    In your opinion … for audio editing is better Msi Prestige 15 or GF63 Thin 9RCX (Gtx 1050 ti gddr5 4gb
    – Coffeelake refresh i7-9750h – 512gb nvme pcie ssd – Ddr iv 16gb)?

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  • November 4, 2019 at 1:50 pm
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    No improvement

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  • November 5, 2019 at 4:05 pm
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    Hello, Can I use MSI Prestige 15 for Production Music like Studio One, FL Studio, and the other Music Software? Thanks i need your opinion!

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  • November 5, 2019 at 10:00 pm
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    damn I´m like 5 generations behind!

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