i9 Processor Laptop Review

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i9 Processor Laptop Review

i9 Processor Laptop Review

The new nine gen CPUs from Intel the coffee like a refresh is finally here for the Mobile. So, all the notebooks are going to be getting a nice little speed bump in terms of frequency. So, if you’ve wanted to pick up a laptop right now, should you wait potentially for the 9th gen roll-out?

In this article, we’ll be discussing all the things that they’re new in terms of clocks and some features stuff that are pretty exciting and also a little bit underwhelming. We first have to rewind, so the first generation of coffee like mobile processors carry the 8000 series name or based on the 14 nm manufacturing process. These were released last year and don’t confuse those with whiskey Lake or amber Lake which are also based on the coffee lake architecture but are a lot more power-efficient.

They are targeted towards the lower, more power-efficient ultra-books and such, and then there was the second generation of coffee Lake CPU’s for the desktop first under the 9000 series name like the 9900k. So that is the product that is being moved into the mobile space for mainstream and gaming notebooks now don’t confuse this with Intel’s Ice Lake which has been rumored and stuff so that’s coming out in sometime in q4 and that is based on the 10-nanometer manufacturing process instead of the 14.

i9 Processor Laptop Review

so, the ice Lake is going to be Intel’s 10th generation. The architecture and processor lineup, but until then, we’re stuck with the nine ages on the mobile side, and so with this 9 Gen rival to the notebook space, there are a few exciting new things like the Wi-Fi 6 module. So not necessarily for faster speeds because right now, the rates are fantastic but for reduced latency and like allowing for simultaneous connections to the machine the new Intel Optane h10 support. This is an impressive one 128 gigabytes of ddr4 support on the notebook side of things which is exciting and insane at the same time.

Let’s get into the processors, and this is something that until wants to put out there as the most extreme and powerful standard processor. The I9 9980HK so eight cores 16 threads 5 G’s for tubers boost clocks, and it’s also unlocked so you can go in and overclock that thing it’s for really thick notebooks. I guess a particular niche that wants something that powerful that is still somewhat mobile but is like a desktop replacement machine, then there’s also the I9 9980H.

So, it is locked, but they’re almost saying it’s for thin and like notebooks. But as we’ve seen in the past for I9 machines that cooling usually is not sufficient. You have throttling and therefore more performance than what you should expect from the part now, of course, these percentages and improvements and performance. Are all attractive until you look at the footnotes to discover what they’re comparing this unlocked 9980HK processor, too, so they are comparing it to the I9 8950HK. It’s also unlocked, but there’s only a six score 12 thread part instead of the eight-core 16 thread part.

So obviously you know the much faster performance and all that comes with an additional course on the 9980HK. Here’s the full stack for the nine-gen mobile side of things the i5 9 300h up to the i9 9900HK. For core Eight threads up to 8 core 16 threads they all support the Intel Optane H10 modules, which is nice they all still have the same integrated graphics the UHD 630. we’re hoping for a little bit of an upgrade there, but I’m guessing the desktop side thing still has the HD 630.

Why would the upgrade dad for the mobile side of things as you can see the i7 9850H is partially unlocked, which means you can overclock the memory? I think you have like some Headroom for overclocking the CPU frequency, but like it’s locked at some point, but I’m excited to see the performance of the 9750H — the 8750H the previous generation is found in so many notebooks.  

It almost seems like it’s like the mainstream gaming processor, and that is a two-point two to four-point one gigahertz part, whereas the new 9750h is a two-point six to four-point five gigahertz.

Having 9750H here, which is supposed to boost up to four points five, there is no way as to the availability of notebooks. With 9th Gen CPU’s, we’re told it’s right after launch, which is a good thing, and from what we understand, it’s a simple drop an upgrade from gen to get your new CPUs rolling. Like the Gigabyte Aero 15X will have the same chassis everything identical but and UCP and also as a filler Intel’s announcing new desktop 9th gen CPUs. Most of which are locked so better for system integrators who are not allowing that overclock to happen, but there is one exciting CPU in here the i3 9350K.

it is unlocked for a core for thread four gigahertz to 4.5 gigahertz, and that sounds like a lovely little gaming package. For under $200, of course, when compared to value wise against the aim these side of things, it doesn’t pop but against Intel’s stack in the i3 department. It doesn’t look that bad and so this roll out of nine gen into the mobile space is welcome you get a nice frequency boost across the entire SKU versus the agent.

Now we have the i9 craziness that is happening the ninety-nine eighty HK and the H CPUs which I would say like they’re not fourth in the light stuff they’re for the muscle books to numerous things that stay in your desk and replace your desktop.

In this article, we’ll be discussing all the things that they’re new in terms of clocks and some features stuff that are pretty exciting and also a little bit underwhelming. We first have to rewind, so the first generation of coffee like mobile processors carry the 8000 series name or based on the 14 nm manufacturing process. These were released last year and don’t confuse those with whiskey Lake or amber Lake which are also based on the coffee lake architecture but are a lot more power-efficient.

They are targeted towards the lower, more power-efficient ultra-books and such, and then there was the second generation of coffee Lake CPU’s for the desktop first under the 9000 series name like the 9900k. So that is the product that is being moved into the mobile space for mainstream and gaming notebooks now don’t confuse this with Intel’s Ice Lake which has been rumored and stuff so that’s coming out in sometime in q4 and that is based on the 10-nanometer manufacturing process instead of the 14.

so, the ice Lake is going to be Intel’s 10th generation. The architecture and processor lineup, but until then, we’re stuck with the nine ages on the mobile side, and so with this 9 Gen rival to the notebook space, there are a few exciting new things like the Wi-Fi 6 module. So not necessarily for faster speeds because right now, the rates are fantastic but for reduced latency and like allowing for simultaneous connections to the machine the new Intel Optane h10 support.

This is an impressive one 128 gigabytes of ddr4 support on the notebook side of things which is exciting and insane at the same time.

Let’s get into the processors, and this is something that until wants to put out there as the most extreme and powerful standard processor. The I9 9980HK so eight cores 16 threads 5 G’s for tubers boost clocks, and it’s also unlocked so you can go in and overclock that thing it’s for really thick notebooks. I guess a particular niche that wants something that powerful that is still somewhat mobile but is like a desktop replacement machine, then there’s also the I9 9980H.

So, it is locked, but they’re almost saying it’s for thin and like notebooks. But as we’ve seen in the past for I9 machines that cooling usually is not sufficient. You have throttling and therefore more performance than what you should expect from the part now, of course, these percentages and improvements and performance.

Are all attractive until you look at the footnotes to discover what they’re comparing this unlocked 9980HK processor, too, so they are comparing it to the I9 8950HK. It’s also unlocked, but there’s only a six score 12 thread part instead of the eight-core 16 thread part.

So obviously you know the much faster performance and all that comes with an additional course on the 9980HK. Here’s the full stack for the nine-gen mobile side of things the i5 9 300h up to the i9 9900HK. For core Eight threads up to 8 core 16 threads they all support the Intel Optane H10 modules, which is nice they all still have the same integrated graphics the UHD 630. we’re hoping for a little bit of an upgrade there, but I’m guessing the desktop side thing still has the HD 630.

Why would the upgrade dad for the mobile side of things as you can see the i7 9850H is partially unlocked, which means you can overclock the memory? I think you have like some Headroom for overclocking the CPU frequency, but like it’s locked at some point, but I’m excited to see the performance of the 9750H — the 8750H the previous generation is found in so many notebooks.  It almost seems like it’s like the mainstream gaming processor, and that is a two-point two to four-point one gigahertz part, whereas the new 9750h is a two-point six to four-point five gigahertz.

Having 9750H here, which is supposed to boost up to four points five, there is no way as to the availability of notebooks. With 9th Gen CPU’s, we’re told it’s right after launch, which is a good thing, and from what we understand, it’s a simple drop an upgrade from gen to get your new CPUs rolling. Like the Gigabyte Aero 15X will have the same chassis everything identical but and UCP and also as a filler Intel’s announcing new desktop 9th gen CPUs.

Most of which are locked so better for system integrators who are not allowing that overclock to happen, but there is one exciting CPU in here the i3 9350K.

it is unlocked for a core for thread four gigahertz to 4.5 gigahertz, and that sounds like a lovely little gaming package. For under $200, of course, when compared to value wise against the aim these side of things, it doesn’t pop but against Intel’s stack in the i3 department. It doesn’t look that bad and so this roll out of nine gen into the mobile space is welcome you get a nice frequency boost across the entire SKU versus the agent.

Now we have the i9 craziness that is happening the ninety-nine eighty HK and the H CPUs which I would say like they’re not fourth in the light stuff they’re for the muscle books to numerous things that stay in your desk and replace your desktop.

The 8th gen side, which might be an excellent time to pick up us like the older but still very capable notebook, then I know Ebers is getting the Aero 15X nine gen version. stick around to see what the performance difference is like, and if we hit those turbo boost.

The 8th gen side, which might be an excellent time to pick up us like the older but still very capable notebook, then I know Ebers is getting the Aero 15X nine gen version. stick around to see what the performance difference is like, and if we hit those turbo boost.