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How Fast Will Laptops Be in 2022??

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Alder Lake was incredible on the desktop, but does it make sense on mobile? Yes.

Jeeeez not even a spoiler alert?!

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14 cores? isn't that a bit misleading? sure there is many cores, but those E cores is a bit different and in size.

Do wonder if they make more sense in laptops compared to desktops? and if there is possible to compare the two.

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3 hours ago, Quackers101 said:

14 cores? isn't that a bit misleading? sure there is many cores, but those E cores is a bit different and in size.

Do wonder if they make more sense in laptops compared to desktops? and if there is possible to compare the two.

I was thinking Intel CPUs for my next upgrade, but now I considering AMD. Are E-Core even needed for Desktops?

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"Faster than they were in the past"

Seems to be a pretty obvious answer

So rise up, all ye lost ones, as one, we'll claw the clouds

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I'd love to see more benchmarks of the laptop on battery. Apple's big.LITTLE architecture changes let them keep the same performance on battery as plugged into the wall. I'd love to see how Intel 12th gen on battery compares to 11th gen on battery as well as the M1 laptops.

 

The plugged into the wall benchmarks where the P-Cores strut their stuff is of course important, but I think it'd be interesting to see some E-Core heavy benchmarks. This is the big change vs 11th gen and I think comparing 11th and 12th gen laptops with the same suite used to compare 10th and 11th gen misses an opportunity. Especially if the result ends up being that E-Cores don't really change the on battery performance story vs 11th gen.

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In this video it has taught me for those who want a gaming computer with powerful graphics today buying a laptop is still the best way, for those who want a desktop but in no real rush, wait till the 6000 Ryzen series.

 

AKA still no to Intel, but YAY for actual competition.

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I mean this could be pretty cool but with all that power in a laptop will it be Cool because all that power has to create some serious heat and noise from fans so hope u at Linus tech tips can do a video on how its performing, how warm it gets and the noise 

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