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Core I9-9980HK power characteristics.

I have some questions about this CPU regardless the laptop models that have it. I want to know about the chip, but couldn't find information I need so I think some of you is better than me to get them.

 

What is the stock uncore ratio of this CPU specified by Intel?

 

On SSE single threaded test, how much power this CPU takes? and how much is the reached frequency there? considering no thermal throttling or power limits is initiated.

 

The same question for AVX and AVX2 stress tests on single thread only.

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well, your best bet is going to be intel ARK

https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/products/sku/192990/intel-core-i99980hk-processor-16m-cache-up-to-5-00-ghz/specifications.html

 

As for power on a single threaded test?  You'll never get a straight answer, as any OS running will be using power for other things on the CPU, on top of the single thread test.

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25 minutes ago, tkitch said:

well, your best bet is going to be intel ARK

https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/products/sku/192990/intel-core-i99980hk-processor-16m-cache-up-to-5-00-ghz/specifications.html

 

As for power on a single threaded test?  You'll never get a straight answer, as any OS running will be using power for other things on the CPU, on top of the single thread test.

Well, as for link it has no information I asked about and for single threaded test it is usually performed when no other applications are running and normally hits the frequency of 4 active cores despite that active cores are only 1... XTU by itself can tell that one core is active. Looking at C state the loaded core would be the only one that is not at 0.0% and about 99.9-100% It can be a good reference. The difference you are talking about is not even measurable.

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1 hour ago, Islam Ghunym said:

Well, as for link it has no information I asked about and for single threaded test it is usually performed when no other applications are running and normally hits the frequency of 4 active cores despite that active cores are only 1... XTU by itself can tell that one core is active. Looking at C state the loaded core would be the only one that is not at 0.0% and about 99.9-100% It can be a good reference. The difference you are talking about is not even measurable.

 

WikiChip sometimes have a bit more information.

It takes a while to update; I don't think they have 10th Gen chips added to the Wiki / DB yet.

That said, the 9980HK is there.

 

https://en.wikichip.org/wiki/intel/core_i9/i9-9980hk

 

TechPowerUp also has a CPU (and GPU) database.

https://www.techpowerup.com/cpu-specs/core-i9-9980hk.c2288

 

Stock Uncore appears to be 4300 MHz.

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34 minutes ago, -rascal- said:

 

WikiChip sometimes have a bit more information.

It takes a while to update; I don't think they have 10th Gen chips added to the Wiki / DB yet.

That said, the 9980HK is there.

 

https://en.wikichip.org/wiki/intel/core_i9/i9-9980hk

 

TechPowerUp also has a CPU (and GPU) database.

https://www.techpowerup.com/cpu-specs/core-i9-9980hk.c2288

 

Stock Uncore appears to be 4300 MHz.

That was very useful, thank you

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