Performance of Ryzen 5 1600 vs Core i7 8750H laptop?

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Which one will be faster? I have tried to find benchmarks comparing but I have not seen any benchmarks that clarify this question.
The reason for askingGL702ZC is because I am thinking getting either of the following laptops:

- ASUS ROG Strix GL702ZC
- HP Omen 15-dc0805no


My main requirements are:
- Crisp & color accurate screen
- Sheer processing speed since i do I lot of photo editing
- No thermal throttling when processing multiple image files since CPU tends to be utilized 100% during processing so I want a laptop that can maintain boost speeds without thermal throttling.

Which of these laptops is better suited for my needs? I am open to other laptop suggestions as well.

Regards,
Mohsin
 

dudeman509

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Similar with all cores thrown at something; the Intel will be a little bit ahead in single-core operations, which will make day-to-day usability a small bit better. Web browsing, Windows file management, opening applications, etc.
 

dudeman509

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A Ryzen 2600 would. Intel usually has a single-threaded advantage, albeit in the single-digit % range these days.
 

madmatt30

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^ you would think,& going,back to the 7700hq you would be right , the ryzen would blitz it.

The i7 8750H though is a full on 6c/12t lower powered variation of the current coffee lake i7.

That said neither will disappoint , youre talking high end desktop cpu performance crammed into a (chunky) laptop.

Id ignore the processors & concentrate on the rest of the specs , screen quality & the price personally.
 
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What about Ryzen 7 1700?

 

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Yes, the additional 2 cores bring a lot more to the table when all cores can be utilized.

As the other poster said, you won't be disappointed by any of these high-powered CPUs, even the Intel laptop ones. They are much better than they ever were before. I have 2 4-core i7s (one laptop, one desktop) and love them. My brother has a Ryzen 2600 system and it's an amazing machine as well.

If I were to build a new desktop, I'd most likely build one around the new Zen 2 platform when it releases next year. Someone else would probably build one around 9th gen Intel. I don't think either would be a bad choice.
 

madmatt30

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Be aware that a lot of HP Omen 15-dc0805no users with the coffee lake i7 are seeing 95-100c temps & forced thermal throttling & only getting 2.7ghz all core boost.
There are plenty of posts on the hp forums regarding this, that likely comes from using a base system & cooling setup that was designed around the old , weaker, cooler running 7700hq.

The asus has no such issue as the whole system was built & designed around using a fully fledged 65w desktop cpu.
The downsides to that are.

1. Its massive & heavy
2. It has awful battery life.
 

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