SSD is better, it is faster and more robust.
But if you need to store a lot of data, then HDD will be cheaper.
I'm more interested in Qled gaming monitors like the odyssey g7, but it's expensive, so I'm waiting for a better price at same configuration, except 240hz, 165hz is enough
Omen 15 is a little better. Here is a new comparison between this two laptops
But I haven't decided yet which I would choose next.
I have the 10750h + 2070 maxq with vapor chamber version and the results are about the same. CPU can reach 95-97 and throttles like crazy. At idle I'm seeing 46-50 and the chassis gets pretty warm and uncomfortable just by watching YouTube or doing simple tasks. It's a shame because the display is truly awesome. I'm returning mine and going back to the Omen 15 which I had, definitely not close in build quality and aesthetics but it was powerful and ran cool most of the time
Can’t wait to see the 3070 performance!
I'm surprised with ac odyssey having such a low 1%. I can maintain constant 30 fps at ultra high with my 3 year old alienware 15 r3.. undervolted of course cus holy cow did it use to melt my laptop. But still surprising
Interesting approach from lenovo... Allow more power with very high temp limit in extreme mode (same applies to legion 5 afaik, which got pretty high result while hot in CB20..)
I love the fact that phones are getting weird again.
Interesting a function that in my opinion should be in all Laptops, even if sometimes it does not increase much is already something and may improve in the future.
It finally happened. Perfect timing as a new generation of GPUs is right around the corner too. Asus' monitor game is on point
That phone feature is amazing wth. I can see that being noted down by a lot of other companies already
Games consoles did this for the same reason, if they use the hbm memory as system memory, they'll probably get a massive performance gain from that alone.
Well. I will say just go for 6 core intel or wait for Ryzen. Simply due to price.
I will say though that modding the bottom panel might not be a great idea. As you said, it's (likely) designed that way to pull air over other components, cooling them in the process. Your CPU/GPU temps might drop slightly, but other components are going to be missing out on that cooling, which could impact its longevity. I modded the bottom panel of my Asus G51 back in the day and ended up covering it back up for this reason.
This is really good considering ryzen model has 4 physical cores compared to 6 in Intel and shows how much IPC improvement Ryzen 2 has brought over Zen+ architecture compared to Intel.
Kde using a bit more cpu then xfce. But with plasma version 5.17 the ram usage is almost in the range of xfce so the kde plasma team have done some Good work. För computer with less cup poker xfce is a good option to go.