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  Posté le 27/09/2017 à 11:53:19
JoeClark
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Hi there,

It is a nice problem to have when you want to decide what i7 computer to use for media playback, mainly streamed or downloaded videos.

I work on computers so get busted ones left behind from time to time. They are usually junk from Wal-Mart but sometimes they are i5's and i7's. I am not an AMD and only seem to come across the really low end stuff powered by them.

The current laptop I am using for a media PC is a Core i7-4700HQ with a screen about to fall off the unit and 8GB RAM. This has the Intel HD 4600 graphics and nothing else.

The new leave behind is a Core i7-6500u with a busted screen. I had to remove this completely so it would even post to an external monitor. It is two generations newer but only a dual core. I know this CPU is a lot less power hungry as well. It also comes with an NVIDIA 940M 2GB graphics chipset which is a bonus.

So, I am currently using a 1080P TV for playback on the older gen i7 with the Intel HD 4600 with no issues. This computer is currently in service so leaving it and making no changes is one plus for keeping it in this role. On the other hand, the other system may be more tuned to what I am using it for all while using less power over the long run. This is usually just left on in the background so that power might add up over time.

Any opinions?




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https://www.cnet.com/forums/discussions/what-to-use-for-media-pc-laptop-i7-6500u-or-i7-4700hq/

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  Posté le 27/09/2017 à 11:55:15
JoeClark
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Hello everyone,

I am planning for exchange my core i5 4690k + ECS H87 to i7 3930k with Gigabyte X79 UD3. Even on stock clock, this will increase fps in games, such as CS:GO, BF1, etc.?

Thanks






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References:
http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-3507987/gaming-4690k-3930k.html


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