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Looks like desktop 7900x used for mobile chip.


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6 hours ago, Meaker said:

Fairly interested in how this will pan out. If its bare dies it may not suffer quite as much from the higher temperatures? I know there is a sizeable crowd that cares about that sort of thing on desktops but if its reported that your laptop is running target of 95C it probably wouldnt be as easy a pill to swallow.

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14 minutes ago, Reciever said:

Fairly interested in how this will pan out. If its bare dies it may not suffer quite as much from the higher temperatures? I know there is a sizeable crowd that cares about that sort of thing on desktops but if its reported that your laptop is running target of 95C it probably wouldnt be as easy a pill to swallow.

 

My guess would be BGA and bare die.

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8 hours ago, Reciever said:

Fairly interested in how this will pan out. If its bare dies it may not suffer quite as much from the higher temperatures? I know there is a sizeable crowd that cares about that sort of thing on desktops but if its reported that your laptop is running target of 95C it probably wouldnt be as easy a pill to swallow.

 

95C temp target is totally fine if it just follow the boost algo and not actually thermal throttling like on other chips. 

 

btw, weird naming, wth...

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33 minutes ago, jaybee83 said:

 

95C temp target is totally fine if it just follow the boost algo and not actually thermal throttling like on other chips. 

 

Totally fine for the chip itself but 95°C may put stress on surrounding components in a laptop, more so than in a desktop.

 

 

 

34 minutes ago, jaybee83 said:

btw, weird naming, wth...

 

Companies can't win with us when it comes to naming 😄

 

7950X desktop turns into the 7945HX in its laptop incarnation it seems - a bit weird I agree but on the other hand it is sufficiently different from the desktop chip to not be mistaken for it. Something that cannot be said for certain other Green Goblins companies.

 

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18 hours ago, 1610ftw said:

 

Totally fine for the chip itself but 95°C may put stress on surrounding components in a laptop, more so than in a desktop.

 

 

 

 

Companies can't win with us when it comes to naming 😄

 

7950X desktop turns into the 7945HX in its laptop incarnation it seems - a bit weird I agree but on the other hand it is sufficiently different from the desktop chip to not be mistaken for it. Something that cannot be said for certain other Green Goblins companies.

 

 

agreed on both points!

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