Still searching for a fast laptop for video and photo editing, I am now focusing on displays over 1080p.
The two below have QHD at 165hz which is more useful for games than what I intend.
We like the Nitro for the faster USB as transferring large data can be time-consuming. Both Laptops are on par for processing power and cores. And that both have space for adding extra storage. The power consumption is lower with the i7.
The Ryzen 9 is the faster processor, and the RTX 3060 is the better GFX, but both setups are very close on performance, and not much between them.
One thing I did not like about the OMEN was the 90-degree pointed corners, and feel that a slightly rounded curve would have dealt with that.
Intel Core i7 11800H vs AMD Ryzen 9 5900HX
|Intel Core i7||Family||AMD Ryzen 9|
|Tiger Lake H||Architecture||Cezanne (Zen 3)|
|Base Frequency||1.9-2.3 GHz||3.3 GHz|
|Turbo Boost Frequency||4.6 GHz||4.6 GHz|
|Bus frequency||100 MHz||100 MHz|
|Bus Bandwidth||8 GT/s||–|
|L1 Cache||96K (per core)||64K (per core)|
|L2 Cache||1280K (per core)||512K (per core)|
|L3 Cache||24MB (shared)||16MB (shared)|
The Intel Core i7-11800H and the AMD Ryzen 9 5900HX have 2 memory channels. The intel supports the use of up to 128 gigabytes of DDR4-3200 RAM, but AMD only 64 gigabytes of RAM. In addition, the AMD processor also supports the LPDDR4-4266 main memory type.
The motherboard manufacturer is Kamiq_TLS which has PCI-express 4 (16.0 GT/s), but it comes with PCIe Gen3 Nvme (Samsung PM991a MZVLQ512HBLU) PCIe Gen3.0 x4.
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