[Bestbuy618 Notebook Channel] With the release of Intel’s tenth generation Core H series processors, gaming notebooks have been updated. At the moment, Raytheon and other OEMs have launched their new gaming notebooks, giving us the opportunity to see for the first time what upgrades are available for gaming notebooks equipped with ten-generation Core high-performance processors. The product we have this time is the Raytheon 911 Jedi, which is equipped with Intel’s tenth-generation Core i7 10750H processor, which is a major highlight of the tenth-generation Core upgrade.
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Here’s a hands-on test of the Raytheon 911 Jedi gamepad to see what Intel’s 10th generation Core processors have to offer. First, let’s introduce the Raytheon 911 Jedi, which comes with a Core i7 10750H processor, 8GB of DDR4 2933 memory, and a 512GB SSD, and NVIDIA’s latest GeForce RTX 2060 graphics card with 6GB of GDDR6 memory. The Raytheon 911 Jedi screen is 13.7 percent larger in size compared to 15.6-inch gaming notebooks and has a body size close to 15.6-inch gaming notebooks with its narrow bezel design, improving portability compared to 17.3-inch gaming notebooks, while the Raytheon 911 Jedi screen supports a 144Hz refresh rate and a 3ms response time to provide smoother graphics and operational feedback, which can greatly enhance the gaming experience for FPS games such as
The Raytheon 911 Jedi adopts a very sci-fi sense of the future aircraft design language, with light effects and three-dimensional prism, very cool. In terms of interfaces, the Raytheon 911 Jedi offers three USB 3.1 Gen1 Type-A, one USB 3.1 Gen2 Type-C, miniDP 1.3, HDMI 2.0, headset interface, SD card slot, and RJ 45 network cable interface, making it easy to cope with a variety of peripheral expansion needs.
The CINEBENCH R15 test results show that the i7 10750H is not significantly different from the previous generation i7 9750H processor in terms of multi-core performance, but in terms of single-core performance, the i7 10750H has improved by about 10% compared to the previous generation due to its up to 5GHz core frequency. Compared to the i7 8750H, the new i7 10750H can improve multi-core performance by up to 20% and single-core performance When compared to the i7 7700HQ, which was commonly used in gaming notebooks three years ago, the performance of the tenth-generation Core i7 10750H is even more obvious, with a multi-core improvement of up to 67 percent and a single-core improvement of 28 The i7 10750H not only has more performance, but also has improved overall stability compared to the previous generation, which can c The transition from parachuting to landing is smooth, unlike in some game books, and the game is smooth in both frontal steel gun and city search.
Of course, Raytheon 911 Jedi is equipped with RTX 2060 graphics card is also important to ensure the gaming experience, with the tenth generation of Core whether online gaming gaming or single-player masterpiece can have an excellent experience, and can also support a smoother real-time ray tracing effect.
Assassin’s Creed: Odyssey also tests the PC configuration, and we chose Medium quality to run the benchmark test with an average frame rate of 73. Many gamers today like to produce video content for games in addition to playing them, so we compared the frame rate changes of the i7 10750H and RTX 2060-equipped Thor 911 Jedi running the game with recording turned on.
So, with the 10th generation Core and RTX 20 series graphics cards, a new generation of gaming notebooks such as the Raytheon 911 Jedi can bring a smooth gaming experience to players. Of course, in addition to the ultimate performance, there is one more thing we need to consider: the Raytheon 911 Jedi’s stability, and whether its thermal design can give full play to the full strength of the i7 10750H and RTX 2060! As a result, even after long hours of gaming, the palm rest provides a refreshing sensation.
The next test was a double bake test, and after 30 minutes of running at full load, the Thor 911 Jedi’s CPU power consumption remained stable at 45W and the GPU power consumption remained stable at 80W. In terms of core temperature, the average CPU temperature was 95°C and the average GPU temperature was 80°C, which is a good performance. Furthermore, when we tested the temperature of the C-side during baking, the temperature of the Raytheon 911 Jedi palm rest area was 24°C, the temperature of the WASD area was 30°C, and the upper temperature of the C-side near the cooling vent was approximately 42°C.
Overall, the i7 10750H can provide more extreme and stable performance in high-performance applications such as games with its higher RWD frequency, and with a higher-performance discrete graphics card, such as the Raytheon 911 Jedi and other new generation of gaming notebooks will not struggle to cope with its various simplifications. As a result, for users who need to replace their machines, particularly those who are still using old PCs from three years ago, the latest i7 10750H-equipped notebooks are among the top choices for upgrading to a new one.