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Yes... and? This article is seeing if it games as well as an equivalent Intel laptop... but there is NO equivalent Intel laptop... so we still don't know which is better... we can GUESS - but we could ALREADY GUESS after the first article Techspot released showing productivity benchmarks.The Ryzen 3000 series laptop CPUs were OK for productivity but lagged behind Intel for gaming. The Ryzen 4000 series CPUs were a slam dunk for productivity but we did not know if that would translate to gaming. Maybe Zen2's latency was still too much of a problem and gaming would suffer.
Irrelevant... but thanks for sharingAt least with a 2060 MQ, that ended up not being the case. Actually I was expecting the gaming numbers for Ryzen 4000 to be lower. And even with 2060MQ vs 2060, there is variability in each chassis. Sometimes the 2060MQ beats the 2060 with the same CPU. Have a look at Jarrod's Tech for comparos on this.