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  • Many Laptop Improvements In Linux 6.9, Much Faster HP Performance At Higher TDP

    Phoronix: Many Laptop Improvements In Linux 6.9, Much Faster HP Performance At Higher TDP

    All of the x86 platform driver updates have been merged for the ongoing Linux 6.9 merge window. As usual, most of the x86 platform driver work is around better supporting various Intel Core and AMD Ryzen laptops under Linux...

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  • #2
    84549 isn't more than the double of 44084. *nitpick

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    • #3
      Originally posted by reba View Post
      84549 isn't more than the double of 44084. *nitpick
      True
      50% less power efficient at that power output. Sounds like Intel - och right, it is

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      • #4
        Originally posted by and.elf View Post

        True
        50% less power efficient at that power output. Sounds like Intel - och right, it is
        Any CPU is less power efficient at the top of its V-F curve.

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        • #5
          So someone doing HP Omen laptop patches, are there communities about it? I would like to participate ‚Äč

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          • #6
            Those laptops must have one heck of an external power supply to support that much power to the CPU!

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