In this episode of The Full Nerd, Gordon Ung, Alaina Yee, Mark Hachman, and Adam Patrick Murray dig into every little thing Intel revealed about its set of 45W Tiger Lake H mobile processors, the rumblings that Ryzen 5000 mobile performs badly when battery powered, and Nvidia’s official announcement of its RTX 3050 and 3050 Ti mobile graphics chips.

The celebration begins with Mark giving the total rundown of 5 new six- and eight-core Tiger Lake H chips, then kicks up into excessive gear when Gordon decides to nix any arguments about Apple M1 superiority—upfront of them being made. For a calmer comparability, maybe we should always’ve talked extra about Tiger Lake H versus Ryzen 5000 mobile…

Instead, Gordon strikes on to clear the air about one thing else associated to Ryzen 5000. Last fall, Intel threw shade over Ryzen 4000’s efficiency whereas working on battery—and the stain of that declare has drifted to linger round Ryzen 5000, too. But after a lot testing of Ryzen 5000 efficiency on battery, it seems that the story is extra nuanced.

We then shut issues out with a fast chat about Nvidia’s new mobile graphics chips, the RTX 3050 and 3050 Ti. Will their look assist allievate the nonetheless sky-high demand for gaming {hardware}?

You can witness all this (plus our solutions to some of your questions!) within the video embedded above. You also can watch The Full Nerd episode 176 on YouTube (subscribe to the channel whilst you’re there!) or take heed to it on in case you desire the audio alone.

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