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Mikeyk
Beginner
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10th or 11th gen

I ordered a Dell XPS 9500 that has the 10th gen i7-10875H with 32 Gb ram and an NVIDIA GTX1650 4GB.

I'm curious if its worth waiting for the 11th gen? 

In terms of usage, I may have a ton of internet windows open at a time and use MS Office. On occasion, I will use Adobe premier and Adobe audition to edit a podcast and light video for work. 

Any input would be appreciated, thank you.

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n_scott_pearson
Super User Retired Employee
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You ordered a gaming rig and aren't gaming? The activities you have described can be easily met by the Intel graphics engine. The Gaming-specific graphics adapter is really not necessary. Still, you have it and it works. Would 11th gen have been better. Slightly better processor performance but potentially significantly better intel graphics engine.

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Mikeyk
Beginner
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Thanks for your reply.

Does the better-integrated graphics matter if the laptop has a separate graphics card?

n_scott_pearson
Super User Retired Employee
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LOL! Sadly, no. However, a lot more 11th gen laptops, unless specifically dedicated to gaming, will ship without additional graphics engine as the Intel graphics is significantly improved.
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