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In most cases, you shouldn't need to reapply more than once every few years, though you should replace your paste if you remove your cooler for any reason. You may also want to consider reapplying thermal paste if you find your CPU temperatures are climbing. Source: Intel ("https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/gaming/resources/how-to-apply-thermal-...


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For laptop cpu's, don't compare the cpu speed on some random benchmark site. Laptop CPU's are always limited by cooling and vrm, two values Intel/AMD have no control over. Try asking your local computer store which is best for your needs. And about that H vs G7, that H means Intel positioned it for laptops with better cooling and vrm, so it should indeed ...


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I found 2 laptops that meet or almost meet your requirements: The MSI Gaming GF65 10UE-405NL has a 10th gen Intel core i5 and an RTX 3060. It has 16GB of RAM, expandable till 64GB, has a 512GB SSD and is probably going to handle 2.5-5 hours of work without charging. The Lenovo IdeaPad 5 Pro 16ACH6 on the other hand, does feature a newer CPU (Ryzen 5 5600H), ...


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