MSI GE76 Raider I7-10870H 8-Core 16-Thread! 32GB RAM Nvidia 3080 GPU 16GB VRAM! 1TB NVME SSD!
So ya, thats my Core I7 computer up there. And I'd like to say, for a Core I7 machine, its a gaming and production beast! And before you say, ohhhhhh well thats a 10th gen none of that applies to me, 11th gen is supposed to be all that and more!
But here's the thing, 12th gen will be coming sooner then I thought. There is already talk about 12th gen getting released later this year! Which is half a year earlier then I had predicted. So maybe it would be a good idea to hold off for 12th gen.
All modern computers support OLED if they have an Nvidia or AMD GPU. And I hate to break it to you, but there is no such thing as a machine designed for gaming and or production, that is going to last on a battery for very long, there just isn't.
This is because the FAA mandates, by law, no higher then a 100 watt battery inside any device, being carried onto a plane. To make sure batteries fall within that SPEC, usually the highest capacity batteries, like what is in my notebook, are rated 99-watt.
The point you ask? Well, there's only so much battery you can stick in these things right cause FAA law. So, that means, a gaming/production machine is just going to eat these batteries up like free pizza at a Star Trek convention.
The only kind of notebooks that I am aware of that get excellent battery life, can't really do any solid gaming or production work. Their usually Core I3's and Core I5's, that operate in the 2.5GHZ or lower range.
You can choose whomever you want, Intel or AMD. Just know, that my experience with Linux these days is, Nvidia has greater driver support over AMD on Linux, thats just how it is. I've been informed that it wasn't always that way, but it is that way now.