Then the same logic applies for 45W vs 55W, then the same for 55W vs 65W, then the same for 65W vs 75W, and since the total system consumption would always be even higher and higher, the 10W would count even less and less percentage wise. The more you buy, the more you save?Yea, but if you take the absolute difference, 10 watts, compared to the power consumption of even a midrange gaming laptop gpu (say 100 watts) it is not a big percentage difference in total power consumption. I just think the hysteria of the "power hungry" Tiger Lake is a bit overblown. Now for Rocket Lake, it isnt.
I think that the difference between 35W and 45W is not groundbreaking, but still significant.