Above you can see the CPU options and the CineBench and GeekBenck test scores for both laptops, which
gives an idea about what kind of performance difference you may experience between the
HP EliteBook 840 G8 and HP EliteBook 840 G9.
GPU is as critical as the CPU for graphic heavy applications and the table above gives a picture of how
the two GPU compares.
FLOPS is a measure of a GPU's performance based on the number of floating-point arithmetic calculations
that the processor can perform within a second.
HP EliteBook 840 G8 has a FLOPS value of 2.822 TFLOPS whereas the HP EliteBook 840 G9 has a FLOPS value of 1.41 TFLOPS. If graphical performance of the laptop is important for your use type, the HP EliteBook 840 G8 may be the better choice between these two setups.
The EliteBook 840 G9
provides a larger RAM capacity of 8 GB
, which allows for smoother multitasking and improved performance in memory-demanding tasks compared to the EliteBook 840 G8's
RAM capacity of 4 GB
In addition to RAM capacity, the type of RAM can significantly impact performance, with newer RAM types
often offering higher speeds compared to others. Therefore, selecting RAM types with the latest DDR
number can be a suitable choice based on your requirements.
Moreover, the EliteBook 840 G8
boasts a larger battery capacity of 53 Wh
, offering extended usage time compared to the EliteBook 840 G9's 51 Wh
StorageThe EliteBook 840 G9 offers a larger storage capacity of 256 GB, providing more room for storing files and data compared to the EliteBook 840 G8's storage capacity of 128 GB.
||128GB, 256GB, 512GB, 1024GB, 2048GB
||256GB, 512GB, 1024GB, 2048GB
If your budget allows, we recommend opting for the largest possible disk size, considering the potential
increase in storage capacity needs in the future. However, please keep in mind the question 'What will the
laptop be used for?' when making this decision.
Of course, you can later upgrade the hard disk capacity by getting a larger disk. However, if your laptop
has only one disk slot, it may not be as straightforward as a RAM upgrade, where you simply add or replace a
module, as moving or cloning files to a new disk may be necessary.