Core i7 4770K Haswell review posted in China

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  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    It seems that the Chinese are not really bothered by NDA opposed to the rest of the globe. A website called Chinadiy posted Core i7-4770K performance results. The 22nm processor is compared towards a ...

    Core i7 4770K Haswell review posted in China
     
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    I fex..

    Sorry:), but if you weren't aware, we're all comedians round here.
     
  3. TheDeeGee

    TheDeeGee Ancient Guru

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    Same performance as the 3770K then. Still will be getting a Haswell even if 3770K prices go down.

    Thinking about the Gigabyte Z87 X OC as Motherboard. According to TTL it will be sharply priced.
     
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    I think it should make a great upgrade from my current CPU if its overclocking abilities are true. Broadwell will be ideal but this is awesome as well :D
     

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    Loobyluggs Ancient Guru

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    We want overclocking figures!
     
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    All of those benchmarks are gpu bound, I bet even a 3-4 year old cpu would show the same thing..


    By generic ones it looks to be a little faster, im still set for i7 4770k though:nerd:
     
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    Would be more interested on how it stack up to 1st gen i7's, Granted one expects gains on ever gen.
     
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    I don't buy it personally. Why would they spend so much in engineering for such a little improvement. I won't trust it 'til it's a review from here.
     

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    If these results are accurate, this sorta makes me happy. My system is running so smoothly where I have it now, that I really do not feel the need to upgrade. This just solidifies that idea even further. I've no reason for an 8 series board, or 4th gen i7.


    The engineering this time around, was mainly focused on even less power consumption, and refinement of current perks of going Intel.

    I just don't see the benefit of Haswell at all. The low power states always mess with OC'ing, and I always OC my CPU's. My 3770k at 4.6 is apparently benching the same and or better than 4770k at 5ghz. It seems very strange, but we will see when the final product arrives.

    The only benches I trust are right here at Guru3D anyway.
     
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    Yes for mobile market, there are quite a few improvements and new features though (better SSE, new AVX2, bigger L1,L2, bigger registers, new execution engine, better HT,..). Idk about these earliy leaks, i will take them with a pitch of salt lol, we will see when it hits retail. :)


    Um no, in 3dmark 2011 physics HW 4770K @4.5Ghz has ~12320 while IB 3770K @ 4.7Ghz ~ 11280.
     
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    Haswell is more interesting on the Ultrabook side of things.

    OC potential on the desktop CPUs should be higher than Ivy though, but how high can it be? I'm not talking about extreme overclocking with LN2.
     
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    well haswell is rather weak, pathetic i guess for the 2013 the year of next generation consoles.:puke2:
    sandy vs ivy vs haswell, all of these generations have so little differences on performance between them.:bang:
    that's it, Intel only cares about marketing and money making, AMD's weakness to provide challenge and competition, killed us all.:wanker:
     
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    soon...
     
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    All i wanna now is how much better is quicksync compared to a 3770k
     
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    It's probably legit

    1 these are gaming benchies,
    2 Hilbert thought enought of it to share with us.
    excuse doubler.
     
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    Did you not see the vcore required for 4.3ghz? .0856v
     

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