Intel Core i7 4771 benchmarks surface, as fast as 4770

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  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    Will it throttle with boxed cooler like 4770K?
     
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    Does it seriously?
     
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    People use stock coolers still? Oh my :S
     

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    Since when is 4770K clocked at 3.4?

    It says in the article that the difference is that 4770K is clocked at 3.4 and 4771 at 3.5.

    4770K is also 3.5, its the 4670K thats 3.4.
     
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    It says the 4770 is 3.4Ghz, not the 4770K. The thread title is wrong it should read 4770K.

    Still 100mhz more with 4771 is hardly an upgrade...why didn't Intel at least improve the IGP?
     
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    Core i7-4770K is currently an extra 100 MHz faster out of the box over the non-K version of the CPU. The idea is that the i7-4771 will have the same stock clock speeds as those of the i7-4770K -- 3.5 GHz.
     
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    It still surprises me Intel can't get a quad core chip with 4 GHz stock speed.
     
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    It's not a matter of can, but want. And they don't want to because they don't need to. :)
     
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    I really doubt they can't do that. I pushed my 2600k to 4 ghz without modifying the voltage. sure, sandy bridge is great on overclocking but still.

    clock speed is nothing more than a marketing strategy these days, the days that higher clock speed meant higher performance are long gone, and here I'm talking about comparing 2 different architectures. some people will wet themselves when they see that 5 ghz cpu from amd, but the power user will always raise questions like 'how does it actually perform?' 'what's the power consumption?' 'how much heat does it generate?'.
     

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