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Core i7/i5 3770K, 3570K, 2600K, 2500K BenchMark  

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Unlike the 3570k we looked at which is part of the i5 series, the 3770k is part of the higher end i7 series line of CPUs. Outside of a 100MHz clock increase, the biggest difference is that while both are quad-core CPUs, the i7 3770k offers Hyper Threading making it theoretically an eight core part.

This means that the main CPU that the 3770k is replacing is the Sandy Bridge based 2600k which has been an absolutely awesome chip for us. It's served us extremely well, but no doubt we'll be transitioning over to the new Ivy Bridge based 3770k in the coming weeks.

Before we finish, though, you can see below our CPU-Z and AIDA64 screenshot which expands on some of the features that are currently on offer from the new CPU.

SOURCE:
http://www.tweaktown.com/articles/4619/ivy_bridge_preview_with_gigabyte_z77x_ud5h_intel_z77_and_core_i7_3770k/index.html

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PCMark 7
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HyperPi 0.99
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AIDA64 - Read
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AIDA64 - Write
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AIDA64 - Bandwidth

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PassMark PerformanceTest CPU Mark
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PassMark PerformanceTest Memory Mark
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MediaEspresso
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3DMark 11
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Aliens vs. Predator
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Power Draw Tests
700

Temperature Tests
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I wish that we were seeing the whole Ivy Bridge platform launch this month and not next month, but we're not. We've got a really good idea of what's going on with the platform and where it's going to sit. If you're looking at something that's going to draw less power than the current crop of Sandy Bridge based systems yet offer better performance, it's going to be a great option.

You combine the CPU improvements then with the changes that GIGABYTE has brought to the 7 Series chipset over the 6 Series chipset boards and you have some real reasons to upgrade. Now we've got to see what happens when we overclock these new chips. So, that's exactly what we're going to start doing now.
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Moved to http://www.overclock.net/t/1137173/sandy-bridge-e-and-ivy-bridge-discussion-news-thread.
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