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This is a kind request to whoever has both setups and doesn't mind taking the trouble to do this for my sake. I don't want assumptions:-


-Please download HandBrake 0.9.5 here:- http://www.filehippo.com/download_handbrake/changelog/9044/
-Install on both machines hopefully clocked at both 4.8Ghz stable.
-Look for any DVD movie with VIDEO_TS folder and copy it to the hard-drive (the bigger the size of the content the better the results)
-Install HandBrake and click on "source" then "folder" then browse to where you have copied your VIDEO_TS folder and select the VIDEO_TS folder.
-Handbrake may prompt where to store the converted file, just select a convenient location as per you Hard-drive's space.
-Change the container to mkv on handbrake's menu
-Below it now click on the video tab, under quality select target size, then type in 700 MB
-Hopefully your PCs will be doing absolutely nothing, idling at next to 0% if not 0% utilization as other running processes will greatly affect the results.
-Get a stop watch then time how long it takes to complete the conversion for the same VIDEO_TS files 3 tries but noting the time and deleting the mkv file at the end of each try (overwriting has a delay affecting the results)
-Now repeat the process for the second PC with the same VIDEO_TS folder and HandBrake 0.9.5 assuming it will now be the i7 having started with the i5
-Finally post your 6 time completion results here.
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What are you looking for here? Which one encodes faster? And why HB v0.9.5? I can do a formal test when I have time but I can already tell you the 3770K is faster.
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What are you looking for here? Which one encodes faster? And why HB v0.9.5? I can do a formal test when I have time but I can already tell you the 3770K is faster.

I have yet to see a real world app that pushes the system as hard as HB v0.9.5 especially with the mkv container. It uses up all the cores like prime pushing temps weigh up. I want to know by how much exactly the faster one is to see whether the difference is really worth the jump.
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Just in case there was anyone following this thread on video encoding, when I had my i5, I recorded stats about this very test and now that I have my long awaited i7 with me and I can post stock results and later on overclocked results since my i7 is just a few hours old.

Core i5 at stock = 15min : 53sec
Core i5 at 4.5Ghz = 12min : 48sec
Core i5 at 4.6Ghz = 12min : 40sec
Core i5 at 4.2Ghz = 13min : 48sec

Core i7 at stock = 12min : 42sec


So as you can see my stock i7 is performing the same as an overclocked i5 @ 4.6Ghz..... I'm truely shocked coz I never expected such a difference. My i7 is at stock. Am converting cloud atlas to mkv. The i7 is running at an average of 77% during the process while the i5 was doing 100% the whole way through.

As I overclock, I will post the differences as I go.
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This is an interesting find! since I just got myself an I7... I'm still awaiting my case, rad and hose. Once I have everything setup I'll give it a run as well.
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Update


Core i5 at stock = 15min : 53sec
Core i5 at 4.5Ghz = 12min : 48sec
Core i5 at 4.6Ghz = 12min : 40sec
Core i5 at 4.2Ghz = 13min : 48sec

Core i7 at stock = 12min : 42sec
Core i7 at 4.5Ghz = 7min : 10 sec <---- This one I literally tested 3 times in disbelief, I guess that $100 isn't so steep after all especially if you were lucky enough to get one on offer like I did.

I'm hosing down this hellishly hot chip with a Zalman lq 315 I got for $39.99 at newegg and am surprised at how quiet it is compared to my former Hyper 212+ when priming custom blend, there is a distinct 27C difference across the board. Am surprised! I'm not even delidded yet. Am converting Cloud Atlas in vob format to mkv and the above are the results.
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