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That's not very impressive, the question is where on the silicon lottery curve does your chip sit?

Who cares. At 4.6ghz its faster then a 5ghz 3770k. If I need more speed ill delid
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Who cares. At 4.6ghz its faster then a 5ghz 3770k. If I need more speed ill delid

Proof? hmmsmiley02.gif
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post #133 of 232
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Originally Posted by KaRLiToS View Post

Proof? hmmsmiley02.gif

Might be true for Cinebench. Maybe, rofl.
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Who cares. At 4.6ghz its faster then a 5ghz 3770k. If I need more speed ill delid
According to the Cinebench scores posted earlier, a 4.5GHz 4770k matches a 5GHz 2600k, so I'm gonna call BS on that claim.
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Who cares. At 4.6ghz its faster then a 5ghz 3770k. If I need more speed ill delid

There's often a difference between benchmarks and real world usages.
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Who cares. At 4.6ghz its faster then a 5ghz 3770k. If I need more speed ill delid

True, but that's the only benchmark that it applys to. Everywhere else it is close to ivy performance and even loses in some. Considering your OC headroom goes way down, totally a side grade at best. Unless of course you built your rig specifically to run cinebench.
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post #137 of 232
a Haswell build just for Cinebench...?
Oh my.. tongue.gif

delid 3770K for the win and I just grabbed a 2700K for $175.
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a Haswell build just for Cinebench...?
Oh my.. tongue.gif

I bet Intel could build a chip specifically designed for benchmarks like Cinebench, Passmark, or PCMark. Great way of trolling all of the benchmark results.

I recall a while ago, a sales person tried to convince my mom's employers to buy their new computers...

Using SYSmark 2012. You know, the benchmark where AMD, Nividia, and VIA all jumped off the bandwagon, leaving only Intel managing the benchmark.
post #139 of 232
so far to this point Haswell is a failure for desktop enthusiast overall.
I'm hoping at least the i3's will make nice HTPC's..

as for the mobile sector for Haswell being a success, don't they run hot as well.?
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Originally Posted by Art Vanelay View Post

Wow, I really didn't expect Sandy Bridge to still hold up so well against Haswell. It's not like I planned on upgrading either way, though.

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