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Haswell is surprisingly fast at emulation (~20% over Ivy, ~30% over Sandy)

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Originally Posted by xj78 @ PCSX2 forums 
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Originally Posted by Moosehunter 
84.33 FPS - SLUS 20672 - Intel Core i7-4770K - 3.50 GHz Stock - No Turbo Boost - Moosehunter

That seems like a weird result. This would make for a roughly 20% IPC increase over Ivy Bridge, but all the other benchmarks 吾've seen put it at around 5-10%.
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Originally Posted by Venomx1 @ Dolphin forums 
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Originally Posted by "Moosehunter 
moosehunter's haswell 4.2ghz:
111
85
131

cole.roddy's sandy 5.3ghz:
109
84
129

GHz for sandy fps about equivalent to haswell: 5.3ghz vs 4.1ghz - 29% increase
yup and a slightly over 19% over my 5ghz ivy scores with my overclocked ram.
where 吾 got
111-84-132

haswell is a beast for emulation.


Sources:
MAME - http://www.mameui.info/Bench/Bench.htm
PCSX2 - http://forums.pcsx2.net/Thread-CPU-Benchmark-designed-for-PCSX2-based-on-FFX-2?pid=303948#pid303948
Dolphin - http://forums.dolphin-emu.org/Thread-the-legend-of-zelda-the-wind-waker-cpu-benchmark?pid=278859#pid278859
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Well next time I need to build a MAME cabinet I don't think I will need this much power.
     
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So does this mean it's great for Hyper-V?
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