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[WCCFT] Intel Broadwell Core i7-5775C, Core i5-5675C and Skylake Core i7-6700...

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I wonder what would they do when they would be forced to reduce max clock speed in comparison to previous generation. Overclocked CPUs which were overclocked by manufacturer (no headroom, no durability) and are sold at higher price?

Oh how quickly we forget the uproar when Intel tried to convince us all that going from P4 3.0 Ghz down to Core Duo 2.66 Ghz was superior and we should all be thinking IPC's when they've been marketing faster and faster processors . . . I'm sure the lies Apple was selling everyone on their bogus benchmarks has been all but forgotten by their rebirth into the Intel fold. I have a dual core G5 tower I can fire up and benchmark if anyone is interested. All 1.2 gigaflops of glorious processing.

We're new into the 14 nm process, by the time tock comes around, it will be a performer.
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Would you quote correctly?
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no unlocks versions for the skylake?
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Intel Skylake i7 6700K Performance Figures Leaked
Says there are definitely unlocked versions, and it looks like max turbo is 200 MHz lower than 4790K.
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Says there are definitely unlocked versions, and it looks like max turbo is 200 MHz lower than 4790K.

i dont have much knowledge in the cpu area
but it seems to me that 4790k still best choice?
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4790K is bad choice because it was basically overclocked by manufacturer, and some pieces even can't do properly its maximum turbo clock. (But of course it's called turbo up to, and 100 C degrees are problem of user who bought them.) 4690K fares much better. You get what you seen written on the box, and you can overclock practically as you are accustomed to.


I actually wonder if 14nm wouldn't allow 6-cores for general public.
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4790K is bad choice because it was basically overclocked by manufacturer, and some pieces even can't do properly its maximum turbo clock. (But of course it's called turbo up to, and 100 C degrees are problem of user who bought them.) 4690K fares much better. You get what you seen written on the box, and you can overclock practically as you are accustomed to.


I actually wonder if 14nm wouldn't allow 6-cores for general public.

Nice never knew that


well im planning on buying a new PC around august

hope to see some good hardware by that time
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[WCCFT] Intel Broadwell Core i7-5775C, Core i5-5675C and Skylake Core i7-6700...

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Would you quote correctly?

Yeah, sorry mobile + Tapatalk = disaster
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4790K is bad choice because it was basically overclocked by manufacturer, and some pieces even can't do properly its maximum turbo clock. (But of course it's called turbo up to, and 100 C degrees are problem of user who bought them.) 4690K fares much better. You get what you seen written on the box, and you can overclock practically as you are accustomed to.


I actually wonder if 14nm wouldn't allow 6-cores for general public.
Sure 14nm would allow 6-core CPUs but why would Intel release something like that when there is no need (from their perspective)? Desktop CPU market isn't all that competetive so there's no reason for improvements beyond the bare necessities since Intel is practically only competing with their previous products.
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