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Zen 4 core with SMT off has to be used for good compasion.
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Here are all the individual benchmarks:
This is an 8 Core 16 Thread CPU we are looking at here.

4 Physical and 8 logical... that's a quad core CPU guys with HT. If true... this is very impressive performance for a lower clocked chip. Wow.
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would ashes catch that or still report 8 cores / 16 threads? we also don't know the clock speeds as well since ashes doesn't report current frequencies. which is another reason why we shouldn't take these results seriously. they're only test, engineering samples, not finished products.

 

Ashes can dig up hardware info from the msinfo32 database on the machine, but it also has a text file filled with hardware IDs and their respective codenames to properly identify individual parts, which it looks at after checking msinfo32. That list is somewhat confusing though, since it still has stuff like "HD 7800 series" instead of offering up "HD 7870 GHz" or similar. 

 

IIRC, it's also possible to edit existing entries to make them appear as something else entirely. My guess is that AMD filled in those hardware IDs to the text file manually to be able to track their benchmark results properly. The 1D and 2D revisions are probably the same chip, with differing TDPs. AMD still has that adjustable TDP thing going on in Bristol Ridge, so I wouldn't be surprised if they're tweaking it for use in Zen.

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I didn't know the performance difference was this small (non existent). I'm seeing devil's canyon even outperforming skylake in some cases. Eye opener. Thank you.
granted I expected avg. fps within 5-10%, but I'm surprised with min fps difference, especially when 6700K is running 3200 ram. well, what do you know about that....
there is nothing worth upgrading my system to, 6700K + DDR4 seems like almost no difference against my 4790K+2400 DDR3, TXP is would cost as much as a second 1080.
waiting for Coffee Lake/ GV104
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http://www.babeltechreviews.com/devils-canyon-i7-4790k-vs-skylake-i7-6700k-part-ii-gtx-1080/

Intel Core i7-4790K (reference 4.0GHz, HyperThreading and Turbo boost is on to 4.4GHz; DX11 CPU graphics)
Kingston 16GB HyperX Predator DDR3 RAM (2×8 GB, dual-channel at 2133MHz, supplied by Kingston)

Intel Core i7-6700K (reference 4.0GHz, HyperThreading and Turbo boost is on to 4.4GHz; DX11 CPU graphics)
Kingston 16GB HyperX Predator DDR4 RAM (2×8 GB, dual-channel and single channel at 3200MHz, supplied by Kingston)

And Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Thank you. Well earned rep. People should take example from what happened here as opposed to speaking just for the sake of saying something, regardless whether it's correct or not.
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This thread is full of people who lack reading comprehension or just crawl from under their bridge to spew nonsense.

 

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WCCF with no source. I'm going to go ahead and say these benchmarks are fake.

Everyone read this as this is the only post that has made any sense.

 

While the images could very well be real we have no idea until release.


Edited by Liranan - 8/11/16 at 8:54am
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Thank you. Well earned rep. People should take example from what happened here as opposed to speaking just for the sake of saying something, regardless whether it's correct or not.

There isn't much to see there aside from gaming instances where the cpu isn't the bottleneck.

What would be more useful are multi gpu tests, mmos, and any other situation in which the cpu is a bottleneck. You can clearly see the skylake cpu is faster in regards to overall/physics score from the firestrike tests. Also on average skylake clocks better than haswell/dc.
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This thread is full of people who lack reading comprehension or just crawl from under their bridge to spew nonsense.

Everyone read this as this is the only post that has made any sense.

While the images could very well be real we have no idea until release.

So we can't speculate?

Where's the fun in that frown.gif
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There isn't much to see there aside from gaming instances where the cpu isn't the bottleneck.

What would be more useful are multi gpu tests, mmos, and any other situation in which the cpu is a bottleneck. You can clearly see the skylake cpu is faster in regards to overall/physics score from the firestrike tests. Also on average skylake clocks better than haswell/dc.

No need to rationalize your 6600k. It's a good processor.
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I heard from someone somewhere that Zen will force intel to release a certain amount of cores for mainstream.
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