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then none

So if the kaby lake mobile chips gained performance clock for clock the desktop ones wont?

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So if the kaby lake mobile chips gained performance clock for clock the desktop ones wont?

Fairly sure people already showed that overclocking a 6700k to the same speeds netted similar results, there's a possibility that the mobile chips have different things going for them.
post #203 of 221
The SKU base and boost frequencies do not tell the full story of what clock speed a chip is performing at in a particular application over a length of time.

The greater efficiency of and newer power-management firmware in Kaby Lake will allow it to maintain higher frequencies more often and switch back to them in less time.
This matters a lot less for a desktop chip like the i7 7700k.
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The SKU base and boost frequencies do not tell the full story of what clock speed a chip is performing at in a particular application over a length of time.

The greater efficiency of and newer power-management firmware in Kaby Lake will allow it to maintain higher frequencies more often and switch back to them in less time.
This matters a lot less for a desktop chip like the i7 7700k.
Pretty much this. Just about the only times desktop chips aren't running at full turbo is really heavy AVX code, and the power usage at higher frequencies climbs a lot quicker, even percentually, at 4+GHz than it does at ~3GHz. Mobile chips tend to have actual power/temperature limitations so they can't just run turbo without consequences.
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There are been no SP for BF1 lol.

 

 

What are you trying to say..? The sentence^ is mix'd up..

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What are you trying to say..? The sentence^ is mix'd up..
He's saying the SP for BF1 there are been hasn't.
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He's saying the SP for BF1 there are been hasn't.

 

And...  the reply makes Zero sense.

 

Is he trying to say that Battlefield Series, is not benched using single player, and these reviewers use Multiplayer to bench video cards up against each other..?

 

They don't. They use SINGLE PLAYER to bench.

 

 

My comments, has zero to do with, if BF1 will have single player, (which it will), but about how the game is benched.

 

 

 

And my point was^, being as such (how these reviewer bench in SP), their results are not real use of BF. And during actual gameplay, it uses more of the cores...

post #208 of 221
i5 2500k here just posting so I dont forget to buy a new CPU like I have for the past 6 years
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i5 2500k here just posting so I dont forget to buy a new CPU like I have for the past 6 years
lol, ive yet to see a reason to upgrade, hell i may wait for cannon lake to hit on new socket
    
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lol, ive yet to see a reason to upgrade, hell i may wait for cannon lake to hit on new socket
I'm upgrading from 2500k to this or zen. After looking at a lot of benchmarks even 6600k has 2x the min fps over ocd 2500k. I'm tired of sub 40 fps drops in heavy scenes.
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