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IPC should be <5%. Lol at believing 40% from WABCEFGtech
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I put my 4790K on sale but the more I read this thread the more I doubt this is real. 40% is huge, even with sandy bridge we didn't got this. If true, AMD must have made some serious improvement to their CPU. I really love my 4790K, best CPU I've had so far but I don't want to be stuck with something that's nearly 50% slower after only 2 gen!
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If you want to compare apples to apples with my 4.5GHz 6700k its here: https://browser.geekbench.com/v4/cpu/compare/624131?baseline=583064

Memory overclock could be more on my rig, maybe 3200MHz would get it closer in benchmark scores with this. I wonder if the cache clock has anything to do with higher geekbench scores, I'm already at 4.4GHz on my cache...


It's interesting seeing the jump in performance. New process and bump in clocks could be great for people that leave their chips at stock clocks... no need to overclock than if the stock 7700k gets 4.5GHz.... But then again the 6700k doesn't take much work at all to get 4.5GHz too
post #84 of 221
Better binned 6700k,better igp,no ipc increase.
Edited by PontiacGTX - 10/3/16 at 5:47am
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http://www.eetimes.com/document.asp?doc_id=1330373

SAN JOSE, Calif. – Intel Corp. officially announced Kaby Lake, its seventh-generation Core PC processors made in a 14nm+ process and focused on delivering better 4K video. The family provides the first indication of what more modest product advances may look like as Intel stretches Moore’s law to cover with one process node multiple generations of chips.

Kaby Lake processors gain a 12% improvement from enhancements to Intel’s 14nm process. They also include a modestly updated media engine with hardware support for decoding VP9 video and encoding and decoding 4K 10-bit HEVC video. Otherwise, the chips use the same architecture as the previous Skylake generation, including the existing Skylake x86 pipeline.





The new generation is the first to break Intel’s tick-tock cadence of alternating between a new process node and a new microarchitecture every year. With the increasing complexity and costs of pursuing Moore’s Law and a slowing PC market, Intel decided to stretch one process generation across three years and three families of chips.

The 14+nm process delivers transistor-level enhancements such as taller fins and improved gate pitch, interconnect speed and aspect ratio to deliver 12% better performance. At its Intel Developer Forum earlier this month, the company said it plans to make product families in three generations of its emerging 10nm process.

At the systems level, Kaby Lake should enable 19% faster browsing and photo editing. Systems should deliver 4K resolutions for games running at 35 frames/second and support 4K movie playback for up to 9.5 hours.


Mobile Kaby Lake processors running at 4.5W-15W are shipping now with systems using them expected this fall. Higher-end notebooks and desktops with up to 65W processors will follow early next year.

Many of the systems will sport innovations not directly related to the new processors. For example, as many as 120 designs are expected to use the Thunderbolt 3, a 40 Gbit/second link using the USB Type C connector. More than 50 systems are expected to adopt 4K panels and fanless notebooks such as the Asus Transformer 3 are expected to measure less than 7mm in thickness.

Intel said the new systems will deliver “more than 70 percent faster mobile productivity than a 5-year-old PC and 3.5x better 3D graphics performance than a 5 year old PC.”

The comparisons deflect attention from the lower performance numbers compared to last year’s 14nm Skylake chips. They also hope to encourage upgrades from users holding on to their systems longer than in the past.


Edit: This time new Intel chips bring no IPC gains thumb.gif
Edited by Pro3ootector - 10/3/16 at 5:59am
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Could it be reverse HT? I remember Intel talking about something like that.

Intel has been working on ways for hardware coherency to reduce the penalty for leveraging multiple cores, and there are other processors designs that allow flexible reassignment of execution resources, but neither of these constitute "reverse HT" and neither of them are in Kaby Lake.
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The single core turbo probably goes over 5Ghz, around 5.3 or something.

I highly doubt this.
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Lol at believing 40% from WABCEFGtech

Not even the original article claims anywhere near a 40% IPC increase. They explicitly mention that the score is 42% higher and that whatever it's cause, it takes into account whatever clock speed it was run at as well.

The test results are questionable, but that massive IPC increase claim originated here from people who made silly assumptions.
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Will these have PCI-E 4?
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The single core turbo probably goes over 5Ghz, around 5.3 or something.

I highly doubt this.

Yes but as people have pointed out already, a 6700K @ 4.0Ghz scores around 4500 points. This 6131 score is 36% to faster than that score. Minus a generous 6% IPC improvement, you're still left with a massive 30% performance gain from clock speeds. 30% faster than 4Ghz ends up being 5.2Ghz.

If the benchmarks can be trusted, and this is a big if, the scores suggest that we are indeed looking at boosts in the 5.2Ghz+ range. rolleyes.gif
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If geekbench is the new reference, I think I'll stay with my i5 6600k then....
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