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If a 7700K can do 5.3/5.0 core/uncore, can't the 7350K do 5.5+?


http://forum.hwbot.org/showthread.php?t=165308
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Spend a couple more 2cents.gif and get an i5
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Originally Posted by Pro3ootector View Post

I would not recomend it over A12, cause AMD has better integrated graphics ( by much ) it's also unlocked, and AM4 can handle 8 core CPUs.
It would be interesting to compare both AMD and Intel's unlocked chips.

As a note, the 7350K is unlocked. It has a lot of the overclocking crowd fairly excited because there was a ton of activity around the g3258, and arguably just as much if not more with the Skylake dual cores (even if they were locked multiplier).
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This cpu is going to be the most recommended cpu in coming months over 4c ryzen no matter how good ryzen will be( iF). amd will fail to make money and lag behind again when 8xxx series core cpus launches. and people will sing same old song of " if amd had better bla bla bla .... " biggrin.gif

pretty nice movie by Intel. wink.gif

We are gonna here "dual core is good enough, you dont need 8 threads" lol
post #15 of 364
This chip is a little champion!

Might pick this up and turn it into a monster firewall(for just myself of course);
Blow away my J1900 firewall, squid and snort would be a running like sonic on cocaine.

EDIT: holy hell it beats my 4770k at 4.4/4.5 in cinebench. What a monster.
Edited by davidelite10 - 1/11/17 at 5:49am
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Originally Posted by davidelite10 View Post

This chip is a little champion!

Might pick this up and turn it into a monster firewall(for just myself of course);
Blow away my J1900 firewall, squid and snort would be a running like sonic on cocaine.

EDIT: holy hell it beats my 4770k at 4.4/4.5 in cinebench. What a monster.

Not really... that was a single thread test. I'd hope a 5.1ghz Kabylake processor had a faster single core score over a 4.4ghz Haswell based cpu. wink.gif

Impressive for a dual core, but a poor choice for a modern gaming system. Unfortunately people are still going to recommend it rolleyes.gif
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Originally Posted by Cakewalk_S View Post

I'd love to see the power consumption numbers of this chip at stock and overclocked... It may be a new winner...2500k replacement for most

Replace a true quad core with plenty of performance at 4ghz+ for a higher IPC dual core with hyper threading? Sidegrade at best.
Edited by SoloCamo - 1/11/17 at 5:59am
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The Intel Z97 platform that we used to test the Intel 1150 processors was running the ASUS Z97-A motherboard with BIOS 2801 that came out on 11/15/2015. The Corsair Vengeance 16GB 4000MHz DDR4 dual channel memory kit was manually set to 3000MHz with 15-15-15-36 1T memory timings.
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If you extrapolate from this
http://www.techspot.com/article/1171-ddr4-4000-mhz-performance/page2.html
The 7700K at 5.1 with 4266 19-19-19-39 might even match a 6900K at 4.4/3000 in x264
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Some of this performance is because of DDR4 I think. Price is going to determine if this will sell well or not.
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Not really... that was a single thread test. I'd hope a 5.1ghz Kabylake processor had a faster single core score over a 4.4ghz Haswell based cpu. wink.gif

Impressive for a dual core, but a poor choice for a modern gaming system. Unfortunately people are still going to recommend it rolleyes.gif

I actually don't doubt this $138 chip would be great on a budget build, I'd love to see some benches with it and let's say a 1080 and rx480 to see if it throttles.

That's why I mentioned Firewall, but still for a 2core to dominate my 4c haswell is hilarious for it's price.

Only 138 bucks? spend 80 on a decent micro ATX and 2 16gb sticks for about 200 and BAM, a firewall crunching 1-2MPPS with IDS/IPS and Caching/proxying for 1000s of users(or just myself) for only 500 bucks..
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Intel has a knack of releasing stuff like this when it is the midst of becoming useless. First the unlocked pentium, now the unlocked i3. This would have been cool like 5 years ago.
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