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post #1 of 200 (permalink) Old 05-23-2015, 08:48 AM - Thread Starter
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some leaked benchmarks


Geekbench single core


Geekbench multithread


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Cinebench R11.5 - multithread


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Cinebench R15 multithread


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Ouch.
In Geekbench ST Skylake scores almost 67% higher than Kaveri at the same clocks.
Excavator is expected to be 5% faster than Steamroller on average and Zen is supposed to be 40% faster than Excavator.

Nearly 1/4 worse IPC and most likely a significant hit in clocking compared to even Kaveri and Carrizo...
I certainly hope the entry level Zen´s are 8 core units and high-end desktop models 12 to 16 (ie. 16/24/32 threads) units.
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I think, if the Zen will be a bit worse than Skylake in single core, could be similar in multithread. AMD CPUs were always more effective (ratio to single core result) than Intel CPus.

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Very nice IPC increase over Haswell, almost 10% once normalized with respect to clock rate.

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6700k is so disappointing if the rumored price is above 400$ its insane really

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Ugh decisions decisions... X99 and Haswell-E, Skylake, or wait it out for Skylake-E... thinking.gif

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Skylake-E, long time of waiting. Maybe this Skylake (after official reviews and how good will be in OC)

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How sad. It barely beats the i7 4790K and is clocked about the same. If it was clocked at 3.3 or 3.4 GHz like an earlier leak and performs at the same level I would be very happy.

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6700K vs 4790K:

Geekbench: 4% increase (single-thread), 9% increase (multi-thread)
Cinebench R11.5: 4% increase (single-thread), 9% increase (multi-thread)
Cinebench R15: 4% increase (single-thread), 9% increase (multi-thread)


First of all, pretty consistent results (rounded to 1 digit but still).
Also: is there any improvement in multi-threading in Skylake or does it just boost better when all 4 cores are active due to higher TDP?

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How sad. It barely beats the i7 4790K and is clocked about the same. If it was clocked at 3.3 or 3.4 GHz like an earlier leak and performs at the same level I would be very happy.
Makes the 4790k look like a screaming deal right now.

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