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post #11 of 102 (permalink) Old 04-26-2020, 02:12 AM
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Quote: Originally Posted by mothergoose729 View Post
The Q6600 and the first generation of celeron were also pretty legendary IMO.

The first generation of i7 was probably the most advanced feeling thing ever. Crazy new architecture with no north bridge and triple channel memory. Felt like the future.
That sweet sweet G0 stepping that everyone craved for. It will always be the lesser CPU's that punch well above their weight that will be/remain legendary. The 3950x may be a historic marker of the first 16core "mainstream" CPU, but you expect it's performance. Before the 2500k came out, who'd have thought it would be smashing 5ghz on air and be 8years before it became more or less necessary to upgrade (although you'd still probably be fine with it as long as your gpu was up to the job).
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The Q6600 and the first generation of celeron were also pretty legendary IMO.

The first generation of i7 was probably the most advanced feeling thing ever. Crazy new architecture with no north bridge and triple channel memory. Felt like the future.
The E4300 and 6300 were far more amazing than the Q6600. 100% Overclocks weren't unheard of and I clocked my E6300 so almost 3GHz. I had the E4300, E6300 and the Q6600 and when it came to overclocking the two former chips were just amazing. They were probably the best overclocking chips ever released. Now we're lucking if we can squeeze 10% out of our CPU's on phase change or LN2.

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7700K was never legendary.
That pigeon poop they called TIM was pretty legendary.

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Appears like people are yearning for conversation quite a bit these days when a single word sparks a discussion. I only meant that in the way that the 7700K was the last of Intel's quad core desktop flagships, before they began adding cores. It was the end of a long series of small incremental changes from one year to the next, and its end signaled the sharp rise in value and performance for enthusiasts.

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It was the end beginning of a long series of small incremental excremental changes from one year to the next
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According to this leak both the single core speed & the overall multi core performance look to be comparable to the legendary i7-7700K with both @ stock speeds. Do keep in mind that we need some more concrete & real sources before knowing anything for certain though.

Source - https://www.guru3d.com/news-story/am...ore-leaks.html
I am more curious why Intel cpus, 4 generations apart score almost identical. (actually lower for newer gen even)

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I am more curious why Intel cpus, 4 generations apart score almost identical. (actually lower for newer gen even)
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That sweet sweet G0 stepping that everyone craved for. It will always be the lesser CPU's that punch well above their weight that will be/remain legendary. The 3950x may be a historic marker of the first 16core "mainstream" CPU, but you expect it's performance. Before the 2500k came out, who'd have thought it would be smashing 5ghz on air and be 8years before it became more or less necessary to upgrade (although you'd still probably be fine with it as long as your gpu was up to the job).
up to the job, and still gaming @ 1080p

still though, yep. I think Sandy/Ivy is the one generation I played around with the most. 2500k, to 3930k to 4930k. the 4930k is still trucking along just fine to this day powering a 120hz1080p moba rig.

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Quote: Originally Posted by speed_demon View Post
Appears like people are yearning for conversation quite a bit these days when a single word sparks a discussion. I only meant that in the way that the 7700K was the last of Intel's quad core desktop flagships, before they began adding cores. It was the end of a long series of small incremental changes from one year to the next, and its end signaled the sharp rise in value and performance for enthusiasts.
100% of 3 day thread crapping arguments are over 1 word here on OCN.

personally i was going to give you little crap over it but figured you'd get flame enough as it is.

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