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  • - Intel® Core™ i7 i7-4770K 3.5 GHz
  • - 8 MB Smart Cache LGA 1150 (Socket H3)
  • - Processor cores: 4 22 nm 64-bit 84 W
  • - Maximum internal memory supported by processor: 32 GB DDR3-SDRAM, DDR3L-SDRAM
  • - On-board graphics card Intel® HD Graphics 4600
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Intel Core i7-4770K, 8M Cache, 3.5 GHz, 5 GT/s DMI2
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HP Intel Core i7-4770K, Intel® Core™ i7, LGA 1150 (Socket H3), 22 nm, i7-4770K, 3.5 GHz, 64-bit

Long summary description HP Intel Core i7-4770K processor 3.5 GHz 8 MB Smart Cache:
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HP Intel Core i7-4770K. Processor family: Intel® Core™ i7, Processor socket: LGA 1150 (Socket H3), Processor lithography: 22 nm. Memory channels: Dual-channel, Maximum internal memory supported by processor: 32 GB, Memory types supported by processor: DDR3-SDRAM, DDR3L-SDRAM. On-board graphics card model: Intel® HD Graphics 4600, Maximum on-board graphics card memory: 2 GB, On-board graphics card outputs supported: DVI, DisplayPort, Embedded DisplayPort (eDP), HDMI, VGA (D-Sub). PCI Express configurations: 1x16, 1x8+2x4, 2x8, Supported instruction sets: AVX 2.0, SSE4.1, SSE4.2, Scalability: 1S

Processor
Processor generation
4th gen Intel® Core™ i7
Processor model *
i7-4770K
Processor base frequency *
3.5 GHz
Processor family *
Intel® Core™ i7
Processor cores *
4
Processor socket *
LGA 1150 (Socket H3)
Processor lithography *
22 nm
Processor threads
8
System bus rate
5 GT/s
Processor operating modes *
64-bit
Processor boost frequency
3.9 GHz
Processor cache
8 MB
Processor cache type
Smart Cache
Thermal Design Power (TDP)
84 W
Stepping
C0
Bus type
DMI2
Memory bandwidth supported by processor (max)
25.6 GB/s
Memory
Maximum internal memory supported by processor
32 GB
Memory types supported by processor
DDR3-SDRAM, DDR3L-SDRAM
Memory clock speeds supported by processor
1333, 1600 MHz
Memory voltage supported by processor
1.5 V
Memory channels *
Dual-channel
ECC
No
Graphics
On-board graphics card *
Yes
On-board graphics card model *
Intel® HD Graphics 4600
Maximum on-board graphics card memory
2 GB
On-board graphics card outputs supported
DVI, DisplayPort, Embedded DisplayPort (eDP), HDMI, VGA (D-Sub)
On-board graphics card base frequency
350 MHz
On-board graphics card dynamic frequency (max)
1250 MHz
Number of displays supported (on-board graphics)
3
On-board graphics card DirectX version
11.2/12
On-board graphics card OpenGL version
4.3
On-board graphics card maximum resolution (DisplayPort)
3840 x 2160 pixels
On-board graphics card maximum resolution (eDP - Integrated Flat Panel)
3840 x 2160 pixels
On-board graphics card maximum resolution (HDMI)
4096 x 2304 pixels
On-board graphics card maximum resolution (VGA)
1920 x 1200 pixels
On-board graphics card refresh rate at maximum resolution (DisplayPort)
60 Hz
On-board graphics card refresh rate at maximum resolution (eDP - Integrated Flat Panel)
60 Hz
On-board graphics card refresh rate at maximum resolution (HDMI)
24 Hz
Graphics
On-board graphics card refresh rate at maximum resolution (VGA)
60 Hz
Features
Execute Disable Bit
Yes
Idle States
Yes
Thermal Monitoring Technologies
Yes
Maximum number of PCI Express lanes
16
PCI Express slots version
3.0
PCI Express configurations
1x16, 1x8+2x4, 2x8
Supported instruction sets
AVX 2.0, SSE4.1, SSE4.2
Scalability
1S
CPU configuration (max)
1
Embedded options available
No
Graphics & IMC lithography
22 nm
Processor special features
Intel® Anti-Theft Technology (Intel® AT)
Yes
Intel® Hyper Threading Technology (Intel® HT Technology)
Yes
Intel® Identity Protection Technology (Intel® IPT)
Yes
Intel® My WiFi Technology (Intel® MWT)
Yes
Intel® Turbo Boost Technology
2.0
Intel® Quick Sync Video Technology
Yes
Intel® InTru™ 3D Technology
Yes
Intel® Wireless Display (Intel® WiDi)
Yes
Intel FDI Technology
Yes
Intel® Clear Video HD Technology (Intel® CVT HD)
Yes
Intel® Insider™
Yes
Intel® AES New Instructions (Intel® AES-NI)
Yes
Enhanced Intel SpeedStep Technology
Yes
Intel Trusted Execution Technology
No
Intel VT-x with Extended Page Tables (EPT)
Yes
Intel® Secure Key
Yes
Intel TSX-NI
No
Intel Stable Image Platform Program (SIPP)
No
Intel® OS Guard
Yes
Intel® Small Business Advantage (Intel® SBA)
Yes
Intel 64
Yes
Intel Virtualization Technology (VT-x)
Yes
Intel Virtualization Technology for Directed I/O (VT-d)
No
Conflict-Free processor
Yes
Intel® vPro™ Platform Eligibility
No
Operational conditions
Tcase
72.72 °C
Source Testseek summary Average rating
Reviews
Updated:
2019-11-28 17:41:13
Uk has collected 311 expert reviews for HP Intel Core i7-4770K processor 3.5 GHz 8 MB Smart Cache and the average expert rating is 87 of 100. The average score reflects the expert community’s view on this product. Click below and use Uk to see all ratings, product awards and conclusions.
87%
Source Review comments Score
tech-critter.com
Updated:
2019-11-28 17:39:00
Let's face it - 2017 is coming to an end soon, and everyone needs RGB. Yes - need RGB regardless of your rig's age. But there's a problem - what if your motherboard doesn't support RGB? After all, RGB headers on motherboards are a pretty new thing. Fret...
0%
uk.hardware.info
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2019-11-28 17:39:00
That the fastest processors are currently made by Intel is not really a secret, but what is the best choice when you want to spend up to £ 50, £100 or £150? To answer that question we conducted a megatest of 57 current AMD and Intel CPUs. From two to...
0%
ocaholic.ch.english
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2019-11-28 17:39:01
When Intel released their new Haswell-E CPUs, we decided to rework our CPU gaming performance articles. Meanwhile we're testing different resolutions and there are FullHD, 1440p as well as UHD on our list. This way you get a more detailed understanding of...
0%
pinoyunboxing.com
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2019-11-28 17:39:01
Short pinoy unboxing & overview of the Intel Core i7 4770k with some benchmark scores.Benchtest Specs:CPU: Intel Core i7 4770k RAM: Corsair Vengeance CL9 1600Mhz MOBO: Gigabyte Z87XUDH3 Storage Drive: OCZ Agility 3 Cooler: Corsair H100Benchmark Results:(c...
0%
ocaholic.ch.english
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2019-11-28 17:39:01
Our series of gaming performance articles where we take one CPU and put it up against another one and run a series of game benchmarks, is very well known meanwhile...
0%
maxit.com.my
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2019-11-28 17:39:27
It's been a long time coming, but Haswell has made it to the MAX-IT offices! Intel's new microarchitecture is now available at retailers all across the world, and comes in your familiar Core i3, i5 and i7 naming scheme, albeit with a “4” rather than a “2”...
60%
hardwarezone.com.ph
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2019-11-28 17:39:35
5th June 2013 was a big day for Intel as it officially launched the fourth generation Core microprocessor architecture and a slew of processors and platforms for desktops and mobile systems alike. Popularly referred by its codename "Intel Haswell", some s...
Bottom line Integrated Graphics Performance3DMark (2013) ResultsGiven that the number of execution units on the Intel HD Graphics 4600 against that of the Intel HD Graphics 4000 is 20 vs. 16, that alone accounts for 25% i ]]> Haswell Core i7-4770K's performance is ab...
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ocaholic.ch.english
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2019-11-28 17:39:35
With Haswell's IGP Intel had set itself ambitious goals. One for example is that they want to heat up the competition with AMD when it comes to integrated grahics performance. Wether Intel is going to succeed or not and how Intel's HD 4600 as well as AMD'...
0%
pcauthority.com.au
Updated:
2019-11-28 17:39:36
It is that time again, when the eighteen month Moore's Law clock hits zero and the next generation of CPU hardware arrives, fulfilling the promise of a doubling of transistors with each cycle. Known until now by the codename Haswell, Intel's unsurprisingl...
Bottom line Not quite as compelling an upgrade as we hoped...
0%
play3r.net
Updated:
2019-11-28 17:40:00
With Intel having released it's latest processor range (Haswell), which is now on the shelves of most PC component retailers and with many questions on people's minds such as, what's the difference in performance?  Is it worth upgrading to Haswell from Iv...
Bottom line So after running a small array of benchmarks we can see the results for ourselves.  Is Haswell worth the upgrade from Ivybridge? The short answer is no, and let me explain my thoughts and feelings about why I feel this way. First thing is the performanc...
0%
itreviews.com
Updated:
2019-11-28 17:40:25
The quad-core Intel Core i7-4770K is the company’s new top-end chip based on its Haswell microarchitecture and its second processor built on the 22nm process node. The chip includes a number of new capabilities and enhancements and is a notable step forwa...
Bottom line The Intel Core i7-4770K, based on Intel's Haswell microarchitecture, is a great chip if you need an upgrade, but performance gains are modest...
60%
techradar.com
Updated:
2019-11-28 17:40:26
Spare a thought for the new Intel Core i7-4770K. It's the fastest version of the desktop part of Intel's latest CPU architecture, known as Haswell. With that comes expectations. This isn't just a minor tweak or a die shrink. As Intel itself proudly claims...
Good Still the best mainstream PC processor, Excellent per, core performance, More efficient than ever...
Bad Not much faster than before, Needs yet another new CPU socket, Misses out on Intel's excellent new Iris graphics...
Bottom line The overall gist, then, it that rarely has a CPU mooted as a brand new architecture done so little to change the game for desktop computing. It's still a great CPU and the only option at this price point. It's just barely any better than the processor it...
70%
techradar.com/au/
Updated:
2019-11-28 17:40:26
Spare a thought for the new Intel Core i7-4770K. It's the fastest version of the desktop part of Intel's latest CPU architecture, known as Haswell.With that comes expectations. This isn't just a minor tweak or a die shrink. As Intel itself proudly claims...
Good Still the best mainstream PC processor, Excellent percore performance, More efficient than ever...
Bad Not much faster than before, Needs yet another new CPU socket, Misses out on Intel's excellent new Iris graphics...
Bottom line The overall gist, then, it that rarely has a CPU mooted as a brand new architecture done so little to change the game for desktop computing. It's still a great CPU and the only option at this price point. It's just barely any better than the processor it...
70%
hardwareheaven.com
Updated:
2019-11-28 17:40:36
For some time now Intel have been kings of the desktop market. Their processors such as the i7-3970X have gone unchallenged in the enthusiast market with AMD focusing on lower priced, mainstream to high(ish) end parts. The FX-8350 for example has some are...
Bottom line Starting with the CPU the Core i7-4770K is another impressive CPU from Intel. It takes what we know and love about the 3770K and offers a step more along the path in terms of features and performance. Some of that is down to tweaks to the processor cores...
100%
expertreviews.co.uk
Updated:
2019-11-28 17:40:36
Intel’s 4th-generation Core processors, also known under the codename Haswell, are finally upon us. Intel has made much fuss over the improved power efficiency of the new chips and improvements in the onboard graphics, but desktop PC users (particularly t...
Bottom line The i7-4770K is 15 per cent more powerful than its predecessor and has much improved 3D graphics...
100%
Bit-Tech.net
Updated:
2019-11-28 17:40:44
It’s just over 13 months since we last saw a major CPU upgrade from Intel and over two years since anyone wanting to run the latest hardware from the Santa Clara giant had to replace their motherboard. Today, both are happening again. Yes, sadly, it’s...
Bottom line Intel clearly has things other than raw performance on its mind, as you've probably figured by the vast amount of efficiency and power saving-related marketing material preceding today's NDA. An average of a four to 10 per cent increase isn't to be sniffe...
0%
HEXUS.net
Updated:
2019-11-28 17:40:52
Is it too early to call Intel a semiconductor manufacturer in decline? Perhaps, yet in the consumer space there's no ignoring the recurring signs. UMPCs barely got going, netbooks have been forgotten, and Ultrabooks aren't doing enough to stall the steady...
Good Fastest quadcore consumer chip in the world, Scalable, forwardlooking architecture, IGP up to 50 per cent faster, Classleading power consumption...
Bad New motherboard required for LGA1150, Early chips show limited overclocking potential, HEXUS Awards, Intel Core i74770K, HEXUS Where2Buy, The Intel Core i74770K processor will be available to purchase from Scan Computers, HEXUS Right2Reply, At HEXUS, we...
Bottom line Haswell marks a fundamental shift in the computing landscape. With its fourth-generation Core micro-architecture, Intel's focus has moved from all-out performance to efficiency and scalability. Harnessing everything that's good about its predecessors, th...
0%
tweaktown.com
Updated:
2019-11-28 17:41:00
As silly as it sounds, right now is the first time we can officially say words like "Haswell" and "Z87". Due to the general way an Intel NDA works, our ability to release specific names when it comes to upcoming platforms is rather limited. While any...
Bottom line Intel's Haswell, Z87 and the i7 4770K are a good natural progression. We find ourselves sitting in that boat where if you're already on a strong Series 7 setup, you probably won't be in a rush to make the jump like we've seen from previous generation...
94%
eteknix.com
Updated:
2019-11-28 17:41:01
The build-up to the launch of Intel's fourth generation of core processors, codename Haswell, has been extensive. To my recollection this has got to be one of the most publicized launches to date, and expectations have been set very high for Intel's new p...
Good Excellent overall performance, Unparalleled single threaded performance, Good overclocking headroom, Priced competitively to Ivy Bridge, Improved integrated graphics...
Bad Runs with high temperatures, We saw worse than Ivy Bridge power consumption figures, Comparatively low performance gain versus Ivy Bridge, eTeknix says: Intel have raised the performance bar once again and Haswell is a platform that delivers unparalleled...
Bottom line Intel have raised the performance bar once again and Haswell is a platform that delivers unparalleled single threaded performance along with high levels of power efficiency for the performance it offers. While the Core i7 4770K is unlikely to sway Ivy Br...
0%
alphr.com
Updated:
2019-11-28 17:41:01
After more than 18 months of anticipation, the Intel Haswell architecture is finally here. Haswell – officially known as 4th Generation Intel Core – promises to reduce power requirements and boost performance, especially in the arena of graphics. Haswell...
Bottom line An all-new processor architecture brings upgrades across the board, with beefed-up graphics and numerous power-saving optimisations...
0%
overclockersclub.com
Updated:
2019-11-28 17:41:02
Today marks the introduction of Intel's Fourth Generation of Core series processors, codenamed Haswell, for both the mobile and desktop markets. We have seen a progression over the past few launches of Intel's mainstream processors improving IGP performan...
Good Performance, Overclocking, Integrated GPU, Increased SATA 6Gbps...
Bad Heat...
Bottom line After running the 4th Gen Core i7 4770K through its paces, I found that it is a strong successor to the mainstream crown that was held by the 3rd Gen Core i7 3770K. Priced at $339 and sure to drop the price point between the two processors is negligible a...
0%
vortez.net
Updated:
2019-11-28 17:41:10
Just over 12 months ago we were casting our critical eye over what was to be codenamed Intel Ivy Bridge and in such a short space of time we are to examine its successor, namely Haswell. Haswell discussion has been filli...
Bottom line Intel Haswell has been a hot topic for a considerable amount of time. Even before Ivy Bridge had even hit the shelves troops of enthusiasts were speculating about what could be, but some 12 months since Intel’s 3rd generation processor launch we are o...
0%
hardwarecanucks.com
Updated:
2019-11-28 17:41:11
After more than two years of speculation Intel’s Haswell is finally here. This new architecture incorporates several new and potentially game-changing features into a 22nm die that consumes substantially less power than Ivy Bridge. In this review we...
Bottom line Haswell may represent Intel’s newest processor architecture, incorporating many new features but its roots are still firmly grounded in the past. This combination has led to an interesting blend of previous generation highlights alongside new ideologie...
0%
lanoc.org
Updated:
2019-11-28 17:39:00
Its hard to believe considering we just finished up an Intel launch, but it is already time to check out Intel’s next launch. Kaby Lake was launched at the beginning of this year and the Mainstream lineup of CPUs is getting refreshed with Coffee Lake and Z370. This is the 8th generation of Intel’s Core processors going back to the original launch back in 2006...
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lanoc.org
Updated:
2019-11-28 17:39:00
So last month AMD introduced Ryzen to the world with their Ryzen 7 processors. I took a look at all three and also did some more in depth gaming testing. Well, now it's finally time for AMD to introduce the Ryzen 5 CPUs for those who are looking for more...
Bottom line Well, the Ryzen 7 launch has a surprising amount of excitement and drama mixed together with the impressive numbers but with memory issues and game performance causing very polarized opinions on social media and on websites like Reddit. AMD fans even...
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hardocp.com
Updated:
2019-11-28 17:39:00
I am going to do a bit of cut and paste here from our first article...again, as I think the introduction needs to be made again.For the last year, the Video Card Forums have been abuzz with...
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techspot.com
Updated:
2019-11-28 17:39:00
Though there are still some hotly anticipated titles due in 2016, we might already have the game of the year on our hands. Overwatch has been on our radar for a while now but it recently blew up in a big way with an open beta that attracted over 9 million...
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anandtech.com
Updated:
2019-11-28 17:39:00
In our first part of our Broadwell coverage , we rushed to test both the i7-5775C and the i5-5765C in our new benchmarking suite against the previous generation of Haswell processors as well as AMDs Kaveri lineup. In Part 2, we have spent more time with t...
Bottom line Since then, despite the perseverance of (or soon to be mildly delayed) Moore's Law, performance is measured differently. Efficiency, core count, integrated SIMD graphics, heterogeneous system architecture and specific instruction sets are now used due to...
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techspot.com
Updated:
2019-11-28 17:39:01
Although I didn't spend much time playing Batman: Arkham Origins, I remember the game rather well after testing it on no less than 30 graphics cards and 20 CPUs. Arkham Origins appeared to take full advantage of Unreal Engine 3, it ran smoothly on afforda...
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techpowerup.com
Updated:
2019-11-28 17:39:01
Intel's Haswell refresh line has drawn a lot of conspicuous looks from those who supported the initial Haswell offering (with the i7-4770K taking the helm). Stating the disbelievers on point, there just can't be much of a difference between Haswell and i...
Good Added speed, Better thermal interface material, Performance slightly better than the Intel Core i74770K when overclocked...
Bad Compared to the price gap, the speed difference to the Intel Core i74770K is not very noticeable, Overclocking seems to be more sensitive to BCLK adjustments...
89%
techspot.com
Updated:
2019-11-28 17:39:01
Nearly six years have passed since the Core i7 series debuted as a 45nm part on the LGA1366 platform. Codenamed Bloomfield, Intel's Nehalem-based quad-core lineup included the celebrated Core i7-920 and has since been refined over many iterations through...
Bottom line Competition is a good thing and without it, we all lose out. Unfortunately, Intel isn't facing much in the way of competition in the desktop CPU market right now, and they haven't for some time. AMD's year and a half old Piledriver-based FX processors can...
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hardwarebbq.com
Updated:
2019-11-28 17:39:22
When Intel talked about Haswell during IDF 2012, the chipmaker pointed out that it will have 5%- 15% gains over Ivy Bridge when set on same clocks, but Intel was aiming to gain big gains in lesser power consumption, especially for notebooks and smaller fo...
Bottom line As far as Z87 platform is concerned, Intel managed to catch up with AMD in terms of providing 6x native SATA 6Gbps ports and also provides USB 3.0 natively via 6. Those with 3670K and 3770K wouldn't consider making a jump, and a lot of mainstream users wo...
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techpowerup.com
Updated:
2019-11-28 17:39:27
I would like to thank Intel, Asrock, and EK for providing the review samples. vs. Intel, the world's leading semiconductor company, released a new series of CPUs called Haswell two months ago. The Haswell series succeeds Ivy Bridge, whose most popular mo...
Good Good price, Great performance for its price, Better iGPU performance than HD 4000, Low power consumption under both idle and load, High performance, Includes HyperThreading Technology, Better iGPU performance than HD 4000, Good price to performance ratio...
Bad Really high temperature under load, Low overclocking potential, Small performance increase versus Core i53570K, High temperature under load, Low overclocking potential...
89%
legitreviews.com
Updated:
2019-11-28 17:39:27
We all love doing computer upgrades, but sometimes we have to ask ourselves if a full system upgrade is worth it or necessary. There are times that you may only gain a small percentage of a performance boost, where there are other times that you gain sign...
Bottom line So the question you have to ask yourself, “Was the upgrade worth it?” Well, from my personal standpoint, ABSOLUTELY! I use my computer for video encoding, photo editing, and gaming, and I was getting quite frustrated with my old system. The video card cou...
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insidehw.com
Updated:
2019-11-28 17:39:35
Recently we've tested Intel's first processor based on Haswell architecture and we've come to a conclusion that it didn't bring anything new. A total of 10% increase in performances compared to its predecessor in processor tests, while the only big improv...
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techgage.com
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2019-11-28 17:39:35
Hmm, is that the doorbell? Hi, come in and sit a spell, as we take the hassle out of understanding Haswell. Will we dwell on its performance and liken it to stepping barefoot on a seashell, and bid it farewell? Or will we exalt it for packing a punch like...
Bottom line At this article's outset, we established all of what makes Intel's Haswell architecture so noteworthy. We always expect performance to be improved from one architecture to the next, and of course, we expect the same for power-efficiency. Here, though, I...
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wccftech.com
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2019-11-28 17:39:35
When Intel released their Nehalem architecture based on the 45nm process in 2008, AMD knew that they would once again be left trailing behind Chipzilla in their race to secure x86 performance dominance. A year later, AMD went ahead to release their own 45...
Bottom line You may wonder why it took us so long to review the FX-8150? We received the processor last month and had to cover the Haswell Core i7-4770K first along with Computex 2013 which had put alot of load on me. But here we finally have the Bulldozer review and...
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futurelooks.com
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2019-11-28 17:39:44
COMPUTEX 2013 – Keep Up On All The Latest Computer Stuff from the Big Show in Taipei! - See It All! It’s been just about two years since Intel launched 3rd Generation Ivy Bridge processors which you may recall offers built-in features that make surpris...
Good Better performance upgrade than Ivy, More overclocking options, Better overclocking potential: If you keep it cool!, Improved integrated memory controller, Overclocking memory improves performance, Haswell’s 3D transistor technology favors mobile...
Bad The Core i74770K operates slightly hotter than Core i73770K, Overclocking requires more patience than Ivy and Sandy, The overclocking learning curve is definitely higher...
Bottom line Overall, the new processor provides some decent performance increases in just about every department but Haswell is hot! In fact, it’s making Ivy Bridge look cool, both literally and in many other regards, like making it OK to stay with it for now. Gra...
88%
missingremote.com
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2019-11-28 17:39:44
As many in the home theater PC (HTPC) community are aware, madVR produces an unparallelled level of flexibly and performance. Producing results that rival some of the best dedicated video processors available in the market. It was not that long ago that u...
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phoronix.com
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2019-11-28 17:39:52
For the Jacobi Successive Over-Relaxation test in SciMark2, the performance is noticeably superior on LLVM/Clang. For the Himeno scientific workload, LLVM/Clang is slower than GCC and unfortunately with the new LLVM/Clang 3.3 the performance had regr...
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thinkcomputers.org
Updated:
2019-11-28 17:40:00
This item can be found at the following stores: Just a year ago Intel launched their Ivy Bridge processors and now a year later we have another platform launch from Intel. The 4th Generation Core Haswell processors are the “tock” to Intel’s “tick” a...
Good Great performance, Integrated graphics have been much improved over Ivy Bridge, CPU cooler mounting points have not changed with new socket, Low power states...
Bad Not a drastic improvement over Ivy Bridge, Another new socket, Weak overclocking...
Bottom line When a new processor from Intel comes out many people are expecting a huge improvement over the previous generation, but we lately we really have not seen that. If you look at the update cycle of 1 year that cannot be expected. Ivy Bridge only offering...
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decryptedtech.com
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2019-11-28 17:40:00
Editor's Note – We delayed our release of the Haswell review due to some performance issues we saw with some of our tests. We reached out to Intel and all of the companies that provide our testing software to ensure that our numbers were accurate. We did...
Bottom line Intel's new Haswell based Core i7 4770k is a solid CPU, but as we can see from some of the tests not every piece of software will be able to take advantage of what it has to offer. There is also the possibility that motherboard makers will need to tweak t...
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phoronix.com
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2019-11-28 17:40:00
While some computationally-intense applications are benefiting greatly from the core-avx2 compiler optimizations, not all workloads will benefit. The core-avx2 instructions also caused some performance regressions with what's found in GCC 4.8.1. GCC...
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silentpcreview.com
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2019-11-28 17:40:08
Intel's latest mainstream processor architecture isn't a massive upgrade but Haswell does boast some performance gains, new/refined features, and improved energy efficiency, the latter most useful in the mobile chips running Windows 8.
Bottom line With the high-end CPU race firmly in their pocket, Intel didn't need to light the world aflame with a significantly faster processor. Breathing room is a luxury few technology companies can claim and its given Intel time to improve their products with...
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anandtech.com
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2019-11-28 17:40:17
The run up to Computex has been insane. Kabini , Haswell and Iris hit us back to back to back, not to mention all of the travel before receiving those products to get briefed on everything. Needless to say, we're in major catchup mode. There's a lot more...
Bottom line While there isn't a substantial increase in GPU performance between Richland and Trinity, AMD's GPU performance lead over Ivy Bridge was big enough to withstand Haswell's arrival. Note that although we're comparing performance to Haswell here, Richland ex...
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hardwareunboxed.com
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2019-11-28 17:40:17
Today we are checking out Intel’s latest CPU architecture codenamed Haswell, marking the introduction of the 4th generation Intel Core processors. On the test bed we have the flagship model, the Core i7-4770K which will be tested on the Asrock Z87 Prof...
Bottom line Final Thoughts ]In terms of performance the upgrade to Haswell is very reminiscent of that from Sandy Bridge to Ivy Bridge, in the sense that for the most part we only saw a very minor improvement in performance. Where Haswell looked most impressive...
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phoronix.com
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2019-11-28 17:40:17
For the multi-threaded C-Ray ray-tracer, none of the tested CPUs come close to matching the i7-4770K's performance-per-Watt under Linux. Stay tuned for additional Intel Core i7 4770K "Haswell" benchmarks under Linux coming soon on Phoronix. No conc...
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fudzilla.com
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2019-11-28 17:40:26
Haswell is nothing new to most of our readers. This was Intel's codename for what will be known as the fourth generation Core technology available for desktop and mobile computers, and we've been talking about it for ages. This is a “tock” product, based...
Bottom line Crysis 2 with XFX HD 7850 Black Edition API: DirectX 11 ( DirectX 11 Upgrade Patch) Hi-res Texture: On Quality: High Resolution: 1920x1080 Anti-Aliasing: 4X Map: Central Park Runs: 3 Comparison: Average FPS The Crysis score were made with XFX HD 78...
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Techreport.com
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2019-11-28 17:40:26
We've already seen what the Core i7-4770K can do at its default frequency. Now, it's time to go beyond the chip's stock speed.K-series Haswell processors provide overclockers with three ways to crank the CPU frequency. Raising the Turbo multiplier is the...
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Techreport.com
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2019-11-28 17:40:26
Another year has passed, and once again, it's time for Intel to unveil a new generation of processors. Somehow, it seems like we've been waiting longer than usual for this latest refresh. Dunno why that is. Perhaps it's because the...
Bottom line As always, the rafts of data on the preceding pages can be boiled down to one simple price-performance plot, for those folks considering a purchase. Here's how the Core i7-4770K stacks up against the two prior generations of Intel processors—and the clos...
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reviewstudio.net
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2019-11-28 17:40:34
The wait is over and the 4th generation Intel Core processors family, codename Haswell, is out in the wild, along with the new 8-series chipsets and socket LGA1150. They've lost 5 pins, but let's see the benefits.We had the chance to review the i7-4770K...
Bottom line TweetThe wait is over and the 4th generation Intel Core processors family, codename Haswell, is out in the wild, along with the new 8-series chipsets and socket LGA1150. They've lost 5 pins, but let's see the benefits.We had the chance to review the i7-47...
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overclock3d.net
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2019-11-28 17:40:35
Such is the relentless pace of development at Intel that today sees the release of their Haswell range of CPUs, the Fourth Generation, on a brand new LGA-1150 socket. This is at a time when the i5-2500K is still capable of powering some quick systems...
Bottom line We know you're all gagging to know how well the Core i7-4770K overclocks, so we'll be brief with our initial thoughts about the processor itself.Our benchmark results can be split into two distinct parts.On the one hand we have strictly computational, clo...
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hothardware.com
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2019-11-28 17:40:35
We've been talking about Intel's 4th Generation Core processor technology, codenamed Haswell, for over two years now. If you've been hanging around these parts and are like most self-respecting geeks, you've likely been feeling the build-up of Haswell...
Good Better IGP, Faster / Better Quick Sync, Some CPU Performance Improvements, BCLK Straps...
Bad Requires New Mobo / Socket, Not Much Faster Than Ivy Bridge...
Bottom line The Core i7-4770K's integrated Intel HD 4600 series graphics engine is clearly superior to the HD 4000 graphics in the 3770K, however. In every instance, the HD 4600 series GPU outran the HD 4000, sometimes by a large margin. Quick Sync video encoding was...
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benchmarkreviews.com
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2019-11-28 17:40:52
Manufacturer: Intel CorporationProduct Name: Desktop ProcessorModel Number: Core i7-4770KPrice As Tested: $339.00 MSRP Full Disclosure: The product sample used in this article has been provided by Intel. Many companies have committed to aggressive pro...
Good Still the best singlecore performance available, Dramatically improved iGPU performance, Mobile versions offer new ultralowpower modes, At least Intel didn't change the cooler mounting points...
Bad Only incremental CPU performance improvements over Ivy Bridge, New socket means a new motherboard is required for upgrades, Still only 16 PCIE lanes, Relatively poor overclocking...
Bottom line Haswell and its supporting "Lynx Point" Z87 chipset represent yet another incrementally refined iteration of Intel's mainstream CPU platform. Performance improvements at the CPU level are minor and will be unnoticeable except in benchmarks. The perfor...
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pcmag.com
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2019-11-28 17:40:52
The quad-core Intel Core i7-4770K is the company's new top-end chip based on its Haswell microarchitecture and its second processor built on the 22nm process node. The chip includes a number of new capabilities and enhancements and is a notable step forwa...
Good Intel's latest architecture adds new features. Improved performance.
Bad Draws slightly more power than previous designs. Less headroom for overclocking...
Bottom line The Intel Core i7-4770K, based on Intel's Haswell microarchitecture, is a great chip if you need an upgrade, but performance gains are modest...
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pcper.com
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2019-11-28 17:40:52
This spring has been unusually busy for us here at PC Perspective - with everything from new APU releases from AMD, new graphics cards from NVIDIA and now new desktop and mobile processors from Intel. There has never been a better time to be a...
Bottom line From a desktop component perspective, Haswell has impressed me with the Core i7-4770K.  I honestly wasn't expecting as much CPU performance increase with this release but seeing our benchmarks scale from 5-15% (sometimes higher) from the 3770K to the 4770...
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computershopper.com
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2019-11-28 17:40:52
Much of Intel’s focus with its new-for-2013 4th-Generation Core processors (code-named "Haswell" during their development) is on power efficiency. The aim: Longer battery life and thinner form factors for laptops and tablets. And really, that has to b...
Good Incrementally better top-end CPU performance for mainstream CPUs, Another big step up for integrated graphics performance, Unlocked for overclocking...
Bad Only slightly speedier than previous-generation counterpart, Not backward-compatible with earlier motherboards...
Bottom line Intel’s new top consumer CPU boosts integrated graphics a fair bit above last year’s Core i7-3770K, while ticking up slightly faster on our CPU-specific benchmarks. It’s a fine performer if you’re building or buying a new PC, though upgraders with a...
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legitreviews.com
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2019-11-28 17:41:00
Today Intel officially announced their 4th Generation Intel Core Processor architecture code-named "Haswell." This is the "tock" in Intel's roadmap that many enthusiasts have been waiting over a year for. While the Intel Haswell processors remain o...
Bottom line The Intel Core i7-4770K processor along with the robust features found on Z87 platforms make for a desktop solution that will last for years...
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techspot.com
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2019-11-28 17:41:00
Regular TechSpot readers will have no doubt spotted several mentions of Haswell on our front page this year. In the past few months we have covered everything from model names to performance and battery life claims. A key focus has been Haswell's graphics...
Good Slightly better performance, efficiency and graphics for the same price as Ivy Bridge. New architecture is the begining of the road ahead for Intel CPUs.
Bad With no tangible competition in the desktop realm, Intel is no longer focused on raw performance, so there's even less to see in that respect this year. New platform/socket is not welcome.
Bottom line In terms of performance the upgrade to Haswell is very reminiscent of what we observed when going from Sandy Bridge to Ivy Bridge: for the most part we saw very minor performance increases. Haswell looked most impressive in our encoding benchmarks where i...
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xbitlabs.com
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2019-11-28 17:41:01
Today is the first day of summer and also the day when Intel lifts the embargo on publications about performance of the Haswell, the new generation of Intel CPUs. The whole lot of Haswell-based products will be announced officially in three days, but t...
Bottom line Intel obviously refocused all their efforts on resolving the “ARM problem”. The microprocessor giant obviously doesn’t want to hand over the compact mobile devices market to the competition, therefore all their engineering forced have been directed to...
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Bjorn3d.com
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2019-11-28 17:41:01
Intel's newest offering to the upper mainstream platform is here with the new Haswell. The new i7 4770K and Intel DZ87KLT-75K will show us Intel's vision for moving the industry forward with better technology and performance.New chipset and CPU launches h...
Bad ATX (304.80 millimeters [12.00 inches] x 243.84 millimeters, [9.60 inches])...
Bottom line The Z87 chipset is a very capable contender as a mainstream replacement for the Z77 models. Overall there are so many things that have changed, it's very hard to mention it all. One major improvement is the full six port SATA 6Gbps capability directly fr...
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guru3d.com
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2019-11-28 17:41:01
Yes my fellow guru's, you can now say goodbye to Sandy and Ivy Bridge, and welcome a more energy efficient Haswell generation of processors from Intel. It has only been a year since Intel released their Ivy Bridge processors, with a year before that, Sand...
Bottom line Let me just say it. Core i7 4770K is the fastest quad-core processor on the globe, however it is going to disappoint the real enthusiast PC afficionados that where looking for actual RAW processor performance increasements, they have no reason to upgrade...
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techpowerup.com
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2019-11-28 17:41:01
I would like to thank ASUS for providing the review samples. Intel, the world's largest semiconductor company, released a new series of CPUs called Haswell. Intel's Haswell series requires a Socket 1150 motherboard. The new socket succeeds Intel's Socket...
Good High performance, Includes Hyper-Threading technology, Better temperatures than Ivy Bridge series, Good price based on performance, Very low power consumption under both idle and load, More memory overclocking options...
Bad Lower possible overclock than the Ivy Bridge series...
Bottom line The Intel Core i7-4770K retails for $342. High performance Includes Hyper-Threading technology Better temperatures than Ivy Bridge series Good price based on performance Very low power consumption under both idle and load More memory overclocking options...
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techpowerup.com
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2019-11-28 17:41:01
Today, Intel is announcing their new Haswell processor lineup. Just like last generation's Ivy Bridge, the processors are built on a 22 nanometer production process that offers performance improvements, especially in the integrated graphics area and thro...
Good GPU performance greatly improved compared to last generation, Support for DirectX 11, Driver maturity improved, Turbo Boost to dynamically adjust graphics clocks, Completely noiseless, HDMI Audio bitstreaming supported, Added GPU overclocking capability v...
Bad Limited GPU performance, GT3 (with embedded DRAM) not available on LGA1150...
Bottom line The Intel Core i7-4770K retails at around $340. GPU performance greatly improved compared to last generation Support for DirectX 11 Driver maturity improved Turbo Boost to dynamically adjust graphics clocks Completely noiseless HDMI Audio bitstreaming sup...
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rwlabs.com
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2019-11-28 17:41:01
Over the years Intel has managed to consecutively launch a new architecture, living up to their aggressive "Tick-Tock" strategy and today’s launch of their 4th generation Core Processors code named “Haswell” falls under the “Tick” category, meaning w...
Bottom line Haswell is an interesting processor, as it takes Intel in a new direction, making them stronger in the mobile market, while still maintaining their performance dominance in the desktop market. When comparing Haswell as the direct replacement to Ivy Br...
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phoronix.com
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2019-11-28 17:41:01
While all of the Linux support is technically there, it's still early support and will continue to be refined. Unfortunately, it seems not everything was completely baked in time. I've run benchmarks of the Intel Core i7 4770K "Haswell" processor on Li...
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hitechlegion.com
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2019-11-28 17:41:01
People say the desktop market is shrinking, but it's not the market that's shrinking, it's the components. Processors are on smaller dies, micro-aTX motherboards are starting to become a standard, case manufacturers are producing cases that will cool just...
Good Reasonably priced, Overall improved performance, Quick Sync, HyperThreading, Improved HD video performance, Unlocked, Low Power Consumption, 22nm...
Bad Temperatures will become a factor when performance tuning, Not the performance gains expected with the new Generation...
Bottom line My expectations were quite high; I guess I fell into the hype when I heard about this processor. Did they fall short? Somewhat, since I had really expected a bone crushing increase in performance from the 4th Generation Core i7 4770K over its predecesso...
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tomshardware.com
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2019-11-28 17:41:02
Intel's Haswell architecture is finally available in the flagship Core i7-4770K processor. Designed to drop into an LGA 1150 interface, does this new quad-core CPU warrant a complete platform replacement, or is your older Sandy Bridge-E system better? E...
Bottom line AMD introduced us to its Kabini and Temash SoCs one week ago. Naturally, we were excited to learn more about the Jaguar architecture, to see GCN rolled into a truly low-power configuration, and most of all, to get our hands on the devices AMD was promisin...
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overclockers.com
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2019-11-28 17:41:02
Tick tock. Do you hear that?Tick tock. Is that what I think it is?Tick tock .Why yes, it's Intel's clock, ticking and tocking like…um…clockwork. Today we have a big fat tock for you in the form of Intel's new microarchitecture, code-named Haswell. It mani...
Bottom line Haswell is a solid step forward for Intel's microarchitecture design. Its improvement over the Sandy-to-Ivy Bridge processor shrink is palpable and impressive. It overclocks well on ambient cooling – especially our sample – but that overclocking level...
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HardCOREware.net
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2019-11-28 17:41:02
Haswell Review – It's always exciting when a new CPU is launched, but never more than when Intel releases one as part of their “Tick Tock” development cadence.If you don't recall, it refers to their philosophy of releasing a new architecture one year, the...
Bottom line If you were thinking that Haswell would be “the one you’ve all been waiting for” you are probably going to be somewhat disappointed. As mentioned on the first page, Haswell was all about mobile and all-in-one platforms. It’s not that Intel is neglecting...
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anandtech.com
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2019-11-28 17:41:11
This is a very volatile time for Intel. In an ARM-less vacuum, Intel's Haswell architecture would likely be the most amazing thing to happen to the tech industry in years. In mobile Haswell is slated to bring about the single largest improvement in batter...
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wccftech.com
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2019-11-28 17:41:11
Intel or Chipzilla as we know it is the largest company in manufacturing semiconductor computer processors. Starting from 2006, Intel unveiled their Tick-Tock model which aims to deliver a new generation CPU architecture each year. If we look back then, t...
Bottom line Finally, we come to the conclusion for Intel's 4th generation Haswell architecture. The first thing to note ios that the PC landscape is definitely shifting with consumers focusing towards low power, efficient and portable products. Haswell is built keepi...
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madshrimps.be
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2019-11-28 17:41:11
Haswell is a brand new architecture, typical as this CPU is a Tock design. For those not acquainted with the Tick-Tock Intel principle. A Tick is a die size shrink, minor changes, while a Tock refers to something completely new. Hence why the Haswe...
Bottom line Intel's latest Haswell has finally landed. The rate at which Intel pumps out new CPUs never stops to amaze your humble reviewer. We are accustomed to this behaviour with the ever lasting performance battle between Nvidia and AMD/ATI. Yet Intel, perfor...
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tomshardware.com
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2019-11-28 17:41:12
A recent trip got us access to an early sample of Intel's upcoming Core i7-4770K. We compare its performance to Ivy Bridge- and Sandy Bridge-based processors, so you have some idea what to expect when Intel officially introduces its Haswell architecture...
Bottom line So, now enthusiasts have a general sense for how Haswell will compare to high-end Sandy Bridge, Sandy Bridge-E, and Ivy Bridge processors. You probably could have guessed this before even looking at our benchmarks, but the pre-production Core i7-4770K is...
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hardwaresecrets.com
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2019-11-28 17:41:12
Let's show the basic specs of all Core i7 processors released to date in a series of quick-reference tables. The Core i7 was the first Intel processor to bring an integrated memory controller, feature available on AMD processors since the Athlon 64. In...
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