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Intel Core i7-4770K "Haswell" Tested vs 3770K & 2700K
Intel Core i7-4770K "Haswell" Tested, Not a Leap Ahead of i7-3770K, But Consistent
Intel's upcoming performance desktop processor Core i7-4770K, based on its next-generation "Haswell" micro-architecture, got its first formal performance preview by Tom's Hardware, which compared it to its two predecessors, the Core i7-3770K "Ivy Bridge" and Core i7-2700K "Sandy Bridge." The three were put through a battery of synthetic and real-world tests, including SiSoft SANDRA, real-world media transcoders, MSVS code compilation, and 3DSMax 2012.
In some tests, the i7-4770K offers as much of a performance upgrade over the i7-3770K, as it does over the i7-2700K, in others, it's less than linear. In its conclusion, Tom's Hardware notes that it found the i7-4770K on average, 7 to 13 percent faster than the i7-3770K in today's multi-threaded workloads, which is roughly consistent with what the i7-3770K offered over its predecessor, the i7-2700K. Find the entire preview in the source link below. Intel's Core "Haswell" line of desktop processors are expected to launch in June, 2013.
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I asked this 1yr+ ago, what would be the next big thing so I can start to build my wish-list. The Army asshats disrupted my plans for a build this year, so now I have to look for next year. Based on the Intel numbering scheme, I'm going to guess i8 or i7-57xx, which should be about 30% faster than today's 3770.
Thx for the post ... keeping me on my toes ... as I look down an ACOG.
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Intel Core i7-4770K "Haswell" Listed on Dutch Stores
Its nice to see that not having access to a product in order to actually sell it wont stop some people from trying to drum up interest,....and maybe charge a little extra when the do finally get it for sale.