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    Default i7-4770K vs i7-3770K Benchmarks Leaked


    Intel’s upcoming Haswell Core i7-4770K benchmarks have been leaked by Coolaler forums showcasing the strengths of Intel’s 4th generation microarchitecture. It was detailed at IDF 2013 that Intel’s 4th generation Haswell microarchitecture would bring enhanced overclocking features to the core, memory and graphics die. The full architectural details of Intel’s 4th Generation Haswell can be found here.

    Intel Core i7-4770K vs Core i7-3770K Tested Head to Head

    The Core i7-4770K, the flagship part would have 4 cores and 8 threads clocked at 3.5 GHz stock and 3.9 GHz max Turbo Boost 2.0 frequency, these specifications are alot similar to the Ivy bridge based Core i7-3770K and both CPUs are based on a 22nm die with different architectures.. The CPU would ship with an 8 MB L3 cache, 84 W TDP and an GT2 level iGPU which would be clocked at 1250 MHz (1.25 GHz). Now here’s something to note though, that while Intel’s GT2 HD 4600 graphics would offer better performance over Ivy Bridge’s HD 4000 it still features 20 cores (Execution Units) compared to 40 Execution units on the GT3 chip which only ships with Quad Core mobile parts.

    Coolaler said that overclocking the memory on Z87 platforms would be a feast for overclockers and enthusiasts. Although the heating issue still exists on the Haswell processors, but its not as worse as Ivy Bridge’s TIM issue. It could possibly be an issue with the current engineering samples and could be fixed on the retail samples but the Ivy Bridge issue still hasn’t been fixed so far so we doubt Intel would do it again. Memory configurations used while overclocking the processors are listed below:



    CPU:3770K @ DRAM MODULE:G.SKILL



    • 8GBX4=32GB Module DDR3 2800 MEMTEST burntest
    • 4GBX4=16GB Module DDR3 2800 MEMTEST burntest

    CPU:4770K @ DRAM MODULE:G.SKILL

    • 8GBX4=32GB DDR3 Module 3000C12 burn MEMTEST
    • 8GBX2=16GB DDR3 Module 3000C12 burn MEMTEST
    • 4GBX4=16GB DDR3 Module 3000C12 burn MEMTEST (CL11 Possible)


    The Core i7-4770K processor was tested on an un-disclosed Z87 motherboard due to NDA issues, it is mentioned that overclocking through BIOS is very detailed and users can easily reach 4.8 GHz – 5 GHz on air cooling. Both CPUs – Core i7-4770K and Core i7-3770K were tested on their default frequencies, benchmark results are listed below:
    CPUMARK 99:


    • Core i7-3770K- 613 Minutes
    • Core i7-4770K- 676 Minutes

    Core i7-4770K shows 10.27% improvement over the 3770K in this benchmark.
    Super PI 1M:


    • Core i7-3770K- 9.344 seconds
    • Core i7-4770K- 9.220 seconds

    Core i7-4770K shows 1.32% improvement over the 3770K in this benchmark.
    Super PI 32M:


    • Core i7-3770K- 8 38.717 seconds
    • Core i7-4770K- 8 15.059 seconds

    Core i7-4770K shows 4.56% improvement over the 3770K in this benchmark.
    Cinebench R11.5:


    • Core i7-3770K- 7.87pts
    • Core i7-4770K- 8.55pts

    Core i7-4770K shows 8.64% improvement over the 3770K in this benchmark.
    At average, the Core i7-4770K shows a 5-10% IPC improvement over its predecessor, the 3770K. This may not be a massive improvement for people planning to upgrade from Ivy Bridge to Haswell but those still living on the older core processors would choose Haswell as their choice of upgrade. The launch of Haswell is scheduled for June 2013. You can also check out the iGPU performance of the Core i7-4770K here.



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    Default Re: i7-4770K vs i7-3770K Benchmarks Leaked

    From looking at the results, the 4770K is not that much of an improvement over the 3770K,at least not enough to warrant dropping your current 3770K and running out and buying a 4770K. I also noticed that there's not one screenshot showing temps, which makes me wonder if it's going to be another hot box like the 3770K.

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    Default Re: i7-4770K vs i7-3770K Benchmarks Leaked

    If the temps are improved then ppl will ditch the 3770k for the 4770k even it's only 5% improvement.

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    Default Re: i7-4770K vs i7-3770K Benchmarks Leaked

    This is a tock (new microarchitecture), youre best of waiting for the tick (the die shrink).

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    Default Re: i7-4770K vs i7-3770K Benchmarks Leaked

    This is interesting info, I would have thought to see bigger improvements as well.
    I've been trying to look up at much info on the chips as much as possible, but its been pretty limited and all unreliable at this time since none of it is really confirmed..

    I read a article last week about temperatures have improved, however not by much, while its better then the current 3770k even overclocked, I haven't see any real evidence yet.

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    Default Re: i7-4770K vs i7-3770K Benchmarks Leaked

    Considering that they are leaving temp screenshots out, something tells me that there might only be a 2-3c difference if that. Also notice that there's no overclocking screenshots, the 4770K has a stock clock of 3.5GHz, with Turbo 3.9GHz. Would love to see a couple of temp screenshots with the 4770K at 4.5GHz @ 100% load, so we can see if Intel fixed the high temps issue.

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    Default Re: i7-4770K vs i7-3770K Benchmarks Leaked

    The main improvements on this chip is the HD graphics, the CPU performance is minimal believe the iGPU should be double digit % over ivybridge

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    Default Re: i7-4770K vs i7-3770K Benchmarks Leaked

    They can keep the graphics, I would rather see a 35-40% jump in CPU performance with lower temps, even 20-25% performance increase with lower temps would be nice, then more people would be wiling to upgrade from their current chip.

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    Default Re: i7-4770K vs i7-3770K Benchmarks Leaked

    I like gpu improvements for laptops. I am going to get a third or fourth gen UB.

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