The first full-fledged test results Intel Core i7-7700K demonstrated very ambiguous indicators

The first full-fledged test results Intel Core i7-7700K demonstrated very ambiguous indicators

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    according to the new data, desktop Intel Kaby Lake will be presented on January 5. But familiarize yourself with first results of the full testing we can already now.

    their published resource Eteknix at whose disposal hit CPU Core i5-7600K and Core i7-7700K. Both processors have four cores. The first works on 3.6 Ghz -4.2 frequencies and features 6 MB of L3 cache. The second works at frequencies -4.5 4.2 Ghz, has 8 MB cache and supports Hyper-Threading technology. TDP both novelties announced equal to 91 W. By the way, both processors were able to disperse up to 5.1 Ghz frequency, although the temperature even when using older model ZhSO was far from normal.

    So, test results can be seen in the charts below.

     CPU Intel Core i7-7700K will be hot

     CPU Intel Core i7-7700K will be hot

     CPU Intel Core i7-7700K will be hot

     CPU Intel Core i7-7700K will be hot

    as can be seen, with few exceptions, in comparison to predecessors new Intel CPU performance has grown quite a bit. And here is the built-in GPU grew stronger.

     CPU Intel Core i7-7700K will be hot

     CPU Intel Core i7-7700K will be hot

    you might think that Intel has worked well over the energy efficiency of new processors, but the charts below indicate that everything became even worse.

     CPU Intel Core i7-7700K will be hot

     CPU Intel Core i7-7700K will be hot

    as we can see, under load, Core i7-7700K consumes almost 20% more power than its predecessor, which does not correlate with the performance gain. Temperature not too happy, although the reason for this we already know. On the other hand, the temperature of up to 5.1 GHz processor overclocked Core i5-7600K under load is lower than that of full-time native frequencies Core i7-7700K!

    of course, you can wait until after the official announcement of the test and hope that they will show a different outcome, but it is hardly count on it.

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