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 Intel Core i7-4770K (22nm Haswell)

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PostSubject: Intel Core i7-4770K (22nm Haswell)   Fri Jun 07, 2013 5:58 pm





















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, the
fourth-generation chip builds on the foundations laid by Ivy Bridge and
Sandy Bridge by introducing support for new instructions, a more efficient pipeline, a wider back-end, and a far superior IGP.

This, according to the chip giant, is the architecture that will shape the PC industry for years to come. In terms of CPU performance,
Haswell delivers an increase of up to 10 per cent when compared
directly to incumbent Ivy Bridge on a same-clock basis, while IGP
performance rises by as much as 50 per cent in certain titles.

Yet, for desktop enthusiasts, Intel's fourth-generation Core
processor family has the ability to excite and frustrate. Haswell is a
mighty-fine processor, but for those with deep pockets and monster
heatsinks, don't you just wish that Intel had started the show with a
hexa-core enthusiast model priced at the obligatory $999?

As it stands, there aren't a great number of reasons for desktop
users with Sandy Bridge or Ivy Bridge platforms to rush out and upgrade -
indeed, if you're a gamer with a discrete card, you're unlikely to see a
major framerate differential between any of the three generations, and
you may find less overclocking headroom.

Intel has possessed a fast and unchallenged microarchitecture for a
number of years. The goal is to bring that level of performance to
increasingly-popular form factors such as all-in-ones, convertible
laptops and tablet PCs. For the first time, the top-of-the-range Core
i7-4770K desktop part isn't the chip we're excited about. As the
industry moves from components towards solutions,
it's the prospect of a Haswell-powered Surface Pro offering an
always-connected Windows 8.1 experience with true desktop performance,
all-day battery life, and, who knows, a fanless chassis, that really
tickles our fancy.

Haswell's scalability is its biggest asset, yet while the
architecture holds promise, the real question remains unanswered; has
Intel done enough to revitalise a faltering PC industry? And will
Haswell chips really inspire a new breed of thin, light, long-lasting
and always-connected PCs? Only time will tell.

The Good

Fastest quad-core consumer chip in the world
Scalable, forward-looking architecture
IGP up to 50 per cent faster
Class-leading power consumption

The Bad

New motherboard required for LGA1150
Early chips show limited overclocking potential


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PostSubject: Haswell -i7 4770k   Thu Aug 15, 2013 7:56 am

Fantastic article! Loved it. Thank you so much Wendy D Green!
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