i7-4770K vs i7-2600K - Hitman 2 R9 M280X - Αποτελέσματα επιδόσεων παιχνιδιών

i7-4770K i7-2600K

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i7-4770K vs i7-2600K στο Hitman 2 χρησιμοποιώντας R9 M280X - Σύγκριση απόδοσης CPU σε ρυθμίσεις Ultra, High, Medium και Low Quality με ανάλυση 1080p, 1440p, 4K

i7-4770K i7-2600K

Ultra ποιότητας
Ψήφισμα Καρέ ανά δευτερόλεπτο
18.9 FPS
17.1 FPS
11.9 FPS
10.8 FPS
7.0 FPS
6.3 FPS
Υψηλής ποιότητας
Ψήφισμα Καρέ ανά δευτερόλεπτο
53.9 FPS
52.1 FPS
30.9 FPS
29.8 FPS
16.0 FPS
15.3 FPS
Μεσαίας ποιότητας
Ψήφισμα Καρέ ανά δευτερόλεπτο
74.9 FPS
73.1 FPS
57.9 FPS
56.8 FPS
32.0 FPS
31.3 FPS
Χαμηλής ποιότητας
Ψήφισμα Καρέ ανά δευτερόλεπτο
120.9 FPS
119.1 FPS
116.9 FPS
115.8 FPS
78.0 FPS
77.3 FPS
  • Για ορισμένα παιχνίδια, μια CPU με υψηλότερη ταχύτητα ρολογιού ή με μια τεχνική ονομασία IPC (Instructions per clock), έχει καλύτερα αποτελέσματα από άλλες CPU με υψηλότερο αριθμό πυρήνων και χαμηλότερη ταχύτητα πυρήνα.
  • Το i7-4770K είναι πιο αποδοτικό στην κατανάλωση ενέργειας και παράγει λιγότερη θερμότητα.
  • Το i7-4770K έχει υψηλότερη ώθηση turbo ρολόι. Το Turbo Boost είναι μια λειτουργία CPU που θα τρέξει την ταχύτητα ρολογιού CPU πιο γρήγορα από το βασικό της ρολόι, αν υπάρχουν ορισμένες συνθήκες. Θα επιτρέψει σε παλαιότερο λογισμικό που τρέχει σε λιγότερους πυρήνες, για να αποδίδει καλύτερα σε νεότερο υλικό. Δεδομένου ότι τα παιχνίδια είναι και το λογισμικό, ισχύει επίσης και για αυτά.
  • Το i7-4770K έχει μικρότερο μέγεθος διαδικασίας. Όσο ταχύτερα ένα τρανζίστορ μπορεί να ενεργοποιήσει και να απενεργοποιήσει, τόσο πιο γρήγορα μπορεί να λειτουργήσει. Και τα τρανζίστορ που ενεργοποιούν και απενεργοποιούν με λιγότερη ενέργεια είναι πιο αποδοτικά, μειώνοντας τη λειτουργική ισχύ ή τη "δυναμική κατανάλωση ενέργειας" που απαιτείται από έναν επεξεργαστή.

    Compare i7-4770K vs i7-2600K specifications

    i7-4770K vs i7-2600K Architecture

    i7-4770K i7-2600K
    CodenameHaswellSandy Bridge
    GenerationCore i7 (Haswell)Core i7 (Sandy Bridge)
    Memory SupportDDR3DDR3
    Production StatusActiveEnd-of-life
    ReleasedJun 2013Jan 2011

    i7-4770K vs i7-2600K Cache

    i7-4770K i7-2600K
    Cache L164K (per core)64K (per core)
    Cache L2256K (per core)256K (per core)
    Cache L38MB (shared)8MB (shared)

    i7-4770K vs i7-2600K Cores

    i7-4770K i7-2600K
    # of Cores44
    # of Threads88
    Integrated GraphicsIntel HD 4600Intel HD 3000
    SMP # CPUs11

    i7-4770K vs i7-2600K Features

    i7-4770K i7-2600K

    i7-4770K vs i7-2600K Notes

    i7-4770K i7-2600K

    i7-4770K vs i7-2600K Performance

    i7-4770K i7-2600K
    Base Clock100 MHz100 MHz
    Frequency3.5 GHz3.4 GHz
    Multiplier UnlockedYesYes
    TDP84 W95 W
    Turbo Clockup to 3.9 GHzup to 3.8 GHz

    i7-4770K vs i7-2600K Physical

    i7-4770K i7-2600K
    Die Size177 mm²216 mm²
    Process Size22 nm32 nm
    SocketIntel Socket 1150Intel Socket 1155
    Transistors1400 million1,160 million

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    awedcuddly 6 years ago
    i5 4670K Vs. i7 4770K
    Ok, so I'm going to build a computer soon and I am still not sure whether to go with the i5 or the i7. I will be gaming and making videos for school and YouTube. I will be playing games like BF4 & 3, Bioshock Infinite, Arma 2 & 3, Dayz, Call Of Duty Black Ops 1 & 2, Crysis 3, Mirrors Edge, Titanfall, The Crew (When it comes out) and maybe GTA 5 (If it ever comes out for PC). Sorry if I didn't include some crucial info.

    Thanks in advance :P
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    noggsboom 6 years ago
    Since you have included the information that you may be creating videos, you'll likely see better performance with the i7. In the games, you will perhaps only see a few fps gained by going with the i7 over the i5.

    It should be noted that both of these will do very well in the tasks you're looking at, just that the i7 will be slightly better, so it becomes a budgetary concern. Is the cost increase worth the small performance increase? Also, the i7 will invariably be more future-proof.

    If you can afford to, I always recommend going with the more powerful product. Not only is it likely to last you longer, but you'll feel better yourself for buying it. As humans, we often look back at when we didn't go for the best possible option with a little tinge of regret. Grab the i7 if possible and check out the review of the new Intel chips on the main page, you'll find that in bagging that particular chip, you've pretty much got the best gaming chip for the money right now.
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    reiteratewade 6 years ago
    i7 4770k WEI is 7.7
    Hi my specs are
    I7 4770k 3.5 ghz
    8 g 1600 mhz ram
    R9 290 oc
    650w power supply

    I just installed a new windows 7 .
    And saw my WEI on my cpu and ram is 7.7 it was 7.8 on the previous wi dows 7.

    What may the problem be ?
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    revealoffended 6 years ago
    Drivers can have a large impact on performance. I would go to asrocks website and download any of the drivers that you may need and install them; however, your Windows score only dropped by .1 which is absolutely negligible. As said, the WEI honestly does not mean anything. When I was using the iGPU, my HD4600 was in the 6-7 range for graphics if that tells you anything. Unless you are noticing real world performance issues I would not worry about it. Do not fake yourself into seeing performance "issues" just because the WEI dropped.
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    towelparsec 6 years ago
    i7 3770k or i7 4770k?
    I am having a tough time deciding which cpu to get. I know the 4770k is more future proof and more powerful than the 3770k, but the 4770k has higher temperatures and worse overclocking than the 3770k. The 3770k has better overclocking and better temperatures than 4770k but the 3770k is older and less future proof. It is hard for me to choose which cpu because they are both really good despite their disadvantages. So I really could use some help on deciding which cpu is the best.
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    revealoffended 6 years ago

    Did you note the bit where @DoubleClick noted that a Devil's Canyon CPU (such as your 4790K) will only work in a z87 board after a bios update? That's important. You can read up on it a bit more here: http://www.guru3d.com/news-story/intel-devil%E2%80%99s-canyon-can-be-used-on-the-z87-motherboard-chipset.html

    It sounds like you will need a BIOS update. Some Asus MBs actually support it without a (compatible) CPU installed, but the Z87-a isn't listed. Source: http://www.asus.com/microsite/2014/MB/New_4th_gen_Intel_processor_compatibility/

    Do you have access to another Haswell CPU? Because as I understand it you'll need you to update the BIOS before you can POST with a Devil's Canyon CPU.

    What's the price difference to the Z97 board? I'd be spending the little extra myself!
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    hardwoodgeodesic 6 years ago
    i7 4790s vs i7 4770k
    Which i7 cpu should I get? Which cpu has the best performance, temperatures, etc?
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    hypocrisywrongful 6 years ago

    Okay in terms of performance they go as follows.
    1. 4790k
    2. 4770k
    3. 4790s
    4. Xion E3-1230V3

    The reason for this, is that the 4790s is a low power CPU. Its only a 65w TDP while the 4770K is an 84w TDP and uses much more power. The 4790s at stock has better single threaded performance at 4Ghz, compared to the 4770ks 3.9Ghz, and as a result might have slightly higher performance in some situations by 100Mhz. However, the base speed of the 4790s is 3.2Ghz and the i7-4770k is 3.5Ghz, which means if the CPU is running hot or there is a lot of heat in the case or something and it won't turbo and then the i7-4770k is going to be faster by 300Mhz.

    On top of that, the i7-4770k can be overclocked and usually can reach 4.2Ghz easily which will make it faster than the 4790s in all situations, and that is a pretty low weak overclock.
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    arguefoxpro 7 years ago
    i7 4770K vs i7 4930K
    im thinking of buying a new computer and im am a little confused.
    i was interested in buying the i7 4770K with Asus ROG VI Extreme with SLI
    now that Ivy Bridge-E has come out i've been looking at the 4930K which is a six core,
    but that is a 2011 chipset which is the Asus Rog IV.
    i know the six core is better but what is the difference between the ROG IV and VI?
    Is the i7 4770K with ROG VI better than the 4930K with ROG IV in terms of value?
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    billfemur 7 years ago
    For gaming, the i7 4770k is as high end as it gets. Seriously, there is no need to spend more than that.

    Even for dual GPU's the 4770k is good enough.
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