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Monday, 03 June 2013 15:17

Intel Core i7 4770K previewed - Cinebench R11.5

Written by Sanjin Rados

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Preview: CPU performance looks good


Haswell cinebench test
On our test configuration the Cinebench R11.5 render test showed notable difference between Haswell based Core i7 4470K and Ivy Bridge Core i7 3770K. AMDs finest A10 5800K was here just for comparison purposes but it doesn’t really compete in this price range. In this particular test we can see almost 12 per cent difference between the two Core generations. 

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