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Core i7-4770K: Haswell's Performance, Previewed

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  • Started 1 year ago by raphoenix
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raphoenix
raphoenix
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Full Article with Graphs and Charts Comparisons.

http://www.tomshardware.com/re.....,3461.html

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whs
whs
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Looks marginal to me. I would not wait for Haswell. The 3770K is good enough.

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raphoenix
raphoenix
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This Haswell is rumored to be the LAST CPU which will NOT be soldiered onto the mother board.

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whs
whs
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Rick, other than the OC capability of the i3770K, what is the difference to the plain 3770.

PS: I never saw you come back to this thread. I was not sure whether I answered you question and was right in what you were looking for.

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mickeyblue
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in summary

3770k has unlocked multiplier, 3.5ghz base clock, and power is rated for 77watts

3770, locked multiplier, 3.4ghz base clock, power is the same

also

The Intel Core i7-3770 has these features that are not on the Intel Core i7-3770K:
-Support for VT-d (Virtulization for Directed I/O)
-Support for TXT (Trusted Execution Technology)
-Support for use in a V-Pro build

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raphoenix
raphoenix
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@whs,

This is where you can Compare all Intel CPUs.
http://www.intel.com/content/w.....ct=desktop

Mick is a bit Faster Typist but I normally just reference Intel Comparison Page so everyone can compare ANY CPUs.

As for the PS: on that Topic, I didn't have the heart to tell the OP that he was going to have fresh install the O/S. :(

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whs
whs
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Thanks Mickeyblue. So if I don't want to OC, the 3770 should suffice or maybe even better because I run a lot of virtual machines, right.

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mickeyblue
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the way i see it the 3770k is simply for overclocking purposes, as its as simple as turning up the multiplier. easy gains up to 4.5/7ghz

on the 3770 overclocking is alot harder.

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whs
whs
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Rick, He might have been able to fix it. I suspected that either his C partition was deactivated or his MBR was mucked up. Both could have been easily fixed.

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mickeyblue
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yes the 3770 is better for virtualization, im using one in a Read only domain controller server, running Vm's, runs like a charm.

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whs
whs
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OK, understand the 3770 OC restriction. I think that's the one I will go with. It is for upgrading my Dell Inspiron in Germany. In this Dell XPS 8300 here (in Florida), I have an i7 2600 and that works very well.

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raphoenix
raphoenix
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Intel VT-d Explanation. ( Intel Virtualization Technology for Directed I/O )

http://software.intel.com/en-u.....rected-io/

PS: I've never seen a Solution to "Boot Manager Missing" issue on this forum yet. :(

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