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Intel Processors with Unlocked Multiplier: Core i7-875K and Core i5-655K Review

Started by: jonup | Date 05/28/10 09:41:51 AM
Comments: 4 | Last Comment:  05/31/10 08:54:38 AM

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I know you gues were trying to get this article up in a timely manner, but as you pointed out the most interesting part about these processors is the Turbo multi and the DDR multi on the i5-655k. Can we see some more results of fine tuning these multipliers? Especially some Turbo mode OC and performance effect in single-, dual-, and multi-threaded benches. I am thinking of like coming up with 6-7 different scenarios and then showing the performance numbers over your entire test suit.
0 0 [Posted by: jonup  | Date: 05/28/10 09:41:51 AM]
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Hm, the performance difference between BLK 200*20 and BLK 133*30 is very small.
What's the difference in CPU temp and power usage.
I think that's the more interesting question.
M.
0 0 [Posted by: mschira  | Date: 05/28/10 05:07:45 PM]
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Better is unlocked multiplier for OC ,I have on one PC AMD BE CPU it easy for OC ,no need to change anything except multiplier and for extreme OC u need to rise Vcore and may be memory.SO good move from Intel.
0 0 [Posted by: Blackcode  | Date: 05/30/10 01:03:28 AM]
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You called this article "review". In that case, where are the performance benchmarks?
0 0 [Posted by: dratewka  | Date: 05/31/10 08:54:38 AM]
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