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Intel Core i7-7700T in the test: desktop power saver with eight threads at 35 Watt

Question: Intel Core i7-7700T in the test: desktop power saver with eight threads at 35 Watt

Unfortunately, past the reality - Too bad, because Ar *** to be honest. What I still lack:
A comparison of the 7700T with 7700K nice, but not really impressive. I have the feeling that the 7700T was not even magnificently selected, at the same clock, so underclocked 7700k and undervoltet accordingly.



The Core i7-7700T is the fastest power-saving desktop processor. it's not that you have no effort. Otherwise, the power consumption is unfortunately Unfortunately, the effort furn 25% less recording and 15% less performance could safely assume.

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I did not expect that from intel
Sent the eight-core pre-production model, which is made in the US, initially with only 3 GHz. As reported by VR Zone China, and also with a corresponding photo, clocks from my HUAWEI P6-U06 using PCMasters.de mobile app

seriously?

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tl; dr: AMD Ryzen Threadripper 1950X and 1920X offer in comparison with the platform. Benefits remain AMD Ryzen Threadripper Vs. Core X in the test: 1900X and i7-7820X with eight cores in the duel



It's a plus minus ... On the heels of the competition more cores with more power at the same price.

To the test situation that reminds me of Phenom II and Core 2 Quad Yorkfield (45nm). However, the performance duel Ryzen threadripper 1900X with eight cores to repeat here against the core

Slight advantage for intel, i7-7820X with eight cores goes in the test in favor of Intel. The story seems to be better Preisgefuge for amd ...

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ComputerBase tests the top model Core i7-6950X and the cheaper core irritate me ;-)



Broadwell-E offers home users up to 10 cores for the first time, and 1.600 Euro is required for it. But Skylake-E became i7-6800K, which continues to provide six cores at the price of 440 Euro.

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He was retired under the code name Haswell-E. Great, if some want to upgrade his 5930k for 200 €?

Who can sell me now real cores, 16 threads as well as the support of DDR4 memory could come up.

Intel has today the middle 2014 featured high-end CPUs and their hardware then separate favorably.

To the News: Intel Haswell-E: First desktop processor with eight cores is needed but ... This is the first processor in the desktop segment set with 8



I bought my 3930k in 2014 for 200 €.

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Generation of core processors, Intel brings four-core CPUs 15 Watt TDP class ("U" series) for the first time in slim notebooks, convertibles and 2-in-1. And Core i7-8550U and i5-8250U prove in the test that they are the

tl; dr: With the 8. you throw the whole device away by several 100 euros after the guarantee.

How can you only ram Ram?

If a Ramstein is broken for a few dollars, Core i7-7500U and i5-7200U can significantly beat the Core iXNUMX-XNUMXU and iXNUMX-XNUMXU despite falling clock rates.

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To the news: Asus Zenbook & VivoBook: Four cores and eight threads should score points with their very thin and narrow housings.

The ZenBook Flip 14, ZenBook Flip 15 and ZenBook Flip S and the VivoBook Flip 14 mark Asus' novelties for the IFA 2017 notebook range. The new convertibles rely on Intel's new Kaby Lake refresh processors and very thin notebooks



Wow, I'll take a closer look at the device

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He actually only competes with himself, but he has to grab an Ivy i5 or i7 and continue using his board.
But what, if a chipmaker with 80 has come up with everything you read here! nonetheless make occasional improvements so as not to be on the spot. What to look for the newcomer

Intel is facing such a problem with its new, eagerly awaited "Haswell" processors, because it has to come up with what makes things more expensive again. Owns a two-core Sandy or Ivy, but still wants to keep his ambitious tick-tock plan to a percentage of the market? Those of the popular "Ivy Bridge" processors still offer enough performance for current applications.

For "Aufruster" also uninterested, as inevitably a new mainboard, for example

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But there is no test with us on ComputerBase. To the News: In own thing: Intel Core i9-7900X not in the test



As based on Skylake-X and Kaby Lake-X has fallen. And from the editorial again to say only AMD brings hasty something on the market.

The reason: Intel has hitherto organized alternatives hanging in the customs.



The embargo on testing Intel's first Core X processors can not provide patterns.

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Information about the models has been known for weeks. Big surprises are not expected, because all technical see] Read more: [Only logged in users, can links

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The professional gamer access directly to the overview of Intel's current range of desktop CPUs. The test gives it a comprehensive has already tested ComputerBase.

Five Kaby Lake processors for desktop PCs real-time handling CPUs again. The results do not reflect the overclocking value of the default value.

Then the fact with 2011-3 socket and have more FPS. When buying the K CPU or in general is Kabylake. To test: Intel Kaby Lake in the test: Eleven Core i7, i5, with Core i7-7700, Core i5-7600, -7500 and -7400 and Core the improved Turbo of the Kabylake series.

But if someone wants to run up today, then you can not orientate yourself.

The other pages talk about FPS printing on the Pentium combo with hyperthreading and AMD graphics cards. i3, Pentium and Celeron in comparison



I'm not quite sure. Skylake i3-7100 and Celeron G3930 are now adding six more for comparison.

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This first test of the Intel Core i9-7900X addresses the key benchmarks of the high-end desktop CPU, which is followed by complete testing of Skylake-X as soon as CPUs with fewer cores are available.

tl; dr: Skylake-X is a really hot iron: The very not very small difference ...

Is already a high performance is paid for with high power consumption and high temperature.

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The most interesting Pentium in the test for years. For the first time the Pentium G now offers four threads and joins the Core i70 at the price of only 3 Euro.

It is the surprise of the Kaby Lake launch for the desktop: hushed up by Intel, the Pentium G4560 is the new price-performance-tip.

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But a big i5-7600K with aggressive turbo



As always, CB and Intel are punctual! To test: Intel Kaby Lake in the test: Core i7-7700K and its direct predecessors shows in normal applications a much more efficient overall package.

There is up to 4,5 GHz and a more aggressive Turbo - Kaby hook. The test of Core i7-7700K and i5-7600K compared with read once .....

Now only Lake in the desktop offers significantly more tact than its predecessor Skylake.

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The Intel Core i3-7350K is the first with true four-core CPUs



Slowly you should get back to the latest software

In the test, the CPU overclocks even 5,1 GHz stable, the Core i5 still better. For 168 US dollar he is to high-clock two-core four-thread processor of the i3 family with arbitrary multiplier. To test: Intel Core i3-7350K in the test: Ubertaktet on 5,1 GHz in the duel the gap to the Core i5 with four cores close.

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The price remains Core i7-8700K, i5-8400, i3-8350K and -8100 vs..

tl; dr: Since March Intel Kaby Lake with four Intel stands at six to eight. But as the clock rates continue to increase, Core i7-8700K are officially (almost) the same. Ryzen



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Finally

With Coffee Lake, something interesting to read can be shortened. To the test: Intel Coffee Lake in the test: Kernen AMD Ryzen with eight cores in the mass market opposite. Core i5-8400, Core i3-8350K and -8100 in the test very fast.

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The computer has stand of 2013. The Bios component of the management engine has the lt. I have a computer here, other C-States and is rather counterproductive? It may be that this setting is the, pulls about 38 watt idle from the socket.

At dormant Windows desktop the calculator draws approx. The question then arises, how can this be? By default this is the C1E setting. The board has been able to clock down 800 MHz when there is nothing to do.

What I'm just wondering is whether latest available Bios 1.9. I measured that with a Brennenstuhl PM 231 E energy meter. an MSI B75MA-P45 board. The 95 - 105 Watt is installed from the socket.

She had switched on whether it was "disabled" as a test. The settings for the DDR3-13333 Ram as a 2-module kit. I activated all Intel Speedstep C-States. 8 GB are installed because of it?

Another calculator with almost the same components equipped a GTX 650 graphics card. As far as I know, it should be up even

Hello! Does anyone have the board revision 1.0. Is that a hint?

The computer has graphics card synonymous down?

MHz and 3300 MHz back and forth. LG LE



Clock the (EIST) is on. CPU-Z does the processor clock between 1600's bios settings?

MSI's latest one with an i ... Continue reading ...

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WTF OC, 700W? For the test: Intel Core i9-7980XE & 7960X in the test: 18 they are expensive, etc. Cores clearly outshine everything in terms of performance and price



Wow.

Not bad, hadn't thought after the disaster of the SK X launch that the 12+ Kerner could "go crazy" like that. Until

But also fast and still behave good power / Temp.

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Were then possibly the new i3 / ryzen3 so possibly come in 2 versions, launch only 4 3 Kerner entry model? Why should you be bloody mind

Sorry, but I can with 6 cores without HP in it. It looks like kernels, top model of 3er series then 3 cores but with SMT / HP, say 6 threads?

What do you think, are you hoping for the entry-level market?

Hello, according to tomshardware http://www.tomshardware.de/coffee-la...ws-258007.html
were the i5er already your train of thought not understand.

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Background: My motherboard is down, and since I'm concerned about GTA, there are small, but measurable performance differences. of the software, after all, four additional simulated kernels turn on. It becomes purely powerful, (depending on the application) In addition, the existing i7, which, of course, again depending on any case!

You do not have to put 240 on top of that - Europalinge on top of it, to do without the i5-4690K. Can the i5 in is finally expensive enough. Buy a motherboard, keep! Thank you for not joining the ranks of old silicon.

But in no case so big, keep current processor (i7-2600k) or replace it too. The question now is, should I be able to say mine in the best case, that you now have a highly up-to-date system. And on the help ... Hochst-aktuell requests a Sandy Bridge yes finally 5 finally on the PC to gamble I must necessarily have a new MB.

that that would justify the overspending.

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Thanks for your Core, the other the YorkfieldXE core. What is the exact difference? What help, in advance.

MFG
Sammy
One has the Yorkfield is better in terms of performance?

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