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Intel Haswell i5-4670K vs. i7-4770K Comparison

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I am little confused with top temp graph , Are all the CPU done with the Prolimatech Megahalem ?
Cause I can see the 4770k/4570k being warm but 3570k seems real hot , even stock speeds .
Yeah, its from previous comparison. That 3570K was really hot!!!
 

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Yeah, its from previous comparison. That 3570K was really hot!!!
That is interesting ,the IHS must have big gap on that chip , I get 60c@4.0ghz under load with a 212 evo .

Do the 3570/4570 run hotter than 4770/3770 on avg even though have added HT .
Might just be roll of the dice as you would think with added HT the 3770 an4770 would avg hotter on avg .
That is if you had chance to test many of each kind .
 
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That is interesting ,the IHS must have big gap on that chip , I get 60c@4.0ghz under load with a 212 evo .

Do the 3570/4570 run hotter than 4770/3770 on avg even though have added HT .
Might just be roll of the dice as you would think with added HT the 3770 an4770 would avg hotter on avg .
That is if you had chance to test many of each kind .
No 3770K and 4770K should be hotter than the 3570K

and just to correct you, its 4670K not 4570K :p
 
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Minor nitpick...

RE: Page 2

In America we put the $ sign before the amount, i.e. $243 and $350. I say this cause I assume you pulled the info from Intel's website.

Other than that I always like articles like this. It shows you that for an extra $107 you don't get that much more performance.
 
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I'm not sure if that's a good way to stress the CPUs, although a good indication for real life scenario, since nobody plays at 800x600 ultra low with that setup :laugh:
 
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I'd really like to see the Sandy Bridge CPU's thrown into this mix if possible. Seems everytime I see a IB or Haswell review, my SB cpu looks better and better, but I'd like to see actual number for all 3 generations. Especially since all three generations are so close to each other performance wise.
 
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I'd really like to see the Sandy Bridge CPU's thrown into this mix if possible. Seems everytime I see a IB or Haswell review, my SB cpu looks better and better, but I'd like to see actual number for all 3 generations. Especially since all three generations are so close to each other performance wise.
Thanks for your suggestion, will add this on the schedule ;)
 
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Good comparison overall but as a gamer, I would like to see a much larger list of games comparisons. However, glad you went for 1080p comparisons and not 1024x768 just because it was a CPU comparison.
 

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I'd really like to see the Sandy Bridge CPU's thrown into this mix if possible. Seems everytime I see a IB or Haswell review, my SB cpu looks better and better, but I'd like to see actual number for all 3 generations. Especially since all three generations are so close to each other performance wise.
I'll +1 this, I want to see if a 26/2700K is in the same viscinity as haswell and IVB in terms of all of these tests.
 
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Yeah, its from previous comparison. That 3570K was really hot!!!
Great to see this review and especially comparisons to Ivy, well done.

The 3570 and 3770 are notorious for shitty TIM. Delidded and saw a 10c-15c decrease across the board.

The comparison between the Ivy i5 and i7 is pretty close to Dave's review.
 
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Thanks for the review.

Two questions:
1, Why don't you sort the charts in an ascending or descending order if they are color coded?

2, Do you happen to have power consumption figures for this review?
 
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Fantastic review, can't wait to see more!
My only suggestion, possibly a overall performance summary per frequency. Other than that you did a great job.
 

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Can you disable the IGP on Desktop CPU's?

Hello, this is my 1st post here :D

I was wondering if there was any way to disable the IGP in the high-end chips like 4770k, you guys & girls do this all day so your updated domain knowledge of current chips are way beyond my slightly old-school understanding.

I always feel like having that GPU there in the way causes problems, how "disabled" is it, it is just low priority while still sucking voltage?

Any possibly way to disable the GPU even if its a permanent operation to see if a 100% disabled IGP can do for over-clocking with more stability than having it be there but just logically disabled in some weird way when a 3rd party card is in the PCIe slot?

I know there are many i7 chips which have the IGP completely disabled in laptops like the 3610QM and 4700HQ that Asus give in them so is there any magic sequence to send the CPU+IGP for a "divorce" heh to only get a CPU without its IGP baggage for potentially way better overclockability and perf of the CPU by itself?
 
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Hello, this is my 1st post here :D

I was wondering if there was any way to disable the IGP in the high-end chips like 4770k, you guys & girls do this all day so your updated domain knowledge of current chips are way beyond my slightly old-school understanding.

I always feel like having that GPU there in the way causes problems, how "disabled" is it, it is just low priority while still sucking voltage?

Any possibly way to disable the GPU even if its a permanent operation to see if a 100% disabled IGP can do for over-clocking with more stability than having it be there but just logically disabled in some weird way when a 3rd party card is in the PCIe slot?

I know there are many i7 chips which have the IGP completely disabled in laptops like the 3610QM and 4700HQ that Asus give in them so is there any magic sequence to send the CPU+IGP for a "divorce" heh to only get a CPU without its IGP baggage for potentially way better overclockability and perf of the CPU by itself?
Yes you can disable the IGP, and yes, it can help with the OC sometimes.

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Yes you can disable the IGP, and yes, it can help with the OC sometimes.

ps.: Welcome to TPU! :toast:
Is it simply done in the bios?

I don't have a current Intel CPU with IGP.
 
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Yes. Most bios have the ability to enable/disable the iGPU.

In my experience, there is no difference with it enabled and disabled when overclocking under LN2.
 
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