Intel 4670K i5 Haswell Review & Overclocking

Resident Evil 6 and Unigine Valley

Intel 4670K i5 Haswell Review & Overclocking

Resident Evil 6

There is no question that the Core i5-4670K is more than enough for gaming needs, or at least it seems so with Resident Evil 6. Without the Y axis you would never guess which was a i7-4770K and which was a i5-4670K result, let alone stock or overclocked.

Unigine Valley

Despite the stern nature (ha) of the Unigine Valley benchmark the Core i5-4670K just keeps plugging away. We would have imagined that the 8xMSAA 1440P Ultra test would favour the overclocked i7-4770K, and yet the stock i5-4670K gives identical results. Very impressive.

 

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01-10-2013, 06:18:09

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Today we look at the 4th Generation i5 from Intel, the 4670K. Is this the true successor to the i5-2500K? What is the overcloking like without the hyperthreading?


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