Intel 4670K i5 Haswell Review & Overclocking

PC Mark

Intel 4670K i5 Haswell Review & Overclocking

PC Mark

Now we're finally free of the tests that only care about the amount of cores available, you can see that the Core i5-4670K has plenty of grunt for 99% of the tasks that you'll require it to perform. Whether it's the older PC Mark Vantage, or the much newer PC Mark 7, the Core i5-4670K is easily a match for the pricier i7-4770K, and certainly wont be the limiting factor in your setup.

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01-10-2013, 08:57:13

R0Y
YeY! That's my chip! YeY! Quote

01-10-2013, 08:58:53

ShaunB-91
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Originally Posted by R0Y View Post
YeY! That's my chip! YeY!
Snap! Quote

01-10-2013, 09:09:43

Asta
Nice piece of desire but gamers would love to know a few more stuff.
First, are there any reason to replace i5 2500K with this new cpu, imo no way?
Second, who wants to use a 100 quid cooling with the 150 quid chip for gaming? Yeahh it's fun to be tested but hey, I could have unload 250 quid for the i7+Freezer etc. at first, imo?Quote

01-10-2013, 09:19:29

tinytomlogan
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Originally Posted by Asta View Post
Nice piece of desire but gamers would love to know a few more stuff.
First, are there any reason to replace i5 2500K with this new cpu, imo no way?
Second, who wants to use a 100 quid cooling with the 150 quid chip for gaming? Yeahh it's fun to be tested but hey, I could have unload 250 quid for the i7+Freezer etc. at first, imo?

The idea is matey for a lot of us having a quiet rig is important. Nothing artic make will ever be quiet once you clock it.....Quote

01-10-2013, 09:47:36

Asta
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Originally Posted by tinytomlogan View Post
The idea is matey for a lot of us having a quiet rig is important. Nothing artic make will ever be quiet once you clock it.....
Take the rig away from a battle station
Good point Tom. Been there with a custom watercooling system plus GTs plus fan-controller. As to AC, they offered a number of great cooling stuff in the past ie. Accelero and Freezer series, not to mention the best-for-the-money part Quote
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