Intel i5 760 Review

3D Benchmarks

Intel i5 760 Review

3D Benchmarks

Finally before we move onto our conclusion, let's see if the i5-760 can maintain its stranglehold over our graphs once we bring the rest of the system into play.

Unigine

Previous testing we've done have shown how GPU heavy the Unigine benchmark is and so it proves here as the difference between the otherwise dominant i5-760 at 4 GHz and the stock i5-750 is minimal at best.

 

3D Mark Vantage

Vantage continues the trend you should all be used to by now of the overclocked i5-760 winning ahead of the i7-870, and the extra little boost the i5-760 has over the i5-750 at stock allowing it to edge ahead.

 

Crysis Warhead

Finally Crysis Warhead is similar to Unigine in that the graphics card plays a large part. However thanks to the need of plenty of CPU cycles to do soft Physx we actually end up with the standard order, although the gap between the chips is greatly compressed.

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20-08-2010, 09:04:45

silenthill
Do you want me to lend you a piece of cloth and some cleaning liquid so that you can clean that horrible stain off your monitor Quote

20-08-2010, 09:34:07

tinytomlogan
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Originally Posted by silenthill View Post

Do you want me to lend you a piece cloth and some cleaning liquid so that you can clean that horrible stain off your monitor
Naaa its in memorial to the moth that died Quote

01-09-2010, 07:58:49

Bungral
You aint wrong about it needing bugger all voltage and running cool.

I only chucked my new 760 in my also new P55-UD5 last night and redone my loop.

Never ever overclocked on the P55 / X58 platforms before but it took about 3 mins to work out how to up to 4GHz at 1.23v with memory at 2000Mhz.

Tried to quickly chuck it up to 2133MHz with an overclock on the CPU of 4.26 GHz but at that voltage it only just booted into Windows.

When I've rebuilt my OS, I'll get some proper overlocking done on it.

Oh yeah, temps while Prime95'n overnight hit a max of 59 degrees.Quote

01-09-2010, 08:18:42

tinytomlogan
Quote:
Originally Posted by Bungral View Post

You aint wrong about it needing bugger all voltage and running cool.

I only chucked my new 760 in my also new P55-UD5 last night and redone my loop.

Never ever overclocked on the P55 / X58 platforms before but it took about 3 mins to work out how to up to 4GHz at 1.23v with memory at 2000Mhz.

Tried to quickly chuck it up to 2133MHz with an overclock on the CPU of 4.26 GHz but at that voltage it only just booted into Windows.

When I've rebuilt my OS, I'll get some proper overlocking done on it.

Oh yeah, temps while Prime95'n overnight hit a max of 59 degrees.
not a bad little chip is it! Make sure you start a thread about your journey with it dude.Quote

02-09-2010, 21:15:56

Bungral
Yeah will do as soon as I've got the OS up and running how I like.Quote
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