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Expert Reviews

ocdrift.com
Reviewed on 2014-08-02
Excellent stock performance, High factory clock speed, Unlocked multiplier that allows overclocking, Excellent memory overclocking, Improved thermal interface material, Slightly cooler than i74770K when overclocked, Faster than i74770K for the same price,...CPU overclocking is below expectation, Similar clocktoclock performance with i74770K, Draw of luck in getting a good overclocking chip
The first wave of Haswell replacements was the launch of Haswell Refresh series in May 2014, which includes the i7-4790 and i5-4690 processors. This non-K series offers a small frequency upgrade of 100MHz from its predecessor and comes with a locked multi...
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goldfries.com
Reviewed on 2014-06-10
Heading the pack of Intel's new Haswell-refresh range of processors is the Core i7-4790K, which essentially is still the quad-core Haswell processor that's built on Intel's 22nm process technology but with a few changes.The DC range of Haswell processors ...
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homemediaportal.com
Reviewed on 2015-10-26
Intell Core i7 4790K Processor (4 GHZ, 8 MB CACHE, LGA1150 SOCKET) ReviewThe Intel Core i7 4790K processor is currently one of the best selling high end CPUs on the market. At the time of writing the Core i7 is Intel's flagship processor range and offers...
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uk.hardware.info
Reviewed on 2015-08-19
Presler/Cedar Mill Pentium 4 / D Tick 65 nm 2006 Conroe/Merom Core 2 Duo/Quad Tock 65 nm 2006 Penryn Core 2 Duo/Quad Tick 45 nm 2007 Nehalem Core i Tock 45...
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maximumpc.com
Reviewed on 2015-08-05
Good performance, overclocks well, Z170 platform offers new features.Not much faster than Haswell, still quadcore, no heatsink included, needs new motherboard and RAM
In an unprecedented move, Intel has launched two desktop processor updates in as many months. June gave us the Broadwell for Desktop update , aka fifth-generation Intel Core Processors, and now here we are with the sixth-generation Intel Core Processors...
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uk.hardware.info
Reviewed on 2015-07-14
That the fastest processors are currently made by Intel is not really a secret, but what is the best choice when you want to spend up to £ 50, £100 or £150? To answer that question we conducted a megatest of 57 current AMD and Intel CPUs. From two to...
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micromart.co.uk
Reviewed on 2015-05-28
P utting together a new system tends to begin with selecting a the processor that fits your budget best, narrowing down make, performance and price until you have the one you need. What are the best CPUs on the market right now, though? The industry evolv...
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gamegrin.com
Reviewed on 2015-03-30
As a PC gaming enthusiast, there is always one thing you think when you see a stuttering performance in gameplay: “I need to upgrade”. The word “need” is the operative one here. In truth, when my AMD Phenom, a vintage model I had bought when it was alread...
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digitalmediaandit.com
Reviewed on 2015-03-10
All I can say is wow! A true multicore CPU if ever I've seen one. I've just upgraded to this chip from an amd phenom ii x6 1055t, which was overclocked to 3.95ghz 24hour prime 95 stable, from its base clock of 2.8ghz. I also upgraded to an Asus tuf Sabret...
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guru3d.com
Reviewed on 2015-01-08
You know back in June Intel released Devils Canyon processors, the newly revised Haswell based quad-core processor was to be the hottest 'thang' for overclockers. Unfortunately the results where a bit of a mixed bag, actually the 4770K in a lot of circums...
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digit.in
Reviewed on 2014-10-30
Power packed performance, Improved thermal interfaceCostly
The Intel Core i7-4790K is the best processor we have tested till date. If you can afford it, buy it and you will remain ahead of the curve for a long time.Devil's Canyon is basically an upgrade to two Haswell Processors, the Core i5 - 4690 and the Core i...
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vortez.net
Reviewed on 2014-10-07
Stock speeds from 4 GHz base and 4.4 GHz boost, over 500 MHz higher than the CPU it replaces, Measurably better thermal performance at the same voltage and frequencies, Higher overclocking results with our sample (4.8GHz compared with 4.6GHz), Overclockin...Update isn't quite significant enough to upgrade from the initial Haswell CPUs, IGP performance in nonsynthetic benchmarks continues to be a concern
An incremental evolution of the -series, it brings support for new storage interface technologies as standard in addition to the latest Haswell chips straight out of the box The -series will also support desktop variants of Haswell's nm successor, Broadw...
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illgaming.in
Reviewed on 2014-09-27
4 GHz clock speed for all four cores, Fits in earlier socket 1150 boards, Improved thermal dissipation, Unlocked multiplier for easy overclockingHigher base clock reduces margin for overclocking
Devil's Canyon sounds like the name of an action adventure game, perhaps with some role-playing elements thrown in. You might want to dispel that daydream however as this is actually the code name for Intel's new unlocked processors based on a revision of...
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xbitlabs.com
Reviewed on 2014-09-14
Just a little time ago the point of overclocking was seen in purchasing a cheap CPU and making it as fast as more expensive models. Enthusiasts could save quite a substantial amount of money through their skill and experience without losing anything in th...
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pcauthority.com.au
Reviewed on 2014-09-10
Intel's brisk production schedule should see the new 14nm Broadwell architecture arrive by Christmas, but that doesn't mean Haswell is out of tricks. To tide us over until the next generation arrives, Intel has released a new spin on the Haswell design, c...
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techwarelabs.com
Reviewed on 2014-09-02
Incredibly fast, New TIM (Thermal Interface Material), Cool temps, More headroom for overclockingNone
A little over a year ago, Intel introduced their new line of CPU's under the Haswell codename. As the successor to the Ivy-Bridge architecture Intel's new chip design looks to optimize power savings and performance benefits, taking advantage of the 22nm n...
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hardwareheaven.com
Reviewed on 2014-08-30
Today Intel launched their new X99 chipset and Haswell-E CPUs. We took a look at those over here and to accompany that article we now look in a little more detail at the memory they support in our DDR4 Review. Our DDR4 samples for this round-up come from ...
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hardwarebbq.com
Reviewed on 2014-08-29
Intel talked a lot about the Haswell Refresh processors codenamed Devil's Canyon, and they were very excited about it . The newer Haswell (codename: Devil's Canyon) came with certain improvements in comparison to earlier processors.Difference was mostly o...
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techpowerup.com
Reviewed on 2014-08-26
Added speed, Better thermal interface material, Performance slightly better than the Intel Core i74770K when overclockedCompared to the price gap, the speed difference to the Intel Core i74770K is not very noticeable, Overclocking seems to be more sensitive to BCLK adjustments
Intel's Haswell refresh line has drawn a lot of conspicuous looks from those who supported the initial Haswell offering (with the i7-4770K taking the helm). Stating the disbelievers on point, there just can't be much of a difference between Haswell and i...
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ocaholic.ch.english
Reviewed on 2014-08-12
Gamers are continuously asking which is the best CPU for their system, from a performance as well as a price perspective. In this series of articles, we're comparing the gaming performance of two CPU's in recent games and we will be showing you which CPU ...
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