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    Intel Core i7-11700K ES: in-depth review published

    Romanian PC tech site tests the engineering sample chip in benchmarks, gaming.
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    Re: Intel Core i7-11700K ES: in-depth review published

    Objectively, it looks like it's just a 10900k because that's pretty much similar, loses in multithreaded productivity and trades blows with the 5800x.

    What's interesting is the temp being pushed out versus draw, that looks a little odd but we'll have to see as more benchmarks occur on retail samples.

    Basically, it looks like a 10900k with PCIe 4.0, not exactly rip roaring...

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    Re: Intel Core i7-11700K ES: in-depth review published

    Looks to slightly beat the Ryzen 7 5800X in gaming,and power draw isn't that bad considering the process node difference. Hopefully the 6C/12T Core i5 is decent,as that should hopefully push prices down a bit.


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    Re: Intel Core i7-11700K ES: in-depth review published

    Quote Originally Posted by Tabbykatze View Post

    What's interesting is the temp being pushed out versus draw, that looks a little odd but we'll have to see as more benchmarks occur on retail samples.
    Could be an 'offset' on the temp sensor so it reads lower than it actually is, iirc AMD originally had weird temps due to an offset needing to be applied on release in monitoring programs.

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    Re: Intel Core i7-11700K ES: in-depth review published

    Quote Originally Posted by LSG501 View Post
    Could be an 'offset' on the temp sensor so it reads lower than it actually is, iirc AMD originally had weird temps due to an offset needing to be applied on release in monitoring programs.
    Could be, HWInfo had some serious issues with Zen 1 and reading the temps, CPU-z as well IIRC

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    Re: Intel Core i7-11700K ES: in-depth review published

    5615 in r20 vs ~5k for a stock 10700k is a nice improvement. 286w under load explains where that performance is coming from, though.

    Wonder where the 11900k is going to end up.

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    Re: Intel Core i7-11700K ES: in-depth review published

    Is there any more news on release date of these new chips? I suppose reviews will likely be held til release day as well?

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    Re: Intel Core i7-11700K ES: in-depth review published

    Quote Originally Posted by Tabbykatze View Post
    Could be, HWInfo had some serious issues with Zen 1 and reading the temps, CPU-z as well IIRC
    Heat density is also lower on those RKL chips, as they're still on 14nm and not being pushed to the max.

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