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  • Intel Core i5 10600K Comet Lake vs. Core i5 Skylake / Haswell / Sandy Bridge

    Phoronix: Intel Core i5 10600K Comet Lake vs. Core i5 Skylake / Haswell / Sandy Bridge

    As some additional Core i5 10600K Linux benchmarks for historical perspective, here is a look at how the Core i5 10600K looks in comparison to the Core i5 7600K Skylake, Core i5 4670 Haswell, and Core i5 2500K Sandy Bridge processors on Ubuntu Linux. There were 250 benchmarks ran on each of the CPUs under test.

    http://www.phoronix.com/vr.php?view=29411

  • #2
    The Core i5 7600K is a Kabylake not a Skylake.

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    • #3
      you can clearly see that from 2500k to 7600k there is some kind of saturation function, then Ryzen impacts and suddenly performance is overproportional developing.

      even intel fanboys should be thankful of AMD's pressure

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Spooktra View Post
        The Core i5 7600K is a Kabylake not a Skylake.
        intel has now more lakes then finland. no wonder if someone mixed them up.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by CochainComplex View Post
          you can clearly see that from 2500k to 7600k there is some kind of saturation function, then Ryzen impacts and suddenly performance is overproportional developing.

          even intel fanboys should be thankful of AMD's pressure
          Well, it went from 4 to 6 cores... It's not just overcoming a saturation.

          Note that I'm not defending intel, just pointing that out. At first I was surprised as well, and then looked at the number of cores.

          Anyhow, this is still ShitLake, on 14+++++

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          • #6
            Originally posted by higgslagrangian View Post

            Well, it went from 4 to 6 cores... It's not just overcoming a saturation.

            Note that I'm not defending intel, just pointing that out. At first I was surprised as well, and then looked at the number of cores.

            Anyhow, this is still ShitLake, on 14+++++
            Exactly. Isn't that the whole point? Michael compared the i5 line. Intel decided to use more cores after Ryzen brought more cores for a cheaper price.
            They wouldn't have added Cores without AMD's pressure. 4C in midtier CPU's over one decade or isn't it?

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            • #7
              Originally posted by CochainComplex View Post

              Intel decided to use more cores after Ryzen brought more cores for a cheaper price.
              They wouldn't have added Cores without AMD's pressure.
              We seem to agree 100%.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by higgslagrangian View Post

                We seem to agree 100%.
                jep

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by CochainComplex View Post
                  intel has now more lakes then finland. no wonder if someone mixed them up.
                  Its going to get worse before it gets better. Intel's 10nm is a mess, and they just today announced that their 7nm has been pushed to end of 2023 at the soonest. That means intel is *five years* behind the competition in lithography process.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by CochainComplex View Post
                    you can clearly see that from 2500k to 7600k there is some kind of saturation function, then Ryzen impacts and suddenly performance is overproportional developing.

                    even intel fanboys should be thankful of AMD's pressure
                    You know Intel is not exactly extravagant when it takes 14 years to expand their mid-tier range beyond 4 cores.

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