Intel Ivy Bridge Core i7 3770K Benchmarked Against Sandy Bridge and Sandy Bridge-E at 4.7Ghz

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Mar 9, 2012
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VR-Zone has compared three generations of Intel Core i7 Processors against each other which include a Ivy Bridge Core i7 3770K, Sandy Bridge Core i7 2600K and Sandy Bridge-E Core i7 3960X. According to a leaked Intel chart, Ivy Bridge has been confirmed to launch on April 29th, Followed by additional Core i7/Core i5 Processors on 3rd June and the Core i3 Series in Holiday 2012.

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Specs of the Core i7 3770K along with several other Ivy Bridge Processors were detailed by us here, The i7 3770K would be a 22nm Quad Core CPU feature 4Cores/8Threads (Multi-Threaded), 8Mb L3 Cache, 77W TDP. Core runs at a Stock frequency of 3.5Ghz with Turbo Boost of 3.9Ghz on all cores.

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The Ivy Bridge processor was compared to Sandy Bridge Core i7 2600K and Core i7 3960X Sandy Bridge-E CPU’s, All Clocked at 4.7Ghz for a Clock-To-Clock benchmark comparison. You can check out the benchmarks slides below:

(Performance may vary with the retail chip since 3770K used here is anĀ EngineeringĀ Sample)

For a detailed preview of Intel’s Core i7 3770K Processor, Head over to Vr-Zone.

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