Unlike the previous benchmarks which involved Haswell’s i5-4570 and i7-4770K which were engineering samples from Intel, these ones were retail processors.
The admin of a Chinese based ‘RedQuasar’ forum posted the pictures of the processor which confirm that these are retail chips, followed by CPU-Z and benchmarks using Windows Experience, 3DMark 11, AIDA64, Super Pi, Fritz Chess, Cinebench 11.5 and few more.
The admin also posted the screenshots of i7-3770K and compared with i7 4770 oced @ 4.5GHz.
But as CPU World pointed it out, the oced processor wasn’t stable enough to go through Cinebench 11.5, let alone thinking of passing Prime95 and such stress testing was out of the question. The processor when stressed after overclocking was hitting high temps.
To sum it all up:
|Benchmarks||Core i7-4770K||Core i5-4570K||Core i7-3770K||Core i7-4770K
|AIDA64 read||22190 MB/s||20660 MB/s||23247 MB/s||23127 MB/s|
|AIDA64 write||22673 MB/s||20927 MB/s||20704 MB/s||26125 MB/s|
|AIDA64 copy||29739 MB/s||28351 MB/s||24907 MB/s||30651 MB/s|
|Fritz Chess Benchmark||14398||11476||14683||17461|
|Cinebench 11.5 CPU||7.82||6.06||7.88|
|Cinebench 11.5 OpenGL||75.93||68.26||57.74|