Intel Broadwell i7 5775C Review & Overclocking

SiSoft Sandra

Intel Core i7-5775C Review

SiSoft Sandra

The raw power benchmarks favour the i7-4790K but when we move to more specialised ones the i7-5775C makes an excellent fist of it. Cryptography prefers the more modern CPU, and the Scientific Analysis result is miles ahead.

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Most Recent Comments

20-07-2015, 12:05:43

MadShadow
Much excite, I wanna read the review! :PQuote

20-07-2015, 14:57:07

timerwin63
So, Intel made a GPU. Great, put it on an i3, just give me a real processor... If I'm buying a top of the line chip, it's pretty safe to assume I won't be using the integrated graphics.Quote

20-07-2015, 15:04:58

skl27
I´m waiting for ZEN and then compare only the raw CPU power.
because i want to upgrade from a 3570k cause I´ve been having some issues but for me a iGPU isn´t really needed.Quote

20-07-2015, 16:11:25

Wraith
Holy smeg-o-rama! That iGPU is stonking, kudos Intel kudos indeed.Quote

20-07-2015, 19:57:02

ancientscream
jeesh how much die area are Intel wasting on they're flaming integrated GPU's ? intel we mainly want CPU's from you - not GPU's? I don't care about integrated graphics in desktop processors ? your spending so much energy on something, no one asked for? whose ambition is this ? wheres the cheap 8/16 core processor there should be here - by now ? instead at 14nm were still at quad core, the same as my 65nm q6600 processor wayback when ? a 4x reduction in process should mean if we have the same wafer area attributed to each die, 64 cores by now ? in very rough theory? if you just scaled down the q6600 transistor count cpu layout to the 14nm scale on the same die area as a q6600? (square area rule?) your deliberate failure to focus on more cores or the CPU portion of the processor transistor count, is beginning to be aggravating in the extreme ? moores law has been broken for 8 years and you have not really delivered imo much CPU performance increase. Everyone but a minority seems unaware or happy with the status quo performance wise youv'e been delivering? that consumers have been roughly receiving the same quad core power with small performance bumps for a long time, you may not have allot of competition from AMD but you've been taking the mickey compared to your illustrious history of performance increase in the past. and yes more cores don't always translate to more performance in individual programs depending how they're written, compared to higher frequencies etc, but lets be honest running many programs at once is smoother with many more cores. if any CPU manufacturer delivered a non iGPU CPU and threw down the CPU performance hat once more it would be interesting to see what could really be offered at this process scale ?Quote
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