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Old 17-08-17, 12:51 PM
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Leaked slide compares Kaby Lake to Coffee Lake

Coffee Lake will feature both single-threaded and multi-threaded performance improvements.



Read more on Intel's leaked Coffee Lake comparison slide.

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Old 17-08-17, 01:25 PM
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Oh wow would never have guessed it would be better.
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Old 17-08-17, 01:55 PM
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they typical 10-15% from intel who turn out to be 3-10% in reality.

at least two more cores... thanks AMD!
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Old 17-08-17, 02:33 PM
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I don't know how many times I have seen these type of claims from Intel. It usually turns out to be some really obscure benchmark with almost no use case scenario to get that kind off gain that any person would use.
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Who knew that by going from 4c/8t to 6c/12t might add 50% in multi-threaded loads - those Intel guys are damn good with numbers
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Who knew that by going from 4c/8t to 6c/12t might add 50% in multi-threaded loads - those Intel guys are damn good with numbers
Agreed...
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Old 18-08-17, 10:28 AM
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Who knew that by going from 4c/8t to 6c/12t might add 50% in multi-threaded loads - those Intel guys are damn good with numbers
First LOL-OL of the day.
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Who knew that by going from 4c/8t to 6c/12t might add 50% in multi-threaded loads - those Intel guys are damn good with numbers
Haha. Yes but it shows that the 2 extra cores can perform as well as the first 4
Not necessarily the fact
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