I7 8700k cinebench r15

Tech Youtuber Karl Morin ran a Cinebench with Intel Core i7-8700K on a HP Omen PC. Intel’s six core and twelve threads processor scored 1230 points in the multicore test. And that number is good enough to use in a bit of an overview.

Morin was attending at an event showcasing the HP Omen PC with the new Intel processor. Karl recorded a thing or two, however with an incredibly poor quality video. So, the PC did not have a monitor active yet Morin got ballsy and disconnected another monitor and closed it on the PC, then ran Cinebench. Below the multi-core result, I placed them into on of our own charts to compare with:

So I took that score and placed it into our own chart. If the Omen test system was setup right, the scores should be pretty final. The Core i7-8700K sits smack-down in-between the Ryzen 5 1600 and 1600X

Single threaded then, Intel has a Turbo 3.0 mode that will allow one application that utilize one core, to clock very high, ergo the single thread performance is rock solid, see above.

Processor Cores / Threads Base Clock Turbo (6c) Turbo (1c) L3 TDP Price
Core i7 8700K 6/12 3.7 GHz 4.3 GHz 4.7 GHz 12 MB 95 W € 389
Core i7 8700 6/12 3.2 GHz 4.3 GHz 4.6 GHz 12 MB 65 W € 327
Core i5 8600K 6/6 3.6 GHz 4.1 GHz 4.3 GHz 9 MB 95 W € 273
Core i5 8400 6/6 2.8 GHz 3.8 GHz 4.0 GHz 9 MB 65 W € 192
Core i3 8350K 4/4 4.0 GHz NA NA 8 MB 91 W € 189
Core i3 8300 4/4 4.0 GHz NA NA 8 MB 65 W
Core i3 8100 4/4 3.6 GHz NA NA 6 MB 65 W € 123

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#5470999 Posted on: 09/11/2017 12:29 PM "Coffee Lake offers 50% more performance"
Right, however according to this leak it’s not even close to that. Manages to lose to Ryzen 1600 (which is cheaper mind that) in Multi-Threaded, and Single threaded performance is due to 1 core boost.

Plus it’s non-soldered. Looking forward to see how tooth paste coupes with temperatures.

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People with this mentality is the reason why Intel was able to do what it did for the past 6 years.
If AMD didn’t made Ryzen, these 6 cores would never exist for years!

Something has to be wrong, the MT score should be closer to 1400.
If this is the real score R7 1700 is still the better buy, even after all these months.

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#5471017 Posted on: 09/11/2017 01:51 PM People with this mentality is the reason why Intel was able to do what it did for the past 6 years.
If AMD didn’t made Ryzen, these 6 cores would never exist for years!

Something has to be wrong, the MT score should be closer to 1400.
If this is the real score R7 1700 is still the better buy, even after all these months.
Wouldn’t exist for years?

The 6 core coffee lake was scheduled for the start of next year before ryzen even came out.

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#5471019 Posted on: 09/11/2017 01:57 PM So by single threaded it gets 196 @ 4.7ghz, ok I guess.

For comparison mine @ 4.7ghz gets

192cb, no rush then. From what I saw this i7 4770k just started to flex its muscles, not that its obsolete

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#5471023 Posted on: 09/11/2017 02:07 PM People with this mentality is the reason why Intel was able to do what it did for the past 6 years.
If AMD didn’t made Ryzen, these 6 cores would never exist for years!
How so?
I couldn’t care less about fanboyism towards any brand, right now I’m still using an AMD CPU even (Phenom II X4). I buy what fits my needs the most, be it Intel or AMD, it doesn’t matter which, as long as it fits my needs.
When I got my Phenom II X4, at the time it was the CPU that fit my needs the most, a cheap quad core CPU. Nowadays the i7 8700K is what is going to fit my needs the most, better single-threading performance and decent multi-threading performance.
If someone wants better multi-threading performance while still having decent single-threading performance, Ryzen is the best pick of course, but that’s not what I want.

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Either way, gotta wait for proper reviews/benchmarks, gotta take leaked results with a grain of salt.

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#5471025 Posted on: 09/11/2017 02:24 PM Wouldn’t exist for years?

The 6 core coffee lake was scheduled for the start of next year before ryzen even came out.

I think you mean was scheduled for 2020?

Jokes aside, it’s not like Ryzen appeared out of nowhere. Having competed for so long with AMD, Intel could sense AMD is finally up to something and dug its more or less existing plans for a mainstream 6-core from the naphthalene, updated them to their latest iteration of the same old, and turned the mills on.

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#5471031 Posted on: 09/11/2017 02:49 PM Wouldn’t exist for years?

The 6 core coffee lake was scheduled for the start of next year before ryzen even came out.

As if they didn’t knew what was coming. AMD had announced Zen months before release, Intel never thought they could leapfrog +40% IPC over last gen.

If they were scheduled for next year, why are we seeing them next month? Rushed much?
It’s actually somehow slower than Kaby Lake (which from what I recall, was slightly slower than Skylake). A 7700K can turbo 1 core to 4.5GHz, but the 8700K turbos to 4.7Ghz, and yet it barely pulls ahead in single-threaded. But, this is also just 1 test. Too soon to draw conclusions.
We have no idea what the cooling solution or temps are, the MT performance is off imo.
How so?
I couldn’t care less about fanboyism towards any brand, right now I’m still using an AMD CPU even (Phenom II X4). I buy what fits my needs the most, be it Intel or AMD, it doesn’t matter which, as long as it fits my needs.
When I got my Phenom II X4, at the time it was the CPU that fit my needs the most, a cheap quad core CPU. Nowadays the i7 8700K is what is going to fit my needs the most, better single-threading performance and decent multi-threading performance.
If someone wants better multi-threading performance while still having decent single-threading performance, Ryzen is the best pick of course, but that’s not what I want.

Either way, gotta wait for proper reviews/benchmarks, gotta take leaked results with a grain of salt.
If all you want is single core performance, I agree.
And I agree we need to wait, this isn’t final.

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Well, clearly there isn’t much of an improvement between Coffee Lake and Kaby Lake (or Skylake), so Intel probably was like "eh screw it, why bother testing? We already know it’s good enough". If Coffee Lake actually had something to offer other than more cores (and maybe better efficiency), Intel would probably hold off their release. But from what I recall, there will be 2 release phases for Coffee Lake – one that is mostly based around KL (this upcoming release) and another later one, that will likely be a little different.

Появились первые тесты Core i7-8700K

Процессор Intel Core i7-8700K, который, как ожидается, будет стоить менее 400 евро, прошёл несколько тестов, результаты которых попали в Сеть.

Начнём с ПО Cinebench R15. В этом тесте новинка Intel показала результат в 196 баллов в однопоточной нагрузке и 1230 баллов в многопоточной. Это чуть больше, чем набирает Ryzen 5 1600 (1130 баллов), который сейчас можно купить за 210 долларов.

Но, конечно, по одному тесту делать выводы рано. Если же говорить о внутренней конкуренции, примерно такой же показатель демонстрирует CPU Core i7-5820K.

В тесте Geekbench новый флагман Intel показывает результат в 5773 и 24 260 баллов в однопоточном и многопоточном режимах соответственно.

Несмотря на то, что Intel пока не подвердила 5 октября в качестве даты выхода процессоров Coffee Lake, эта информация кажется правдоподобной. А сейчас в сети появились результаты первых бенчмарков CPU. Их выложил в Facebook канадский пользователь YouTube Карл Морин (Karl Morin).

Процессор Core i7-8700K прошел тесты однопоточной и многопоточной производительности в 64-битной версии Cinebench R15. В пермом случае результат составил 196, а во втором – 1.230 баллов. Сравнить его с результатами других процессоров можно на расположенных ниже графиках.

Cinebench R15

Single-Threaded

Cinebench R15

Multi-Threaded

Даже если мы не знаем остальных условий, в которых проводились тесты, результаты Cinebench R15 позволяют сделать первые предположения о производительности CPU. Базовая частота Intel Core i7-8700K должна составлять 3,7 ГГц. Частоты Boost приведены в таблице ниже.

Результаты бенчмарка позволяют говорить о значительном приросте однопоточной производительности процессора Coffee Lake. Сама Intel тоже говорила об увеличении производительности моделей 8000-й серии. Недавно речь шла о целых 30 процентах.

В настоящий момент известно о шести моделях CPU, начиная от четырехъядерного Core i3-8100, заканчивая шестиядерным Core i7-8700K. Процессоры смогут работать с, максимум, 12 потоками одновременно, а тактовая частота варьируется от 2,8 в базовом режиме до 4,7 ГГц в одноядерном Boost. Тепловой пакет моделей составит 65 или 95 Вт.

Несмотря на то, что новые процессоры устанавливаются в сокет LGA1151, для работы потребуется новый чипсет. Z370 появится вместе с выходом первых CPU, а hi-end чипсеты выйдут уже в следующем году. Кроме того, по всей видимости, процессоры Coffee Lake будут работать с двухканальным интерфейсом памяти.