- Feb 2, 2009
Let me remind you then the conversation, ShintaiDK was responding to my debate the Core i7 4790K would be the same as Core i7 6700K.????? Obviously you are talking about it. I don't see anyone else doing it
Where did he claim that? He said that the 6770k would offer 20-30% more performance than his 4670. That seems probably true? You asserted that the percentage would be the same for the 4790k. He then provided charts showing that the 6700k offers superior performance to the 4790k (though not 20-30% superior).
Basically, it seems you are having a conversation with yourself, which is a bit confusing for the rest of us.
The Skylake one is 20-30% over the Haswell.
On the Moon with lower gravity perhaps, on Earth its not even worth mentioning.
But again you forgot to do your homework.
4670 vs 6700K.
Same as 4670 vs 4790K :whiste:
But again, CPU performance isnt your strong side.
He has a GTX980, are you telling me he is playing games without any AA filters ???http://www.hardware.fr/articles/940-1/intel-core-i7-6700k-i5-6600k-z170-skylake-test.html
Crysis 3 settings : 1920*1080 Very High, sans anti-aliasing.
ARMA III settings : 1920*1080 Ultra, sans anti-aliasing.
x-plane 10 settings : 1920*1080 sans anti-aliasing.
F1 2013 settings : 1920*1080 sans anti-aliasing.
Watch Dogs settings : 1920 * 1080 with a level of overall quality Ultra without anti-aliasing.
Total War Rome II Settings : 1920 * 1080 Extreme but by disabling the AA and SSAO.
Company Of Heroes II Settings : 1920 * 1080 maximum quality made exception of anti-aliasing.
Anno 2070 settings : 1920 * 1080 with very high settings and still no anti-aliasing.
That is not how you going to play with your GTX980, the difference from 4790K vs 6700K at default is negligible.