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- August 16, 2015 at 3:45 pm #71123Lil’ ½ DeadMember
When running the software on a single core Intel Core i7-6700K processor performance was 2.4-fold higher than with an Intel Core i7-4790K Haswell processor. It is striking that the performance in multiple physical cores was less rather than more, the difference with the i7 of the Haswell generation remains relatively limited. It is therefore speculated about a possible explanation, in which there is a comparison with the architecture of VISC Soft Machines made. This architecture allows a number of physical cores can be placed under a single virtual core. Thus the behavior of the Intel Core i7-6700K processor Skylake can be explained with the different physical cores occur when a single core. This could possibly also the high speed in the Single Threaded Mozilla Kraken benchmark can explain where we had no explanation for during our review of 5 August .
We’ll have to wait until at least August 18 until more information about Intel releases its architecture and then we may get to hear more about this phenomenon.August 26, 2015 at 11:52 am #88986Admin1Guest
Thanks Kev !
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