Intel Devil’s Canyon Processors Arrive – Core i7-4790K
The Intel Core i7-4790K and Core i5-4690K are though a doubt a many expected processors to come to marketplace for a LGA1150 height given a initial Haswell processors were expelled behind in Jun 2013. Intel announced that they were going to be doing a Haswell Refresh in Mar and mentioned that they would be entrance out with Devil’s Canyon. Basically these are your standard K-Series unbarred 22nm Haswell parts, though they have been polished for enthusiasts that wish a best processor probable for their Intel Z87 or Z97 plaform. What accurately does that mean?
The Intel engineers wanted to move a best Haswell processor probable to market, though they wanted to do something special for desktop enthusiasts. They listened a feedback about a thermal interface element being used on a ‘lid’ of a processor, so they altered a thermal interface element (TIM) that lies in between a die and a integrated feverishness spreader to urge it. Intel hasn’t pronounced accurately what was done, though they did contend that they are now regulating a Next era Polymer Thermal Interface Material (NGPTIM) that will move cooling improvements. They also combined additional capacitors to well-spoken out energy smoothness to a die and that should concede for aloft time speeds and potentially softened overclocking.
The new Intel Core i7-4790K processor is a Quad-Core, 4.0GHz processor with 8MB of cache and Hyper-Threading, that ramps adult to 4.4GHz with Intel Turbo Boost technology. The Core i7-4770K has a 3.5GHz bottom time with a 3.9GHz Turbo Boost clock, so a 4790K has a 500MHz bottom and turbo time advantage over a 4770K. This means that we can design about 14% aloft opening only from that alone, so it looks like Intel is unequivocally perplexing to get a many out of Haswell with a final rider of it here with softened thermal performance, softened energy smoothness and aloft time speeds.
What do all these changes cost you? Not as most as we think…
Here is a demeanour during a Intel Core i7-4770K (QE6S) on a left and a Intel Core i7-4790K (QG81) on a right. From a tip a processors demeanour scarcely identical, though Devil’s Canyon has some additional ‘dots’ on a tip and bottom of a processor package that aren’t on a strange 4770K.
Flipping a processors over we can see that a Intel Core i7-4790K has combined capacitors that is pronounced to well-spoken out a energy smoothness and assistance with overclocking performance.
Let’s take a Intel Core i7-4790K Devil’s Canyon Processor for a exam expostulate on Intel Z97 exam platform!