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i5 6600K vs Xeon E3 1231 v3

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Referring to the above topic......

Which is better? (Video editing terms.....)

Factor in everything about the processors....


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Video editing the Xeon will ace it

 

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Xeon = i7 3770k, which is still better than i5.

I am pretty sure the xeon outperforms the i3770k at the same clockspeed by a measurable amount and in gaming (I know that for sure) by more than 5% across various games.

1231 V3 != i7 3770k

instead:

1231 V3 >= i7 3770k

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I am pretty sure the xeon outperforms the i3770k at the same clockspeed by a measurable amount and in gaming (I know that for sure) by more than 5% across various games.

Yup, because the Xeon is Haswell based (it's basically a 4770). However, a heavily overclocked 3770k will destroy it.

 

 

Referring to the above topic......

Which is better? (Video editing terms.....)

Factor in everything about the processors....

The Xeon will be better in video editing when both at stock. If you overclock the 6600k quite a bit, it will be similar in performance in things like rendering, and better in the majority of games. However, you'll need a more expensive motherboard, RAM, and a cooler, so it's better to go with the Xeon.


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Yup, because the Xeon is Haswell based (it's basically a 4770). However, a heavily overclocked 3770k will destroy it.

 

 

The Xeon will be better in video editing when both at stock. If you overclock the 6600k quite a bit, it will be similar in performance in things like rendering, and better in the majority of games. However, you'll need a more expensive motherboard, RAM, and a cooler, so it's better to go with the Xeon.

What is your interpretation of heavy? I just want to know ... (Can't get my 3770k higher than 4.2GHz on all cores)


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What is your interpretation of heavy? I just want to know ... (Can't get my 3770k higher than 4.2GHz on all cores)

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1sxzGshuqVtFe_2zgRhN3gXCraR7d8p-NazJ6z0nsGGc/edit#gid=0

 

Based on the forum's R15 scores, a 4.7GHz 3770k is around 15% better than a Xeon E3 1231 v3. I'd imagine at 4.2GHz yours is close to the same performance as the Xeon.


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I am pretty sure the xeon outperforms the i3770k at the same clockspeed by a measurable amount and in gaming (I know that for sure) by more than 5% across various games.

1231 V3 != i7 3770k

instead:

1231 V3 >= i7 3770k

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