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Intel Core i7-5775C 3.3GHz Broadwell LGA-1150 CPU Performance Overview

By: Steven Bassiri | Intel CPUs in CPUs, Chipsets & SoCs | Posted: Jul 2, 2015 2:13 pm

Out of the Box Performance: AIDA64 EE AES, Hash, FPU, GFLOPS, GIOPS, PhotoWorxx, and Memory


AIDA64 Engineer Edition is updated periodically, and these tests were done with the latest build.


However, AIDA64 is not optimized for Broadwell at this time, and a warning popped up periodically to remind me. That means that the Broadwell scores should improve when they update the benchmark, so some of these results will improve by a margin when AIDA64 updates its software.


AIDA64 Engineer Edition AES and Hash Tests




AIDA64 Engineer Edition GFLOPS and GIOPS Test





AIDA64 Engineer Edition FPU Tests




AIDA64 Engineer Edition PhotoWorxx Test




AIDA64 Engineer Edition Memory Bandwidth Test




Even without the benchmark being optimized for the 5775C, it performed quite well against the 4770K.


A lot of these tests are dependent on CPU frequency, and that is one reason the 4790K does so well. The 5775C does best when everything is taken into account, such as memory and/or the iGP. In PhotoWorxx, the 5775C even beats out the 4790K. Memory bandwidth results show a pretty decent improvement in DRAM copy and read bandwidth.

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