Recently we took an interesting look at how much progress Intel CPUs have made over the past six years, testing 5th-gen Core against 10th-gen Core processors’ gaming performance. We covered two angles: first we isolated gains that have come from increasing the operating frequency, and second what they achieved by adding more cores. This gave us a clear picture of the architectural refinements Intel's achieved while stuck on their 14nm process. Of course, over the years they've also achieved much greater operating frequencies while also expanding the core count. That being the case, we also took a look at how increasing to 6, 8 and even 10 cores has improved gaming performance, though we did ignore the frequency gains as that's been well explored at this point and frequency scaling is more predictable. Ultimately, we found that Intel’s journey on the 14nm process has seen limited improvements from 5th-gen to 10th-gen , amounting to a ~10% jump in gaming performance, when comparing CPUs at the same core count and operating frequency, and that gain includes the transition from DDR3 to DDR4. By far, the biggest performance gains for Intel have come from increasing L3 cache capacity, cranking up the operating… Read full this story
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