The arrival of 2020 means that the second decade of the 21st century is over, and humanity is entering its third decade, a time of nostalgia. In terms of THE CPU, how much is the processor now different from the processor 10 years ago? Players on Reddit have sent an interesting picture of the core i7-2600K, which began a decade ago and is still using the Core i7-2600K.
The Core i7-2600K is the flagship of the 32nm craft Sandy Biridge processor, released in Q1 2011, less than 10 years, but this processor is arguably Intel’s most classic model in recent years, and the air-cooled 5G is its most iconic legend. Because the next 22nm processor starts, the overclocking is kind of shit
Without overclocking, Core i7-2600K’s 4-core 8 thread, 3.4GHz base frequency, 3.8GHz acceleration frequency is still available to use, playing games is not bad, far more than to the point of elimination.
Reddit players send this picture for the intention that everyone also understands, on the one hand we have to admit that 10 years of desktop CPU changes are very big, but on the other hand, if we look at the single-core, IPC and other focus, players also know that the development of so many generation solder processors, in fact, these core indicators change not much.
As for the performance of the Core i7-2600K, domestic and foreign websites in the past two years have actually done a lot of comparison core i7-2600K and Core i9-9900K performance, especially game performance, GameNexus previously tested the results as shown above, The average frame of the Core i7-2600K in The Island 5 is about 82fps, and the Core i9-9900K can reach 156, almost twice as much as the former, but its core number and frequency are much higher, so the changes over the past decade are really unpleasant.
Home has Core i7-2600K processor players, no multi-tasking just need, it is estimated to be another three or five years.