Intel Core i7 4770HQ vs Intel Core i5 6267U

Discussion in 'MacBook Pro' started by dsnio, Dec 12, 2016.

  1. dsnio macrumors newbie

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    Hi everyone, I'm new to the community.



    I'm willing to purchase a Macbook Pro. I have sorted out two options below considering the budget,



    Option 1:

    Macbook Pro 2015 - 15 inch

    2.2GHz Quad Core Core i7(4770HQ) Turbo Boost up to 3.4GHz

    16GB 1600MHz memory

    Iris Pro Graphics 5200



    Option 2:

    Macbook Pro 2016 TouchBar- 13 inch

    2.9GHz dual-core Intel Core i5 processor(6267U) Turbo Boost up to 3.3GHz

    16GB 2133MHz memory

    Iris 550 Graphics



    Made my decision to go for Option 1 but almost for the same price range I see thatOption 2 also available. However I don't like to go for a smaller 13-inch screen.



    Considering I will be using this machine for at least 4 years from now I just want to know whether by preferring the Option 1 am I going for an old machine as the hardware is from 2013. My work involves video editing, After effects, Photoshop, Heavy Web Browsing and I don't do much gaming if that matters.



    Thanks
     
  2. Wowereit macrumors 6502a

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    CPU architecture didn't improve much during the last years.
    The newer dual core has about 60% of the multicore performance of the older quad core.
    Photo and video editing are both scaling well with multiple cores so it's basically directly translating into real world performance.
     
  3. Michael Scrip macrumors 601

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    Option 1 for sure... especially for video editing and other CPU-intensive stuff.

    PassMark benchmarks the processors as follows:

    i7-4770HQ - 8918
    i5-6267U - 4918

    The quad-core i7 is the clear winner!
     
  4. blairian89 macrumors regular

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    #5
    It all depends on what you are wanting to do with your new computer.

    The quad-core will always beat the dual-core (within reason) for processing power.

    I prefer the larger screen and the greater amount of power that a quad-core provides and it would be my choice 99/100 times.
     

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