Kaby Lake Core i3 7350k performance numbers surface

Intel i3 Kaby Lake 7350K CPU benchmarks have surfaced As we move closer to 2017 the cpu market is heating up. AMD is releasing Zen and Intel is ready to fire back with Kaby Lake. One of the big news about Kaby lake is the introduction of a overclockable i3 cpu. For years Intel i3 buyers wanted this feature , but Intel never delivered. The i3-7350K clocks in at 4.00 GHz, out of the box. It’s also the only Core i3 desktop SKU to feature Turbo Boost, with a frequency…

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Intel’s Next Gen Kaby Lake Chipsets spotted

Intel is not only updating things on the High End Desktop side in 2016 but also bringing forth their latest Kaby Lake desktop processor platform for the mainstream market. Intel’s 7th generation core processors, codenamed Kaby Lake, will be based on the existing 14nm process node with further refinements to the design. Replacing the Skylake generation of processors, Kaby Lake isn’t expected to bring incremental increase to processor performance but will remain compatible with existing platforms while featuring support for next generation 200-series platform. Much like AMD’s upcoming Zen ,…

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Intel Kaby Lake Overclocked results Leaked: 7700k gets overclocked to 6.7GHz

Intel kaby lake release is still months away but that doesn’t stop the rumors and leaks from creeping in. The last rumor however, is the best of the lot so far and it includes overclocked results for the Core i7 7700K and Core i5 7600K. Core i7 7700K overclocked to 6.7GHz under LN2 First one comes courtesy of HKEPC from Hong Kong. The upcoming OCre i7 7700K has been overclocked on 100-series motherboard, with it hitting 6.7GHz thanks to LN2 cooling. The stock 4.2/4.5GHz clocks for base and boost makes the 7700K fastest Kaby…

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Intel Kaby Lake Processor spotted in the wild : Core i5 7600K pictured

Back in August the Intel Kaby Lake lineup info was leaked by Chinese sources. Now with its launch coming near we spotted one convincing picture of the Core i5 7600K in the Wild courtesy the good ol Chinese forums. While people may doubt the authenticity of the picture. But the Chinese forums has provided authentic info so far. Core i5-7600K The Core i5-7600K is a 4 core chip without multi-threading support. This chip has 6MB of L3 cache and 95W TDP. Base clock is 3.8GHz and is capable of boosting to greater than 4GHz.…

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Intel Kaby Lake CPU Lineup Leaked – Lead by Core i7-7700K

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The Intel 7th generation Kaby Lake processor family has been leaked by Chinese sources. This leak confirms the various SKUs of the lineup. The details will be up on IDF’16. The newest Kaby Lake processors builds up from the foundation of Skylake architecture with further added optimizations. We are focusing on the desktop lineup today, though the Kaby Lake processor family will come on multiple platforms. 10 SKUs Detailed Within the Intel Kaby Lake Desktop CPU Lineup In addition to these details, there may be a delay on the CPU’s release.…

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Intel Kaby Lake Processors Arriving Autumn 2016

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Intel is proud to announce the 7th-Generation Core Processors. Codenamed Kaby Lake, these chips will start shipping to consumers later this year. During a Developer Forum keynote, the CEO of Intel, Brian Krzanich confirmed that Kaby Lake chips are in transit to PC partners. There is a strong chance that these chips will appear on the new consumer devices in autumn. The rumors on the release of a new Surface Book 2, powered by Kaby Lake seems truer now thanks to this confirmation. Though this may not be the first device to feature…

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Intel Kaby Lake Processor info leaked : Core i7-7700K, Core i7-7500U and Core M7-7Y75 gets detailed

Specifications of the Intel’s upcoming Kaby Lake processors have hit the internet. Kaby Lake processors will be the 7th generation of the Core processor family and as such we should expect some improvement over the existing Skylake Design. The kabylake, however will not be a significant improvement over the last generation since Intel made it pretty clear last month that they will be changing their development cycle. According to the roadmap released last month Intel said they are leaving the two generation long “Tick-Tock” strategy and will be adopting a new…

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