Intel announce three new Kaby Lake i3 processors

Will these new models help Intel compete with Ryzen 3?

Intel announce three new Kaby Lake i3 processors

Intel announces three new Kaby Lake i3 processors

 
Intel has revealed the existence of four new Kaby Lake i3 processors, coming with their new S-0 stepping. These new processors introduce new 35W i3 CPUs to their lineup as well as higher clocked variants for their 73xx and 71xx lines.  
 
All of these i3 CPUs will continue to feature two cores and four threads, though unlike i5 and i7 series CPUs all of these new models lack boost/turbo clock speeds. We can also see that Intel's i3 71xx series CPUs will also have less L3 Cache than their 73xx counterparts.  

  

Intel announce three new Kaby Lake i3 processors

 

At this time, Intel has not announced official pricing for these new SKUs, though they are expected to be available within the next few weeks. 

  

You can join the discussion on Intel's new i3 series Kaby Lake CPUs on the OC3D Forums

 

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15-07-2017, 08:15:37

wozza365
Why would I buy these over a Ryzen 3? I can't see any advantages..Quote

15-07-2017, 08:28:21

AlienALX
Intel trying to clock their way to victory, whilst still selling dual core CPUs.Quote

15-07-2017, 09:09:43

Chrazey
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Originally Posted by wozza365 View Post
Why would I buy these over a Ryzen 3? I can't see any advantages..
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Originally Posted by AlienALX View Post
Intel trying to clock their way to victory, whilst still selling dual core CPUs.
Yeah, I'm so having the same thoughts as you guys...Quote

15-07-2017, 09:28:21

g0ggles1994
I wonder if these CPUs will appear on the market before Ryzen 3.... Quote

17-07-2017, 06:03:57

Wraith
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Originally Posted by wozza365 View Post
Why would I buy these over a Ryzen 3? I can't see any advantages..
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Originally Posted by AlienALX View Post
Intel trying to clock their way to victory, whilst still selling dual core CPUs.
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Originally Posted by Chrazey View Post
Yeah, I'm so having the same thoughts as you guys...
Just because you don't see sense and reason, doesn't mean they aren't relevant and they do have a real place in the market.. it's not just about i5s & i7s. Dual cores make up a large portion of Intels profits, PCWorld, Dell, PCSpecialist, Overclockers, ect ect ect all sell machines sporting dual cores.Quote
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