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Intel i7 7700K Kaby Lake CPU benchmarks leak

Intel i7 7700K Kaby Lake CPU benchmarks leak

Intel i7 7700k Kaby Lake CPU benchmarks leak

Intel i7 7700k Kaby Lake CPU benchmarks leak

 
Benchmarks for Intel's i7 7700K CPU have been leaked, as well as overclocked results for a Kaby Lake CPU running at 5.0GHz. The new CPU was also shown running DDR4 memory at XMP values of 4133MHz, which is a huge feat for a modern CPU. 
 
These tests were conducted on an MSI Z170A Gaming Pro Carbon motherboard using MSI's latest BIOS update, allowing it to use Intel's i7 7700K CPU. This CPU was also testing using Galaxy's HOF 4133MHz DDR4 memory, allowing this CPU to be tested using some insanely high memory speeds.  
 

  
Intel i7 7700k Kaby Lake CPU benchmarks leak

 

At stock, the i7 7700K was able to achieve a Cinebench score of 913, achieving a score of 1089 points when running at 5.0GHz. The benchmarker also ran tests using the Fritz Chess benchmark and 3DMARK 11 Extreme. 

With these results, we can see that Kaby lake offers similar levels of performance per clock as Skylake, though the high overclock of 5GHz is certainly impressive. At this time we do not know how well the average Kaby Lake CPU will overclock, though they are expected to clock higher than the average Skylake CPU. 

 

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Intel i7 7700k Kaby Lake CPU benchmarks leak

 

With all of these recent leaks, it looks like Intel plans on releasing their Kaby Lake series of CPUS sooner rather than later, with an expected launch in December or early January. As well as Intel's K-series i5 and i7 series CPUs it looks like Intel also plans on releasing a new K-series overclockable i3 series CPU, which will certainly interest those of us who want to overclock on a budget. 

 

You can join the discussion on Intel's i7 7700K CPU on the OC3D Forums

 

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29-11-2016, 06:18:30

Dicehunter
Wow, The Physics score is only 2k off a 5930K Quote

29-11-2016, 07:02:13

Warchild
I thought someone also leaked a post where there was literally 0 gain from kaby over current gen. Or am I getting these leaked documents mixed up?Quote

29-11-2016, 07:05:25

WYP
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Originally Posted by Warchild View Post
I thought someone also leaked a post where there was literally 0 gain from kaby over current gen. Or am I getting these leaked documents mixed up?
Right now it looks like there are no performance improvements per clock, ie a 4GHz Kaby lake will perform almost identically to a 4GHz Skylake.

The change this gen is that Intel have bumped up the clocks, which hopefully means that high overclocks will be more common.Quote

29-11-2016, 07:20:35

Warchild
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Originally Posted by WYP View Post
Right now it looks like there are no performance improvements per clock, ie a 4GHz Kaby lake will perform almost identically to a 4GHz Skylake.

The change this gen is that Intel have bumped up the clocks, which hopefully means that high overclocks will be more common.
Aha then I am not going insane Quote

29-11-2016, 07:37:58

King of Old Old School
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Originally Posted by Warchild View Post
I thought someone also leaked a post where there was literally 0 gain from kaby over current gen. Or am I getting these leaked documents mixed up?
I would still buy this over AMD, even with 0% gain Quote
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