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Intel K-Series i3 Kaby Lake CPU has been listed online

Intel K-Series i3 Kaby Lake CPU has been listed online

Intel K-Series i3 Kaby Lake CPU has been listed online

Intel K-Series i3 Kaby Lake CPU has been listed online

 

Intel K-Series i3 Kaby Lake CPU has been listed online, featuring a 4GHz base clock and support for overclocking, making this the first officially overclockable Intel i3 CPU.   
 
This new CPU is called the Intel i3 7350K, which is listed at a price of $177 and will come with two CPU cores with hyperthreading. With a boost clock of 4.2GHz this will be the fastest i3 CPU on the market, making it perfect for most general desktop applications and workloads which require a few strong CPU cores.   
 
 

  

Intel K-Series i3 Kaby Lake CPU has been listed online

 

Intel has not officially confirmed that they will be releasing an overclockable core i3 7350K, but it certainly would be an interesting move from the company. It is likely that this overclockable i3 CPU will be launched in response to AMD's upcoming Zen-based CPUs, solidifying the companies grip on the lower end market.

 

You can join the discussion on Intel's K-series Kaby Lake i3 CPU on the OC3D Forums.

  

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13-11-2016, 09:39:50

AlienALX
$177.

Roflmfao.

I5K money for an I3.Quote

13-11-2016, 12:19:25

NeverBackDown
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Originally Posted by AlienALX View Post
$177.

Roflmfao.

I5K money for an I3.
No that's just a low end i5. I wish the i5k was that cheap!
Absurd pricing though. They are doing this to prepare for a fight against ZenQuote

13-11-2016, 12:37:51

WYP
Quote:
Originally Posted by AlienALX View Post
$177.

Roflmfao.

I5K money for an I3.
Quote:
Originally Posted by NeverBackDown View Post
No that's just a low end i5. I wish the i5k was that cheap!
Absurd pricing though. They are doing this to prepare for a fight against Zen
It is likely that the pricing is wrong, though the UK pricing is likely to be crap with the current value of the pound.Quote

13-11-2016, 13:45:16

AlienALX
Quote:
Originally Posted by NeverBackDown View Post
No that's just a low end i5. I wish the i5k was that cheap!
Absurd pricing though. They are doing this to prepare for a fight against Zen
In the UK the 2500k was £150-£170 at launch. With the exchange rate as it is today that $177 is highly likely to be £170 or more.

It seems they are pee taking as much as they can before Zen hits. IMO only stupid people will buy KL chips. Any one with half a brain knows Zen is coming and knows it will be cheaper (not necessarily cheap, but cheapER).

Last chance saloon for Intel IMO.Quote

13-11-2016, 13:52:23

Thelosouvlakia
If ZEN brings out an overclockable Quad core cpu at that price it is going to be a massive slap to intel's faceQuote
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