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Intel Kaby Lake CPUs have been pictured

Intel Kaby Lake CPUs have been pictured

Intel Kaby Lake CPUs have been pictured

Intel Kaby Lake CPUs have been pictured

 
Intel's upcoming Kaby Lake CPUs have been pictured, showcasing a new IHS design, enhanced clock speeds and surprisingly low TDPs. 
 
Kaby Lake will be the first CPU to be part of Intel's new Process-Architecture-Optimization development model, enhancing Intel's existing Skylake architecture with new features and their new 14nm FinFET Plus manufacturing node.  This will allow Intel to create CPUs that offer higher clock speeds and higher levels of power/thermal efficiency, while still using their 14nm manufacturing process. 

  

Intel Kaby Lake CPUs have been pictured  

Below are screenshots of Intel's i5 7600K and i3 7300, with the i3 featuring a base clock speed of 4.0GHz and the i5 models having a turbo clock speeds of 4.2GHz. This is higher than Intel's Skylake series CPUs, giving Kaby Lake higher single threaded performance than Skylake.  

At this time we do not know how well Kaby Lake will overclock, as these higher clock speeds do not necessarily mean that they will offer higher overclocks. 


Intel Kaby Lake CPUs have been pictured  Intel Kaby Lake CPUs have been pictured
  

Below are the leaked CPU specification for Intel's upcoming Kaby lake series of CPUs, all of which will be compatible with Intel's Existing LGA 1151 motherboards. 

   

CPUCores/ThreadsCore ClockL3 CacheTDPSocket
Core i7-7700K4/84.2 GHz8 MB91WLGA1151
Core i7-77004/83.6 GHz8 MB65WLGA1151
Core i7-7700T4/82.9 GHz8 MB35WLGA1151
Core i5-7600K4/43.8 GHz6 MB91WLGA1151
Core i5-76004/43.5 GHz6 MB65WLGA1151
Core i5-7600T4/42.8 GHz6 MB35WLGA1151
Core i5-75004/43.4 GHz6 MB65WLGA1151
Core i5-7500T4/42.7 GHz6 MB35WLGA1151
Core i5-74004/43.0 GHz6 MB65WLGA1151
Core i5-7400T4/42.4 GHz6 MB35WLGA1151
Core i3-73002/44.0 GHz4 MB51WLGA1151
Core i3-7310T2/43.4 GHz3 MB35WLGA1151
Pentium G46202/43.8 GHz3 MB51WLGA1151

 

You can join the discussion on Intel's Kaby lake series CPUs on the OC3D Forums

 

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17-10-2016, 07:57:43

You_What?
Sorry, I presume these parts won't be available till later in the new year? 2H?Quote

17-10-2016, 08:00:47

WYP
Quote:
Originally Posted by You_What? View Post
Sorry, I presume these parts won't be available till later in the new year? 2H?
No idea personally, a lot of board manufacturers are adding BIOS support for them ATM though.Quote

17-10-2016, 11:47:38

Kilbane
If rumours are true, expect Kaby lake next month. But as usual, we will wait and see.Quote

17-10-2016, 12:52:20

golemka
The real question is, will Kaby Lake be compatible with Win7?Quote

17-10-2016, 13:29:26

NeverBackDown
No it won't. IF MS stands by to what it said, then no. If they retract, then yes.Quote
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