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Intel Kaby Lake i7 7700K benchmark leak

Intel Kaby Lake i7 7700K benchmark leak

Intel Kaby Lake i7 7700K benchmark leak

Intel Kaby Lake i7 7700K benchmark leak

 
 
Benchmarks for Intel's upcoming Kaby lake i7 7700K have been leaked, showcasing a base clock speed of 4.2GHz, a 15% increase in single threaded performance and a 19% increase in multi-threaded performance.
 
These new benchmarks leaks come from the GeekBench database, with the benchmarked system using 32GB of system memory and a Gigabyte motherboard. These benchmarks match previous rumours that the Intel i7 7700K will have a base clock of 4.2GHz, which is a 200MHz increase over the base clock speeds of Intel's Skylake 6700K. 
 
 Intel Kaby Lake i7 7700K benchmark leak
 
 
Right now rumours suggest that the Kaby Lake i7 7700K will have base clock speeds of 4.2GHz and boost clock speeds that can be as high as 4.5GHz, making this CPU have clock speeds that match previous generation Intel CPUs when overclocked. 
 
Below are results from other recent Intel CPU in GeekBench, which show that these 7700K easily outperform the i7 6700K, though it is hard to tell if these performance increases are due to the CPUs clock speed advantage or due to changed in Intel's CPU architecture. 
 

  

Intel Kaby Lake i7 7700K benchmark leak  Intel Kaby Lake i7 7700K benchmark leak

 

One thing that needs to be noted is that these results are for a single benchmark test, which on its own only showcases part of the overall picture. Hopefully, we will be seeing more of Intel's Kaby lake architecture soon, as we would love to see more CPUs with increased single-threaded performance hit the market. 
  

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

  

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03-10-2016, 15:36:54

The_Governour
If these rurmors are right then it pretty much render the x99 platform useless for gaming, as even the 6700k was better as of general of the gaming library. Even the 1500€ cpu is not on par with the current 6700k. Imagine the new one with 15% increase...

Yes yes yesssss...... the x99 was not ment for only gaming i know, but all the enthusiasts gets the x99 platform. Even tom builds his bench machine around the x99.Quote

03-10-2016, 15:57:30

NeverBackDown
Doesn't really matter tbh. X99 is still far more than enough for gaming. A 5% improvement to frame rate won't change thatQuote

03-10-2016, 16:53:52

Dicehunter
Meh, I have my 5930K nicely clocked to 4.50GHz, It'll do me until Skylake-E comes out next year Quote

03-10-2016, 17:44:21

Kushiro
Given that people who purchase the X99 platform as well as the unlocked CPUs would likely be overclocking them, I see no reason as to why it would create significant issues.

The gains for gaming are minimal at best if anyone has a decent OC already applied.

Just waiting for those igpus to get a crap load better so I can get a new HTPC. Hopefully Zen delivers that. Not holding out too much hope for the Intel igpu atm. Would need 2-3 years for them to become more competitive.Quote

03-10-2016, 17:47:42

NeverBackDown
Quote:
Originally Posted by Kushiro View Post
Given that people who purchase the X99 platform as well as the unlocked CPUs would likely be overclocking them, I see no reason as to why it would create significant issues.

The gains for gaming are minimal at best if anyone has a decent OC already applied.

Just waiting for those igpus to get a crap load better so I can get a new HTPC. Hopefully Zen delivers that. Not holding out too much hope for the Intel igpu atm. Would need 2-3 years for them to become more competitive.
Exactly. The only CPUs that would need more than an OC to catch is up anything before Ivy Bridge from intel. Anything else is perfectly fine.
I you want better iGPU.. get an APU. They should be releasing BR and AM4 boars soon.Quote
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