Intel Coffee Lake i7 8700K Review

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Intel Coffee Lake-S Core i7-8700K Review

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Passmark looks more in depth at the capabilities of the system in a manner that is akin to a cross between the SiSoft Sandra approach and 3D Mark. There is no denying that the Z370 and Coffee Lake-S combination is a potent one though.

Intel Coffee Lake-S Core i7-8700K Review  

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Most Recent Comments

05-10-2017, 09:03:41

WYP
Soo... big question here!

Should I be drinking a large cup of tea or is only Coffee permissible when watching the video?Quote

05-10-2017, 11:27:13

AngryGoldfish
What a CPU. Very nice. Should have been here two years ago, but still, very nice.Quote

05-10-2017, 11:30:30

Bartacus
Certainly looks like a nice upgrade for quad core folks. Not for us Ryzen folks though. I'm content to boycott Intel until they regain their senses.Quote

05-10-2017, 11:49:51

Wraith
Still not quite enough to warrant an upgrade for me, I'll stick with my 4c/8t.Quote

05-10-2017, 11:52:59

TheF34RChannel
So it's the end of the day: there are, literally 0 8700K's in the entire country and only a handful of boards (with insane prices). Both that CPU and the Apex have an estimated 10+ days to come into stock. It's abysimal and not a launch, worse than Skylake. Sorry but I'm giving this the finger until things become reasonable and actually available, what a letdown as I had plannend on building it Saturday.

Nice review Tom, thanks!! I have some 3333MHz RAM incoming for an Apex or Hero board (very likely the former) and if I don't use XMP but just set it manually, as I like to do, won't that prevent the SA and VCC to auto rise?Quote
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