Intel Skylake i5 6600K & i7 6700K 1151 Z170 Review

Power Draw and Z170-A Specifications

Intel Skylake i5-6600K and i7-6700K Review

Power Draw

The Intel HD530 graphics seem to be more demanding than the Iris 620, despite the underlying CPU being more energy efficient. Realistically though all of the new generation of Intel CPUs are extremely careful about their power requirements. Remember these figures in this graph are for the entire system. Not just the CPU. Everything, under load.

Intel Skylake i5-6600K and i7-6700K Review 

Z170-A Specifications

It would be easy to say that we're being lazy by sharing the ASUS changelist, but we know that some of you are really interested in the finer details of the changes between the Z97 and the Z170 chipsets, and some of you are only after the headline figures. This neatly delivers both options as ASUS have handily highlighted the new parts for those with an interest, and could focus upon putting the new CPUs through their paces rather than create massive tables.

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05-08-2015, 07:56:46

Dicehunter
4 minutes before NDA, This thread should be deleted !!! Quote

05-08-2015, 07:59:04

tinytomlogan
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Originally Posted by Dicehunter View Post
4 minutes before NDA, This thread should be deleted !!!
Forum thread has to go up before I can put the front page live Quote

05-08-2015, 08:00:34

Mustang
Woot, watching now, thanks TTL!Quote

05-08-2015, 08:09:10

MrKambo
dat BCLK yo!

Safe to say it has exceeded my expectations, i wasn't expecting much to be honest.

I very very very interested to see how the pro's do with overclockingQuote

05-08-2015, 08:40:04

Dicehunter
Will be interesting to see how much the CPU actually makes a difference in gaming with a dedicated GPU Quote
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