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    Default Intel Kaby Lake Processor 7th Gen will work With 100-Series Chipset

    Listings over at Geekbench database show several Kaby Lake desktop chips operating on an ASUS Z170-K motherboard. These chips include the Core i5-7400, Core i5-7500 and Core i5-7600K.

    The motherboard is based on the 100-series chipset which gives us a hint that early samples are already compatible with existing motherboards. It’s up to Intel and their board partners to decide whether they would retain this compatibility down the road when Kaby Lake launches or limit it to the new 200-series boards. As of now, I have a feeling that 100-series and 200-series would allow compatibility with Kaby Lake chips but 200-series motherboards will have better I/O capabilities such as Optane SSD support.
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    Intel Kaby Lake Desktop Lineup:



    ***MSI Announces BIOS Updates for "Kaby Lake" 7th Gen. Core Processors[techpowerup]

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    Is it me or Kaby Lake is just a reiteration just for change in lithography from the Skylake models

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trave160 View Post
    Is it me or Kaby Lake is just a reiteration just for change in lithography from the Skylake models
    only .2GHz increase for each unit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iskander View Post
    only .2GHz increase for each unit.
    So what? how much can it go when you overclock it anyway to the max?

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    Intel Core i7-7700k shows 40% Gain in Single Threaded Performance and 20% Gain in Multi Threaded Performance Over Intel Core i7-6700k. (source: geekbench)

    Now I'm losing hope on Zen. Can they come back!!!

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    ^ Wow that is insane!

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    Omg...that makes me more excited for Coffee Lake, Intel 6-cores FTW!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iskander View Post
    Intel Core i7-7700k shows 40% Gain in Single Threaded Performance and 20% Gain in Multi Threaded Performance Over Intel Core i7-6700k. (source: geekbench)

    Now I'm losing hope on Zen. Can they come back!!!
    Geekbench scores are random, I found two results using Gigabyte boards. They probably used extreme chipset boards for the CPUs to get that score. So I don't think it's fully valid

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    http://wccftech.com/intel-kaby-lake-...0k-price-leak/

    Prices have leaked fast, they're kind of the same. Also 91W for 10nm chips ? This is some new level of fail, same thing all over again

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    Non-K is 65W and the K series has much higher clocks. Also, who cares? It's desktop lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aayman View Post
    Non-K is 65W and the K series has much higher clocks. Also, who cares? It's desktop lol.
    Weren't the earlier K 70W?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trave160 View Post
    Weren't the earlier K 70W?
    Same.

    http://ark.intel.com/products/88195/...up-to-4_20-GHz

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    Quote Originally Posted by aayman View Post
    http://ark.intel.com/products/80807/...up-to-4_40-GHz

    Well not that different from Haswell, besides isn't smaller Lithography supposed to decrease power margin?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trave160 View Post
    http://ark.intel.com/products/80807/...up-to-4_40-GHz

    Well not that different from Haswell, besides isn't smaller Lithography supposed to decrease power margin?

    Kabylake is 14nm not 10.. So yeah same size, same power consumption

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    Still stucked on 4.0GHz range eh?

    When will we 8.0GHz guys?

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    Quote Originally Posted by UzumakiShinji View Post
    Kabylake is 14nm not 10.. So yeah same size, same power consumption
    Yuck, Intel is getting really sloppy

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    1. 14nm or 10nm doesn't mean true lithography shrink. Some parts are 14/28nm while some are 10nm.

    2. We're past the stage where TDP = power consumption. More TDP is better for K chips cause it means the chips can withstand more heat.

    - - - Updated - - -

    3. There's a 4 Ghz limit of semiconductors iirc. I think it said that chip is not efficient after it crosses 4.0 Ghz or sth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sybaris Caesar View Post
    2. We're past the stage where TDP = power consumption. More TDP is better for K chips cause it means the chips can withstand more heat.
    I think you should check the definition of TDP once more.

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    Intel 7th Generation will start selling on 5th January 2017 @ BINARYLOGICBD
    Already in Binary warehouse.
    Last edited by Iskander; December 30th, 2016 at 22:57.

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