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Prices Leaked for Intel Skylake-S Complete Lineup

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With Intel officially launching Skylake-S tomorrow, it comes as no surprise that price leaks for the upcoming products are being posted online. Benchlife.info, a source that has been highly accurate in the past when it comes to rumored specifications and price details, has posted a table that shows the alleged prices of various SKUs in the Skylake lineup. From the data, it looks the Skylake-S lineup offers some serious value, as the Skylake “K Series” i7 is $64 less than the Broadwell flagship and $26 cheaper than the Haswell flagship. Additionally, the Core i5 6600K is a whopping $52 cheaper than the Broadwell Core i5-5775C, which happened to retail for $277, and $14 cheaper than the Haswell Core i5, which was selling for $239 upon release.

No matter the track record of Benchlife.info, the following prices are simply rumors at this point, but with Intel launching the Skylake-S chips tomorrow, consumers will soon find out if the following data happens to be correct.

  Base Clock Turbo Clock Cache Cores/Threads Price (USD)
LGA 1151 (95W)          
Intel Core i7-6700K 4.0 4.2 8MB 4/8 316
Intel Core i5-6600K 3.0 3.9 6MB 4/4 225
LGA 1151 (65W)          
Intel Core i7-6700 3.4 4.0 8MB 4/8 282
Intel Core i5-6600 3.3 3.9 6MB 4/4 199
Intel Core i5-6500 3.2 3.6 6MB 4/4 179
Intel Core i5-6400 2.7 3.3 6MB 4/4 170
LGA 1151 (35W)          
Intel Core i7-6700T 2.8 3.6 8MB 4/8 282
Intel Core i5-6600T 2.7 3.5 6MB 4/4 199
Intel Core i5-6500T 2.5 3.1 6MB 4/4 179
Intel Core i5-6400T 2.2 2.8 6MB 4/4 170

Source: WCCFtech



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WarWeeny on August 04, 2015 12:38
why is the baseclock of that i5-6600K so low lol.
get_saif on August 04, 2015 12:40

These will not include Stock cooling solutions. Just the processor with basic reads..

ccokeman on August 05, 2015 01:05

I sure hope thats right! 

road-runner on August 05, 2015 02:42

What no 8/16,10/20, thread cpus? or 12/24?

bp9801 on August 05, 2015 03:37

What no 8/16,10/20, thread cpus? or 12/24?

 

Not initially, same as all previous processor launches. The Skylake-Es aren't scheduled to arrive until this time next year, as the Haswell-Es will be ridden out a while longer.

potatochobit on August 05, 2015 03:57

is the performance worth considering an upgrade?

i5 performance has been a flat plateau for quite sometime now


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