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Possible Intel i7-7700K Benchmarks Leak

Category: CPU's
Posted: 11:16AM

This is definitely something to take as a rumor, but that does not keep it from being interesting. It would seem that benchmarks of Intel's upcoming Cote i7-7700K, based on the company's 7th generation Kaby Lake architecture have leaked. According to the leak, this new CPU has made significant improvements in both single and multi-threaded performance compared to the current i7-6700K processor. The benchmark the data is from is Geekbench 4, and can be viewed here. In single-threaded performance, the 7700K scored 6131, and while scores for the 6700K vary, this puts it at around a 20% improvement for what I am seeing at the same benchmark database. Multi-threaded performance has also increased with the 6700K coming in around 16,000-17,000 points while the 7700K hit 20243, another roughly 20% improvement.

Of course these numbers are just rumors, so we will have to wait and see if they hold true. The i7-7700K CPU is a 4-core processor (8 threads, thanks to Hyperthreading) and for these tests was clocked at 4.2 GHz. It was also combined with a Gigabyte motherboard and 32 GB of RAM. It will be interesting to see how well the i7-7700K and all of the Kaby Lake processors perform, as they are to feature Intel's new 14 nm+ process technology, which is supposed to be an improvement over the company's current 14 nm process.

Source: WCCFtech

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