Tech ARP have an interesting story posted today, it would seem they pried the specs of the upcoming Kaby Lake processors and accompanying Intel 200 chipset. The top chip, the $349 Core i7-7700K will have 4 cores and 8 threads running at 4.2 GHz, with an 8 MB L3 cache and a TDP of 95W while the non-K version will have it core clock dropped to 3.6GHz, TDP dropped to 65W and price lowered to $309. The chipsets will encompass series similar to the previous generations from Intel, including the LGA 1151 Z270, H270, Q270, B250 and Q250 series. There is no information on the socket the server level C422 and high end X299 boards will use in this leak, but we are sure you can extrapolate from existing rumours and innuendo. Follow that link for the entire lineup.
"As AMD gears up to launch the AMD Ryzen desktop processor in early Q1 2017, Intel has finalised the launch plans for their desktop Kaby Lake processors, and the accompanying 200 Series chipsets.
Although Intel has been extremely secretive, we managed to obtain the specifications and launch details of the desktop Kaby Lake processors, and the 200 Series chipsets. Check it out!"
Here is some more Tech News from around the web:
- Ashley Madison is getting off lightly just like its clients @ The Inquirer
- Microsoft quietly emits patch to undo its earlier patch that broke Windows 10 networking @ The Register
- PC vendors trying out Qualcomm/Windows products @ DigiTimes
- Uh-oh! Microsoft has another chatbot – but racism is a no-go for Zo @ The Register
- Delete your account: Yahoo admits to another hack affecting one billion customers @ The Inquirer
- Docker opens up crucial container plumbing code cunningly disguised as 'boring infrastructure' @ The Register
- Malvertising Campaign Infects Your Router Instead of Your Browser @ Slashdot
- Top 7 Videos from ApacheCon and Apache Big Data 2016 @ Linux.com
Good work Jeremy….
Good work Jeremy…. Regurgitating other peoples work as usual and offering no insight
Yup, that’s me alright.
Yup, that's me alright.
Damned if you do, damned if
Damned if you do, damned if you don’t… I appreciate Jeremy’s efforts none the less… 🙂
Don’t listen to that nonsense
Don’t listen to that nonsense man, Pcper is my favorite tech site because you guys do such a great job of staying on top of stories like this which i am interested in.
It doesn’t seem like you guys
It doesn’t seem like you guys have been posting quite as much stuff lately. Maybe I am just checking more often or something. I assume you will have a lot of stories and stuff to work on with CES happening soon. We also have the highly anticipated Zen release. Maybe AMD Vega and maybe updated Polaris parts. I am assuming that we may get an Nvidia 1080 Ti to spoil AMD’s Vega launch also.
Hi Jeremy, I like the links
Hi Jeremy, I like the links to other stories at the bottom of posts, but some of today’s ones don’t go anywhere. 🙂 “https://www.pcper.com/news/General-Tech/URL GOES HERE”
Well, do what it tells you
Well, do what it tells you and put the URL there!!!
I must have missed something I copied over this morning, fixed them now. Thanks for catching that.
Ryzen is coming…
Ryzen is coming…
4.2ghz base at 1.15 IPC over
4.2ghz base at 1.15 IPC over Ryzen
That mean the 4 core Ryzen will need to have a 4.8ghz base clock to compete with the i7-7700k at $350
I want to know about the
I want to know about the integrated graphics.
What is this obsession with
What is this obsession with lakes? -_-
Zen/Vega APU are going to
Zen/Vega APU are going to force Intel to offer it best graphics on some of its lower cost SOC SKU’s! And still at 14nm AMD can get more than 8 Vega GPU Compute Units on any Zen/Vega APUs so just think about 12 to 16 full Vega Compute Units in addition to 4 Zen cores for some very nice laptop APUs. Intel’s costly dog food graphics will not compete with that at AMD’s more affordable pricing metrics!