Intel will launch Kaby Lake desktop processors in January 2017, and ahead of the unveil, details of the Core i5-7600K have leaked. The CPU will succeed the Skylake-based Core i5-6600K, and based on early reviews, we’ll be looking at a 10% increase in performance.
Other details of the Core i5-7600K have also surfaced, with the CPU set to offer four non-hyper-threaded cores. It’ll be built on a 14nm Plus node, with a base clock of 3.8GHz and boost clock of 4.2GHz, along with 6MB of L3 cache and a TDP of 91W.
The review also details a new Intel HD 630 graphics chipset with 24 execution units. Intel will initially target the overclocking community with the Kaby Lake CPUs, and will also offer regular non-K variants of the processors later.
The Core i5-7600K will allegedly retail for $239.