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Details about series desktop Intel Kaby Lake 18.09.2016 at 18:23

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Author: Alexey Stepin

In the Network appeared some details about the seventh generation of desktop processors from Intel, known to us and to our readers under the code name of Kaby Lake. As already discussed at the event IDF 2016, Kaby Lake will have an optimized architecture, although to create them to be used "building blocks" developed in the framework architecture Skylake. Intel will begin introducing new chips with mobile platforms: the company aims to supply the market during the autumn of 2016, as many Kaby Lake chips in mobile form factors with teplopakety from 4 to 15 watts. But we are now more interested in table-top model, which somewhat delayed and will take place in early 2017.

Eight cores vs four: the battle promises to be exciting

As you know, table Kaby Lake will exist in two versions, one of which is designed for platforms class HEDT, will receive the suffix X to the name and form factor LGA 2066. On this platform it will coexist with Skylake processors. Second, the massive variant, known as Kaby Lake-S will be issued in the case of LGA 1151, and to work together with the chipset "two hundredth" series of Intel. Theoretically, it is possible to work with the chipset "hundredth" series, but there is no guarantee that the motherboard manufacturers will undertake the implementation of such support, and Intel would approve of this approach. In any case, with overclocking, without the suffix, the acted quite harshly, banning the implementation of the respective functions of the Board.

currently Known models Intel Kaby Lake

will Lead a series of Kaby Lake chips as Their suffix, as usual, in the series will be two. The senior model, Core i7-7700K will have four cores, support for Hyper-Threading, 8 MB L3 cache and 95 watt heating package. The CPU frequency of 4.2 GHz in normal mode and reach 4.5 GHz in turbo mode. The second model for ivy bridge), Core i5-7600K, will lose support Hyper-Threading will only get 6 MB of L3 cache, but the heating package will remain the same. Precisely known only base clock, which will amount to 3.8 GHz. In turbo mode it will be able to get above 4 GHz, but how much higher is not yet known. Standard series, KabyLake-S, will include four models: Core i7-7700, Core i5-7600, Core i5-7500 and Core i7-7400.

the memory Support in Intel products

the Multiplier in these CPUs will be blocked. Only one processor, Core i7-7700 will receive support Hyper-Threading, other models will be deprived of it. Base frequency of the older model will reach 3.6 GHz with a 65 watt teplopaket. For the other models, the base frequency is 3.5 GHz (Core i5-7600), 3.4 GHz (Core i5-7500) and 3.0 GHz (Core i5-7400). In addition to the S series will be released and T series, and the suffix from Intel, as you know, means reduced power consumption. The heating package models Kaby Lake-T will not exceed 35 watts, and the series will include an Intel Core i7-7700T (2.9 GHz, 8 MB L3), Core i5-7600T (2.8 GHz), Core i5-7500T (2.7 GHz) and Core i5-7400T (2.4 GHz) All models get Core i5 L3 cache with a volume of 6 MB.

Support non-volatile storage plans Intel

What can we expect from Kaby Lake? With the use of "building blocks" Skylake, meaning the absence of significant changes in the microarchitecture, you can expect the typical 5-10 % increase in overall performance. Enthusiasts will get open multiplier and subtle overclocking BCLK. Unfortunately, Intel doesn't hurry to increase the number of cores on the typical desktop processors, making it the only series HEDT, and even Kaby Lake-X will receive only 4 cores with Hyper Threading. Improvements await us in the integrated chart: Kaby Lake will support output to two monitors at the resolution 5K at 60Hz, and hardware decoding 10-bit video format HEVC. New chipsets 200 series will receive the full support Intel Optane in all its manifestations, including memory modules. With the arrival in 2017, the eight-core AMD Zen, you can expect a very interesting battle, "blue" with "red".


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