Desktop Kaby Lake Processors Sent Out To Testers; i5-7600K, 7500T
Intel has already demonstrated the Kaby Lake processors that are based on the 14nm process. The seventh-generation processors are available in their low power, U variants but we have yet to see desktop Kaby Lake processors hit the shelves. We recently talked about the Gigabyte Brix Mini PCs that now comes with Kaby Lake processor. It is safe to assume that the desktop Kaby Lake processors are not far from release at this point.
Here we have some interesting screenshot concerning the desktop Kaby Lake processors. The specific desktop Kaby Lake processors in question here are the Core i5-7600K, Core 5-7500T, Core i3-7300 as well as the Pentium G4620.
I think the most interesting of the lot is the quad-core Core i5-7500T which has a TDP of 35 Watts. The clock speed of this desktop Kaby Lake processor is 2.7 GHz.
It also comes with 6 MB of L3 cache. Another interesting member of the desktop Kaby Lake processors is the i3-7300, this is a pretty fast core i3 processor which runs at 4 GHz. This is something to look out for in the future.
The Pentium G4620 is the cheapest of the desktop Kaby Lake processors. The dual-core CPU runs at 3.8 GHz. Unfortunately, that has been no word about the price of the processor. From the specifications and the low power draw you can see why the desktop Kaby Lake processors are highly anticipated.
Seeing how the processors are already going out to testers it seems that we will see these CPUs hitting the market soon. What do you think about these Kaby Lake processors? Are they worth the upgrade?