Intel Core I7-7700K Kaby Lake Benchmarks; Improved Performance
Intel Core I7-7700K Kaby Lake benchmarks have been leaked and numbers suggest that there is a significant performance improvement over the previous generation chips. This leak seems to be accidental if you believe that kind of thing. You can see the Kaby Lake benchmarks here but keep in mind that these Kaby Lake Benchmarks are indeed leaked and there is no way of knowing for sure if these will reflect the final product performance or not.
According to the leaks we see here, the Kaby Lake benchmarks show that the chip was able to achieve a single-core performance score of 6,139 and a multi-core performance score of 20271 which is pretty impressive to say the very least. The configuration in question here is an Intel Core i7-7700K 4C/8T processor housed in a Gigabyte Z270XP-SLI-CF motherboard the processor was running at 4.2GHz along with 32GB of RAM.
If you ask me it seems that the 4.2GHz that the processor was pushing was the base clock and that the processor would have more room in it for OC or turbo, so to speak. Intel Core I7-7700K Kaby Lake benchmarks that the upcoming processor is in fact 15% better in terms of single threaded workloads and 19% better in terms of multiple threaded workloads as compared to the I7-6700K.
Depending upon what you are going to do with your system this might not be a significant upgrade. If you own I7-6700K chances are that you are a content creator and use your system as a workstation. For people that do so, I know that this performance improvement is significant and this will save you content creators precious time in the process.
These Intel Core I7-7700K Kaby Lake benchmarks say everything on their own. What do you think about this leak? Will you be upgrading your system in favor of these new chips?