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Intel Core i7-7700K 4.2 GHz QuadCore 8MB Cache Processor

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  • Core i7-7700K, Speed: 4.2 GHz, QuadCore, 8 Mb Cache
  • NEW 4K Ultra HD support: Provides stunning display resolutions,8 now up to 4096 x 2304 pixels, and supports performance across three independent displays with audio.
  • Intel Advanced Vector Extensions 2 (Intel AVX2): Provides optimized instructions to deliver enhanced performance on floating point-intensive
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BrandIntel
Item Weight86 g
Product Dimensions24.2 x 12.7 x 12.4 cm
Item model numberBX80677I77700K
Processor SocketLGA 1151
Processor Count4
Computer Memory TypeDDR SDRAM
Hard Drive InterfaceSerial ATA
Wattage91
  
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ASINB01MXSI216
Best Sellers Rank 126 in Computers (See top 100)
Shipping Weight91 g
Date First Available27 Dec. 2016
  
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Intel is proud to announce its 7th generation Intel Core processor family. Manufactured on the latest 14 nm technology, these processors offer rich visual experiences with the latest 4K Ultra HD graphics improvements, amazing CPU performance, and great power efficiency, with the same range of power options and latest advanced features to boost edge-to-cloud Internet of Things (IoT) designs. The 7th generation Intel Core processor family also maintains a standardized thermal envelope for 65W and 35W desktop products, remaining consistent with the previous processor generation, and is an ideal low-power option for manufacturing flexibility.

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Another client build came up and initially they requested the 6700k Skylake CPU with the ASUS Maximus Formula. Of course with Kabylake and z270 coming out and surprisingly for not much more made most sense to grab that and also allow me hands on experience to tinker with the CPU.

Simply put, this refinement of Skylake is that CPU plus some. The out the box speeds are great, but armed with a solid cooler the overclocking potential is pretty amazing. On the lovely Maximus 9 Formula by Asus we had no issues dialling in 5.0 Ghz stable and for most tasks aside from heavy synthetics, 5.1 Ghz.

Temperature wise the base temps are reasonable, but once you start overclocking it does get warm. At idle using a NZXT X62 and Auto voltages, we were maxing out around low 60’s during a stress test. Overclocked however it does get hot, but depends on what voltages you need. For 5.0 GHz our CPU needed 1.31v which was kicking some temps during testing into the high 70’s with peaks into mid 80s which is warm.

For gaming, this CPU is pretty much the best you can get, though I suspect you will be pairing this with a solid monitor and GPU and usually the GPU will be the bottleneck. Anyways with a GTX 1080 Strix (yes we went ASUS mental on this build :/) on a the ASUS PG348Q the GPU was often the bottleneck and the CPU, but below were some frames with most settings maxed with MSAA notched down

Far Cry Primal - 73 fps
Tomb Raider - 104 fps
GTA 5 - 85 fps
Witcher 3 - 63 (though hairworks kills frames to be fair)

In all impressive numbers and although the GPU is bearing the brunt of the effort, still Kabylake did its part and well at that. Even in some other CPU heavy tests such as Ashs’s Of The Singularity CPU heavy test it performed respectively.
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easy 5 Ghz with nearly default voltage , worth give couple bit more money vs. old 6700K ( i have been unlucky tho with 4,6 Ghz max oc) .
From a point of view overclocker.. is good cpu, but honestly if you have 6700K = dont change it ,,,
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From what Ive seen so far.

Beast of a gaming CPU and that's all I use this rig for.

I don't stream or do any 4k (or otherwise) rendering with it. I have an X99 rig for that if needed but that's being used by the other half at the mo.

Temps run hotter than I'm use too with the X99 5820k. The H80 V2 was what I used with the 5820k and then for a short while with the 7700k. I've bought a Kraken x62 which is a cracking bit of kit and keeps the temps around 49-54c on load @ 4.5GHz in ghost recon wildlands. I'll be overclocking it up to 5ghz when I get a bit of free time.

Paired the 7700k with an Asus Apex using Trident Z memory.

To be honest the FPS is better slightly at the highs but the minimums are way better and stable for the games I use.

I hope this helps someone!
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This was a massive step-up from the i5-6400 that I previously had in my setup.

Running at stock speeds and mated with a Corsair H60i AIO, idle temps are at 30C with an ambient of 26C and under heavy load, temps do not exceed 72C.

As for the results, I got an fps INCREASE of about 30fps in games and about 20fps in flight sims

For those interested in purchasing this solely for Prepar3d, I can tell you that, with adequate supporting hardware, you will not be disappointed. With high settings, the PMDG 777, AS16 and REX soft clouds installed and flying into/out of Flytampa's Dubai, I easily get 30fps. It may not seem like much but those familiar with the sim would appreciate how good that is.

One of the best purchases I've ever made.
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Used the 7700k in my first PC build. It was delivered to my house very quickly.
My current pc specs:
MSI Z270 Gaming Pro Carbon
Noctua NH-U14s
EVGA 750w
Corsair 16Gb 3000Mhz
Sandisk Ultra II 480GB
WB Blue 1TB

I clocked it to 5.1Ghz at 1.35v but I have settled on 5.0Ghz at 1.3v. The Noctua cooler keeps the temps at ~27c idle and max of 80c under heavy stress testing.

I'm very happy with these results, its for sure a solid processor and it totally destroys my Ivy bridge i7. I'll be looking forward to pairing it with a decent GPU soon. (the intergrated graphics are roughly on par my amd radeon 7730m 2gb gpu which is quite old)
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works perfectly with my build and is an absolute beast of a cpu !!!
NO MORE LAG SPIKES IN GAMES!
i7700k
gtx1070
16GB Crucial Ballistix Sport LT
z270 asus prime a
samsung ssd 850 evo
CS850M PSU
I 100% recommend this CPU
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I have waited for many years to upgrade and after waiting for the Ryzen release just to see if I was going to be missing out, after that I pulled the trigger and got a 7700K. Overclocking was easy, hit 5GHz with absolutely no issues. So providing you have a mid-range or better motherboard this should be no issue at all. Temperatures are reasonable, hitting 75 maximum when gaming, which is acceptable.

Is this future proof? Maybe, but we don't really know how long but it WILL play games for the next few years and it will destroy any game out right now, with ease. A very good upgrade if you're coming from tech years ago.
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