Will Intel finally return to consumers the ability to choose an interim processor adapted for independent speed?
Core i3-7350K. Remember this model name - because it may soon be revealed as the festive return of the overclocking capability to the mainstream market.
If you believe an inventory posted on an online vendor's website called ShopBLT, Intel plans to introduce a dual processor Core New generationKaby Lake The current, which will offer impressive basic work frequencies - plus an upward frequency multiplier that will allow users to bring work speeds even higher on their own and in accordance with the cooling system available to them.
In recent years, with the exception of one specific and specific case, Intel Provides only open multiples for two different models in each of its standard generation products, designed for the medium-high and above market - a processor core i5 quad-core and single processor core i7 quad-core with one HyperThreading technology, at prices of about $ 240 and more and 340 dollars respectively. It was not inexplicably expensive, but parallel also did not suit all consumers. God-core The new i3-7350K, with a base frequency of 4GHz and a maximum turbo frequency from the 4.2GHz box, which may carry a recommended price tag of about $ 180, will be a very interesting solution for the same group of advanced consumers who want to create the cheapest system possible.
At Intel two years ago, they launched the company The unique Pentium G3258 model, Which was a strange bird and included an open frequency product at a price tag of only $ 72, as its estimate for those days when the haste was intended for all price levels. This processor was popularly popular, but ultimately had limited potential for many applications because it was based on two physical cores only and without HyperThreading technology for virtualization. God-core The intended i3-7350K will be significantly expensive, but with a very high frequency physical core pair and also HyperThreading support can enjoy significantly better performance - and also relevant to the graphics and gaming world.
This all sounds promising and intriguing, and now we have only to wait patiently, hoping that the information is accurate and reliable - and also hope that the generation's processorsKaby Lake The new one could offer significant potential for further acceleration, one that would make the K processors a great advantage over their open-ended counterparts, and not just an expensive way to squeeze another 10 percent of the performance from the factory. We will keep track of all the details.