Intel Kaby Lake Core i3-7350K versus non-K Showdown
Time for an update to the Kaby Lake launch article! Even though the multiplier-unlocked K-skew models are fairly priced, still a lot of PC users/builders opt-in for the cheaper variants. Mostly to cut down on the total system price or to maintain a better price/performance balance between the different components. Myself being labeled as a hardcore tweaker/overclocker has a hard time to grasp the previous. The quest for extra performance is never ending, being it for daily usage or for extreme benchmarking. Yet again is all this power required for daily usage? Do gamers need all this processor power or is a cheaper processor also a worthwhile option? Today we will test the Non-K skew Kaby Lake processors series and also compare them to the freshly released Core i3-7350K with the trustworthy MadShrimps test suite.