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Old 9th June 2016, 09:28   #1
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Intel is gearing up to launch its third generation 14nm processor codenamed Kaby Lake which is a minor update to the Skylake generation.

This quad-core with eight threads is a high-end processor will bring a few small changes. It will be faster within the same TDP but Intel is not talking about the actual clocks. The fastest Skylake is the Intel Core i7-6700K and it has a 4.0GHz base clock and 4.2Ghz on turbo.
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