Last time in stock: Friday, September 20, 2019
Compatible only with Motherboards based on Intel 300 Series Chipsets
6 Cores/12 Threads
3.70 GHz up to 4.70 GHz Max Turbo Frequency/12 MB Cache
Intel Optane Memory Supported
Intel UHD Graphics 630
|Release Date||October 2017|
|Series||Core i7 8th Gen|
|Core Name||Coffee Lake|
|Integrated Graphics||Intel UHD Graphics 630|
|CPU Clock Rate||3700MHz|
|CPU Turbo Clock Rate||4700MHz|
|CPU Cooler included|
|Manufacturing Process||14 nm|
|Maximum Supported Memory||64GB|
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Supplies are extremely limited around the world, and despite being officially launched, the Core i7-8700K specifically is not likely to be available in India in any meaningful quantities till mid-November. Branded PCs with these CPUs aren't even being announced internationally yet. Because of pricing, the channel might be trying to flush quad-core ...
The Core i7-8700K is an impressive retaliatory blow to AMD’s Ryzen. It comes at an attractive price, on an already well- established platform, and unless AMD can really drop the price points on its Ryzen components, it makes far more sense for everyday upgraders to opt for team blue over team red, at least until Ryzen 2 arrives next year.
Ultimately, if you want the best overall performance and don’t want to invest in a high-end desktop system, the Core i7-8700K is the fastest CPU around, and is supremely lustworthy as a result. However, it doesn’t have everything its own way.