Intel Core i7-8700K and i5-8600K review leaked

Published: 26th Sep 2017, 18:32 GMT   Comments

First, we had an 8700K test published by Expreview, today I shared with you official benchmark results from Intel, and just minutes later another Chinese website (PCOnline) published *almost* a full review of two Coffelake-S processors.

I won’t comment on the results, but I provided a rough translation for your convenience. The review does not have overclocking results.

Intel Core i7-8700K and i5-8600K Review

First the photos of the 8700K and 7700K.

CPU-Z / Cinebench R15

Fire Strike Extreme (CPU) / Fritz Chess Benchmark

Photoshop / POV-Ray Benchmark

WinRAR / wPrime 2.10

FHD X264 / Adobe Premiere H.264

Rise of the Tomb Raider (4K)/ Ghost Recon Wildlands (4K)

The Division (4K) / Ashes of the Singularity (4K)

ArcTime Pro 4K / Temperature (C)

The I7-8700K seems to be more than 10C hotter than 7700K.

Power Consumption (W)

I’m slightly confused by the translation but it goes like this: CPU heavy load, CPU load when gaming, and CPU idle power consumption.

Source: PCOnline




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