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  • MX68284 Core™ i7-8700K Processor, 3.7GHz w/ 12MB Cache
  • MX68284 Core™ i7-8700K Processor, 3.7GHz w/ 12MB Cache

Core™ i7-8700K Processor, 3.7GHz w/ 12MB Cache

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Great performance, runs hot.

11/27/2017 7:19:38 AM
Tyler from Winnipeg writes:
Strengths:
-Fastest single core performance available -Overclocks well -Crushes an i7 3930K / 5930K with ease
Weaknesses:
These are not cool CPU's. People are listing low idle temps like it's a big deal. Even at stock clocks with a decent liquid cooler, expect 65 ~ 70° C under stress. Start throwing more voltage at it while overclocking past 4.6Ghz and even good liquid coolers will jump into the upper 70s ~ 80s. This is caused by Intel using poor TIM rather than soldering the heat spreader. Delliding solves the problem, but voids warranty...
Summary:
It's performance is stellar, but it loses a point for Intel cheaping out with TIM. Get a good cooler. If you want to OC into the 4.8 ~ 5.0Ghz area, get a VERY good cooler.

Fast and Hot

11/26/2017 5:08:56 PM
Chris from Edmonton writes:
Strengths:
Blistering fast
Weaknesses:
Runs HOT - thank Intel for their IHS design with sub-par TIM paste between die and shroud. My friend and I found that some must have worse application than others. At stock clock, I had two cores running 20° C consistently hotter than the rest, my chip would register 95° C when stressed tested, his would hit 80° C consistently across all cores, both running 280mm AIOs. Launch availability, but this doesn't seem to be as much of an issue now
Summary:
Well-worth upgrade from my existing 2600k when gaming on a GTX 1070. It is quite unfortunate that Intel turns some enthusiasts into voiding their warrantiy in order to control temperatures and achieve their overclocking goals.

i7-8700K Processor Heaven

11/15/2017 10:05:32 PM
Grant from Edmonton writes:
Strengths:
Fast running 6 core processor at cool temperatures (25 C with fans on and 30 C with pump only) Use it mainly for photography that has handled the processing with ease.
Weaknesses:
None except maybe availability at launch.
Summary:
Running this processor on a Gigabyte Z370XP SLI motherboard, Plextor NVMe, Kingston HyperX Memory and SSD drives all cooled by a Corsair H100i v2. Have not been more pleased with a systems and it performance.

i7-8700K Processor

11/1/2017 10:07:12 PM
Nathan from Blackfalds writes:
Strengths:
Runs decent temps with Cooler Master Seidon with a push pull silencio fp 120 pwm fans stock clocked getting 24° C.
Weaknesses:
None
Summary:
Great CPU
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