Introduction Intel launched its Z97 platform, its latest, an incremental upgrade to Z87, only a short while ago.A week later, a new CPU hit store shelves, the Intel Core i7-4790.
With eighth-generation Intel Core processors, MacBook Pro reaches new heights in compute performance.It depends on what i5 and what i7, and also what job they are doing.
Today, Intel announced its new 8th-Generation Core Series CPUs, which double the number of CPU cores on mainstream consumer notebooks and promise.This platform offers massive 16-thread performance and quad-channel memory for content creation, gaming and multitasking.The Core i5 family offers quad-cores without Hyper-Threading, and either HD Graphics 530 or 510 GPUs.
These are the high end AMD and Intel CPUs are typically those found in newer computers.
The first chips in the series to arrive in the lab are the 10-core Core i9-7900X and quad-core Core i7-7740X.The quad-core i7-7700K, which sits at the very top of the Kaby Lake lineup, is less interesting.It belongs to the 7th Generation Intel Core CPU family and can be found in many gaming and high-performance notebooks from 2017.
The Core i7-7700K is a quad-core chip with Hyper-Threading, which means it acts as if it were an eight-core processor.These are all quad-core CPUs without Hyperthreading, and they probably represent the best balance of price and performance for high-end users.
For i7-920 charts, comparing multi- and single-threaded performance of this microprocessor with other Core i7 processors and the fastest AMD and Intel x86 chips, please visit Intel Core i7-920 multi-threaded and single-threaded performance pages.
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