Intel has launched its new family of 8th-generation Intel core mainstream desktop chip will be available for purchase beginning in October 2017. The new desktop processor family built for gamers, content creators and overclockers who require premium performance. It will be a fascinating final CPU battle of 2017 – a fight that started in March with the launch of AMD’s Ryzen CPUs and more recently saw Intel reclaim the ultimate performance crown with the Core i9-7980XE and its 18 cores and $2,000 price tag.
The coolest Intel 8th-Generation Processor Laptops:
Better Gaming With 8th-Generation Intel Core Processor:
Powerful and Play Games On Better FPS
Intel Core i7-8700K is best gaming processor not ever because the company try to make it moreful. Up to 195 fps on gear of war 4. The chip is twice as fast at handling gaming, streaming, and record simultaneously as a three-year-old machine, according to Intel. The fps of 8th-Generation is 25 percent its 7-Generation Processor.
Intel Core Desktop Processor:
Intel Core i7-8700k processor, PL1=95W TDP, 6C12T Turbo up to 4.7GHz, Graphics: NVIDIA GTX 1080Ti Graphic Driver: 384.94, Memory: 2*8GB, Storage: Intel SSD 545 series 240GB OS: Window 10RS2, Game Setting: High.
Intel Core i7-7700k processor, PL1=91W TDP, 4C8T Turbo up to 4.5GHz, Graphics: NVIDIA GTX 1080Ti Graphic Driver: 384.94, Memory: 2*8GB, Storage: Intel SSD 545 series 240GB OS: Window 10RS2.
i7-8700K - Intel’s Best Gaming Desktop Processor1 with up to 25% more FPS2 and up to 45% better3 mega-tasking vs. 7th Generation
Up to 32% faster4 4K video editing vs. 7th Gen
First 6-core Intel® Core™ i5 and first 4-core Intel® Core™ i3
Available beginning October 5th 2017; OEM systems Q4’17