Before its official launch a Core i5-7600K processor (non-ES) made its way to Chinese tech site PCOnline, who took no time putting it through a bunch of tests. This was made possible by many motherboard manufacturers releasing CPU support BIOS's for their LGA1151 boards. The Core i5-7600K is based on the 14 nm "Kaby Lake" silicon and will effectively replace the current i5-6600K. The chip feature a quad-core design with a core clock of 3.80 GHz and a boost clock up to 4.20 GHz and 6MB of cache.
- CES 2018