Here are the specifications for Intel’s new i9 and i7 (Skylake-X and KabyLake-X) CPUs, to be released in June

It appears that the specifications for Intel’s new Skylake-X and Kabylake-X CPUs have been leaked online. According to the leak, Intel is preparing two CPUs based on the Kabylake-X architecture and four CPUs based on the Skylake-X architecture.

These six new CPUs are: Core i7-7640K, Core i7-7740K, Core i9-7800X, Core i9-7820X, Core i9-7900X and Core i9-7920X.

Intel aims to release all but the most powerful CPU, the Core i9-7920X, next month. On the other hand, the Core i9-7920X is scheduled for an August release.

The Intel Core i7-7640K will feature 4 CPU cores, will not support Hyper Threading, will come with 6MB of L3 cache, 16 PCIe Lanes, will be clocked at 4.0Ghz and will be turbo-boosted at 4.2Ghz.

The Intel  Core i7-7740K will feature 4 CPU cores, will support Hyper Threading, will come with 8MB of L3 cache, 16 PCIe Lanes, will be clocked at 4.3Ghz and will be turbo-boosted at 4.5Ghz.

The Intel Core i9-7800X will  feature 6 CPU cores, will support Hyper Threading, will come with 8.25MB of L3 cache, 28 PCIe Lanes, will be clocked at 3.5Ghz and will be turbo-boosted at 4.0Ghz.

The Intel Core i9-7820X will  feature 8 CPU cores, will support Hyper Threading, will come with 11MB of L3 cache, 28 PCIe Lanes, will be clocked at 3.6Ghz and will be turbo-boosted at 4.5Ghz (via the new Turbo-Clock 3.0 tech that it will support).

The Intel Core i9-7900X will  feature 10 CPU cores, will support Hyper Threading, will come with 13.75MB of L3 cache, 44 PCIe Lanes, will be clocked at 3.3Ghz and will be turbo-boosted at 4.5Ghz (via the new Turbo-Clock 3.0 tech that it will support).

Last but not least, Intel’s most powerful CPU, the Core i9-7920X, will feature 12 CPU cores and will support 24 threads (thanks to Hyper Threading). It will also feature 16.5MB of L3 cache and 44 PCIe Lanes. Unfortunately, its clock frequencies have not been leaked as of yet.

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