Monday, September 19th 2011

Intel Slip Up Discloses Core i7-2700K

A slip-up by Intel revealed its next high-performance socket LGA1155 processor, the Core i7-2700K. The box part product code of the new chip was disclosed in the latest material deceleration datasheet (MDS) document, as BX80623I72700K, carrying the spec code SR0DG. From the given product code, one can deduce the SKU as Core i7-2700K. No other specifications were given out, but given that Core i5 2000 and Core i7 2000 quad-core models are spaced out in steps of 100 MHz, one can only guess that the i7-2700K carries a clock speed of 3.50 GHz, with 3.90 GHz Turbo Boost. In all likelihood, the release of this new chip could be timed to coincide with AMD FX 8150, displacing the Core i7-2600K from its existing price-point, and making the 2600K compete with the FX-8150 at a more competitive price.


Source: CPU World
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27 Comments on Intel Slip Up Discloses Core i7-2700K

#1
arterius2
slip up my bum.. just another PR stunt.

getting a lot of it thesedays
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#2
Yellow&Nerdy?
So is Bulldozer delayed until October or not? I'm confused.
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#3
arterius2
by: Yellow&Nerdy?
So is Bulldozer delayed until October or not? I'm confused.
yes, mid october, "supposedly"
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#4
btarunr
Editor & Senior Moderator
by: Yellow&Nerdy?
So is Bulldozer delayed until October or not? I'm confused.
Second week of October.
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#5
entropy13
by: arterius2
slip up my bum.. just another PR stunt.

getting a lot of it thesedays
It's a slip-up because Bulldozer got delayed. If it wasn't delayed, meaning it would be here already, then the i7-2700K would be "announced officially" in this article instead. :p
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#6
ensabrenoir
Its all a chess game. Before amd can release their Not secret weapon of chip domination of sevral years late that will tick everybody off, intel just just punks them. And we just wait hope dream and save up:shadedshu. Man even news not about bd still links back to bd. Gonna try...No more bd talki until I can touch.
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#7
DigitalUK
very interesting if intel feel they need to release another i7 @ 3.5ghz to compete against BD FX. maybe they know something we dont.
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#8
Rowsol
Who cares about stock speeds on an unlocked processor?
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#9
DigitalUK
because most people will never overclock there cpu's they simply buy on the i5, i7 brand and clock speed. obviously to people here stock speeds mean pretty much nothing.
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#10
TheMailMan78
Big Member
by: btarunr
Second week of October.
Sauce?

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#11
trickson
OH, I have such a headache
Sounds like good news ! All this BD talk aside a 2700K chip is going to be out soon ! Another chip to look forward to before Ivy bridge . And it is going to be priced to compete with BD ! Intel is on top of there game ! watch out !

by: DigitalUK
very interesting if intel feel they need to release another i7 @ 3.5ghz to compete against BD FX. maybe they know something we don't.
I do not think Intel feels the need to do this just they can . Maybe it will take some thunder away from AMD ( Though I have yet to see any thunder from AMD ) . I personally think this is just a stepping stone for Ivy Bridge and that Intel wants to get the most out of the 2d transistors before making the full on switch to the new 3d transistors , Maybe?
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#12
NC37
It could be a reveal that Intel might know more on BD's performance and decides to strike first. Or it could be just a thunder stunt to rattle cages. I wouldn't be surprised if they planned for this way ahead just in case BD performance did real well. Always have an ace up the sleeve.
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#13
naoan
Would this be enough against Bulldozer?

It would be interesting if BD IS the chip that turn things around, oh yeah, keep dreaming, me.
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#14
trickson
OH, I have such a headache
Oh look at the AMD fanboys thread crapping about Intel's plans to launch a new chip in the core i7 family ! Oh the HUMANITY !
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#15
btarunr
Editor & Senior Moderator
by: TheMailMan78
Sauce?
Well placed sauce bottles.



by: trickson
Oh look at the AMD fanboys thread crapping about Intel's plans to launch a new chip in the core i7 family ! Oh the HUMANITY !
Isn't it possible that some of them are eager to know that date so they know when they can buy an i7-2700K?
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#16
erocker
All hail semiconductor manufacturing corporation! :respect:
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#17
trickson
OH, I have such a headache
by: erocker
All hail semiconductor manufacturing corporation! :respect:
:respect:
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#19
WarraWarra
Is this the same 10Sept2011 news 2700k or another model ?
I thought you guys knew about the anandtech post so did not bother posting it before.

http://www.anandtech.com/show/4757/intel-leaks-i72700k

Specs
http://www.cpu-world.com/CPUs/Core_i7/Intel-Core%20i7-2700K%20CM8062301124100%20%28BX80623I72700K%20-%20BXC80623I72700K%29.html

Intel Core i7-2700K CM8062301124100 (BX80623I72700K / BXC80623I72700K)
General information
Type CPU / Microprocessor
Market segment Desktop
Family Intel Core i7
Model number ? i7-2700K
CPU part numbers CM8062301124100 is an OEM/tray microprocessor
BX80623I72700K is a boxed processor (English version)
BXC80623I72700K is a boxed processor (Chinese version)
Package 1155-land Flip-Chip Land Grid Array
Socket Socket 1155 (Socket H2)
Size 1.48" x 1.48" / 3.75cm x 3.75cm

S-spec numbers
Production processors
Part number SR0DG
CM8062301124100 +

Architecture / Microarchitecture
Microarchitecture Sandy Bridge
Processor core ? Sandy Bridge
Manufacturing process 0.032 micron High-K metal gate process
Die size 216mm2
Data width 64 bit
Number of cores 4
Floating Point Unit Integrated
Level 1 cache size ? 4 x 32 KB instruction caches
4 x 32 KB data caches
Level 2 cache size ? 4 x 256 KB
Level 3 cache size 8 MB shared cache
Physical memory (GB) 32
Multiprocessing Uniprocessor
Features

* MMX instruction set
* SSE
* SSE2
* SSE3
* Supplemental SSE3
* SSE4.1 ?
* SSE4.2 ?
* AES instructions
* Advanced Vector Extensions
* Extended Memory 64 technology (EM64T) ?
* Execute disable bit ?
* HyperThreading technology ?
* Turbo Boost technology 2.0
* Virtualization technology (VT-x) ?

Low power features Enhanced SpeedStep technology ?
On-chip peripherals

* Integrated dual-channel DDR3 SDRAM Memory controller
* Graphics controller


Electrical/Thermal parameters
Thermal Design Power (W) ? 95

Notes on Intel CM8062301124100

* The processor has unlocked clock multiplier


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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_future_Intel_microprocessors

Core i7-2700K

* SR0DG

4 3.5 GHz 3.9 GHz 4 × 256 KB 8 MB 95 W LGA 1155 DMI 2.0 Q4 2011

* CM8062301124100
* BX80623I72700K
* BXC80623I72700K

$317

Is this the info you guys are looking for ?
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#20
BarbaricSoul
by: btarunr
In all likelihood, the release of this new chip could be timed to coincide with AMD FX 8150, displacing the Core i7-2600K from its existing price-point, and making the 2600K compete with the FX-8150 at a more competitive price.
This is great news to my ears, I'm upgrading sometime in the next month or 2(just waiting on tuition reimbursment). :toast::rockout:
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#21
erocker
by: WarraWarra
Is this the same 10Sept2011 news 2700k or another model ?
Doesn't seem likely that any manufacturer would have two things named 2700K with one being different from the other without some other designation. Clearly Anantech got their story from the same source.
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#22
eidairaman1
by: erocker
Doesn't seem likely that any manufacturer would have two things named 2700K with one being different from the other without some other designation. Clearly Anantech got their story from the same source.
apparently K models are the extreme CPUs where without the K they are non extreme units, only diff K being unlocked
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#23
erocker
by: eidairaman1
apparently K models are the extreme CPUs where without the K they are non extreme units, only diff K being unlocked
I know that, I have a 2500K myself. I'm just saying (in response to another post) that Intel isn't realeasing two models with the same name (including the K) and it all is the same leak/news story.
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#24
dumo
Of course Intel now about BD performance:)
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#25
[H]@RD5TUFF
Unlike AMD Intel has been very forthcoming with upgrade details, which is much appreciated!
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