Intel Core i7 11700K appears in leaks yet again, this time remaining strong in the gaming segment

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Though it’s been a while since we will see Intel’s Rocket Lake platform incomplete action. We already know that Intel is preparing for the launch of its new platform on 16th March and also that we will get the official performance review of the CPU by the end of March.

However, Intel will reportedly start accepting pre-orders of the Rocket Lake on 16th March itself. As we have mentioned earlier, buyers who want to purchase the CPU have to base their buying orders on the leaks and rumors of the platform available online.

Recently, Andreas Schilling over at HardwareLuxx has posted an early review of the Intel Core i7 11700k. As we already know that Intel has not released any official BIOS of its Rocket Lake family for the motherboards, so there is still some room for potential improvement.

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Recently, Andreas Schilling over at HardwareLuxx has posted an early review of the Intel Core i7 11700k. As we already know that Intel has not released any official BIOS of its Rocket Lake family for the motherboards, so there is still some room for potential improvement.

According to sources, the Core i7 11700K was combined with an Asus ROG Maximus XIII Hero Z590 motherboard and DDR4-6400 RAM. Andreas tested the chip and stated that it was able to hit an overclock of 4.9 GHz. The clock speed was pretty impressive considering that the maximum power draw recorded by Andreas was 195W.

The tested sample reached a turbo boost speed of 4.7 GHz on all cores with a score of 1.214v. RKL. it is based on Cypress Cove cores and is allegedly targetting an IPC increase of around 18%. As we already know, the chipset will be the first platform to feature PCIe 4.0.

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The Intel Core i7 11700K will go head-to-head with the Ryzen 5800X. the processor performs extremely well in single-threaded performance testing. Even though the performance of the processor is extremely well in single-core, yet the multi-core results still require some tuning.

Considering this the performance of Intel’s Rocket Lake remains quite behind the AMD’s Ryzen 9 5950X. But, AMD is suffering from supply constraint as such, notebooks powered AMD’s Ryzen 5000 series are rare in the market.

But considering the gaming performance for which the i7 is mostly used, the tester found that Intel’s processor beats AMD’s competitor in Battlefield V. this yet again proves that Intel is not ready to lose its market in gaming notebooks.

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In Battlefield V, the Intel processors usually look quite good and this also applies to the Core i7-11700K. In Division 2, Metro: Exodus, and Shadow of the Tomb Raider, the Ryzen processors still have the upper edge. […]

The power consumption does not explode in the way it was feared – at least not with the Core i7-11700K. We’ll have to look at what this will look like with the Core i9-11900K. At the same time, the GPU temperatures, be it those of the package sensor or those of the individual cores, remain within the scope of what is a solvable task for a good cooler.

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