Published on 3rd January 2017 by
UK price (as reviewed): Approx £290 (inc VAT)
Originally Posted by HustlerQuote:UK price (as reviewed): Approx £290 (inc VAT)
lol...yeah right, In your dreams.
Originally Posted by DavidUm, the IPC is identical but Kaby Lake consigns Sky Lake to the history books?
We'll agree to disagree on that one, Mr Leather. ;)
Originally Posted by AnfieldWhile it doesn't render an already purchased Sky Lake cpu worthless there is also exactly zero reason to opt for a Sky Lake once Kaby Lake hits store shelves in quantities for those who are on older systems.
Originally Posted by rolloUK is seeing nearly 1-1 price conversion on computer hardware at the moment.
Originally Posted by Vault-TecDo these work in existing boards or do you have to have the new board for it to work? also, do skylake cpus work in these boards?
Originally Posted by DeckerdBRSo are we at the point now where a Kaby Lake CPU (and presumably a subsequent mainboared & ram upgrade) would be beneficial to those of us on an older i2500k intel setup? Or is it still a case of questionable cost vs. benefit and the kind of thing only worth doing if you suffer hardware failure?
Originally Posted by Mister_TadBarely an improvement. Still don't see a reason to upgrade from my XP1700+
Originally Posted by BindibadgiDoes anyone really only consider upgrading on CPU alone? I can't say so. You're missing out on M.2 support at a minimum, let alone all the new BIOS features
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