Intel Core i7-7700K Pre-Binned 4.9GHz (Kaby Lake) Socket LGA1151 Processor - OEM
- Pre-binned 4.9GHz capable
- Quad Core with Hyperthreading Technology
- 14nm Process
- 8MB L3 Cache
- Dual Channel DDR4 Controller
- Integrated Iris DX12 Graphics
- 1 Year Warranty
1 In stock
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Intel Core i7-7700K Pre-Binned 4.9GHz (Kaby Lake) Socket LGA1151 Processor - OEM7th Generation Intel core Processors build on the technologies offered by 6th generation Skylake processors, enabling beautiful 4K UHD content and luscious detailed VR experiences. Delivering premium performance enhancements that allow you to not only improve productivity but increase creativity and enjoy content like never before.
Unprecedented PowerThe Intel Core i7-7700K features a refined architecture containing 4 cores, 8MB cache and Hyper threading technology which enables 4 thread multitasking. 7th Generation Intel core Processors are designed to fit a wide range of high performance applications, offering both gamers and creative professionals the power and stability they need to excel.
Unleash the 'K'Overclocking unlocks a CPU's full potential and thanks to our pre-binning process this is now guaranteed. Buy with confidence and unleash maximum performance!
VR perfectedDominate the VR world with 7th Generation Intel core Processors. Packed to the brim with features and enhancements that enable the very best VR experience.
UHD 4K contentWatch glorious 4K movies and HD content as it was intended. 7th Generation Intel core Processors are designed for media: Supporting the latest media technologies offering an unparalleled colour gamut for immersive lifelike colour and smooth, lag free motion.
Overclockers UK Pre-Binned: Performance Guaranteed
What is a Pre Binned CPU?All CPU's can hit the boost clock as advertised but not all 'K' chips can surpass it due to minute imperfections in the silicon. Not a single CPU is created equally and all perform differently with less than 5% being able to perform to our highest guaranteed frequency. Pre Binned CPU's remove what is known as the silicon lottery and allow you to buy one of the most capable CPU's in the world.
High performance, overclockable CPUs are highly prized and would cost an individual tens of thousands of pounds to manually source and test hundreds of processors finding less than a 'handful' of what are required to make the grade. Why spend more? Save the hard work for us!
How are CPUs 'Binned'?Each CPU is individually tested by the world renowned Overclocker 8Pack on specially designed testing rigs which utilise the very latest ASUS STRIX/ROG Motherboards and Corsair 3200Mhz RAM. Each rig has been configured to utilise pre-determined voltages and settings which allow 8Pack to determine what the silicon is capable of. The CPU's are graded into categories with the very highest being De-Lidded and used in our 8Pack and Infin8 systems with any excess being sold as pre binned. Any CPUs that don't meet the standards required are not simply put back into stock but held for projects or used in any of our machines destined for events.
What is De-Lidding and are there thermal benefits?
All of the CPU's that make the grade are de-Lidded. This is a process of whereby the CPU's IHS (Integrated Heat Spreader) is momentarily removed and the TIM (Thermal Interface Material) is replaced with one that has far superior heat transfer properties such as Liquid Metal. The technique of De-Lidding can reduce load temperatures on average by 10-20°c offering the ultimate in overclocking thermal performance.
Overclockers UK Modified CPU Overview
|De-lid Only||Pre-Binned||Pro Edition||Ultra Edition|
|Liquid Metal TIM||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|IHS||Stock re-applied||Stock re-applied||Copper/Nickle||99.9999% Silver|
|Performance over OEM IHS / TIM||10-20°c||10-20°c||15-27°c||18-32°c|
- De-lidded by 8Pack for cooler running temperatures under load
- Guaranteed minimum 4.9Ghz overclock in all none AVX applications when using in conjunction with an AIO 240mm cooler
- Free Thermal Grizzly 1g TIM
Settings for 4.9Ghz:
- Vcore 1.32-1.39v load typically 1.35v needed at most
- VCCSA 1.05 for 3200mhz mems Upto 1.25 for DDR4000mhz +
- VCCIO 1.0 for 3200mhz mems upto 1.25 For DDR4000mhz +
- ASUS Strix, ROG or Gigabyte Aorus Motherboard
- AIO cooler with 240mm Rad or higher - Custom water-cooling loops are recommended
- 750W+ Gold or Platinum rated PSU providing enough quality power for the entire system
|Model:||Intel Core i7-7700k Processor (7th Generation)|
|Code Name:||Kaby Lake|
|Number of Cores:||4|
|Number of Threads:||8|
|Processor Base Frequency:||4.2GHz|
|Standard Max Turbo Frequency:||4.5Ghz|
|Pre-Binned Max Frequency:||4.9Ghz*|
|Bus Speed:||8 GT/s DMI|
|Maximum Memory Size:||64GB|
|Memory Types:||DDR4-2133/2400, DDRL-1333/1600 @ 1.35V|
|Maximum Supported Channels:||2|
|On-board Graphics:||Intel UHD 630|
|Graphics Base Frequency:||350MHz|
|Graphics Max Dynamic Freq:||1.15Ghz|
|Graphics Max Memory:||64GB|
|4k Support:||Yes, at 60Hz|
|Max Resolution:||4096 x 2304 @ 60Hz (DP)|
|Max Supported Displays:||3|
|Direct X Support:||12|
|PCI Express Revision 3.0:||3.0|
|PCI Express Configurations::||Up to 1x16, 2x8, 1x8+2x4|
|Max Number of PCIE Lanes:||16|
|Features:||Intel® Quick Sync Video, Intel® InTru™ 3D Technology, Intel® Clear Video HD Technology, Intel® Clear Video Technology, Intel® Optane™ Memory Supported, Intel® Turbo Boost Technology, Intel® vPro™ Technology, Intel® Hyper-Threading Technology, Intel® Virtualization Technology (VT-x), Intel® Virtualization Technology for Directed I/O (VT-d), Intel® VT-x with Extended Page Tables (EPT), Intel® TSX-NI, Intel® 64, Intel® SSE4.1, Intel® SSE4.2, Intel® AVX2, Enhanced Intel SpeedStep® Technology, Thermal Monitoring Technologies, Intel® Identity Protection Technology, Secure Key, Intel® Software Guard Extensions (Intel® SGX), Intel® Memory Protection Extensions (Intel® MPX), Intel® OS Guard, Intel® Trusted Execution Technology, Intel® Boot Guard|
* Guaranteed minimum overclock of 4.9Ghz with an AIO 240mm cooler with 1.32-1.395v. * Images for illustration purposes only - Testing is not conducted using LN2