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The new Core i7-6700K gives enthusiasts a bit more pep and performance, but it's most exciting in terms of overclocking, and the fact that it could herald the return of the good old days when you could buy a less expensive chip and ramp it right up with some good cooling.
Our benchmark results were rather underwhelming. Yes, the 6700K offers performance gains, but they're very modest improvements, particularly on the gaming front. If you've already got a fast Haswell or Ivy Bridge processor, you probably won't see much noticeable benefit from Skylake.
The Core i7-6700K might not offer a huge amount over and above existing Intel chips in the performance stakes, but it is a little faster, and fingers crossed, the developments on the overclocking side are a sign of good things to come.
Technology and cars. Increasingly the twain shall meet. Which is handy, because Jeremy (Twitter) is addicted to both. Long-time tech journalist, former editor of iCar magazine and incumbent car guru for T3 magazine, Jeremy reckons in-car technology is about to go thermonuclear. No, not exploding cars. That would be silly. And dangerous. But rather an explosive period of unprecedented innovation. Enjoy the ride.
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