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Reddit mentions of Intel Core i7-7700K Desktop Processor 4 Cores up to 4.5 GHz Unlocked LGA 1151 100/200 Series 91W

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Intel Core i7-7700K Desktop Processor 4 Cores up to 4.5 GHz Unlocked LGA 1151 100/200 Series 91W
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Found 89 comments on Intel Core i7-7700K Desktop Processor 4 Cores up to 4.5 GHz Unlocked LGA 1151 100/200 Series 91W:

u/db2 · 117 pointsr/thatHappened

If I tell them my dog ate my Bulldog (with 16GB, i7 and graphics card) do you think they'd send me one gratis too?

u/UsernameWasBoring · 11 pointsr/brasil

EDIT2: Só como referencia: iMac i7 comprado pelo governo, segue o baile comparando com o PC montado e este meu comentario US$1.200,00 de diferença.

O preço do iMac é exagerado até la fora: iMac top de linha i5

Quem entende de computadores sabe que você monta um PC MELHOR por um preço bem menor: Top de linha no MINIMO 5x mais forte, e o mesmo preço. Na verdade, um exagero, porque montei com as melhores peças no mercado atualmente. Poderia até ter poupado mais e aproveitado o quad-channel do ram na placa mãe, que seria melhor e mais barato, só quis ser overkill.

Os produtos Apple são overpriced em QUALQUER mercado, só ver a linha de ultrabooks deles por 2k dolares e os concorrentes pelo mesmo valor (Razer Blade).

EDIT: link talvez tenha problemas, então eis os itens:

u/zeldahalohellyeah · 10 pointsr/buildapcsales

If you don't care about the games, amazon is selling it for $289.99 [I7 7700k from Amazon ](intel 7th gen intel core desktop processor i7-7700k (bx80677i77700k) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01MXSI216/ref=cm_sw_r_other_apa_WzTdAbN9CG8BE)

u/sleeplessone · 6 pointsr/pcmasterrace

> Kabylake isn't even out yet

It is. There is a Kaby Lake system I just built sitting in my entertainment center as a HTPC.


There's the i7 on Amazon available to purchase right now.

u/SithisTheDreadFather · 4 pointsr/SubredditDrama

> If the criteria is simply the best performance [for video games], then Intel/NVIDIA wins.


i7-7700K - $337.52

R7-1700 - $296.71

u/TheMazi · 3 pointsr/argentina


Order Summary

Items: GBP 270.47

Postage & Packing: GBP 22.44

Total before VAT: GBP 292.91

VAT: GBP 0.00

Order Total: GBP 292.91

En España venden un 850 EVO de 500GB a 150 euros y te cobran nada más que 10 euros de import fee, con el envío redondeaba en $2800 creo, acá está casi $5k.

Es cuestión de buscar, las cosas se encuentran.

u/Solomon_Gunn · 3 pointsr/pcgaming

Ryzen 7 1700 on sale $290 (base price $330)

Ryzen 7 1700x on sale $325 (base price $400)

Intel 7700k on sale $309 (base price $350)

30% is huge misinformation, these are way more similarly priced than people like to admit. 30% would put the Intel at over 400 dollars on sale. The AMD bias is ridiculous as of late.

u/TovarishGaming · 3 pointsr/Knife_Raffle

Dude I love you for that meme, we say that at work all the time lol.

MB: MSI whatever whatever

RAM: Good shit, DDR4

CPU: i7 7700 babyyyy

GPU: R9 390 MSI


1TB SSD from Intel, dunno which I forget

750w Corsair PS

CPU Cooler

144hz Display

u/Freezerburn · 3 pointsr/pcmasterrace

When you say upgrade, from what? Do you have a z170 motherboard?

Also $350 doesn't sound like a sale, sounds like full price. You can get an unlocked 7700K on amazon for cheaper and that can overclock.


u/m0ro_ · 3 pointsr/buildapcsales

8700k is last gen and so stock is getting low, prices are unlikely to drop a ton outside of certain circumstances, odds are that price might even go up.

EDIT: take a look at 7700k price: https://smile.amazon.com/Intel-i7-7700K-Desktop-Processor-unlocked/dp/B01MXSI216/

u/pecopls · 3 pointsr/bapccanada

>Just looking for suggestions on what type of CPU and GPU I should be looking towards and I can figure out the rest.

In terms of the CPU, you have a couple options.
If you want the best gaming performance, you'll want the i7 7700k and a Z270 motherboard and a cooler. This specific combo comes to about $620~ +tax & shipping.

On the other hand, if you'd like to save some money, you can choose the Ryzen 1600 (or Ryzen 1700) and pair it with a B350 motherboard. The combo is a mere $380~ +tax (or $450 with the 1700). Also, pair a couple sticks of high speed RAM with Ryzen (3000 - 3200MHz) and you'll see significant performance gains in your games.

AMD's Ryzen is definitely the best value on the market right now, with that being said the 7700k is the undisputed winner when it comes to gaming performance. When it comes to a graphics card, you'll want to pick up a 1080ti (wait until you can get one of these for $900 or less, check r/bapcsalescanada several times daily and you can snag a good deal) if you want to game in 4k. However, if you'll just be playing games @ 1080p in your VR headset you can probably safely pick up the cheaper 1080 or 1070 cards.

For your 4K monitor there are a lot of options and it really depends what is on sale when you buy. The LG 27UD58-B is well regarded and a great value currently.

u/Awesamdude · 3 pointsr/hardwareswap

just saying, 7700k is on sale for 290 right now

u/chillywilly29 · 2 pointsr/pcgamingtechsupport

So, for $973 here is the list of components you can actually buy:

cooler, which is optional





hard drive



I did what I could to save where I could and allocate elsewhere. You won't need to upgrade too soon from this moving forward. If you'd rather go cheaper I can help with that as well.

u/ProTruth · 2 pointsr/Vive

Thank you for replying. I think I will just return both my 1080s and get the Xp since it is the same price. Is the Titan Xp different than the other Titans? When I look at the prices on Amazon compared to the Nvidia link you graciously provided, the price difference the X (very expensive) and the Xp (cheaper) is astounding.

I am going to order the Xp now. Thank you for linking me to it. Is this CPU good enough for the Titan?: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01MXSI216/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o07_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

u/Snoochey · 2 pointsr/wow
u/imdrunkanddepressed · 2 pointsr/buildapcsales

Also $295 on Amazon https://www.amazon.com/Intel-Desktop-Processor-i7-7700K-BX80677I77700K/dp/B01MXSI216

Really struggling to decide if I should get this or ryzen 1700

u/CenturySpeed · 2 pointsr/playrust

Honestly a laptop is your bottleneck. Build your own with these parts or near these parts this is a baseline:

|CPU|Core i7 7700K|$343 (Amazon US)|
|GPU 1|MSI RTX 2060 Super Gaming X|$409 (Amazon US)|
|RAM 1|(2x8GB) G.Skill Ripjaws V 3200|$76 (Amazon US)|
|Motherboard|MSI MPG Z390M Gaming Edge|$149 (Amazon US)|
|Storage 1|Empty Storage|$0 (Amazon US)|
|Power Supply|Empty Powersupply|$0 (Amazon US)|
|Case|Empty Case|$0 (Amazon US)|
|Monitor 1|Empty Monitor|$0 (Amazon US)|
| | | |
|Total Price|$977| |
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u/JavaXD · 2 pointsr/pcmasterrace

There is one problem I'm seeing, which is that your MOBO is for overclocking, but your CPU isnt, so I suggest that you get the i7-7700k (https://www.amazon.com/Intel-Desktop-Processor-i7-7700K-BX80677I77700K/dp/B01MXSI216/ref=sr_1_1?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1501567034&sr=1-1&keywords=i7+7700k) and put a nice cooler on there, like the NZXT Kraken if you like pretty lights and such, or any other AIO cooler probably. Also, the most recent system memory is DDR4 and DDR5 is only for GPU's right now (technically GDDR5 but who cares). Another concern is storage, you didn't mention that, and I'm not sure but that PSU might not have enough wattage, I'm not suure, correct me if I'm wrong. Also as a last note, it might be comfort more than anything at this point but it might be a good idea to get 8 more gigs of RAM, but Corsair has some of the best RAM modules.

u/id01 · 2 pointsr/intel

Sure you can, long as you have reference price. Like this one

I lived in both Asia and North America. The price of computer component really doesn't differ that much. It is mostly Europe and Australia that are different.

u/BluePotato00 · 2 pointsr/simracing

Sim Racing Hardware:

u/IAMA_HOMO_AMA · 2 pointsr/buildapc

Amazon has some in stock right now.

u/vulystic · 2 pointsr/buildapcforme

Well I'm sure that is part of my problem I'll update it in a moment.

One of the grouping I'm starting to look at is
Processor I7

Mother Board


GPU If I can't do the Ti depending on price.

u/goat-people · 1 pointr/buildapc

Dude do the fucking research, it's right here in front of you. No one has paid $399 for an i7 6700k since like a month after it came out. The article is comparing inflated MSRP prices to Microcenter sale prices. It's clickbait bro. Yes $250 is a crazy good deal but this is about clearing inventory, not Ryzen shitting on Intel before it's even released.





Edit: and yes, every current gen processor. Have you never seen a sale ad for Microcenter before?

u/FlossPC · 1 pointr/hardware

hmm yeah looks like an over reaction on their part. we can prices dropping slightly on amazon with the 7700k for example


i think it is just beginning.

i will delete this garbage anyways

u/FatFingerHelperBot · 1 pointr/pcgamingtechsupport

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u/vlakiades · 1 pointr/buildapc
u/KurokoOverWatch · 1 pointr/buildapc

Well I worded it poorly. Sorry I'm on mobile.
The difference between this one

Or this one

u/mushpuppy · 1 pointr/hardwareswap

I guess you mean in the sub?

$327.99 on Amazon atm.

u/ymom2 · 1 pointr/intel

> https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01MXSI216/

Just clicked that link and it says 350.

u/Shastada · 1 pointr/intel

Still nothing posted online stores for sale. I saw it posted on Amazon yesterday for $350 but it was then pulled.

It was at this site.

I almost pulled the trigger, but was waiting for confirmation from my buddy (the intended recipient) and didn't hear back.

u/Dark_24 · 1 pointr/buildapc

depends on what you want to do with it?

If it is just gaming? the 7700k still rocks.. If you think you MIGHT want to do more then move up to say the 8700k - and a different MB like a z370/z390..

FYI just watch for sales:


Price: $307.29


Price: $299.99

u/widowhanzo · 1 pointr/buildapc

There's no point in buying 6700K when 7700K is literally cheaper and 8700K is releasing in a few days, along with new motherboards.

Anyway, pairing the i7 with a 1060 is a waste of money for the i7, you're better off buying Ryzen 1600 and GTX1080, or just keeping the 1060 and get Ryzen 1600 or even 1500X. If you do stick with 1060, don't get the mini one, Define Mini C will easily accommodate dual/triple fan cards (better cooling, less noise)

550W will be enough, unless you're getting the 1080 then pick 650W.

Also yeah, 6700K/7700K don't come with a CPU cooler, Ryzen 1500X and 1600 do.

u/xXDanger_ZoneXx · 1 pointr/computers

You are looking for a newer 4-core CPU like the Intel i7 6700K, Intel i7 7700K, or any of the Ryzen 5 CPUs.

For you video card, you want the most amount of memory possible a GTX 1060 has 3 GB and a GTX 1080 has 8 GB. Always try and get the best video card you can afford. This is one of the most important parts of your build.

Your memory doesn't really matter as long as you have at least 8-16 GB (preferably 16 GB). Your motherboard also doesn't matter unless you want RGB (lights) or Wi-Fi built into it.

u/Kaen_No_Mai · 1 pointr/buildapc

Everyone recommending a Ryzen 5 1600 here is crazy. I'm assuming you'll be mainly gaming (no video rendering or editing) and the Ryzen 5 1600 would bottlenec the 1080ti for sure and probably the 1080 also. hat's espcially true for 60fps. My recommendation is a 7700k, or a 7600k if you can't afford the full i7. The 7700k is the decidedly best gaming cpu (and all that anyone pretty much ever needs unless you do professional stuff like 3D modeling) so that would be your best choice.


u/SIThereAndThere · 1 pointr/nvidia

Nope the Intel HD graphics works fine, I can connect to the motherboard's (ASUS IX formula z270) HDMI output everything works great. I will post my pcpartpicker link but this the CPU I have:

Intel 7th Gen Intel Core Desktop Processor i7-7700K (BX80677I77700K) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01MXSI216/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apap_fGAyHwDykNABJ

u/breakspirit · 1 pointr/gadgets

Uh I'm talking about a desktop i7. They've had integrated GPUs for many years now. Very common on desktop PCs across price ranges.

Check it out:

u/Mrpokefan108 · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

I don't know honestly, thats just what my friend told me to do lol.

So I discovered there is a newer version of that processor here. If I wanted to upgrade to this, what else would I have to upgrade, and if its not too much of a bother would you mind linking me what exactly you would recommend purchasing in that category if that makes sense? You said that I would need to upgrade my motherboard and RAM and such, what exactly should I upgrade it to is what I'm asking, links would be very much appreciated. :)

u/gucccibear · 1 pointr/buildapc

here's the processor i mentioned above:

its $310 and has a processor speed of 4.2 GHz, but again im pretty new to the whole processor/PC building thing so there's probably more to the comparison than i am aware of.

Also i'm not sure if this is the same processor but i found a ryzen 5 1600 on amazon for $200, as compared to the $295 one listed on PCpartPicker link below:

u/eyusmaximus · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

I'm going on the i7-4790k being equivalent because AMD fans have said the i7-7700k is equivalent to the best Ryzen CPU whilst also saying the i7-7700k is essentially the same as an i7-4790k.

How is AMD sticking to their sockets for longer periods a good thing? Not releasing a new architecture is five years is barely a good thing at all.

The DDR3 issue with the i7-4790k is there, sure.
However, the i7-4790k is only £20 more than the i7-7700k, with the i7-7700 being cheaper than both.

u/osfrid · 1 pointr/buildapc


Good point, don't fall into the Ghz myth. Regarding the recent reviews about AMD R*, they are 12% more efficient in IPC than Kaby Lake.

It still leads me to consider Kaby Lake (or Skylake) chip because when it comes to compare single thread performances, Ryzen CPU's score has to be scaled up (by deleting Intel's cache).

Thus, despite all rumours, Ryzen is not that cheap... When you don't include a ridiculously overpriced CPU like the i7 6900K which is 10% better than a i7 7700K and 700$ more:

u/DrShane · 1 pointr/buildapc

The production/editing is pure casual, it's not going to be intense or to meet deadlines, but I'll put the i7-7700k in @£309 as an option and look up a few comparison videos, thanks!


Would you consider the rest of the build solid?

u/Mjr_Pain · 1 pointr/buildapc

Alright from what you telling me i should just wait on buying anything?

i went ahead and looked around from the info you gave me and i came up with this

cpu in stock in like 3 days

gpu or Gpu

u/Itsbrandonowens · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

I currently have an Intel Core I7-4790 3.6GHz, 4 Cores, 8 logical processors, but im looking to buy this one in the future



and thank you cos the 7700k is the one im looking to buy ahaha

u/JuicyChaos · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

Would THIS - THIS - and THIS work together?

The mobo is Z270 and the RAM says Z170... issue?

u/HunterSThompson64 · 1 pointr/gaming

>and another $1500 for a computer to run it.

A GTX 970 is VR ready, and it's new gen equivilent GTX 1070 is also VR ready.

In total, if you were to scrimp on everything excluding the GPU and CPU, you're looking at maybe $1,000 for some of the high-end parts. Even with a i7 7700k you're only spending maybe $700 on both parts

$1500 would be for a top-of-the-line, future proof (for like, 1 generation) system. Maybe $900 total for a decent system that can easily handle VR.

u/russsl8 · 1 pointr/intel

Intel Core i7-7700K Desktop Processor 4 Cores up to 4.5 GHz unlocked LGA 1151 100/200 Series 91W https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01MXSI216/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_JvBDDb1MPGPS6

Not really...

u/lopezomg · 1 pointr/Twitch

Workaround these for building your PC.




Now the 7700 and 8800 apparently have minimal differences. I would go with the cheaper one, but then again it's only an extra 20-30$ why not just go with the 8700k.

It's a terrible time to buy GFX cards right now since everyone in their mother is mining coins. I would go with this card though. I have a card like this and its perfect.

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u/noobrock · 1 pointr/leagueoflegends

i7 5960X is bad example. i7 7700k, cheaper and faster than 5960X, also more eager to overclock than Threadripper

u/Nexbane · 1 pointr/buildapc

Sorry, I feel this is a dumb question
Is https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?item=N82E16813157792
compatible with

They both specify LGA 1151 Socket type, but the MBD also says (300 series). I plugged my build into a benchmark website, and it tells me they are incompatible. Thanks for the help!

u/polystorm · 1 pointr/Cinema4D

I'm not one to give advice on PC builds but I almost went with the 7700K and considered the 8700K for the viewport speed. I decided to go with the threadripper because you can still overclock them to 4GHz and I do plan on going with 4 gpus in the future. I haven't pulled the trigger yet, probably won't for another couple of weeks.

EDIT: I have read that the 7700K gives you the best single thread performance for both C4D and AE and they are on sale at Amazon.ca

u/EvilDoctorShadex · 1 pointr/buildapc

Hi all, I just ordered my Steam Link and am preparing to finally play Witcher 3 on my new tv. Just thought I'd check here how my specs look (pretty sure it's time for a CPU upgrade).

Here's a screenshot of my original specs, fear not, I managed to nab one of these badboys for £330 a few months back.

The i5 is pretty solid and has served me well but I doubt it'll be able to tank this unfortunately, what would you guys recommend for a necessary upgrade?

I've done a bit of research and was thinking about buying one of these:

Ryzen 7, £230

i7-7700K, £280

Not sure whether this is overkill, I'm not super good at this stuff, thanks in advance!

u/nwalker2016 · 1 pointr/buildapc

This is my current build
I’m looking to upgrade and my first thought is looking at the graphics card or the processor since I primarily use it for gaming and photo editing. My budget is $250-300 and looking on my own I was thinking about the GTX 1060 or the Intel i7 7700k but I wanted to get some input before making any purchases.

u/COMPUTER1313 · 1 pointr/hardware


> Buy New: $354.99

> Buy Used: $371.00


> $354.04

There is eBay and Craigslist, but one could also find those other CPUs I mentioned about on those sites as well.

u/deathpulse42 · 1 pointr/intel

the Amazon listings for the Kaby Lake chips have been removed now...wonder why?

(example: https://www.amazon.com/Intel-Desktop-Processor-i7-7700K-BX80677I77700K/dp/B01MXSI216)

u/quantum_cheese · 1 pointr/buildapcforme

> i5-7400

What about this one?

u/Justheretosayhey · 1 pointr/buildapc

I ordered this i7-7700k and just received it in the mail. When purchasing this item on amazon, it said 4.5Ghz turbo frequency. I also saw that it was $50.00 more than this i7-7700k that was 4.2Ghz. When I opened my package, it says 4.2Ghz. What's going on? Is there even such thing as a 4.5Ghz i7 or did I pay $50.00 extra for the same 4.2Ghz I could of got for cheaper?

u/merbabu · 0 pointsr/Amd

I still doubt that was the final retail price. Lets see if it still holds true. I'd wait for another retailer price like enterkomputer or the others. If you told me Indonesian tax is cheaper for electronics, can you explain how an 1080 strix in amazon cost $650 while in enterkomputer or other retailer the price is sitting around $885
That's 30% difference for strix. Let's see if it still applies to other product / manufacturer. 7700K in Amazon cost $357 while in enterkomputer and others it sits around $404 and that's 12% in difference. AMD FX-9590 in amazon cost $220 and its $262 in enterkomputer and nanokomputer. That's 17% difference. I did the calculation assuming 1 USD = 13000 IDR. I won't say the tax is cheap. Probably jd.id is just trying to match the prices with retail one in USA and when the real stuff coming out of our customs, expect around 10% price difference and add another 5%-10% for the greedy distributor

u/noiserr · -1 pointsr/Amd


$42 difference.

edit: wtf, can you guys do the math?

  • Amazon the most popular e-tailer in the US by a long shot

  • 1700x $381.77 - 7700k $339.00 = $42.77

  • Not to mention you can just get a 1700 anyways which is even cheaper than 7700k especially when you consider a free Wraith Spire (RGB)