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Intel’s Kaby Lake micro-architecture represents a new move for the company. It breaks away from Intel’s long-standing “tick-tock” release cadence. A “tick” has traditionally represented a CPU die shrink, which we mostly recently got with Broadwell in early 2015. A “tock” represented new architecture, which we got in late 2015 with Skylake. With this logic, you would expect Intel’s seventh generation Kaby Lake CPUs to be a die shrink, but Intel says that we aren’t likely to get another one until the end of 2017. This means Kaby Lake represents a new optimization phase for Intel. Does the company make enough improvements to justify an upgrade? Let’s put the company’s new leading 7700K quad-core CPU through its paces to find out