Intel I7 7700 Threads
Intel I7 7700 threads is a part of Intel I7 7700 architecture. Intel I7 7700 architecture rolled out under the name Kaby Lake. Intel I7 7700 threads allow a computer to do twice as many tasks on each core. Intel I7 7700 thread is an outgoing unit of software code that can be scheduled for execution by the processor. To put it in a simple way a “thread of execution” is an ordered sequence of instructions that tells a computer what to do. Number of Threads in Intel I7 7700 are 8 and it is compatible with FCLGA1151 socket. Architecture of a processor widely impacts the Intel I7 7700 Price and performance of it.
Intel I7 7700 Lithography
The thickness of the die in which the processor is manufactured gives the lithography of the processor. Intel I7 7700 lithography is a part of Intel I7 7700 architecture. Overall performance is not affected, but it is better to have a smaller lithography. Intel I7 7700 lithography is 14 nm. The lithography is a large determinant of the amount of heat produced by the processor and so the maximum operating temperature of Intel I7 7700 is Not Provided. Lithography affects Intel I7 7700 Power Consumption and if the lithography is used in an optimum way then less power will be consumed.