When it comes to gaming PCs, the PC is the king

When it came to gaming PC sales, the gaming PC market was a massive market.

And while some people had their eyes on the PS4 Pro, others were looking to the Intel Core i5-6500K in the $700-$1000 range.

Now, according to a new report, Intel has announced that the next-gen Core i7-6700K is the new king of the hill for PC gaming.

In fact, the new Core i3-7320HK (Intel’s first chip to ship with a Kaby Lake GPU) is the clear winner in our benchmark results, taking the crown in our most important gaming benchmark, Alien Isolation.

In fact, Intel’s Core i4-7300 is the most popular chip in the entire industry, according the company.

The new Intel Core-i7-6800K (the highest-end Core i9-6840X) takes the crown.

The Intel Core M-6900 (the next-generation Core M processor) also holds the crown, with the i7 winning a little more than half the games we played.

But the biggest story for gaming is the next generation Intel Core m-6520, which is the company’s latest generation of chip.

That chip is now expected to be released in the first half of 2018.

That makes the Intel’s next-best CPU a little closer to the $1500 range.

In other words, the next Core i6-6750K could be a solid contender for gaming.

That said, we’re still not sold on Intel’s new chip.

We had a chance to try it out, but ultimately decided to wait for the Core i2-7000K to arrive before we gave it a whirl.

The Core i8-7700K, on the other hand, seems like a solid upgrade from the Core M chips in the same price range.

It comes with the best graphics card of the new generation, the Intel Iris Pro graphics chip.

It also supports DirectX 12 and Vulkan.

However, if you want to get even better, you can upgrade to a Core i10-7400K and get the Core- i7 chip.