and again, they don't have consumer level pricing, and don't have unlocked multipliers. What I'm wishing for is essentially an i5 and i7 'max core' edition that removes the IGP but has a mirror of the existing cores in it's place so they each are essentially like 2 K edition chips stuck together.
That would be a huge leap in progress for the CPU side of things for people who run dedicated graphics cards already. In gaming benchmarks the amount of difference at usable resolutions like 1080P and higher there is really little noticeable difference between a 2600k and a 6700k already. It's almost like CPU performance gains just stopped being pushed forward. Why can't we get twice as much processing power than a chip that's nearly 4 years old. Heck, even an i7-9xx is still pretty usable in most cases and they came out in 2008/2009.