Nuts. There are two i3 CPUs available, but not the i3-7350K. I read somewhere the 7350K would be delayed relative to the rest of the product stack, so this seems to confirm that. In my mind the most exciting possibility of Kaby Lake is a relatively inexpensive 5GHz dual core CPU, which will make for one snappy office machine... I ordered a 960 EVO 250GB M.2 SSD and MSI Z270 Tomahawk to go with it.
ANd just when I sheepishly convinced myself, that I really don't need to upgrade my GC, because it's decent, and the dfifference is minimal, you came with that post and now I'm browsing the mobos, ram and CPUYep, got the 7700K, a Asrock Z270 and 14 latency DDR 4. I'm good. Now need to sell a Devil's Canyon. Yea I know I probably didn't need to upgrade, but I did. So, shut it.
They have one Z270 MB. I want to get the whole thing at once CPU, MB and memory. What takes them so long to get this shit rolling? Sorry, AT&T hit my sewer line in two different places and backed up my sewer into our house. So, needless to say I've had a bad week. They ARE paying for it though.
If you have have a local Microcenter, they have them available
As bundled with some mothboards:
I mean, if your 6600k is running hot, there's no secret sauce in Kaby Lake unless you want to run at the same clocks as you had before. You want the 5ghz, you will be in the same situation or worse in my opinion. You basically contradicted your own statement.