I remember there was a post from earlier this year about how one of Intel's executives promised the chip giant would try to serve the needs of overclockers with limited budgets. It seems Intel has somewhat kept this promise as CPU World found evidence for an upcoming Core i3-7350K, the first Core i3 model with an unlocked multiplier.
This Kaby Lake based processor is a dual-core model, it reportedly has a 4.2GHz base clock and 4MB L3 cache. Unfortunately, the leak indicates a price tag of $177, which does makes it cheaper than the Core i5 K-series but not a cheap as hoped.
The site also has details about the rest of Intel's Kaby Lake desktop processor lineup:
It was previously reported that Intel will launch 10 Core i5 and i7 quad-core models, including 2 unlocked CPUs and 4 low-power CPUs. Intel also prepares dual-core processors, including 3 Celerons, 5 Pentiums and 6 Core i3s. Perhaps, the most interesting dual-core model is the Core i3-7350K, which is the first i3 chip with unlocked clock multiplier. While it is going to be the most expensive Core i3 on the market, it is still cheaper than any Core i5 "Kaby Lake" CPU. It is also worth mentioning that the i3-7350K, i3-7320 and i3-7300 are the first Core i3s, running at 4 GHz or higher.