As far as i understand consumer Intel CPUs on the 1151 socket are marketed to different types of people: The i9 series is marketed to productivity focused users who need a large amount of threads but don't need a dedicated video card and gamers who want the worlds fastest gaming cpu but have a dedicated video card. The i7 series is marketed at productivity focused users who needs threads but don't need a dedicated graphics card, OEMs like Apple and gamers who want a fast cpu but also have a dedicated video card. The i5 series is marketed to OEMs who make desktop computers without graphics cards, gamers but not productivity users because i5s tend to have less threads and XEONs exist. i3 is marketed to OEMs and budget users. On each of these products is a suffix letter K is for overclockable chips which are used by productivity users, enthusiasts and gamers but not OEMs, F is for CPUs with disabled faulty graphics which was created recently to help with the production shortage of 14nm chips because Intel knows that theres a large market of users who will never use the integrated graphics.
My point is that instead of just disabling the faulty graphics, why doesn't Intel have a KF product lineup with no graphics but more cores like AMD on the 1151 socket?