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Intel Coffee Lake reviews, news, performance, and availability

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Get ready for a second wave of Intel Coffee Lake CPUs hitting the gaming market, finally accompanied by the mainstream motherboard chipsets that will give the non K-series processors a proper home. In an AMD-inspired move, the 8th Gen Core CPUs replaced the 7th Gen Kaby Lake processors after less than 12 months, but what are these chips offering the previous ones couldn’t?

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  • Intel Coffee Lake release dateIntel's latest desktop gaming CPUs launched October 5, 2017.
  • Intel Coffee Lake pricing and availabilityThe top Core i7 starts at around $339 (£318), with the two Core i5s costing $250 (£222) and $179 (£160) respectively, thankfully stock is more readily available now so prices have stabilised.
  • Intel Coffee Lake specificationsThere are four six-core chips: two K-series and two 65W. The Core i7 8700K will top out at 4.3GHz, and the i5 8600K at 4.1GHz, all-core Turbo clockspeeds. There's also a pair of four-core i3 chips finishing the lineup.
  • Intel Coffee Lake performanceThe single-core performance of Intel's new Coffee Lake chips makes them great gaming CPUs. And when you bring in the prospect of 5GHz+ overclocking that's going to make things tough for AMD's Ryzen.

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After less than a year of 7th Gen Kaby Lake processors, we've moved on to the 8th Gen, featuring Coffee Lake and Cannon Lake designs... as well as some lively refreshes.

There's even an 8th Gen chip sporting Radeon graphics silicon made by AMD. We're pretty confident that was one of Nostradamus' doom-laden prophecies foretelling the end of the world...

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Intel unveiled the first 8th Gen Core CPUs back in August last year - these 15W chips are a set of ultra low-power Core i7 and Core i5 processors for super thin laptops, not the beefy desktop Coffee Lake CPUs some might have hoped for. They are still interesting little chips, if you want a quad-core 2-in-1 or ultrabook-style laptop. Intel have doubled the core count, and left HyperThreading turned on for both i7 and i5 variants, giving them both eight threads.

But now we’ve got the first Coffee Lake desktop chips, which are definitely the more exciting ones, right?

It might seem rather unusual for Intel to be retiring Kaby Lake so quickly, but there are a number of factors at play which are making this generation different from previous ones. For a start there is now increased competition in the CPU market from AMD’s Ryzen processors, but Intel are also struggling against the continual demand for CPU die shrinks and the increasing difficulty of making ever smaller transistors. 

So now we’re looking at another stop-gap processor generation based on the same basic architecture as Skylake and Kaby Lake, as well as the same lithography Intel have been using since the 2015 Broadwell designs. Indeed there are set to be Kaby Lake refreshes mixed in with the Coffee Lake and Cannon Lake chips too.

Intel’s old-school tick-tock release cadence - where they launched a new architecture on an old process before re-engineering it again for a smaller lithography - was retired because successive CPU generations were having to stick on a particular production process for longer periods of time. It was then replaced by a new release cadence they called Process>Architecture>Optimisation... which didn’t even make it through one cycle. Now it’s just Process>Architecture>Optimise>Obey>Submit.

So if it’s all essentially the same why should we care about Coffee Lake? Well, this time it’s all about the AMD-inspired increased thread-count and a six-core i5...

Intel Coffee Lake pricing and availability

Thankfully stock is far more readily available for the vanguard of Intel's Coffee Lake CPUs than they were pre-Christmas. It's almost the complete inverse of what's happening in the graphics card market. Though if AMD have their way then people are going to start jumping on the CPU crypto-mining bandwagon and start eating up processor stock too...

The Core i7 8700K starts at around $339 (£318), delivering the full six-core, 12-thread monty for a more reasonable price than it was hitting at the paper launch. The same is true for the two Core i5s, with the 8600K costing $250 (£222) and the mighty 8400 priced at $179 (£160) respectively.

There is likely to be a fresh batch of new Coffee Lake CPUs arriving in the next couple of weeks, with non K-series Core i5 8600 and 8500 set to turn up soon, with a Core i3 8300 set to accompany them. We're also finally going to be able to get our hands on the more cost-effective budget motherboard chipsets, so we won't be stuck with the expensive Z370 boards for much longer.

The mainstream Coffee Lake motherboard chipsets look like they're coming very soon. We've seen the new h470, B360, and h410 boards start to appear online in benchmark databases and distribution/retail channels across the world. That can only mean one thing, an imminent launch.

Which can only be a good thing as we've hitherto only had the high-end Z370 chipset to pair with even our lowly Core i3 CPUs. It also arguably makes little sense to pair our favourite Coffee Lake processor, the Core i5 8400, with a Z370 board. You're not going to be overclocking so you're wasting cash being forced into buying into a high-end chipset.

The new mainstream boards also herald a second wave of 8th Gen processors too. There are another two Core i5 chips coming soon - again shown online in various guises - as well as one more Core i3. We can only hope that we'll see some more serious Intel competition coming out of the Coffee Lake range later this year when the AMD Ryzen 2 launch happens in April.

Could that be when the vaunted Z390 and potential Core i9 chips arrive?

Intel Coffee Lake specs

Coffee Lake is the next 14nm CPU design after Kaby Lake, which Intel is calling 14nm++ in an attempt to make it seem different. What’s making the new generation relevant, however, is the fact they’re bringing six-core / 12-thread processors into high-end laptops and standard desktops for the first time. 

This is the big news for Coffee Lake: both the Core i7 and Core i5 ranges have a six-core CPU at the top. The Core i7 comes with six cores and 12 threads while the Core i5 version dodges HyperThreading and so is stuck with a straight six-core design.

That's rather exciting for us gamers because it means there’s a robust 14nm six-core part combining Intel's high-end single-threaded gaming performance with an extra two cores to give it decent multi-threaded chops too. Intel's resolutely quad-core K-series i5 from the Kaby Lake generation were able to either keep pace with, or beat AMD's six-core, twelve-thread Ryzen 5 1600X, so adding another couple of Intel cores to the mainstream mix gives Intel one hell of a gaming chip. 

There were four six-core Coffee Lake CPUs at launch: a pair of Core i7 chips, one a K-series and another non-overclockable variant, and another two six-core i5 CPUs. The specs show a disappointingly low base clockspeed for all the chips, most especially the Core i5 8600K. Thankfully they have more acceptable all-core Turbo clockspeeds, especially when matched with a belligerent Asus Z370. The Core i7 8700K has a rated Turbo of 4.7GHz, which is rather stellar if we're able to hit that as a matter of course. Some motherboards, such as the MSI Z370 we used in our testing, will stick to Intel’s guidelines and only offer 4.3GHz and 4.1GHz all-core Turbo speeds for the i7 8700K and i5 8600K respectively.

There’s also a quad-core processor making its way into the budget-oriented Core i3 range too, the Core i3 8350K, it’s essentially a Core i5 7600K with an almost budget price tag. And if that can top a 5GHz overclock it could be a real budget champ, especially if Intel allow overclocking on the h470 platform when that finally launches next year.

Somewhat frustratingly Intel have nixxed backwards compatibility for the Coffee Lake chips, meaning you can’t just drop an 8th Gen chip into your existing 200-series motherboard. Given the Z270 and Z370 platforms look almost identical quite why the 200-series won't support Coffee Lake remains unclear, though there are suggestions it's down to the Intel Management Engine providing remote support in the corporate environment. It doesn't look like the 300-series will be backwards compatible either. 

The latest leaked roadmaps from Intel suggest the remaining consumer 300-series chipsets are on their way in Q1 of 2018. The h470, B360, and h410 are mid-range and budget boards, which will grant budget-minded chips, such as the Core i3 8350K, some degree of value not afforded at launch with the exclusive Z370 chipset.

Also indicated in Intel’s plans is the release of power-efficient Coffee Lake desktop processors, with 65W and 35W models possibly arriving in Q1 2018. These will arrive as six, four, and two-core chips. 

Pentium and Celeron processors have also not been forgotten, with a pre-new-year release for the four- and two-core Gemini Lake chips.

Last, but definitely not least, Enterprise will have vPro Coffee Lake desktop processors arriving in Q2, with coinciding chipsets, the Q370 and Q360.

There will also be Cannon Lake chips coming later on, and potentially eight-core Coffee Lake CPUs, and that might hint at why the new chipset needs to be separated out from the last-gen 200-series. But, at the moment it's still all speculation on that front until we hear a definite yes or no from Intel. But hopefully that won't be long coming.

We’ve spotted one of Intel’s Coffee Lake mobile chips on the SiSoft Sandra database. The i7 8850H is a six-core, twelve-thread processor with a base clock of 2.6GHz. The supposed boost clock is 4GHz all-core and 4.3GHz single core.

Within the SiSoft benchmarks, the i7 8850H scored around 35% better in processor arithmetic than last generations i7 7850HQ - no doubt thanks to the four extra threads available to the Coffee Lake chip.

The exact date of release for these new eighth generation mobile chips has not yet been announced by Intel, but they are expected to launch sometime in the next few months alongside the upcoming desktop processors and chipsets. The flagship mobile Coffee Lake chip, the i9 8950HK, is among the CPUs on the way, which features higher clockspeeds than the i7 8850H and will be unlocked for overclocking.

Intel Coffee Lake performance

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The real headline grabber from the first Coffee Lake performance tests is the fact that you can easily get 5GHz+ frequencies out of both the K-series Core i7 and Core i5 parts. You don’t have to go crazy with liquid nitrogen or set the CPU voltage to dangerous levels to get there either, and the temperatures at those speeds shouldn’t frighten you either.

With that overclocked performance the Core i7 8700K is capable of outperforming the top AMD Ryzen CPU, the 1800X, despite the fact that it has two fewer cores than its main rival. The superior gaming performance was almost a given, but the fact it can match it for general multi-threaded performance too is seriously impressive.

It’s the same situation with the Core i5 8600K too. That’s able to match the multi-threaded performance of the similarly priced Ryzen 5 1600X, despite having half the thread count of the AMD processor. 

The problem for the two Coffee Lake K-series chips, however, is the fact that such CPU-intensive performance doesn’t matter one jot to us gamers. Even when they’re running at over 5GHz that doesn’t deliver them any extra gaming frame rates compared with the brilliant Core i5 8400.

That’s a straight six-core Coffee Lake chip, with no HyperThreading, no access to multiplier overclocking and gaming performance to rival anything on the market right now. Only the super CPU-heavy Civilization VI gives it any cause for concern. Even then, it matches the Kaby Lake Core i7 7700K benchmarks in everything from Cinebench to GTA V.

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Intel Coffee Lake release date, news and features

Updated: We've posted our first Coffee Lake S review on the Intel Core i7-8700K

Fifth time’s the charm. At least that seems to be the case with Intel’s upcoming fifth round of processors based on the 14nm manufacturing node. 

In the wake of the 8th generation Kaby Lake Refresh CPUs for laptops release back in August, the 8th generation Coffee Lake CPUs were finally let out into the wild in October 2017.

In September 2017, Intel Coffee Lake S CPUs were officially announced, then launched about a month later on October 5, accompanied by the entire lineup of CPUs and motherboards.

Despite its earlier, more modest statements, Intel claims that the flagship 8th generation Coffee Lake processor is a breathtaking 45% faster than its Kaby Lake counterpart – which explains Intel’s decision to require customers to buy a new motherboard by moving Coffee Lake processors to the new Z370 chipset.

Unfortunately Coffee Lake CPUs were subject to the Spectre and Meltdown exploits, but Intel says that their CPUs will soon be immune, and fixes are currently being rolled out.

Unsurprisingly, this range includes two processors in each of the the Core i3, i5 and i7 categories.

Cut to the chase

  • What is it? Intel's 8th-generation desktop CPU architecture
  • When is it out? October 5th
  • What will it cost? From $117 (about £85, AU$145) – $359 (about £265, AU$450)

Intel Coffee Lake release date

The Intel Coffee Lake processors finally touched down on October 5, 2017. Intel has also announced a new line of 8th generation Coffee Lake CPUs featuring Radeon RX Vega graphics that should be out sometime in the coming months.

Originally, in February 2017, Intel stated that Coffee Lake would surface in the latter half of the year. Intel reassured us of this claim at Computex 2017 held in Taipei, Taiwan. 

Later into 2017, the Santa Clara chipmaker came out and teased an August 21 livestream reveal of its 8th-generation processors, which turned out to be a refresh of its 7th-generation processors for Ultrabooks and laptops, called Kaby Lake Refresh. 

Intel Coffee Lake price

Arguably the most elusive aspect of Coffee Lake leading up to its canonical announcement was pricing. Aside from looking at the processor market AMD Ryzen rewrote, we didn’t have much to base our speculation. And now that Intel is about to release its first CPUs with discrete graphics, we don’t have much to base the pricing for the laptops that will feature them.

Luckily, Intel has revealed a total rundown of the latest 8th-generation Coffee Lake chips since their announcement. And with that reveal, we finally knew that the Santa Clara tech behemoth was going to unleash an entire assortment of processors with a wide range of different prices.

Starting with the cheapest, the Intel Core i3-8100 costs $130 (£99, AU$145) while it’s overclockable counterpart, the Intel Core i3-8350K prices at $180 (£160, AU$240). 

At the mid-range, the Core i5-8400 will set you back $190 (£183, AU$250) while the unlocked, overclock-ready i5-8600K retails for $257 (£190, AU$325).

Lastly, deemed by Intel as its best gaming CPU ever, the Core i7-8700K runs at $350 (£290, AU$520). On the other hand, if you’re looking to avoid spending significantly more than a Xbox One X or PS4 Pro on a single processor, the vanilla Intel Core i7-8700 goes for $313 (£290, AU$430).

Comparatively, an Intel Kaby Lake processor on its own will, as of this writing, set you back anywhere from $42 (£39, AU$66) to $350 (£415, AU$469) while Ryzen processors range from $168 (£158, AU$245) to $499 or £499 (AU$650). 

Intel Coffee Lake specs

Although all of the 8th-generation Coffee Lake chips are still manufactured on the 14nm node, Intel has proven that there’s still plenty of life in the process yet. 

Again, starting from the ground up, the Intel Core i3 chips this time boast four cores each for the first time in the mainstream CPU space. What’s more, whereas the Intel Core i3-8100 takes advantage of four cores and four threads running at 3.6GHz, the unlocked Core i3-8350K totes the same number of cores and threads, but instead opts for a base frequency of 4GHz.

As for the Core i5 range, the plain Intel Core i5-8400 is a now a hexa-core monster, bearing six cores and six threads. Moreover, its base clock is 2.8GHz, and it operates at 4GHz with Turbo Boost. 

Meanwhile the Core i5-8600K also squeezes six cores and six threads into the 14nm chip while brandishing base/boost speeds of 3.6GHz and 4.3GHz, respectively.

Last, but not least, on the list are the Intel Core i7-8700 and i7-8700K. The former is yet another six-core demon, albeit with double the number of threads as the i5-8600K. Its overclockable analogue, the Intel Core i7-8700K, poses a threat to the AMD Ryzen 7 1800X, sporting six cores, 12 threads and base/boost clock speeds of 3.7GHz/4.7GHz.

That’s it for now. Though we've gotten our first batch of 8th-generation Coffee Lake CPUs, there will inevitably be more coming to this lineup. Coffee Lake for laptops is still up in the air as are the inevitable Coffee Lake X chips. 

There still a ton of news to come. Per our usual advice, we encourage you return to this page periodically for in-depth coverage of the latest Intel Coffee Lake reveals.

Joe Osborne has also contributed to this report

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Intel 14nm Coffee Lake and 10nm Cannonlake To Coexist in 2018

Intel is planning to launch their first 6 core mainstream processors in 2018 with a new family of CPUs known as Coffee Lake. Based on the 14nm node, Coffee Lake will be the first mainstream processor family which will see a bump in the total number of cores since their first Core 2 Extreme era processors. While Intel’s HEDT lineup has seen a significant increase in cores, it’s finally time that Intel has decided to bump up the number on their main stream family.

Intel’s 14nm Coffee Lake and 10nm Cannonlake CPUs would coexist in 2018. (Image Credits: PCWatch)

Just in case you are worried about a potential delay of 10nm chips, then there’s no need to worry. The roadmap posted by PCWatch is very clear and shows 14nm Kaby Lake (Tock+) being replaced by 10nm Cannonlake (Tick) in second half of 2017. Cannonlake would first launch in two variants initially, the Y-Series chips featuring 2 core modules and GT2 graphics featured in Core M processors and the U-Series chips that also feature 2 cores along with GT2 graphics.

The difference between these chips will be clock speeds and TDPs. While both are based on 10nm Cannonlake architecture, the Y-Series SKUs have TDPs under 5W and branded as Core M processors. The U-Series processor has TDP ranging for 15-28W and is branded under the regular Core i7 / Core i5 processors. The U-Series chips are found in several laptops and notebook designs while the Core M series is aimed at Ultrabooks and ultra low power devices.

Intel killed off its Tick-Tock strategy in favor of three year process technology cadence!

Now here’s the interesting part, we know that Cannonlake is based on a entirely new process node and is going to launch in late mid-2017 but Intel plans to keep on updating their 14nm family of processors. We considered Kaby Lake to be the last 14nm family of CPUs but that doesn’t seem to be the case. In fact, Intel will extend the 14nm process to at least one more family in 2018, a year after their Kaby Lake launch. This family will be known as Coffee Lake.

Intel’s Coffee Lake 14nm CPUs Will Ship in Y-Series and U-Series SKUs

The 14nm Coffee Lake family has been referenced in a memo from Intel. While they haven’t been discussed publicly, it seems like a roadmap detailing the new family has appeared on the web. The memo we are talking about is from Intel’s new President, Murthy Renduchintala, whose memo listed a total of six products, all still in development (via Oregonlive):

  • Kaby Lake, the code name for a new microprocessor due to begin production late this year using Intel’s current 14-nanometer technology.
  • Cannon Lake, Intel’s first 10nm microprocessor, due late in 2017.
  • Ice Lake, the second generation of 10nm technology
  • Intel’s forthcoming 7560 baseband modem, a future generation of mobile wireless technology.
  • The memo referenced two other products – Coffee Lake and Glenview – that Intel hasn’t discussed publicly.

We know much about Kaby Lake and Cannonlake chips which are the upcoming family of processors from the silicon giant. Ice lake and Tiger Lake which are part of Intel’s next-gen 10nm processors have also shown up in several leaks but this is the first time we are getting detailed information on Coffee Lake.

Intel’s 14nm and 10nm products have faced numerous delays due to difficulties involved in fabricating smaller process nodes.

According to the roadmap, Coffee Lake will make use of the most advanced 14nm process node which will be optimized beyond Kaby Lake series. These chips will co-exist with 10nm Cannonlake processors and offered in both U-Series and U-Series SKUs. We are looking at 6 core chips with GT3e graphics in the H-Series line up and up to 2 cores in the U-Series lineup with GT3e graphics.

Giving a more closer look, we can see what’s happening here, Coffee Lake appears to feature GT3e graphics while Cannonlake series offers GT2 graphics. The GT3e graphics chips means that these will feature eDRAM cache for higher on-chip bandwidth which will allow faster graphics and compute processing capabilities on laptops and low-power devices. The H-series lineup is the more performance oriented lineup aimed at high performance notebooks and with the Multi-Core Era upon us with the emergence of low-level APIs such as DirectX 12 and Vulkan, we can finally see good scaling on mobility platforms.

Coffee lake sounds great but why Intel is launching two different families at the same time still needs to be answered. It is mentioned that Intel has had much experience with 14nm process node and considering that the 10nm process won’t have great yields when it’s available in 2018, it’s better to built large chip dies on an existing yet matured and optimized process node which is 14nm.

Intel’s Cannonlake would be the first CPU family to feature 10nm process node when it arrives in 2017.

The only chips that Intel will be offering in 2018 in Cannonlake generation will start off with U and Y-Series SKUs which are small dies consisting of GT2 graphics and dual cores. The GT3e graphics with embedded DRAM that serves as L4 cache and use of up to 6 core variants requires good yields which won’t be the case with 10nm initially. Even as of right now, Intel has yet to offer Skylake quad core chips with GT4e graphics although its been almost a year since they were announced. 10nm and 14nm would co-exist for the mainstream family in 2018 but merged together with 10nm Ice lake family which arrives in late 2018 or early 2019.

It isn’t confirmed if Intel plans to offer Coffee Lake 6 core chips on mainstream desktop platforms but there’s a high possibility that would launch such chips on LGA sockets. For more information on Kaby Lake-S and Kaby Lake-X processors, visit this link. We will have more information on Cannonlake and Coffee Lake processors as their production commences.

Intel CPU Generation Comparison:

 Intel Sandy Bridge PlatformIntel Ivy Bridge PlatformIntel Haswell PlatformIntel Broadwell PlatformIntel Skylake PlatformIntel Kaby Lake PlatformIntel Coffee Lake PlatformIntel Ice Lake Platform
Processor ArchitectureSandy BridgeIvy BridgeHaswellBroadwellSkylakeKaby LakeCoffee LakeIce Lake?
Processor Process32nm22nm22nm14nm14nm14nm14nm10nm
Processors Cores (Max)4444446/8?8?
Platform Chipset6-Series “Cougar Point”7-Series “Panther Point”8-Series “Lynx Point”9-Series “Wild Cat Point”100-Series “Sunrise Point”200-Series “Union Point”300-Series300-Series
Platform SocketLGA 1155LGA 1155LGA 1150LGA 1150LGA 1151LGA 1151LGA 1151LGA 1151?
Memory SupportDDR3DDR3DDR3DDR3DDR4/DDR3LDDR4/DDR3LDDR4DDR4
TDPs35-95W35-77W35-84W65W35-91W35-91W35-95WTBA
ThunderboltYesYesYesYesYesYesYesYes
PlatformDesktop LGADesktop LGADesktop LGADesktop LGADesktop LGADesktop LGADesktop LGADesktop LGA
Launch201120122013-201420152015201720172018

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Coffee Lake - Microarchitectures - Intel

G4900CeleronCoffee Lake S222 MiB

2,048 KiB 2,097,152 B 0.00195 GiB

51 W

51,000 mW 0.0684 hp 0.051 kW

3.1 GHz

3,100 MHz 3,100,000 kHz

64 GiB

65,536 MiB 67,108,864 KiB 68,719,476,736 B 0.0625 TiB

UHD Graphics 610✘✘G4900TCeleronCoffee Lake S222 MiB

2,048 KiB 2,097,152 B 0.00195 GiB

35 W

35,000 mW 0.0469 hp 0.035 kW

64 GiB

65,536 MiB 67,108,864 KiB 68,719,476,736 B 0.0625 TiB

UHD Graphics 610✘✘G4920CeleronCoffee Lake S222 MiB

2,048 KiB 2,097,152 B 0.00195 GiB

51 W

51,000 mW 0.0684 hp 0.051 kW

3.2 GHz

3,200 MHz 3,200,000 kHz

64 GiB

65,536 MiB 67,108,864 KiB 68,719,476,736 B 0.0625 TiB

UHD Graphics 610✘✘G4930CeleronCoffee Lake S222 MiB

2,048 KiB 2,097,152 B 0.00195 GiB

51 W

51,000 mW 0.0684 hp 0.051 kW

64 GiB

65,536 MiB 67,108,864 KiB 68,719,476,736 B 0.0625 TiB

UHD Graphics 610✘✘G4930TCeleronCoffee Lake S222 MiB

2,048 KiB 2,097,152 B 0.00195 GiB

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35,000 mW 0.0469 hp 0.035 kW

64 GiB

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UHD Graphics 610✘✘G4950CeleronCoffee Lake S222 MiB

2,048 KiB 2,097,152 B 0.00195 GiB

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51,000 mW 0.0684 hp 0.051 kW

64 GiB

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UHD Graphics 610✘✘i3-8000Core i3Coffee Lake S446 MiB

6,144 KiB 6,291,456 B 0.00586 GiB

51 W

51,000 mW 0.0684 hp 0.051 kW

64 GiB

65,536 MiB 67,108,864 KiB 68,719,476,736 B 0.0625 TiB

UHD Graphics 630✘✘i3-8000TCore i3Coffee Lake S446 MiB

6,144 KiB 6,291,456 B 0.00586 GiB

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UHD Graphics 630✘✘i3-8020Core i3Coffee Lake S446 MiB

6,144 KiB 6,291,456 B 0.00586 GiB

51 W

51,000 mW 0.0684 hp 0.051 kW

64 GiB

65,536 MiB 67,108,864 KiB 68,719,476,736 B 0.0625 TiB

UHD Graphics 630✘✘i3-8020TCore i3Coffee Lake S446 MiB

6,144 KiB 6,291,456 B 0.00586 GiB

35 W

35,000 mW 0.0469 hp 0.035 kW

64 GiB

65,536 MiB 67,108,864 KiB 68,719,476,736 B 0.0625 TiB

UHD Graphics 630✘✘i3-81005 October 2017$ 117.00

€ 105.30 £ 94.77 ¥ 12,089.61

Core i3Coffee LakeCoffee Lake S446 MiB

6,144 KiB 6,291,456 B 0.00586 GiB

65 W

65,000 mW 0.0872 hp 0.065 kW

3.6 GHz

3,600 MHz 3,600,000 kHz

64 GiB

65,536 MiB 67,108,864 KiB 68,719,476,736 B 0.0625 TiB

UHD Graphics 630350 MHz

0.35 GHz 350,000 KHz

1,100 MHz

1.1 GHz 1,100,000 KHz

✘✘i3-8100T$ 117.00

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Core i3Coffee Lake S446 MiB

6,144 KiB 6,291,456 B 0.00586 GiB

35 W

35,000 mW 0.0469 hp 0.035 kW

64 GiB

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UHD Graphics 630✘✘i3-8120Core i3Coffee Lake S446 MiB

6,144 KiB 6,291,456 B 0.00586 GiB

51 W

51,000 mW 0.0684 hp 0.051 kW

64 GiB

65,536 MiB 67,108,864 KiB 68,719,476,736 B 0.0625 TiB

UHD Graphics 630✘✘i3-8120TCore i3Coffee Lake S446 MiB

6,144 KiB 6,291,456 B 0.00586 GiB

35 W

35,000 mW 0.0469 hp 0.035 kW

64 GiB

65,536 MiB 67,108,864 KiB 68,719,476,736 B 0.0625 TiB

UHD Graphics 630✘✘i3-8300Core i3Coffee Lake S448 MiB

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51 W

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64 GiB

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35,000 mW 0.0469 hp 0.035 kW

64 GiB

65,536 MiB 67,108,864 KiB 68,719,476,736 B 0.0625 TiB

UHD Graphics 630✘✘i3-8320Core i3Coffee Lake S446 MiB

6,144 KiB 6,291,456 B 0.00586 GiB

51 W

51,000 mW 0.0684 hp 0.051 kW

64 GiB

65,536 MiB 67,108,864 KiB 68,719,476,736 B 0.0625 TiB

UHD Graphics 630✘✘i3-8320TCore i3Coffee Lake S446 MiB

6,144 KiB 6,291,456 B 0.00586 GiB

35 W

35,000 mW 0.0469 hp 0.035 kW

64 GiB

65,536 MiB 67,108,864 KiB 68,719,476,736 B 0.0625 TiB

UHD Graphics 630✘✘i3-8350K5 October 2017$ 168.00

€ 151.20 £ 136.08 ¥ 17,359.44

Core i3Coffee LakeCoffee Lake S448 MiB

8,192 KiB 8,388,608 B 0.00781 GiB

91 W

91,000 mW 0.122 hp 0.091 kW

4 GHz

4,000 MHz 4,000,000 kHz

64 GiB

65,536 MiB 67,108,864 KiB 68,719,476,736 B 0.0625 TiB

UHD Graphics 630350 MHz

0.35 GHz 350,000 KHz

1,150 MHz

1.15 GHz 1,150,000 KHz

✘✘i3-9000Core i3Coffee Lake R488 MiB

8,192 KiB 8,388,608 B 0.00781 GiB

65 W

65,000 mW 0.0872 hp 0.065 kW

64 GiB

65,536 MiB 67,108,864 KiB 68,719,476,736 B 0.0625 TiB

✘✘i3-9000TCore i3Coffee Lake R488 MiB

8,192 KiB 8,388,608 B 0.00781 GiB

35 W

35,000 mW 0.0469 hp 0.035 kW

64 GiB

65,536 MiB 67,108,864 KiB 68,719,476,736 B 0.0625 TiB

✘✘i3-9100Core i3Coffee Lake R488 MiB

8,192 KiB 8,388,608 B 0.00781 GiB

65 W

65,000 mW 0.0872 hp 0.065 kW

64 GiB

65,536 MiB 67,108,864 KiB 68,719,476,736 B 0.0625 TiB

✘✘i3-9100TCore i3Coffee Lake R488 MiB

8,192 KiB 8,388,608 B 0.00781 GiB

35 W

35,000 mW 0.0469 hp 0.035 kW

64 GiB

65,536 MiB 67,108,864 KiB 68,719,476,736 B 0.0625 TiB

✘✘i3-9300Core i3Coffee Lake R488 MiB

8,192 KiB 8,388,608 B 0.00781 GiB

65 W

65,000 mW 0.0872 hp 0.065 kW

64 GiB

65,536 MiB 67,108,864 KiB 68,719,476,736 B 0.0625 TiB

✘✘i3-9300TCore i3Coffee Lake R488 MiB

8,192 KiB 8,388,608 B 0.00781 GiB

35 W

35,000 mW 0.0469 hp 0.035 kW

64 GiB

65,536 MiB 67,108,864 KiB 68,719,476,736 B 0.0625 TiB

✘✘i5-8300HCore i5Coffee Lake H488 MiB

8,192 KiB 8,388,608 B 0.00781 GiB

45 W

45,000 mW 0.0603 hp 0.045 kW

2.3 GHz

2,300 MHz 2,300,000 kHz

4 GHz

4,000 MHz 4,000,000 kHz

4 GHz

4,000 MHz 4,000,000 kHz

3.9 GHz

3,900 MHz 3,900,000 kHz

64 GiB

65,536 MiB 67,108,864 KiB 68,719,476,736 B 0.0625 TiB

UHD Graphics 630350 MHz

0.35 GHz 350,000 KHz

✔✔i5-84005 October 2017$ 182.00

€ 163.80 £ 147.42 ¥ 18,806.06

Core i5Coffee LakeCoffee Lake S669 MiB

9,216 KiB 9,437,184 B 0.00879 GiB

65 W

65,000 mW 0.0872 hp 0.065 kW

2.8 GHz

2,800 MHz 2,800,000 kHz

4 GHz

4,000 MHz 4,000,000 kHz

3.9 GHz

3,900 MHz 3,900,000 kHz

3.9 GHz

3,900 MHz 3,900,000 kHz

3.8 GHz

3,800 MHz 3,800,000 kHz

64 GiB

65,536 MiB 67,108,864 KiB 68,719,476,736 B 0.0625 TiB

UHD Graphics 630350 MHz

0.35 GHz 350,000 KHz

1,050 MHz

1.05 GHz 1,050,000 KHz

✔✘i5-8400B$ 182.00

€ 163.80 £ 147.42 ¥ 18,806.06

Core i5Coffee Lake S669 MiB

9,216 KiB 9,437,184 B 0.00879 GiB

64 GiB

65,536 MiB 67,108,864 KiB 68,719,476,736 B 0.0625 TiB

✘✘i5-8400HCore i5Coffee Lake H488 MiB

8,192 KiB 8,388,608 B 0.00781 GiB

45 W

45,000 mW 0.0603 hp 0.045 kW

2.5 GHz

2,500 MHz 2,500,000 kHz

4.2 GHz

4,200 MHz 4,200,000 kHz

4.2 GHz

4,200 MHz 4,200,000 kHz

4.1 GHz

4,100 MHz 4,100,000 kHz

64 GiB

65,536 MiB 67,108,864 KiB 68,719,476,736 B 0.0625 TiB

UHD Graphics 630350 MHz

0.35 GHz 350,000 KHz

✔✘i5-8400T$ 182.00

€ 163.80 £ 147.42 ¥ 18,806.06

Core i5Coffee Lake S669 MiB

9,216 KiB 9,437,184 B 0.00879 GiB

35 W

35,000 mW 0.0469 hp 0.035 kW

64 GiB

65,536 MiB 67,108,864 KiB 68,719,476,736 B 0.0625 TiB

UHD Graphics 630✔✘i5-8420Core i5Coffee Lake S669 MiB

9,216 KiB 9,437,184 B 0.00879 GiB

65 W

65,000 mW 0.0872 hp 0.065 kW

64 GiB

65,536 MiB 67,108,864 KiB 68,719,476,736 B 0.0625 TiB

UHD Graphics 630✔✘i5-8420TCore i5Coffee Lake S669 MiB

9,216 KiB 9,437,184 B 0.00879 GiB

35 W

35,000 mW 0.0469 hp 0.035 kW

64 GiB

65,536 MiB 67,108,864 KiB 68,719,476,736 B 0.0625 TiB

UHD Graphics 630✔✘i5-8500Core i5Coffee Lake S669 MiB

9,216 KiB 9,437,184 B 0.00879 GiB

65 W

65,000 mW 0.0872 hp 0.065 kW

3 GHz

3,000 MHz 3,000,000 kHz

64 GiB

65,536 MiB 67,108,864 KiB 68,719,476,736 B 0.0625 TiB

UHD Graphics 630✔✘i5-8500BCore i5Coffee Lake S669 MiB

9,216 KiB 9,437,184 B 0.00879 GiB

64 GiB

65,536 MiB 67,108,864 KiB 68,719,476,736 B 0.0625 TiB

✘✘i5-8500TCore i5Coffee Lake S669 MiB

9,216 KiB 9,437,184 B 0.00879 GiB

35 W

35,000 mW 0.0469 hp 0.035 kW

64 GiB

65,536 MiB 67,108,864 KiB 68,719,476,736 B 0.0625 TiB

UHD Graphics 630✔✘i5-8550Core i5Coffee Lake S669 MiB

9,216 KiB 9,437,184 B 0.00879 GiB

65 W

65,000 mW 0.0872 hp 0.065 kW

64 GiB

65,536 MiB 67,108,864 KiB 68,719,476,736 B 0.0625 TiB

UHD Graphics 630✔✘i5-8600Core i5Coffee LakeCoffee Lake S669 MiB

9,216 KiB 9,437,184 B 0.00879 GiB

65 W

65,000 mW 0.0872 hp 0.065 kW

3.1 GHz

3,100 MHz 3,100,000 kHz

64 GiB

65,536 MiB 67,108,864 KiB 68,719,476,736 B 0.0625 TiB

UHD Graphics 630350 MHz

0.35 GHz 350,000 KHz

1,150 MHz

1.15 GHz 1,150,000 KHz

✔✘i5-8600K5 October 2017$ 257.00

€ 231.30 £ 208.17 ¥ 26,555.81

Core i5Coffee LakeCoffee Lake S669 MiB

9,216 KiB 9,437,184 B 0.00879 GiB

95 W

95,000 mW 0.127 hp 0.095 kW

3.6 GHz

3,600 MHz 3,600,000 kHz

4.3 GHz

4,300 MHz 4,300,000 kHz

4.2 GHz

4,200 MHz 4,200,000 kHz

4.2 GHz

4,200 MHz 4,200,000 kHz

4.1 GHz

4,100 MHz 4,100,000 kHz

64 GiB

65,536 MiB 67,108,864 KiB 68,719,476,736 B 0.0625 TiB

UHD Graphics 630350 MHz

0.35 GHz 350,000 KHz

1,150 MHz

1.15 GHz 1,150,000 KHz

✔✘i5-8650Core i5Coffee Lake S669 MiB

9,216 KiB 9,437,184 B 0.00879 GiB

65 W

65,000 mW 0.0872 hp 0.065 kW

64 GiB

65,536 MiB 67,108,864 KiB 68,719,476,736 B 0.0625 TiB

UHD Graphics 630✔✘i5-8650KCore i5Coffee Lake S669 MiB

9,216 KiB 9,437,184 B 0.00879 GiB

64 GiB

65,536 MiB 67,108,864 KiB 68,719,476,736 B 0.0625 TiB

UHD Graphics 630✔✘i5-9400Core i5Coffee Lake R61212 MiB

12,288 KiB 12,582,912 B 0.0117 GiB

65 W

65,000 mW 0.0872 hp 0.065 kW

64 GiB

65,536 MiB 67,108,864 KiB 68,719,476,736 B 0.0625 TiB

✘✘i5-9400TCore i5Coffee Lake R61212 MiB

12,288 KiB 12,582,912 B 0.0117 GiB

35 W

35,000 mW 0.0469 hp 0.035 kW

64 GiB

65,536 MiB 67,108,864 KiB 68,719,476,736 B 0.0625 TiB

✘✘i5-9500Core i5Coffee Lake R61212 MiB

12,288 KiB 12,582,912 B 0.0117 GiB

65 W

65,000 mW 0.0872 hp 0.065 kW

64 GiB

65,536 MiB 67,108,864 KiB 68,719,476,736 B 0.0625 TiB

✘✘i5-9600Core i5Coffee Lake R61212 MiB

12,288 KiB 12,582,912 B 0.0117 GiB

65 W

65,000 mW 0.0872 hp 0.065 kW

64 GiB

65,536 MiB 67,108,864 KiB 68,719,476,736 B 0.0625 TiB

✘✘i5-9600KCore i5Coffee Lake R61212 MiB

12,288 KiB 12,582,912 B 0.0117 GiB

95 W

95,000 mW 0.127 hp 0.095 kW

64 GiB

65,536 MiB 67,108,864 KiB 68,719,476,736 B 0.0625 TiB

✘✘i7-8670Core i7Coffee Lake S61212 MiB

12,288 KiB 12,582,912 B 0.0117 GiB

65 W

65,000 mW 0.0872 hp 0.065 kW

64 GiB

65,536 MiB 67,108,864 KiB 68,719,476,736 B 0.0625 TiB

UHD Graphics 630✔✔i7-8670TCore i7Coffee Lake S61212 MiB

12,288 KiB 12,582,912 B 0.0117 GiB

35 W

35,000 mW 0.0469 hp 0.035 kW

64 GiB

65,536 MiB 67,108,864 KiB 68,719,476,736 B 0.0625 TiB

UHD Graphics 630✔✔i7-87005 October 2017$ 303.00

€ 272.70 £ 245.43 ¥ 31,308.99

Core i7Coffee LakeCoffee Lake S61212 MiB

12,288 KiB 12,582,912 B 0.0117 GiB

65 W

65,000 mW 0.0872 hp 0.065 kW

3.2 GHz

3,200 MHz 3,200,000 kHz

4.6 GHz

4,600 MHz 4,600,000 kHz

4.5 GHz

4,500 MHz 4,500,000 kHz

4.3 GHz

4,300 MHz 4,300,000 kHz

4.3 GHz

4,300 MHz 4,300,000 kHz

64 GiB

65,536 MiB 67,108,864 KiB 68,719,476,736 B 0.0625 TiB

UHD Graphics 630350 MHz

0.35 GHz 350,000 KHz

1,200 MHz

1.2 GHz 1,200,000 KHz

✔✔i7-8700B$ 303.00

€ 272.70 £ 245.43 ¥ 31,308.99

Core i7Coffee Lake S61212 MiB

12,288 KiB 12,582,912 B 0.0117 GiB

64 GiB

65,536 MiB 67,108,864 KiB 68,719,476,736 B 0.0625 TiB

✘✘i7-8700K5 October 2017$ 359.00

€ 323.10 £ 290.79 ¥ 37,095.47

Core i7Coffee LakeCoffee Lake S61212 MiB

12,288 KiB 12,582,912 B 0.0117 GiB

95 W

95,000 mW 0.127 hp 0.095 kW

3.7 GHz

3,700 MHz 3,700,000 kHz

4.7 GHz

4,700 MHz 4,700,000 kHz

4.6 GHz

4,600 MHz 4,600,000 kHz

4.4 GHz

4,400 MHz 4,400,000 kHz

4.3 GHz

4,300 MHz 4,300,000 kHz

64 GiB

65,536 MiB 67,108,864 KiB 68,719,476,736 B 0.0625 TiB

UHD Graphics 630350 MHz

0.35 GHz 350,000 KHz

1,200 MHz

1.2 GHz 1,200,000 KHz

✔✔i7-8700T$ 303.00

€ 272.70 £ 245.43 ¥ 31,308.99

Core i7Coffee Lake S61212 MiB

12,288 KiB 12,582,912 B 0.0117 GiB

35 W

35,000 mW 0.0469 hp 0.035 kW

64 GiB

65,536 MiB 67,108,864 KiB 68,719,476,736 B 0.0625 TiB

UHD Graphics 630✔✔i7-8750HCore i7Coffee Lake H6129 MiB

9,216 KiB 9,437,184 B 0.00879 GiB

45 W

45,000 mW 0.0603 hp 0.045 kW

2.2 GHz

2,200 MHz 2,200,000 kHz

4.1 GHz

4,100 MHz 4,100,000 kHz

3.9 GHz

3,900 MHz 3,900,000 kHz

64 GiB

65,536 MiB 67,108,864 KiB 68,719,476,736 B 0.0625 TiB

UHD Graphics 630350 MHz

0.35 GHz 350,000 KHz

✔✔i7-8850HCore i7Coffee Lake H6129 MiB

9,216 KiB 9,437,184 B 0.00879 GiB

45 W

45,000 mW 0.0603 hp 0.045 kW

2.6 GHz

2,600 MHz 2,600,000 kHz

4.3 GHz

4,300 MHz 4,300,000 kHz

4 GHz

4,000 MHz 4,000,000 kHz

64 GiB

65,536 MiB 67,108,864 KiB 68,719,476,736 B 0.0625 TiB

UHD Graphics 630350 MHz

0.35 GHz 350,000 KHz

✔✔i7-9700KCore i7Coffee Lake R81616 MiB

16,384 KiB 16,777,216 B 0.0156 GiB

95 W

95,000 mW 0.127 hp 0.095 kW

64 GiB

65,536 MiB 67,108,864 KiB 68,719,476,736 B 0.0625 TiB

✘✘i9-8950HKCore i9Coffee Lake H61212 MiB

12,288 KiB 12,582,912 B 0.0117 GiB

65 W

65,000 mW 0.0872 hp 0.065 kW

2.9 GHz

2,900 MHz 2,900,000 kHz

4.8 GHz

4,800 MHz 4,800,000 kHz

4.3 GHz

4,300 MHz 4,300,000 kHz

64 GiB

65,536 MiB 67,108,864 KiB 68,719,476,736 B 0.0625 TiB

UHD Graphics 630350 MHz

0.35 GHz 350,000 KHz

✔✔G5400Pentium GoldCoffee Lake S244 MiB

4,096 KiB 4,194,304 B 0.00391 GiB

3.7 GHz

3,700 MHz 3,700,000 kHz

64 GiB

65,536 MiB 67,108,864 KiB 68,719,476,736 B 0.0625 TiB

UHD Graphics 610✘✔G5400TPentium GoldCoffee Lake S244 MiB

4,096 KiB 4,194,304 B 0.00391 GiB

35 W

35,000 mW 0.0469 hp 0.035 kW

64 GiB

65,536 MiB 67,108,864 KiB 68,719,476,736 B 0.0625 TiB

UHD Graphics 610350 MHz

0.35 GHz 350,000 KHz

1,000 MHz

1 GHz 1,000,000 KHz

✘✔G5420Pentium GoldCoffee Lake S244 MiB

4,096 KiB 4,194,304 B 0.00391 GiB

64 GiB

65,536 MiB 67,108,864 KiB 68,719,476,736 B 0.0625 TiB

UHD Graphics 610✘✔G5420TPentium GoldCoffee Lake S244 MiB

4,096 KiB 4,194,304 B 0.00391 GiB

35 W

35,000 mW 0.0469 hp 0.035 kW

64 GiB

65,536 MiB 67,108,864 KiB 68,719,476,736 B 0.0625 TiB

UHD Graphics 610✘✔G5500Pentium GoldCoffee Lake S244 MiB

4,096 KiB 4,194,304 B 0.00391 GiB

3.8 GHz

3,800 MHz 3,800,000 kHz

64 GiB

65,536 MiB 67,108,864 KiB 68,719,476,736 B 0.0625 TiB

UHD Graphics 610✘✔G5500TPentium GoldCoffee Lake S244 MiB

4,096 KiB 4,194,304 B 0.00391 GiB

35 W

35,000 mW 0.0469 hp 0.035 kW

64 GiB

65,536 MiB 67,108,864 KiB 68,719,476,736 B 0.0625 TiB

UHD Graphics 610✘✔G5600Pentium GoldCoffee Lake S244 MiB

4,096 KiB 4,194,304 B 0.00391 GiB

3.9 GHz

3,900 MHz 3,900,000 kHz

64 GiB

65,536 MiB 67,108,864 KiB 68,719,476,736 B 0.0625 TiB

UHD Graphics 610✘✔G5600TPentium GoldCoffee Lake S244 MiB

4,096 KiB 4,194,304 B 0.00391 GiB

35 W

35,000 mW 0.0469 hp 0.035 kW

64 GiB

65,536 MiB 67,108,864 KiB 68,719,476,736 B 0.0625 TiB

UHD Graphics 610✘✔G5620Pentium GoldCoffee Lake S244 MiB

4,096 KiB 4,194,304 B 0.00391 GiB

64 GiB

65,536 MiB 67,108,864 KiB 68,719,476,736 B 0.0625 TiB

UHD Graphics 610✘✔E-2176MXeon ECoffee LakeCoffee Lake H61212 MiB

12,288 KiB 12,582,912 B 0.0117 GiB

45 W

45,000 mW 0.0603 hp 0.045 kW

2.7 GHz

2,700 MHz 2,700,000 kHz

4.4 GHz

4,400 MHz 4,400,000 kHz

4.1 GHz

4,100 MHz 4,100,000 kHz

64 GiB

65,536 MiB 67,108,864 KiB 68,719,476,736 B 0.0625 TiB

UHD Graphics 630350 MHz

0.35 GHz 350,000 KHz

✔✔E-2186MXeon ECoffee LakeCoffee Lake H61212 MiB

12,288 KiB 12,582,912 B 0.0117 GiB

45 W

45,000 mW 0.0603 hp 0.045 kW

2.9 GHz

2,900 MHz 2,900,000 kHz

4.3 GHz

4,300 MHz 4,300,000 kHz

4.8 GHz

4,800 MHz 4,800,000 kHz

64 GiB

65,536 MiB 67,108,864 KiB 68,719,476,736 B 0.0625 TiB

UHD Graphics 630350 MHz

0.35 GHz 350,000 KHz

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Intel 8th Gen Coffee Lake 6 Core Processor Specifications Detailed

First listings of Intel’s upcoming Coffee Lake 6 core and 4 core processors have been sighted. The new processors were spotted in Sisoftware database and are part of the desktop and embedded platforms.

Intel Coffee Lake Desktop 6 Core and Embedded 4 Core Processors Detailed

With Intel pushing ahead the the launch of their next generation processor families in response to AMD’s Ryzen processors, we are finally starting to get new info on Intel’s mainstream and high-end desktop CPU platforms. The new processor platforms are scheduled to launch sometime in mid of 2017. First up will be the high-end Skylake X and Kaby Lake X CPU families which will range from 4, 6, 8 , 10 and 12 core SKUs. The more mainstream desktop oriented family will arrive after that in the form of Coffee Lake S. This line up will feature Intel’s first 6 core mainstream processor.

Intel Coffee Lake chips were previously going to launch in January 2018 (CES). But recent AMD launches have pushed Intel to shake up their launch roadmap. The recent reports have suggested that Coffee Lake chips can launch as early as August, at GamesCom 2017. The new Coffee Lake chips will launch alongside the Z370 chipset based motherboards and would be followed by the h470 and B360/h410 chipsets at the end of 2017 or early 2018.

Intel Coffee Lake S 6 Core Part Could be a Core i5 Processors – Features No Hyper Threading, Up To 3.50 GHz Clock Speed on Engineering Sample

The first processor I think most users would be interested to learn about is the Coffee Lake S 6 core part. This is Intel’s first 6 core, mainstream and consumer oriented processor. The processor carries some very interesting specifications. First of all, it’s a 6 core part that features no hyper-threading. It comes with 3.5 GHz base clock and no turbo boost speed is mentioned. My guess is that we are looking at a engineering sample and final chip will ship with higher clock speeds.

The chip features 1.5 MB of L2 cache (6 x 256 KB) and 9 MB of L3 cache. Now the first thing someone will say is that how do we know this is an actual Coffee Lake processor? Well, it’s quite easy to tell. First, the chip we are looking at was running on a Kaby Lake-S client platform. Kaby Lake-S is the mainstream line which currently supports Skylake and Kaby Lake consumer processors. This is not the HEDT line which should have the Kaby Lake-X codename. Also, the high-end 6 core Broadwell-E parts feature up to 20 MB of L3 cache whereas this processor has less than halve of it.

The cache also tells us a lot about this processor. We know from previous Intel architectures that each core has 2 MB of L3 cache and the entire cache is shared across all cores. A 4 core, 8 thread Kaby Lake chip featured 8 MB of L3 cache. So this chip should have theoretically featured 12 MB of L3 cache that would be shared across all cores. But since this is a disabled chip since it doesn’t feature hyper-thread, the conclusion is that we are looking at a Core i5 series 6 core chip. Intel isn’t making big changes with Coffee Lake and since the design heirarchy is mostly similar to Kaby Lake, a Core i5 chip with disabled design should feature 9 MB of L3 cache. A disable Kaby Lake Core i5-7600K chip also featured less cache of 6 MB compared to 8 MB L3 cache on the Core i7-7700K chip.

Intel Coffee Lake S 6 Core Processors Specs (Preliminary):

CPU NameIntel Core i5-7600KIntel Core i5-8600KIntel Core i7-7700KIntel Core i7-8700K
CPU FamilyKaby Lake-SCoffee Lake-SKaby Lake-SCoffee Lake-S
CPU Process14nm14nm14nm14nm
CPU Cores4646
CPU Threads46812
Base Clock3.8 GHz3.50 GHz 4.2 GHz3.7 GHz
Boost Clock4.2 GHzTBA4.5 GHzTBA
L2 Cache1 MB (256 KB per Core)1.5 MB (256 KB per Core)1 MB (256 KB per Core)1.5 MB (256 KB per Core)
L3 Cache6 MB9 MB8 MB12 MB
Unlocked DesignYesYesYesYes
Socket SupportLGA 1151LGA 1151?LGA 1151LGA 1151?
PCH200-Series300-Series200-Series300-Series
TDP91W95W91W95W

Are Intel Coffee Lake Processors Compatible With LGA 1151 Socket and 200-Series PCH?

This also brings us to the next interesting detail we are getting from this listing. The specific 6 core Coffee Lake part was tested on the Kaby Lake-S client system. Kaby Lake-S platform means that the chip was ran off a 200-series PCH based motherboard. If true, Coffee Lake would retain compatibility not only with the LGA 1151 socket but also currently available motherboards.

As with the previous generation, Skylake and Kaby Lake processors are compatible with both 100 and 200 series motherboards. While AIB partners of Intel will refresh their product stack with the new 300-series chipset, it is highly possible that they will still offer BIOS updates allowing compatibility of Coffee Lake chips on 200-series motherboards. This would allow users a very easy and affordable upgrade path to newer 6 core chips.

Intel Coffee Lake R (Embedded) Core i7 Processor Features 4 Cores and 8 Threads

Finally, we have an embedded chip based on the Coffee Lake architecture. This chip features 4 cores, 8 threads and a clock speed up to 2.11 GHz (base clock is 1.90 GHz). This chip comes with 8 MB L3 cache and was tested on a Kaby Lake R client system which refers to the embedded platform. The specifications listed for this chip confirm that it is a new processor which will be branded under the Core i7 family and come with a new 8th generation naming scheme.

These listings more or less confirm the rumors that Intel have pushed ahead the launch of their processor lineups. We can see Coffee Lake chips on consumer platforms as early as August 2017 with engineering samples of the new 300-series chipset based motherboards being shown off at Computex in June 2017.

Intel CPU Generation Comparison:

 Intel Sandy Bridge PlatformIntel Ivy Bridge PlatformIntel Haswell PlatformIntel Broadwell PlatformIntel Skylake PlatformIntel Kaby Lake PlatformIntel Coffee Lake PlatformIntel Ice Lake Platform
Processor ArchitectureSandy BridgeIvy BridgeHaswellBroadwellSkylakeKaby LakeCoffee LakeIce Lake?
Processor Process32nm22nm22nm14nm14nm14nm14nm10nm
Processors Cores (Max)4444446/8?8?
Platform Chipset6-Series “Cougar Point”7-Series “Panther Point”8-Series “Lynx Point”9-Series “Wild Cat Point”100-Series “Sunrise Point”200-Series “Union Point”300-Series300-Series
Platform SocketLGA 1155LGA 1155LGA 1150LGA 1150LGA 1151LGA 1151LGA 1151LGA 1151?
Memory SupportDDR3DDR3DDR3DDR3DDR4/DDR3LDDR4/DDR3LDDR4DDR4
TDPs35-95W35-77W35-84W65W35-91W35-91W35-95WTBA
ThunderboltYesYesYesYesYesYesYesYes
PlatformDesktop LGADesktop LGADesktop LGADesktop LGADesktop LGADesktop LGADesktop LGADesktop LGA
Launch201120122013-201420152015201720172018

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8. Nesil Intel Coffee Lake İşlemciler Tanıtıldı, İşte Özellikleri!

8. Nesil Intel Coffee Lake İşlemciler Tanıtıldı, İşte Özellikleri!

Uzun süredir beklenen Intel’in Coffee Lake mimariye sahip 8. nesil işlemcileri, sonunda bugün düzenlenen bir tanıtım ile resmen duyuruldu. Daha fazla çekirdek ile daha yüksek performans vaat eden işlemcilerin özellikleri haberimizde!

AMD’nin yeni Ryzen mimarisiyle beraber uzun süre sonra ciddi bir rakip ile karşılaşan Intel, yeni masaüstü işlemcilerini sonunda tanıttı. 6. nesil Skylake işlemcilerin ikinci kez revize edilmesiyle oluşan Coffee Lake mimarisi, buna karşın bünyesinde Kaby Lake işlemcilerden daha kapsamlı yenilikler barındırıyor. Core i7 ve Core i5 serisi işlemcilerini 6 çekirdeğe yükselten Intel, Core i3‘ü ise çift çekirdekten dört çekirdeğe çıkarmış. Ayrıca standart RAM frekansı da i5 ve i7 için 2666 MHz‘ye yükseltilmiş.

14 nm++ teknolojisi ile üretilen 8. nesil Coffee Lake işlemciler, 7. nesil işlemcilere kıyasla oyun performansında %25, render performansında ise %65‘e varan performans artışı vaat ediyor. Ancak tüm bu güncellemelerin bedeli olarak kullanıcılar anakartlarını güncellemek zorunda gibi görünüyor. Zira yeni işlemciler LGA 1151 soket yapısına sahip olmasına karşın sadece Z370 anakartları destekliyor. Anakart üreticileri de eski ürünleri için BIOS güncellemesi vereceklerini ancak voltaj farkından dolayı tam performans alınamayacağını ifade ediyor. Yani bu noktada karmaşık bir durum var.

Fiyat konusunda ise serinin en zayıf halkası olan i3-8100 117 dolar, en güçlü işlemci olan i7-8700K ise 359 dolarlık tavsiye edilen satış fiyatı ile raflarda olacak. Yeni işlemcilerin 5 Ekim‘de piyasaya sürüleceğini de ekleyelim.

İşlemci Çekirdek/İzlek Standart Frekansı Turbo Frekansı Hyper Threading Önbellek TDP Fiyat
Core i7-8700K 6/12 3.7 GHz 4.7 GHz Var 12 MB L3 95 W 359$
Core i7-8700 6/12 3.2 GHz 4.6 GHz Var 12 MB L3 65 W 303$
Core i5-8600K 6/6 3.6 GHz 4.3 GHz Yok 9 MB L3 95 W 257$
Core i5-8400 6/6 2.8 GHz 4.0 GHz Yok 9 MB L3 65 W 182$
Core i3-8350K 4/4 4.0 GHz Yok Yok 6 MB L3 91 W 168$
Core i3-8100 4/4 3.6 GHz Yok Yok 6 MB L3 65 W 117$

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Intel Coffee Lake Core i7-8700K İşlemci Özellikleri Sızdırıldı

İlk defa

Intel’in yakında çıkacak olan 8. nesil Coffee Lake masaüstü işlemci ailesinin en yeni özellikleri sızdırılmış durumda. En son ayrıntılar birden fazla kaynaktan geliyor ve Intel’in ana akım platformunda ilk kez piyasaya altı çekirdekli işlemciler sunacağını onaylıyor.

Şimdi ayrıntılarla sizi sıkmamak için ilk olarak işin sözel kısmını halledelim. Intel, 8. nesil Coffee Lake S kod adlı yeni masaüstü işlemcilerini kuvvetle muhtemel Ağustos ayında lanse edecek. Bir kez daha firma 14nm işlem sürecinde karşımıza çıkacak fakat bu Kaby Lake’de gördüğümüz gibi olmayacak.

Intel, bu sefer çekirdek sayısını ve ön bellek boyutunu arttıracak. Ana akım masaüstü işlemci pazarında Intel ilk defa 6 çekirdekli işlemcilerini karşımıza sunacak. Yeni işlemciler yeni bir anakart platformuna sahip olacak fakat, mevcut anakartlarla da uyumlu olabilir. Bununla birlikte, Intel, Core i5 ailesine HT desteğini de getiriyor.Şimdi, elimize ulaşan bazı sızıntılar ile bazı işlemciler hakkında fikir sahibiyiz diyebiliriz. Söylentilerde dolaşan ilk işlemci Core i7 8700K. İşlemci, 6 çekirdek ve 12 izlek birime sahip. Taban frekansı 3.7 GHz, tek çekirdekte boost frekansı 4.3 GHz, çift çekirdekte 4.2 ve altı çekirdeğin tamamında ise 4.0 GHz hızlara erişebiliyor, ki bu etkileyici.

İşlemci çift kanal doğal 2400 MHz DDR4 bellek desteğiyle birlikte gelecek ve 12 MB ön L3 önbelleğe sahip olacak. Coffee Lake işlemciler, hali hazırda piyasada bulunan 100 ve 200 serisi anakartlar ile uyumlu olacakmışa benziyor ancak Intel yeni işlemcilerle birlikte Z390 çipsetini de tanıtacak.

Görsellerden de görüleceği üzere Intel, standardı yakalamaya çalışıyor fakat hala psikolojik üstünle AMD’de. Zira AMD, oldukça uygun fiyata 6 ve 8 çekirdekli Ryzen işlemciler sunuyor ve bunlar gerçekten iyi performans sergiliyor. Intel, yeni serisinde fiyatlandırma konusunda umarız daha rekabetçi olur.

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