Intel are rumoured to be releasing Z370 motherboards later this year

Intel are rumoured to be releasing Z370 motherboards later this year

Intel are rumoured to be releasing Z370 motherboards later this year

Intel are rumoured to be releasing Z370 motherboards later this year

 
Rumour has it that Intel is planning to release their new Coffee Lake series of CPUs alongside their new Z370 motherboard platform in Q4 2017, which takes place between the start of October and the end of December. 


Previously, it was suggested that Coffee Lake was moved up for a summer 2017 release but this new rumour suggests that Coffee Lake may arrive later than expected, but still within a year of the launch of Kaby Lake.     

Intel's Z370 platform is expected to come with significant networking updates, with both wired and wireless upgrades. This could mean that Z370 motherboards will have integrated WIFI or perhaps use enhanced versions of the Ethernet standard (2.5Gb, 5GB or 10GB?). 

 

Intel are rumoured to be releasing Z370 motherboards later this year   

 

Intel's Coffee Lake CPUs are expected to launch with up to 6 CPU cores, which will be the highest core count that Intel has ever offered on a mainstream CPU socket. At this time the clock speeds and other improvements that will be included with Coffee Lake are unknown.  

 

You can join the discussion on Intel's Z370 motherboards and Coffee Lake on the OC3D Forums

 

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28-06-2017, 15:47:49

The F34R Channel
In reply to the full article; integrated Wi-Fi and USB 3.1 will not be part of the Z370 launch, but rather the H1: 2018 Z390 boards, with those two features apparently being the only difference between the boards.

I'm still skeptical about Intel moving CFL forward (August) and then suddenly it's Oct-Dec (for the boards at least). With Intel saying at Computex they'd be introducing CFL come August I am curious what they mean by 'introducing'. It depends on whether it's a hard or paper launch, however with the latter I cannot fathom confirming a chip in August and then saying it won't be available in the next quarter. Still hoping for August for both the CPU and boards, after all, it's just 1 post by a guy from 1 vendor.Quote

29-06-2017, 02:43:29

Cbotha15
Quote:
Originally Posted by The F34R Channel View Post
In reply to the full article; integrated Wi-Fi and USB 3.1 will not be part of the Z370 launch, but rather the H1: 2018 Z390 boards, with those two features apparently being the only difference between the boards.

I'm still skeptical about Intel moving CFL forward (August) and then suddenly it's Oct-Dec (for the boards at least). With Intel saying at Computex they'd be introducing CFL come August I am curious what they mean by 'introducing'. It depends on whether it's a hard or paper launch, however with the latter I cannot fathom confirming a chip in August and then saying it won't be available in the next quarter. Still hoping for August for both the CPU and boards, after all, it's just 1 post by a guy from 1 vendor.
Z390? What is the purpose of launching two chipsets dedicated to overclockers? Cant they incorporate all their new stuff on one top tier mainstream chipset like they have always done?Quote

29-06-2017, 09:57:02

The F34R Channel
Quote:
Originally Posted by Cbotha15 View Post
Z390? What is the purpose of launching two chipsets dedicated to overclockers? Cant they incorporate all their new stuff on one top tier mainstream chipset like they have always done?
It's purpose is like I said; the integration of those two features, which probably couldn't make the brought forward Z370 launch.Quote

29-06-2017, 09:59:01

tolagarf
I read something about Z390 being for the 10nm Cannonlake in late 2018Quote

29-06-2017, 10:12:32

The F34R Channel
Quote:
Originally Posted by tolagarf View Post
I read something about Z390 being for the 10nm Cannonlake in late 2018
Nah it was somewhere in the Intel presentation, I think, where they stated Z390 + CFL remainder releasing H1: 2018.Quote
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