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Leaked Intel slides suggests October launch for Coffee Lake Refresh

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Leaked Intel slides suggests October launch for Coffee Lake Refresh

Leaked Intel slides suggests October launch for Coffee Lake Refresh

Intel's upcoming 9000 series of processors have been filling the rumour mill for quite some time, with motherboard makers adding official support to their 300-series mainboards detailed specifications of these processes remain unknown. Yes, there have been plenty of leaks, but Intel has barely said a single word about their 9th Generation core processors in an official capacity. 

ASRock, in their recent 9000-series BIOS support announcement for 300-series motherboards, confirmed that Intel's next-generation desktop processors would contain up to eight processing cores, though at this time everything else remains unconfirmed.   

Now, what appears to be an official Intel slide has been leaked, revealing a planned October release window for Intel's upcoming i9-9900K, i7-9700K and i5-9600K processors, adding further weight to existing 9000 series rumours that present this processor naming scheme. This slide also backs up previous roadmaps that gave a late-September, early-October release window for Intel's Coffee Lake-S refresh. 

Right now, Intel's i9-9900K is expected to offer users eight cores and sixteen threads while the i7 and i5 models deliver users eight cores and six cores respectively without hyperthreading. 

 

Leaked Intel slides suggests October launch for Coffee Lake Refresh  
Leaked specifications for Intel's 9th Generation CPUs, including turbo clock tables for Intel's i9-9900K and i7-9700K processors, are available to view here

You can join the discussion on Intel's leaked Coffee Lake-S Refresh slide on the OC3D Forums

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13-08-2018, 15:45:02

Dicehunter
I know Z370 boards have now gotten support for all of the 9000 series but my main interest is single threaded performance and seeing if it's improved at all from the already high 8700K, If it's not I'll stick with the 8700K.Quote

13-08-2018, 18:22:48

TheF34RChannel
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Originally Posted by Dicehunter View Post
I know Z370 boards have now gotten support for all of the 9000 series but my main interest is single threaded performance and seeing if it's improved at all from the already high 8700K, If it's not I'll stick with the 8700K.
Yeah I'm sticking with mine for sure; no sense in spending a couple of hundred for a marginal - if any - improvement. Wish Intel kept it the 8 series though, this is confusing for the casual buyer, I imagine.Quote

13-08-2018, 19:22:58

NeverBackDown
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Originally Posted by TheF34RChannel View Post
Yeah I'm sticking with mine for sure; no sense in spending a couple of hundred for a marginal - if any - improvement. Wish Intel kept it the 8 series though, this is confusing for the casual buyer, I imagine.
I'm not even a casual buyer and am pretty confused as to why this new lineup is necessary.

Ever since Ryzen launched Intel has been in shamblesQuote

14-08-2018, 05:18:19

AlienALX
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Originally Posted by NeverBackDown View Post

Ever since Ryzen launched Intel has been in shambles
I was literally just about to post that. It's so true. Ever since Ryzen came out everything they have done has just been confusing AF.

Amazing really. You would expect that a massive player like Intel, who have been cutting throats for decades, would have everything planned and know just what to do. But it's all just been a mess. It's like every one into tech knew Ryzen was coming and what it was about, apart from Intel lmao. They really have just been completely clueless.Quote
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