These dual-core parts, some of which have hyperthreading, are meant to compete in the sub-$100 price bracket.
New CPUs from Intel are going to plug holes in the company's product line -- and some of that information has tipped up ahead of launch. The post Retailers Leak Speeds and Prices on Upcoming Intel Coffee Lake Chips appeared first on ExtremeTech.
Intel announced that it released fixed versions of its Spectre-mitigation microcode update for Skylake, Kaby Lake, and Coffee Lake CPUs.
Motherboards based on Intel’s H370, B360, and H310 chipsets for its Coffee Lake line of CPUs have leaked on some Asian retailer websites. Among them are ATX and ITX boards from Asrock and Gigabyte.
Upcoming Intel Coffee Lake desktop CPUs were spotted on bulk retailers’ websites. The group includes three CPUs: the i5-8600, i5-8500, and i3-8300.
Samsung announced its new Notebook 9 and Notebook 9 Pen laptops, both of which are equipped with the latest Coffee Lake Intel CPUs.
The One has become many.
Intel has recently added eight unannounced desktop Coffee Lake processors to its MDDS (material declaration datasheet) database. Three new chips belong to the Core i3/i5 lineup are targeting mainstream PCs, whereas another five are Pentium Gold and Celeron products designed for entry-level systems. Show More Summary
G.Skill announced today a new Trident Z RGB kit which is now the fastest DDR4 memory kit in their product stack. The new dual-channel kit is designed for Z370 platforms and Intel’s Coffee Lake CPUs. The new sticks operate at a blazing...Show More Summary
We've gathered up a pile of Kaby Lake, Coffee Lake, Skylake-X, and Ryzen processors to test the most prominent enthusiast CPUs while streaming.
Intel appears to be readying new set of Coffee Lake processors, with Finalwire adding a set of new CPUs to a recent beta version of its popular AID64 benchmarking suite, including what appears to be the first mobile i9 processor.
In a product change notice, Intel stated that it will begin assembling Coffee Lake desktop CPUs at its plant located in Chengdu, China.
In a mildly interesting bit of news for a Friday, Intel has notified its customers that it will use an additional assembly and test facility in a bid to improve supply of its latest desktop Coffee Lake processors. The new site has been...Show More Summary
Corsair recently revealed a new 32 GB memory kit rated to run at DDR4-4333. The product consists of four modules and is the fastest set of DIMMs featuring such capacity to date. Of particular interest here are the kit's very specific...Show More Summary
Not willing to be left behind at the starting line, Biostar has announced its entries into the rapidly growing Z370 motherboard market. At the time of publication, Biostar is bringing two boards to the table from their Racing line with the Z370GT7 and Z370GT6. Show More Summary
Intel's 8th-generation "Coffee Lake" CPUs are now on the market. These chips come with a modest bump in CPU frequency, but the big news is that Intel is finally adding 6-core processors to its mainstream i7 and i5 lines. More cores means...Show More Summary
Eurocom has introduced its new Sky X4C, X7C and X9C desktop replacement notebooks featuring Intel’s latest six-core Coffee Lake processors (up to Core i7-8700K) and upgradeable NVIDIA GeForce GTX graphics. Like other Eurocom systems, the machines are manufactured by Clevo, but they will have configurations that are specific to Eurocom. Show More Summary
We look at how the CPU market is fluctuating as AMD's Ryzen processors battles against Intel's Coffee Lake CPUs.
Officially launched yesterday to glowing reviews, Intel’s newest platform, Coffee Lake, is a sure bet to be coveted by PC enthusiasts and users still holding on to aging Sandy Bridge gaming PCs. The new CPUs are seen by many as a direct response to AMD’s successful launch of its Ryzen platform back in March. Show More Summary
Coinciding with the launch of Intel’s new Coffee Lake CPUs, EVGA announced three new Z370-powered motherboards.