An online retailer in the UK has started to take pre-orders on Intel’s upcoming Coffee Lake CPUs, specifically the socketed 'S' parts for desktop computers. As reported previously, the new processors will have more cores than their direct...Show More Summary
ASRock published Intel's imminent Coffee Lake CPUs on a compatibility list for Socket 1151.
Intel's next-generation processor lineup goes from Kaby Lake to Coffee Lake, Ice Lake, and Cannon Lake — but what do those names mean and what improvements will they offer? Intel CPUs have been at the heart of Apple's Mac laptops and desktops since the switch from PowerPC back in 2006. Show More Summary
Coffee Lake is coming to a bunch of Dell notebooks.
It's that time of year when Intel, the largest maker of laptop and desktop processors in the world, announces the guts of your future PC. These CPUs are always a little faster and a little more battery efficient. This year Intel is launching it's latest processor on the same day as the first major solar eclipse in North America in four decades. Show More Summary
As reported, the new 8th generation Intel CPUs have launched, doubling the core count, bumping max frequencies and perhaps increasing confusion, being a Kaby Lake refresh rather the newer Coffee […] The post Acer Swift 3 with 8th gen. I5-8250U and Nvidia MX150 GPU is available now appeared first on Gaming Laptops Junky.
Intel 8th generation CPU launched, starting with a Kaby Lake refresh line, doubling the core count and increasing clocks. No Coffee Lake CPUs yet. The post Intel 8th generation CPUs launched : Ample Kaby Lake-U refresh, 4C/8T on 15W. No Coffee Lake yet. appeared first on Gaming Laptops Junky.
As Intel debuted its new 8th generation Coffee Lake processor family, Lenovo set its sights on utilizing its predecessor, revealing three new Legion-branded gaming desktops featuring 7th generation Intel Kaby Lake CPUs at Gamescon.
As a cavalcade of vendors start announcing their respective 8th generation Intel Coffee Lake processor products, Acer is looking to put its own “spin” on the anticipated CPU launch with the new Nitro 5 Spin notebook.
Given that Intel's upcoming Coffee Lake CPUs are based on the third generation of its 14nm technology, there was some question as to whether they'd be supported by Intel's 100 and 200-series chipsets. The answer, according to Asrock, is no. The post Asrock Confirms Intel’s Coffee Lake CPUs Will Require New Motherboard, Socket appeared first on ExtremeTech.
We confirmed Coffee Lake's incompatibility with 200-series motherboards directly with ASRock representatives, so it appears you will have to buy a new motherboard to support Intel's latest.
New leaks regarding Intel’s upcoming Coffee Lake CPUs continues to filter in slowly. While previous rumors revolved around word of a 6-core i7 CPU running on the 1151 socket, a new report suggests that Intel has multiple hexacore chips brewing. Show More Summary
It has been less than one year since Intel released it’s Kaby Lake line of processors and their successors could be arriving sooner than you think. Coffee Lake is Intel’s codename for the CPU line produced from its 2nd refinement of the 14nm process. Show More Summary
Intel’s next-generation Coffee Lake processors will be up to 30 percent faster than today’s Kaby Lake chips, the company has confirmed. Its eight-generation CPUs will be manufactured using the same cutting-edge 14-nanometer process it is already using — and it’s great news for future MacBooks. Show More Summary