In late June, a 6-core 12-thread Coffee Lake processor appeared in the Geekbench-run library site; Citing foreign media cpchardware today, Intel is expected to launch a new six-core processor based on the coffee Lake architecture in the next few months, with a high-end i7-8700k processor clock frequency of 3.7GHz, which supports hyperthreading (12 threads).
Compared with the recent release of Core I9 7800X (140W), this i7-8700k TDP is significantly lower, only 95W. Also more interesting is the i5 series will usher in a new six-core processor, compared to the i7 series The biggest difference is the lack of support for hyperthreading. i5-8600k processor It is learned that the clock frequency is 3.6GHz, and i7-8700k (95W) to maintain the same TDP.
In addition, Intel will also introduce a pure mobile six-core processor, compared with the desktop version, Coffee Lake Mobile provides a lower clock frequency (less than 2.0GHz), and TDP is 45W. In addition, it is reported that the Coffee Lake U quad-core processor has only 28W of TDP, which is also a four-core processor from the Intel U series.