The Intel 8-core processor along with the Z390 motherboard will be released in the second half of 2018


The Intel 8-core processor along with the Z390 motherboard will be released in the second half of 2018

The Intel 8-core processor along with the Z390 motherboard will be released in the second half of 2018

Intel launched Coffee Lake processors early last month. Of course, desktop processors and Z370 motherboards won’t be available until October 5th (rumors indicate a delay in the release of this platform until early 2018). Apart from the new name and chipset and support for 8th generation processors, this new platform has no other special features.

These new processors are the first 6-core products in this category. The main reason for using the new platform is the higher power consumption of 6-core processors. For this reason, the size and number of pin sockets are similar to the previous platform, but the processors are not compatible with each other. In the table below, you can see the full specifications of the 8th generation desktop processors:

Processor name

3.90 GHz

95W

Intel Core i3-8100 Intel Core i3 -8300 Intel Core i3-8350K Intel Core i5-8400 Intel Core i5-8600K Intel Core i7-8700 Intel Core i7-8700K
Processor family Coffee Lake-S Coffee Lake-S Coffee Lake-S Coffee Lake-S Coffee Lake-S Coffee Lake-S Coffee Lake-S
Building process 14nm 14nm 14nm 14nm 14nm 14nm 14nm
Number of cores 4 4 4 6 6 6 6
Crispy number 4 4 4 6 6 12 12
Fundamental frequency 3.60 GHz 4.00 GHz 4.00 GHz 2.80 GHz 3.50 GHz 3.20 GHz 3.70 GHz

max frequency

boost

N/A N/A N/A 4.40 GHz 4.60 GHz 4.70 GHz

Boost frequency

(6 cores)

N/A N/A N/A 3.50 GHz 4.20 GHz 4.20 GHz 4.30 GHz
L2 Cache 1 MB (256 KB per Core) 1 MB (256 KB per Core) 1 MB (256 KB per Core) 1.5 MB (256 K B per Core) 1.5 MB (256 KB per Core) 1.5 MB (256 KB per Core) 1.5 MB (256 KB per Core)
L3 Cache 6 MB 6 MB 8 MB 9 MB 9 MB 12 MB 12 MB
Overclocking Support No No Yes No Yes No Yes
Socket Support LGA 1151 LGA 1151 LGA 1151 LGA 1151 LGA 1151 LGA 1151 LGA 1151
PCH 200-Series 300-Series 200-Series 300-Series 300-Series 300-Series 300-Series
TDP 65W 65W 95W 65W 65W 95W

Future Intel Update Options

Those of you who If you’re disappointed with Intel’s update, you won’t have to wait long for the company’s next update. A representative of Eurocom (in the forum NotebookReview.com) revealed that Intel’s Z390 platform will hit the market in the second half of 2018. The release dates of the two platforms are so close that Eurocom has given up on launching a new production line for Z370 chipsets and will wait for Z390 chipsets.

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Also, Eurocom Company has announced the offering of 8-core processors for the Z390 chipset. These processors will have 8 cores with 16 threads (like the 8th generation which has 6 cores and 12 threads). Note that you need to change the motherboard to use these 8-core processors; But it is not yet known whether the new chipsets will use the same sockets as the previous generation (LGA 1151). Intel used to use its 6-core and 8-core processors in high-end platforms (HEDT). But with the release of processors with 8 cores and 16 Ryzen threads by AMD, Intel is trying Adding more cores to lower-end platforms.

Intel’s 8-core, 16-thread processors are expected to be part of the Icelake family, using 10nm+ manufacturing technology. They take. AMD is also not idle and is trying to present a new generation of Ryzen processors in 2018. But unlike the users of Intel processors, AMD enthusiasts can use the same AM4 motherboards to use the new AMD processors. Unlike Ryzen processors that use 14nm manufacturing technology, Ryzen 2 processors will use 7nm manufacturing technology.

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