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A 6-core Intel Coffee Lake CPU has appeared on the Geekbench database

A 6-core Intel Coffee Lake CPU has appeared on the Geekbench database

An 6-core Intel Coffee Lake CPU has appeared on the Geekbench database

A 6-core Intel Coffee Lake CPU has appeared on the Geekbench database

 

 
Right now Intel is surrounded by a maze of rumours, be them about 10nm, Coffee Lake, Cannon Lake and even their second generation 10nm Ice Lake CPUs.   

Rumour has it that Intel will be releasing new CPU products in August, codename Coffee Lake, which will release on a new Z370 socket. If these rumours are true they will be replacing Kaby Lake a mere 8 months after launch, which is sure to leave a sour taste in the mouths of Intel fans. 

A 6-core Intel Coffee Lake CPU has appeared on the Geekbench's online database, showcasing some impressive performance numbers. That being said, the exact specifications of this new CPU is unknown, apart from the processor's base clock speed of 3.2GHz, though with this score the CPU is likely boosting to higher frequencies. 
 
Coffee Lake is expected to be based on their existing Kaby Lake designs with several core improvements, though the key changes with Coffee Lake will be with the inclusion of 6-core products on a desktop platform. This will be the first time that a 6-core product will not be released on Intel's HEDT platform sockets like X79, X99 and X299.  
 
The GPU below is shown to have 12MB of L3 Cache (2MB per core, same as Kaby-Lake), which means that this new CPU uses the same cache architecture as Kaby Lake and not the new caching structure of Skylake-X. The results below list this CPU as using an LGA 1151 socket, though this could be a software listing error. 
 
 

An 6-core Intel Coffee Lake CPU has appeared on the Geekbench database

 

If recent reports are to be believed, Coffee Lake will be based on 14nm and come with 6-core variants on a 149mm^2 die and 4-core parts on a 126mm^2 die, which means that quad-core parts will not be 6-cores with disabled hardware. 

At this time, Coffee Lake is expected to be Intel's last architecture that will be based on Intel's 14nm process node. 

  

You can join the discussion on Intel's Coffee Lake architecture on the OC3D Forums

 

Special Thanks to The Fear Channel for bringing this news to out attention. 

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26-06-2017, 16:07:58

TheF34RChannel
Makes me crave for a few real cups of coffee. Anyway, interesting looking numbers for this SKU, which I'll be following closely.Quote

26-06-2017, 16:51:16

AngryGoldfish
I would want this CPU if Intel didn't make me feel ashamed about being an enthusiast.Quote

26-06-2017, 17:15:26

TheF34RChannel
Quote:
Originally Posted by AngryGoldfish View Post
I would want this CPU if Intel didn't make me feel ashamed about being an enthusiast.
If you feel ashamed that's solely on you; no one else can be responsible for how you feel little psychology for you bit of good natured banter

Either way, surely this is my chip!Quote

26-06-2017, 17:17:35

AlienALX
Hmm. My 8 core Ivy scores 19500. At 3.1ghz.

Mind you, that will probably overclock. Might play with my 5820k later (ooer).Quote

26-06-2017, 17:40:38

AngryGoldfish
Quote:
Originally Posted by The F34R Channel View Post
If you feel ashamed that's solely on you; no one else can be responsible for how you feel little psychology for you bit of good natured banter

Either way, surely this is my chip!
I've always had a big problem with that concept, but that's for another time.Quote
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