Intel’s remaining Coffee Lake lineup leaks

Intel's remaining Coffee Lake lineup leaks

Intel’s remaining Coffee Lake lineup leaks 

Intel’s Coffee Lake lineup has a problem, one that AMD is currently exploiting. Today, Intel’s 300-series of motherboards only have a single chipset, Z370, catering to the high-end consumer market and not any lower sections of the custom PC market. 

While these users could buy 200-series motherboards, they only offer support for Kaby Lake CPUs, lacking the ability to support Intel’s 6-core consumer CPUs and any of their 8th Generation products. In contrast, AMD’s competing 300-series AM4 motherboards support their current lineup as well as their future Ryzen-G series APUs with Vega graphics and their upcoming Ryzen 2nd Generation products, giving them a clear advantage.  

We know that Intel has more chipsets coming, from H310 to B360 and even H370, with their remaining Coffee Lake CPU lineup being leaked by Videocardz, who sourced a list of upcoming models from an Australian retailer. These models include Dual-core, Dual-thread Celerons, Dual-core, Quad Thread Pentiums as well as additional Quad-core i3 and Hex-core i5 models. 

 

Intel's remaining Coffee Lake lineup leaks

(Image from Videocardz)

 

Intel’s upcoming Coffee Lake series motherboards and CPUs are expected to launch next month, around the same time as AMD’s new Ryzen G-series CPUs with Radeon Vega Graphics/ Things are starting to heat up in the low-end CPU market!

You can join the discussion on Intel’s upcoming Coffee Lake series CPUs and motherboards on the OC3D Forums.   

Intel's remaining Coffee Lake lineup leaks

Intel’s remaining Coffee Lake lineup leaks 

Intel’s Coffee Lake lineup has a problem, one that AMD is currently exploiting. Today, Intel’s 300-series of motherboards only have a single chipset, Z370, catering to the high-end consumer market and not any lower sections of the custom PC market. 

While these users could buy 200-series motherboards, they only offer support for Kaby Lake CPUs, lacking the ability to support Intel’s 6-core consumer CPUs and any of their 8th Generation products. In contrast, AMD’s competing 300-series AM4 motherboards support their current lineup as well as their future Ryzen-G series APUs with Vega graphics and their upcoming Ryzen 2nd Generation products, giving them a clear advantage.  

We know that Intel has more chipsets coming, from H310 to B360 and even H370, with their remaining Coffee Lake CPU lineup being leaked by Videocardz, who sourced a list of upcoming models from an Australian retailer. These models include Dual-core, Dual-thread Celerons, Dual-core, Quad Thread Pentiums as well as additional Quad-core i3 and Hex-core i5 models. 

 

Intel's remaining Coffee Lake lineup leaks

(Image from Videocardz)

 

Intel’s upcoming Coffee Lake series motherboards and CPUs are expected to launch next month, around the same time as AMD’s new Ryzen G-series CPUs with Radeon Vega Graphics/ Things are starting to heat up in the low-end CPU market!

You can join the discussion on Intel’s upcoming Coffee Lake series CPUs and motherboards on the OC3D Forums.