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Leaked slide compares Kaby Lake to Coffee Lake

But how well will Coffee Lake be priced?

Leaked slide compares Kaby Lake to Coffee Lake

Leaked slide compares Kaby Lake to Coffee Lake

 

PC enthusiasts have been talking about Coffee Lake for some time now, about Intel's move to higher core and thread counts in their next generation of desktop product, marking the end of Intel's quad-core era on the desktop.  

Now an Intel slide has leaked from a Chinese presentation, revealing some Intel benchmark numbers for their upcoming desktop-series CPUs, which offer an insane increase in multi-threaded performance when compared to their last generation counterparts. 

At this time the pricing information on these CPUs has not been revealed, though Intel is saying that their new CPU models will feature 10+% improvement in what is thought to be single threaded performance and 50+% performance gains in multi-threaded performance. 

This leak also confirms the specifications of Intel's Coffee Lake i3, i5 and i7 lineups, which will feature 4, 6 and 6 cores and 4, 6 and 12 threads respectively. 

  
Leaked slide compares Kaby Lake to Coffee Lake

 

At this time it is unknown what benchmark was used by Intel to achieve these performance gains, though the company is expected to reveal more official information on their next generation of desktop CPUs soon. 

 

You can join the discussion on Intel's Coffee Lake series of CPUs on the OC3D Forums

 

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17-08-2017, 09:25:26

Bob_Kelso
Oh wow would never have guessed it would be better.Quote

17-08-2017, 09:55:06

Gothmoth
they typical 10-15% from intel who turn out to be 3-10% in reality.

at least two more cores... thanks AMD!Quote

17-08-2017, 10:33:29

BigDaddyKong
I don't know how many times I have seen these type of claims from Intel. It usually turns out to be some really obscure benchmark with almost no use case scenario to get that kind off gain that any person would use.Quote

17-08-2017, 11:29:55

Chopper3
Who knew that by going from 4c/8t to 6c/12t might add 50% in multi-threaded loads - those Intel guys are damn good with numbers Quote

18-08-2017, 04:32:08

Sliced
Quote:
Originally Posted by Chopper3 View Post
Who knew that by going from 4c/8t to 6c/12t might add 50% in multi-threaded loads - those Intel guys are damn good with numbers
Agreed...Quote
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