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Intel is rumored to release a 6-core "Coffee Lake" CPU in 2018

Intel is rumored to release a 6-core

Intel is rumored to release a 6-core

Intel is rumored to release a 6-core "Coffee Lake" CPU in 2018

 

Intel is rumored to release a 6-core "Coffee Lake" CPU in 2018 for the mainstream desktop range on their existing 14nm process. This new CPU should come after Intel's upcoming Kaby Lake processors and will arrive shortly after their 10nm Cannon Lake silicon, which are designed to offer low power draw for small form factor or mobile computing.  

The most noteworthy thing about Coffee late is that this is the first time that Intel has increased the CPU core count on their mainstream sockets since their Core 2 Extreme, marking a big change for the company if these leaks are true.  

 

  Intel is rumored to release a 6-core   

 

If the above table is correct Intel's 6-core "coffee lake" CPUs will release in 2018 in 2-core, quad-core and hex-core variants and will use Intel's GT3e graphics. 

Right now it looks like Intel will be creating Coffee lake on a more advanced version of their 14nm manufacturing node rather than 10nm, hinting that Intel may be having issues creating larger, more powerful CPUs on their upcoming 10nm manufacturing process. 

 

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20-07-2016, 07:42:16

Warchild
And a new socket type apparently.Quote

20-07-2016, 07:47:17

Dicehunter
Maybe we'll finally see an end to the mainstream 4 core.Quote

20-07-2016, 10:40:39

Dark NighT
Quote:
Originally Posted by Dicehunter View Post
Maybe we'll finally see an end to the mainstream 4 core.
You mean 6 core?

Anyway, as a big coffee nut, I need that cpu!Quote

20-07-2016, 10:41:23

Dicehunter
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Originally Posted by Dark NighT View Post
You mean 6 core?

Anyway, as a big coffee nut, I need that cpu!
Since when has 6 core been mainstream ? Quote

20-07-2016, 11:00:48

Dark NighT
Quote:
Originally Posted by Dicehunter View Post
Since when has 6 core been mainstream ?
Oh i read that wrong, my bad! xDQuote
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