Intel Core i9-9900k 8c/16t, i7-9700K 8c/8t, i7-9600k 6c/6t 2nd Gen Coffee Lake CPU's + Z390

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  1. hmscott

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    Intel officially confirms its 9th generation Intel Coffee Lake S processors
    JOHN PAPADOPOULOS, JULY 5, 2018
    https://www.dsogaming.com/news/inte...th-generation-intel-coffee-lake-s-processors/

    "Intel is currently working on a brand new CPUs that will most likely release in the next few months. According to official documents, Intel’s 9th generation Core series will utilize the Coffee Lake architecture, and Intel has already revealed the new i5 and i3 CPUs.

    These brand new 9th generation Core processors are: Core i5-9600(K), Core i5-9500(T), Core i5-9400, Core i3-9100 and Core i3-9000. Core i5-9600(K), Core i5-9500(T), Core i5-9400 will feature six CPU cores and will support six threads, whereas Core i3-9100 and Core i3-9000 will feature four CPU cores and will support four threads.

    It is rumoured that Intel is also working on a brand new eight-core CPU for consumers that will replace the 8700K and might be called Core i7 9700K. However, and as we can see, this CPU has not been listed yet.

    Anyway, it will be exciting to see a new CPU from Intel, so stay tuned for more![​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]Thanks Videocardz "

    Intel officially confirms Core 9000 series based on Coffee Lake S

    Published: 3rd Jul 2018, 12:30 GMT
    https://videocardz.com/76709/intel-officially-confirms-core-9000-series-based-on-coffee-lake-s

    Intel reveals 9000 series Coffee Lake S specifications
    Published: 3rd Jul 2018, 15:16 GMT
    https://videocardz.com/76720/intel-reveals-9000-series-coffee-lake-s-specifications
     
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    Okay, so please tell me if I'm wrong, but there is no I7 from the 9th generation?

    What gives?

    I can't really find any iTX motherboards and i9\'s that could be colled with what I have right now
     
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    i7 will be the 6c/12 threads chips. i9 the coming 8c/16 thread. Not all info is out yet.
     
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    Actually this leak was for i3's and i5's, no i7's or i9's.

    Other rumors suggest i9 naming for the top CPU's, to work on the z390 - no word on backwards compatibility.

    These i9's aren't the same i9's as on the x299 socket 2066 platform, these are rumored for socket 1151, z390.
     
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    That would be nice actually, although I'd still be a bit concerned whether it would be coolable from my H55 + Vardar Furious fan :)
     
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    They sure are a bit slow on making this information available...
     
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    Neither NVIDIA or AMD want put out info about next gen before time. Will only kill sales on current gen hardware. In short for most hardware manufacturers.
     
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    Early rumors were these were going to be 10nm parts, and I think Intel didn't want to "give in" and do them on 14nm, but they have no choice - or have no new product. There are a bunch of mobile parts that were supposed to be 10nm as well that won't work on 14nm that aren't being made now, so Intel has to ship whatever it can as soon as possible. :)

    IDK how this low yield (large monolithic silicon die) 8 core part is going to do at 14nm at high wattage in inexpensive consumer motherboards. It's tough enough on the 2066 high end boards to power the 8+ core parts.

    Those x299 i9's are low production volume CPUs - compared to 1151 CPU's, so Intel's low yield on those x299 parts was doable with lower production requirements, but in the high volume 1151 consumer CPU market it's questionable how well 14nm will yield 8c/16t CPUs in high volume.

    It's going to be tough for Intel to keep the new i9 8c/16t prices down near AMD 8c/16t - 16c/32t - 24c/48t and 32c/64t consumer CPU's.

    Even if the i9 8c/16t 1151 socket CPU performs well, and only costs a bit more than the 8c/16t AMD CPU's, AMD has a lot more headroom in core count available, people can just bump up the core count and get a better solution.

    Game FPS is already so high, even if the AMD 8c/16t CPU puts out less FPS than the new i9 8c/16t, it won't matter in day to day use - the extra frames will end up on the floor, lopped off by Freesync, Gsync, RTSS frame limiting syncing to display refresh.

    I wonder when Intel is going to be able to release the i9 8c/16t -like the i7 6c/12t releasing too early?, and how long will it take to get the shipping quantities up to demand, and keep it there?

    The 6c/12t took a long time to make it to market in quantities, Intel had to add costly new production capacity, and for 8c/16t it's likely gonna cost a lot of $ for Intel to deliver in volume @ 14nm.

    I sure hope Intel has a plan B for 10nm, that it can kick in soon, and that it's isn't to hang around on 14nm indefinately.
     
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    Those are good news, can't wait to see it in action :)

    Me is ready for the game :)
     
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