P750dm2-g/p775dm3-g upgrade with a Coffee Lake cpu?

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  1. sicily428

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    https://wccftech.com/intel-coffee-lake-desktop-6-core-4-core-cpu-leaked/

    "Are Intel Coffee Lake Processors Compatible With LGA 1151 Socket and 200-Series PCH?
    This also brings us to the next interesting detail we are getting from this listing. The specific 6 core Coffee Lake part was tested on the Kaby Lake-S client system. Kaby Lake-S platform means that the chip was ran off a 200-series PCH based motherboard. If true, Coffee Lake would retain compatibility not only with the LGA 1151 socket but also currently available motherboards."


    i'm reading about coffee lake and intel could release coffee lake in August.

    "Intel Coffee Lake chips were previously going to launch in January 2018 (CES). But recent AMD launches have pushed Intel to shake up their launch roadmap. The recent reports have suggested that Coffee Lake chips can launch as early as August, at GamesCom 2017. The new Coffee Lake chips will launch alongside the Z370 chipset based motherboards and would be followed by the H370 and B360/H310 chipsets at the end of 2017 or early 2018."

    i know that clevo p870km-g and clevo p870km1-g have a chipset z270. is there a p7xx with a z270? do you think that i could upgrade a P750dm2-g with a Coffee Lake cpu?or it could need a new mobo? is power enough?
     
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    Guess everything so you can claim you were right lol.
     
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    next CPU Name = Cappuccino Lake

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    Papusan BGA Filthy = That sucks!! STAHP! Dont buy FILTH...

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    The name isn't importent bruh:rolleyes:
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    But 6 core chips are most welcome in laptops again:D
     
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    Hoping for 6-core chips too but the TDP has me scared. I remember some speculative articles based on rumours that said 100W TDP - that's....hot. I mean, if they're adding a 100W 6-core, why not a 95W 8-core Ryzen? :D
     
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    +9W on stock 7700K. Why not 95W 8-core Ryzen? As you said:D Yeah, 220 or better, oc'd 236W. I mean you said 100W TDP - that's.... bc86kg7 aka HOT.gif What with +110W on top of that?:rolleyes:
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    Yeah, AMD is less tight with what they mean by TDP, sometimes I think it's what they wished it was.
     
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