The source have released a performance test of the Intel Core i5 8550U, a low-power processor based on the Coffee Lake architecture and will feature four real cores and eight threads thanks to HyperThreading technology, running at a base speed of 1.8 GHz in normal mode, although in theory can reach 3.69 GHz thanks to the turbo mode.
Source has released a leak in which we can see CPU-Z performance of the Intel Core i7 8700K, a processor that as we know uses the Coffee Lake architecture and will have six physical cores and twelve threads thanks to Hyperthreading technology.
Intel’s new Coffee Lake processors continue to drip, an architecture that promises significant and necessary changes following the stagnation of recent years. Today we are going to focus on the Intel Core i3-8100 and Core i3-8350K.
At Computex, Intel intrigued the public with a new line of Core X processors. The most powerful of the series was the 18-core Intel i9-7980XE. Meanwhile, the manufacturer did not disclose the technical characteristics of the chip at the conference.
A leak leaves the most important specifications of the Intel Core i3 8300, a processor that will be based on the Coffee Lake architecture and in theory will have four physical cores and eight threads.
If the information is confirmed we will be on a very important leap, since Intel has maintained the structure of two cores and four threads in the Core i3 for seven generations. In effect, this means that there have been no changes to this basic configuration since the year 2010.
Following are leaks on the next generation of Intel processors based on the Coffee Lake architecture, of which have identified specific models that respond to the name Intel Core i7 8700, Core i5 8600 and Core i5 8400.
Filtration has enabled us to know the complete specifications of Skylake-X processors with the highest number of cores. So far we could only confirm the working speeds of the model with 10 cores and 20 threads, so it is very interesting news.
Intel Core i9-7960X processor has appeared in the well-known and controversial GeekBench benchmark, allowing us to see its most important specifications and know its base frequency of work.
As we have advanced in the title the Intel Core i9 -7960X 16-core and 32-wire works at 2.51 GHz, a rather low figure that nevertheless allows you to get a score higher than the ThreadRipper of 16 cores and 32 threads in said proof.
Over the past few days we have had a chance to see enough information about Intel Coffee Lake processors, a generation that will keep the 14nm process but will use a new architecture that will improve performance and efficiency.
The overclocker sofos1990 has broken the overclocking record in HWBOT by uploading Intel Core i9 7900X to 6.01 GHz. As you could have imagined to keep such a high working frequency without problems it has been necessary to use liquid nitrogen as a cooling system.