Intel Coffee lake Core i9 9900K and other product names leaked?

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  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    I wouldn't expect differently as no news about 10nm have been posted and it's been delayed for the past +3 years.
    It's for sure 14nm++.
    It will be interesting when Zen2 comes at 7nm.
     
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    i9 for X299 or Z370/390 ?
     

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    X299 I hope.
     
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    Cool beans Intel and Amd going at it like crazy,I love it!
     
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    Last moment desperate twitching from Intel's 14nm.... More of the same here.
     
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    A long time ago , Core i5 9600K is found in AIDA 64 Beta release note.
    So 9600K is probably real. but other SKU... I don`t know.[​IMG]
     
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    They are supposed to bring 8-core in the mainstream platform, so it's for Z370/390. They will call it Core i9 in order to sound more ''premium''.
     
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    So do you think these new CPU's will be immune to the Spectre/Meltdown vulnerabilities or will they require patching like the current CPU's on the market?
     

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    If they are chipset compatible with already present boards, we will know. But if there is requirement to use another currently unreleased chipset, it will come with patches and therefore there will be nothing to compare.

    I think it is possible for them to be partially fixed on HW level. At least 1st wave of "vulnerabilities". Those newer ones, very unlikely.
     
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    This makes perfect sense, but I'm pretty confident this is wishful thinking. The stock 2700X is overall better than the 1800X, and there isn't really a whole lot more headroom to further improve it. The only possibility I can think of is if AMD releases the same architecture but as a 7nm part.

    It's tough to say - if Intel hasn't yet found a way to keep speculative/predictive execution without vulnerabilities, these new CPUs will see a noticeable performance loss clock-per-clock. What that means is in order for these CPUs to be appealing, Intel will have to increase the clock speeds, which are already getting pretty high, especially considering the core count.

    It does kind of get you to wonder though - AMD's IPC may overall be worse, but, their CPUs are also less vulnerable. I wonder how close in performance these brands are once their security level is balanced.
     
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    Lame to call them 9xxx if they're still just coffee lake and not even a process shrink. 8core should just be called i7 8800K and the rest shouldn't get a new name imo
     
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    Why stop there?
    Coffee Lake is just Kaby Lake but with the performance tiers re-positioned, and artificially crippled chipsets.
    Kaby Lake is just Skylake but with higher clocks.
    Skylake is just Haswell but with a die shrink and DDR4 support.
     
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    So is i9 9900 if we flip it forms a 666 , guys grab my tin foil hat!
     

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    Too much happy with my Ryzen 2700x ...I am curios if those new intel chips will have any integrated graphics inside...the blu bad company has plagued the desktop segment with those useless integrated graphics only to make any extra penny out of it...If now the new i9 cpus will be igfx less I would then ask those intel guys why of such a move...did not they ever tell us that those igfx's were essential?
     
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    I bet the max turbo clock for all 8 core will be 4.2Ghz and stock CB R15 score ~1830. and with OC to 4.9Ghz ~2150.
    I don't think the price will be cheaper then $599.
     
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    Two more 9's and it would have been the perfect cpu.
     
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    Consumers: Intel, what the heat level of this CPU?
    INTEL : IT'S OVER 9000!!!!
     
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    It would seem as though intel has forgotten how to compete with actual competition, if the prices are very high, they will only continue burning the good faith people have in their products.
     

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