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    Re: Intel Coffee Lake platform presentation slides leaked

    Quote Originally Posted by kalniel View Post
    It's more the socket pins that may have changed - I think I read Z370 and Coffeelake is socket 1151v2 - might be the 6cores have necessitated a minor rearrangement.
    Maybe,but I do wonder at times!

    Having said that if the Core i3 8300 is 4C/8T,that is going to make the Core i3 a very strong gaming CPU,unless Intel finds a way to gimp it in some way.

    Sure there is no boost clockspeeds,but a 4GHZ 4C/8T CPU for around £130ish seems a pretty good deal,IF it happens.

    Quote Originally Posted by Xlucine View Post
    So ryzen gave us an i3 7700K?
    Yep and why I always thought the Core i7 was quite expensive for such a tiny chip.

    Also,I do wonder how Raven Ridge turns out - as a mate pointed out with only one CCX,it won't have any potential issues,and it should sport updated Zen cores too.


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    Re: Intel Coffee Lake platform presentation slides leaked

    "this chipset will provide 24 PCIe 3.0 lanes. This is in addition to the 16 lanes for PCIe graphics cards."

    About bloody time.
    Geez, we have been languishing with so few PCIe lanes for so long.
    Always hated how if you wanted to use M.2 PCIe SSD's or U2 drives, it reduced the number of SATA ports.
    And it was no better when it came to using the PCIe slots.
    At last, Intel has decided to modernise their processors, but it was probably more due to AMD. If not for the increased number of lanes the new AMD processors offer, Intel may still only be offering a limited number of lanes.
    The real benefits of competition.
    AMD keep up the good work.

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    Re: Intel Coffee Lake platform presentation slides leaked

    I'm very likely to grab an Intel 6 core/12 threads chip late next year unless things change alot, and I have AMD to thank for that, since without their challenge, Intel would have likely kept producing chips with only minor changes for all eternity.

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    Re: Intel Coffee Lake platform presentation slides leaked

    Quote Originally Posted by whatif View Post
    "this chipset will provide 24 PCIe 3.0 lanes. This is in addition to the 16 lanes for PCIe graphics cards."

    About bloody time.
    Geez, we have been languishing with so few PCIe lanes for so long.
    No we haven't - this is exactly the same as for the existing Intel chips.

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    Re: Intel Coffee Lake platform presentation slides leaked

    Another leak off Reddit.



    LOL.


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    Re: Intel Coffee Lake platform presentation slides leaked

    Quote Originally Posted by CAT-THE-FIFTH View Post
    Another leak off Reddit.



    LOL.
    Am I reading that image right that its the same bus for both the pcie graphics and the southbridge chipset? So that means they've merged the north and south bridge pcie lanes in their marketing and actually giving less/same and making it look like more?

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    Re: Intel Coffee Lake platform presentation slides leaked

    Quote Originally Posted by Tabbykatze View Post
    Am I reading that image right that its the same bus for both the pcie graphics and the southbridge chipset? So that means they've merged the north and south bridge pcie lanes in their marketing and actually giving less/same and making it look like more?
    Well look at the name of the chipset for Coffee Lake.

    It works in the Z270 ones,so it makes me wonder why apparently we need a Z370 to run one??


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    Re: Intel Coffee Lake platform presentation slides leaked

    Quote Originally Posted by CAT-THE-FIFTH View Post
    Well look at the name of the chipset for Coffee Lake.

    It works in the Z270 ones,so it makes me wonder why apparently we need a Z370 to run one??
    Oh Jeez i see it now, ha ha ha!

    Maybe Intel change the pin arrangement just so that Mobo manufacturers get a sales boost every time they bring out a new chip xD

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    Re: Intel Coffee Lake platform presentation slides leaked

    Sure, one last consumer gouge while they still have the brand momentum. Wow, 4 more PCIe lanes to congest the DMI link, so awesome, much value.
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    Re: Intel Coffee Lake platform presentation slides leaked

    Quote Originally Posted by Tabbykatze View Post
    Oh Jeez i see it now, ha ha ha!

    Maybe Intel change the pin arrangement just so that Mobo manufacturers get a sales boost every time they bring out a new chip xD
    This motherboard always made me LOL:

    http://www.tomshardware.co.uk/p67-tr...iew-32092.html


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    Re: Intel Coffee Lake platform presentation slides leaked

    Quote Originally Posted by Tabbykatze View Post
    Am I reading that image right that its the same bus for both the pcie graphics and the southbridge chipset? So that means they've merged the north and south bridge pcie lanes in their marketing and actually giving less/same and making it look like more?
    Nope. It still has the graphics PCI-E lanes direct to the CPU.

    Quote Originally Posted by aidanjt View Post
    Wow, 4 more PCIe lanes to congest the DMI link, so awesome, much value.
    Also nope. Exactly the same number as the current Z270 on the DMI link.

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    Re: Intel Coffee Lake platform presentation slides leaked

    Looks like the Core i3 is 4C:

    https://i.redd.it/zxuu93xbqiez.png



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