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    Fujitsu spills Intel 9th gen desktop CPU list

    And as Coffee Lake Refresh comes to life, Skylake chips are discontinued.
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    Re: Fujitsu spills Intel 9th gen desktop CPU list

    Someone is going to be in trouble I'm excited to see what the new chips will offer though and how it will affect the pricing of the current gen which is a bit on the steep side.

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    Re: Fujitsu spills Intel 9th gen desktop CPU list

    "it has the same 266MHz DDR4 memory support"

    That should be 2666Mhz
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    Re: Fujitsu spills Intel 9th gen desktop CPU list

    At least the Xeon E processors have been listed at WikiChip for a while. As it says at the bottom of the page: "This page was last modified on 19 February 2019, at 13:20."

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    Re: Fujitsu spills Intel 9th gen desktop CPU list

    I'm surprised that Intel is bothering with this. These new processors don't seem to offer enough improvement over their 8th generation relatives to justify the effort and expense of introducing them. I hope this isn't an indication of further delays for Ice Lake, which is the product that Intel really needs to release.

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    Re: Fujitsu spills Intel 9th gen desktop CPU list

    I'm still waiting for 10th gen.

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    Re: Fujitsu spills Intel 9th gen desktop CPU list

    Quote Originally Posted by ETR316 View Post
    I'm still waiting for 10th gen.
    That will be a LONG wait. Intel is skipping it (Coffee Lake) and going straight to 11th (Ice Lake). Though they may end up calling it the 10th for marketing reasons.

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