Want six processing cores for your home PC at a lower price than ever before (at least in terms of the largest manufacturer in the industry)? This may reach 5 in October
After the mobile processor quartet, which has broken a large part of the standards we have been accustomed to seeing for more than half a decade, it is natural to see great anticipation for the arrival of additional products that will be part of the company's eighth generation Intel - Both for the stationary market and for various thermal envelopes larger than 15 watts. All of this is likely to happen very soon, as early as October 5th, it seems.
According to a number of parallel reports, including official teaser images for Gigabyte's new generation motherboards, Intel Will launch processors Coffee Lake First at the beginning of next month - when there is also a chance that their presentation 'on paper' will take place even earlier, already in the current month.
At present, it appears that the first desktop launch of the new generation will include at least six models,Core i3 will be privileged to participate in the celebration (as opposed to previous generations where these models came shortly after the launch of the models Core i7 andCore i5 more advanced and expensive), which will definitely make it a wink for an expanded target audience:Core i7-8700K,Core i7-8700, theCore i5-8600K andCore The i5-8400 tactile cores are supposed to be the first to arrive, with 95-watt thermal envelopes for open-frequency 'K' models and 65-watt thermal envelopes for the other models - and with them theCore i3-8350K andCore i3-8100 that will offer four processing cores, no HyperThreading technology and no support for temporary turbocharged frequencies.
We already know that the new processors will also require new motherboards based on the Z370 chipset (and in the future a few more chipsets), but for most consumers this upgrade may make sense after all - those who need more than four processing cores for their uses may get it Now at more popular prices, and those who can settle for four cores will be able to move to the family of theCore i3 is more affordable and can still enjoy the ability to self-accelerate,Core i3-8350K mentioned earlier.
The price tags for the eighth-generation models should be similar to those of the Core i3, Core i5 and Core i7 counterparts from the Skylake and Kaby Lake generations, and it would be very interesting to see how the competitor AMD Responding to these moves within the framework of the "RYZEN Its variance. See more details and information within a few weeks from now.