Details of the Impending Intel Coffee Lake-based Framework Divulged

As we near the end of 2017, Intel Corporation could release its eighth-level generation of core computing processors, which are developed using the robust Coffee Lake-based framework. Even though Intel has not formally given out the specifics of the computing processors, some sketchy details have been appearing online.

The specifics of the leak are very exciting. It reveals three desktop components having six cores together with twelve threads each, with the quickest model being Core i7-8700k, which boasts of capabilities to clock 4.3GHz in dual core operations.

Because of the escalating competitive atmosphere in the CPU industry, especially from AMD’s Ryzen computing processors, Intel has been compelled to make its products more proficient and user friendly.

The impending Coffee Lake units are built using Intel’s 14nm processing techniques. In addition, they will be further enhanced to ensure maximized output with minimized energy consumption. Whereas Intel’s first chips built using 10nm (Cannon-Lake) are scheduled to be made available before the end of the first quarter of 2018, their distribution will not affect Coffee Lake’s planned disbursement to the market.

Let’s wait for the official statement concerning the availability Coffee Lake and see what it has to offer.

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