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Intel announces seven new Coffee Lake CPUs

by on09 January 2019

Most without iGPU

During its CES 2019 keynote, Intel unveiled a total of seven new Coffee Lake CPUs, mostly which are a part of the new F-series, lacking iGPU.

According to the lineup, the only new chip in the lineup is the Core i3-9350KF, which is a quad-core SKU without Hyper-Threading support, featuring 8MB of L3 cache and working at the 4.0GHz base and 4.6GHz Turbo Boost clocks.

The rest of the lineup is pretty much the same as the previously available K-series chips and includes the Core i9-9900KF, Core i7-9700KF, and the Core i5-9600KF, which are pretty much the same as the previously available Core i9-9900K, i7-9700K, and the Core i5-9600K, just without the iGPU.

The lineup also includes the Core i5-9400, and the Core i5-9400F, which are six-core chips with 65W TDP.

There is also the lone Core i3-8100F, which is a quad-core part without Hyper-Threading, 3.6GHz base clock and no Turbo Boost, as well as 6MB of L3 cache and a 65W TDP.

Unfortunately, the pricing is still unknown but these should be available soon so we will get a clearer picture regarding the price - only the Core i5-9400F is priced at $182. Intel didn't provide a specific launch date but did say that these should be available in Q1 2019.

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Last modified on 10 January 2019
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