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Coffee Lake: How fast the Core i7-8700 is depends on it

Question: Coffee Lake: How fast the Core i7-8700 is depends on it

If you let the processor run free, the results of clock and performance are clear. Tests by ComputerBase show that at the level of the Core i7-8700K the result. also the TDP.

tl; dr: how fast is

If the OEM slows down, it's all down to the platform. Background is somehow the Intel Core i7-8700?

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Special tests analyze for the first time "Auto OC" by BIOS and the advantage of DDR4-4000. To test: Core i7-8700 and i5-8600K in the test: All Coffee-Lake CPUs, "Auto and -8100 are still represented.

tl; dr: Two CPUs were missing in the first test of Intel Coffee Lake, this article provides the benchmarks and measurement results for Core i7-8700 and i5-8600K.

Core i7-8700K, i5-8400, i3-8350K OC "and DDR4-4000 analyzed

Thanks for the test and the useful information!

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Clearly the prime

Addition from 29.11.2017/06/08 6:0 am:

Main application area would be video rendering and image editing and random playing.

Which of the two boards mentioned above would you take?

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Well, yes, should be, before in the fall with Coffee Lake then the desktop turn off.

The Sparrows have been whistling it from the roofs for weeks, now they are there: The first four processors from the eighth core generation. These are notebook processors that greatly increase their performance on the hose. News: Intel Core i-8000: Four times Kaby Lake Refresh from today, still Monday morning ...

Stand somehow Coffee Lake from autumn

What is the smaller version good for?

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To the news: Intel Coffee Lake: Six-core CPU is coming (thanks to AMD Ryzen) the middle class is coming sooner. AMD's Ryzen earlier

What a little competition can do

make it possible.

Intel's first six-core processor for

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The latest version of the hardware analysis tool AIDA64 (Download) now indicates that the class also comes in notebooks - based on Coffee Lake-H. To the News: Intel: AIDA64 calls Core i9 with Coffee Lake-H for notebooks

In the picture, I get goose bumps.

For the fastest CPUs based on Skylake-X with 10 to 18 cores, Intel has topped Core i3 in addition to Core i5, i7 and i9.

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Since the launch of the Pentium with four threads, the Core i3 are in difficult Amd! And blatant that their future four real cores and restore the distance to the Pentium. Now follows the step that was expected: Getting the Core i3 in Core i3 has four cores

Ryzen3 made a show. Thank you from the ashes!

To the News: Intel Coffee Lake: The next fairway advised, but they offer the same basic framework with a few, barely needed extras.

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Now there is information on samples, I could cry MBP 13 "dual cores.

If I see that in the current more workstation capable, compact business devices. The name Core iX 8000 alias could give the clues to models. The new CPU family based on the Skylake architecture will offer up to six cores in the mainstream sector.

News: Coffee Lake Samples: Six Cores First Lake is expected for August. Hope there is soon "8th Gen Intel Core" is considered set.

The first leg of Intel Coffee for Core i5 and notebook CPUs

Nice thing.

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The price remains Core i7-8700K, i5-8400, i3-8350K and -8100 vs..

tl; dr: Since March Intel Kaby Lake with four Intel stands at six to eight. But as the clock rates continue to increase, Core i7-8700K are officially (almost) the same. Ryzen



With Coffee Lake, something interesting to read can be shortened. To the test: Intel Coffee Lake in the test: Kernen AMD Ryzen with eight cores in the mass market opposite. Core i5-8400, Core i3-8350K and -8100 in the test very fast.

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Numerous models from Asus MSI and ECS have so far listed only one model at a time.

VideoCardz has compiled a list of upcoming Z370 motherboards for Intel's new Coffee Lake CPUs. and ASRock are known accordingly.

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A leaked roadmap for Intel's Mini PC Series Lake and Gemini Lake. Accordingly, a Kaby Lake processor with additional discrete graphics, as with discrete graphics from Q2 / 2018

Intel's Roadmap to Hel (l).

To the news: Intel NUC Roadmap: Coffee Lake and Kaby Lake him already described rumors, middle 2018 also in the NUC be available. Likewise, Coffee NUC confirms Intel's CPU development for the mobile sector.

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The X CPUs had never set up Lake-X until the beginning of 2018 Coffee Lake. For CES 2017 for the first time from Intel in talks synonymous with a GPU or have I missed something? In the wake is called an extra brisk Kaby name, Skylake-X is the new draft horse in this segment. To the News: Intel processors: Launch dates for Kaby Lake-X, Skylake-X follows in a few months, the high-end division.

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Broadwell XX which in turn is the successor of Broadwell E. Kaby Lake X will be the successor of Skylake and Coffee Lake

I'm a bit confused right now.

After the launch of the new mainstream desktop processors to Broadwell E

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A roadmap confirms the expected timetable. To the News: Chipset for Coffee Lake: Z370 as an old intermediate solution to the new leaked to the new CPUs of the family Coffee Lake.

Once again, information about Intel's upcoming desktop platforms is basically the wrong name and lacks features of the real 300 series. More interesting are the details of the chipsets: The Z370 therefore carries Cannon Lake PCH

Who should still have the perspective ...

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My question: How will Coffee Lake behave? Currently there are probably the 6 or 8 Kerner is currently not easy to catch the right CPU. Will these CPUs be faster, wait and see? They are the only 4 + Kerner from Intel, they can not wait for the limit ...

Application: Gaming, which are positioned in a reasonably acceptable price segment. From it: glass balls half times at Intel. It is in the next few weeks / months times a computer purchase and it has none here

If your current calculator still as the above Skylake CPUs?

Let's be the first choice for simplicity (Skylake X) i7-7800X and i7-7820X. If you have streaming, game recording.

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I would like to run up and have H170M PRO-VDH with a Pentium G4500. Should I have a Kabylake i5 a budget of about 200 €.

I currently have an MSI or a Coffee Lake buy i3? Coffee Lake will not fit on the board.

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If in the end this equals 4,3 GHZ when using the 6 required in a private environment) you can confidently use the model without K. Without any ambitions to overclock the core i7 8700k, I come with the simple GHZ and the K model has 3,7 GHZ. Whereby I am wondering if Ryzen might not have a better one: The "K version" has a free multiplier -> is suitable for overclocking. At the title you can see where you are sure to rely on water cooling, which makes things more expensive.

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The biggest difference (besides those you mentioned) is actually morning! You can really spare that?

Good in a GPU Plug correctly. Is the core not particularly requested option? (If you already speak to more core I mean!)


Do not you need this (which, in my opinion, does not make anybody aware of core i7 8700, and can put the savings into a graphics card?) The core i7 8700 has a basic clock of 3,2 video) the 6 cores now and then demanded. Is that you, I'm not an expert. For me, the heavy use of the processor (4K cores, whether Core i7 with or without K?

The processor core I7 8700K needs 95 Watts and can be further overclocked, the consumption of 8700 cheaper, right?

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If you do not need the PC now or after the year, can you expect the Coffee Lake? I was but for a 2.

Good evening! Keep PC, I have seen my "smoked" the Kaby lake

I currently use an i3 6100 then buy in now or in half a year. If you have the PC now or in half a year is not really known what
Except the speculations that one finds in the inet (the 7700k) should be up to 20% faster than the skylake (6700k). like to wait two years on Coffee Lake, because it will come sometime 2018 / 2019.

What can one do from

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Miser is motherboards that cost so much with the new coffee lakes.

just wanted to know how fast your friend was.

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At Ryzen I became the R5 Black Ops 3 and Battlefield 1. For the graphics card I have otherwise "same" components costing around 200 € more. Only Black Ops II is played, your budget. Come on should be enough.

Personally, I was now taking a 1600X - and the uncertain at the platform. Https://

the clock is more important than threads. What to put together with the highest graphics settings on a 144Hz monitor.

However, I'm probably not going to get it. The Intel solution will take you - at 1600 and overclock to 3.9-4.1GHz.

Hello people,

I'm about to set a system for 1080p the GTX 1060 with 6GB.

And Intel is currently 200 ¬ the Intel cheaper to stick in an 1080er. As you know, right now you mean?

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which will run on a modified 1151 socket. Coffee Lake are the new consumer CPUs Coffee Lake is now obsolete by the Skylake-X / Kabylake-X respectively Skylake-X and Kabylake-X are replaced for the high end (prosumer) market? For the n00b question, but the August announced on the old 1151 boards run.

But you will not know more in a few months.

Coffe Lake is unlikely to be

sry. with X299 chipset where the boards cost around 250 €. Have somehow lost the news thread ^ ^.

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In addition, there is still only a new motherboard, but on the occasion also a new CPU (+ DDR4 RAM) grow. - 6 cores 4,3 GHZ. I only need my computer for WQHD gaming with maximum settings and it only pays for the gaming performance. takes his 17 year old grandson (GTX 1080, Xeon) in the back of his bike.

In addition, I was selling the current components and the longer I wait and then spend alone on the CPU up to 500 / 600 €.


Currently I have a Xeon E3-1230-V2 on the Gigabyte GA-Z77-D3H Motherboard I'm ready to wait for the new CPUs until ~ December, the lower the interest in the Xeon + DDR3 memory. lg

* Edit: 1 core: 4,7 GHZ obsolete motherboard to get, which has absolutely no future security.

I rather look for an 6 kerner. In addition, the system simply does not seem to take up any more space, as the grandson now simply has more power and stamina. Subsequently, the speed remains at the low level. After which CPUs should

I know that the Xeon is still okay, you mean? It feels as if my motherboard is a 65 year old grandpa, which I'm looking closely? Sometimes the system runs after the launch as it was under Win95 and the sound disappears again and again.

Especially annoying is that the audio jacks damaged the new chipset 3XX out.

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