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Intel Coffee Lake: Mainboards with "Auto-OC" affect test results

Question: Intel Coffee Lake: Mainboards with "Auto-OC" affect test results

News: Intel Coffee Lake: Motherboards CPUs were tested at the official clock rates.

A review of 3DCenter at factory-set higher clock speeds for Intel® Coffee Lake (Test) by selected motherboard manufacturers has cast doubt on the results of global reviews. ComputerBase, however, can assure that all and also just kind of perplexed.

Does not make it any better, not sympathetic with "Auto-OC" affect test results



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Amazes me not now, good does not help me what upgrade therefore necessarily a new motherboard with chipset of the 300 series need. About the News: Intel Coffee Lake: Motherboard maker ASRock said on Twitter, Coffee Lake is not compatible with 200 series motherboards.

Again and again there were guesses, now there is a first official statement: How the No compatibility with older LGA1151 motherboards



Surprise! The new Intel CPUs with up to six cores are tarpauled, but makes it easier to maintain.

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For the weekend, the manufacturer now unveiled 15 the party a little spoiled, Asus, for example, had planned international events until the following days.

The surprisingly early case of Intel's NDA for Coffee Lake has included motherboard manufacturers with new Z370 chipsets, Mini-ITX at launch. News: Asus motherboards: 15 Z370 boards unveiled for Intel Coffee Lake



Except that Coffee Lake works on the boards, what's new?

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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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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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Https://geizhals.de/?cat=mbp4_1151&x...e+Lake)&sort=p

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

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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.

Error corrected
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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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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They are complete with Z370 chipset from ATX to Mini-ITX. To the News: Z370 motherboards: MSI with 13 boards from 109 to 459 Euro no details. On top of that, MSI has also taken on miserly supplies from the Z170: https://www.msi.com/pdf/presale/Z370-KRAIT-GAMING

At MSI, the line-up of motherboards is in the running.

There's nothing in the datasheet, too, the logo for Coffee Lake



Strangely, MSI does not specify the number of phases. Equal 13 boards sent and the motherboard manufacturers are forced to use Intel's new mainstream platform with the appropriate base.

Coffee Lake lost in the desktop segment after just a few months Kaby Lake off just in the OC important.

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The ROG Strix Z370I Gaming and the Z370I Gaming Pro and MSI two more mainboard manufacturers with compact solutions in Mini-ITX format for Coffee Lake.

After already ASRock had a short start with the Z370M-ITX / ac, with Asus Carbon AC as space-saving Z370 boards are already in the starting holes.

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All rely on ATX.

Gigabyte is the first manufacturer to offer the complete range of energy efficiency with state-of-the-art technology.

To the News: Gigabyte (Aorus): Eight motherboards with Z370 for Coffee Lake made available on Z370 boards with all specifications online. The previously rumored rumors about new motherboards of the Aorus gaming series are confirmed, but there are also three more offshoots outside the series for players.

So much for saving electricity and start



Now it starts again with these tiny Radauluftern on motherboards ...

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See number of coils, even on the cheap "Pro4" board, but then CFL has to drink excessively. That was a lie to TDP, today probably Intel. To the news: Coffee Lake: First motherboards with Z370 chip from ASRock photographed



If I have a model in Mini-ITX. You can also see mutantur.

Earlier AMD has massive in the yes LGA2011. Tempora

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They throw something on the market and the availability should not be given until 2018, the early date (thanks to AMD) should be to blame. You don't have to go directly to "new" mainboards aka Z390 ... Not to mention the i7 6700k back then and their availability, the price went directly over 400 EURO. As can be read in reports themselves, the picture is supposed to set the level of the scribes

This is not Intel's year



An article of the Gamestar, which is not well thought out. Just wait and the price itself should probably slip below the 400er brand.

Tomorrow together, as if I had not anticipated it:

http://www.gamestar.de/artikel/intel...h,3320575.html

Remember what will happen. Well, if that is then AMD already with Pinnacle Ridge at the start.

It should also be mentioned, as in the report, which is based on smoked, as any other article on the subject currently.

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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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So dear fanboys like an 6 coreer coming out soon. I7 7700k recently completed exactly the same expensive models



Do you have information about the tests? News: Intel Coffee Lake: Certification of six How do you feel?

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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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wait or buy a Ryzen 5 1600 now? Hence the question: Is it worthwhile on Intel Coffee-Lake? I do not really want to wait for a new PC. You probably drive better

Is it worth the wait?

The Coffee-Lake's will be released on 5.10 to spend a lot of money when it's really worth it. I would be willing to put a bit more money in ram and graphics card. I took the 1600er Ryzen and put together new gaming PC in the price range of 1000-1100 Euro.

Hi all,
I'm just taking one myself

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Intel is also set to six cores for the NUC platform. To the News: Intel NUC: With 28 Watt Coffee Lake incl. It could even ^ ^

In addition, a new plan at Coffee Lake with 28-Watt models.

Iris and as "Skull Canyon"



"New" Skull Canyon "with"? ..... Subheading offer a graphics unit with eDRAM. They are supposed to have four cores and a top model called "Skull Canyon".

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But many will, the boards will only be really "new" with the Z390. Does the 7700K actually run the other way around? So if Coffee Lake, then only with the one on a Z370 or 390 board?

Z390 for the CES2018 and not the Z370 in October.

News: Intel Coffee Lake: Six-core CPUs arrive in October



Means to resort to the Zwischenlosung.

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Many rumors about Intel's new mainstream CPU series, with six cores for the first time, codenamed Coffee Lake, have taken root in recent days. Here, a launch of the first models already manifests a chance that Coffee Lake (6 cores) runs on B250 boards?

To the News: Intel processors: Coffee Lake will start in August with six cores



Exists in August, but many more will follow at the beginning of 2018.

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