They will apparently be branded as 9th generation processors. The leaked roadmap of the new Intel Core processors shows that the company is set to kick off its latest generation with the flagship Core i9-9900K on October 1.More news: Juventus' Champions League ambition greater for Cristiano Ronaldo arrival - Massimiliano Allegri
The very detailed documents acquired by WCCFTech reveal some significant core upgrades, at least to the i9 and i7 lines.More news: Arsenal need tactical work to bridge Man City divide, says Emery
The Intel Core i9-9900K will have eight cores and 16 threads on October 1, reports Wccftech. Finally there's the Core i5-9600K offering six cores and six threads with a base frequency of 3.7GHz boosting to 4.6GHz for one core. First to be launched will be the company's unlocked, overclockable processors. The upcoming chip is said to include 16MB of L3 cache and Intel's UHD 620 graphics.More news: Sevilla threaten to pull out of Spanish Super Cup tie
Among the three CPUs is Intel's first mainstream desktop Core i9 release, as well as the first octa-core with 16 threads, but it wasn't just the three aforementioned processors that the document exposed. Please refer to the table for the turbo speeds with regard to the Core i7-9700K. There would also be a mid-tier Core i5-9600K processor with six cores, six threads, a 3.7GHz base clock and a 4.3GHz boost with all cores (4.6GHz with one). The new platform could be released sometime in October, shortly after the launch of the new mainstream Intel Core processors. The report notes that Asus, ASRock, MSI, and Gigabyte have all confirmed support for Intel's 9000 series on the entire 300-series motherboards lineup. They all run lower clock frequencies, core counts, and TDPs, but won't arrive until Q1 2019 at the earliest with pricing yet to be confirmed.