Intel will be launching its new Coffee Lake CPU architecture led by the flagship Core i7-8700K processor on October 5, but between now and then we have some leaked details and benchmarks to share with you.
This was all kicked off with Canadian tech journalist Karl Morin finding himself with HP's new Omen desktop PC which rocks an unreleased Core i7-8700K processor, so he used a monitor quickly and benchmarked it. As VideoCardz points out, it's actually funny that Karl did this as there was a HP representative standing right next to him.
There are some Cinebench results to share, with some CPU-Z benchmarks in both single- and multi-threaded modes.
The Elusive Core i7-8700
Hey there, Coffee Lake.
There have been some leaked photos posted of the non-K variant of the 8700 series, the Core i7-8700 on Reddit.
The pin layout seems to be identical to the 7700K,mas you can see in the above photo.
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