The biggest change is the number of cores, as the flagship Core i7-8700K and Core i7-8700 now pack six cores with enabled Hyper-Threading for 12-threads, while the mid-range Core i5 series, will have to stick with the same six cores, but without Hyper-Threading support. Intel claims Coffee Lake offers up to 25 percent more FPS in games, and 45 percent more performance during "mega-tasking" compared to the Core i7-7700K.
The new processors will go on sale on 5th October and you can see them in new laptops and machines by the end of the year. Each processor is supported with new Intel Z370 chipset-based motherboards. AMD's chips boast an increased number of cores/threads compared to what's come before, and Chipzilla has put a similar plan of action into effect with its 14nm++ parts.
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In addition, the processors have received 32 percent more high speed video editing and 65 percent accelerated content editing. Be aware that these chips are only compatible with Intel's new Z370 chipset, so you'll also have to be willing to shell out for a new motherboard as well. Intel is going to release the new processors on October 5th. Pricing ranges from $117 for the Core i3 up to $359 for the high-end Core i7-8700K. The i5-8600K keeps the six physical cores, but ditches hyperthreading, while the i3-8100 and i3-8350K both feature four physical cores. This could be attributed to Intel's push on greater overclocking within the chip, including per core overclocking, max memory ratio being pushed up to 8,400 MT/s, real-time latency control as well as Intel's proprietary Extreme Tuning Utility and Memory Profile.
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Obviously it was in response to AMD's competitive threat, alongside the endless and unstoppable rise of ARM processors that Intel had to threaten Microsoft and Qualcomm not to further popularise with a version of Windows 10 running on it. While prices aren't finalized for retail just yet, expect to pay something to the tune of $30 to $50 more for a comparable eighth-generation chip than you would have for a seventh-generation model at launch.