Intel roadmaps show arrival of Core i9-9900K, i7-9700K and i5-9600K in October




Intel plans to release the first three Coffee Lake-S Refresh processors in October. At the same time Basin Falls Refresh is expected. These are the hands-on processors for the X299 platform with a maximum of 18 cores.

The information is shown by various Intel roadmaps that have come online in the past few days. The Chinese Hkepc shows documents that state that the introduction of the Core i9-9900K, i7-9700K and i5-9600K will take place in October. There is also a review embargo. Processes already became available about these processors, which are part of the Coffee Lake-S Refresh generation. The i9 would have eight cores with HyperThreading and the i7 would also have eight cores but no HyperThreading. The i5 is a hexacore, also without HyperThreading. At the beginning of 2019 more models would follow in the Coffee Lake-S Refresh series. Probably it is about the cheaper and slower clocked versions, which can not be clocked over.

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The introduction of Basin Falls Refresh will also take place in October, according to the document. These are the successors of the current Skylake-X and Kaby Lake-X processors for the X299 platform. Details about the new processors are not yet available, but it is a Refresh generation, in which the architecture remains the same. The top model again gets 18 cores and a tdp of 165 watts.

Wccftech claims to have an Intel roadmap with more new processors on it. This image shows, for example, the arrival of the 28-core processor, which Intel demonstrated during the Computex exhibition in early June. It is a Skylake-X processor and production starts mid-way through the fourth quarter of this year. When the sale starts, it is not yet known.

The roadmap also gives a further look into the future. For example, in the third quarter of 2019, the production of Glacier Falls would start. That is the successor of Basin Falls. Renewal in the field of Pentium N processors does not seem to come.

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