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[TechRadar] Intel’s rumored 8-core Coffee Lake-S CPU leaks again in benchmarks

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Intel’s rumored octa-core processor has been benchmarked again and curiously the results were blurred out in the AMD Ryzen Threadripper 2990X test results we reported on earlier this week.

Komachi tweeted an undoctored version of the screenshot to reveal an Intel 8-core Coffee Lake-S processor achieving a Cinebench score of 2,212 points.
https://www.techradar.com/news/intel...-in-benchmarks

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post #2 of 38 (permalink) Old 06-21-2018, 07:20 PM
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Thats a pretty good score, makes me hope i can pop one of these into my maxium X apex. When they come out. If not the 8700k works just fine. But man i want some extra cores. One thing i do wonder is how does the single core performance do compared to the 7900x or the 8700k?

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Thats a pretty good score, makes me hope i can pop one of these into my maxium X apex. When they come out. If not the 8700k works just fine. But man i want some extra cores. One thing i do wonder is how does the single core performance do compared to the 7900x or the 8700k?
It's tricky to compare to the 7900X since Skylake-SP totally redesigned the cache, but you should expect it to be close clock-for-clock compared to the 8700K. Assuming that's the case, 8700K vs 7800X benchmarks should hint at this new "9700K" versus the 7900X. I'm expecting it to upgrade Ryzen in all aspects: faster core clock, somewhat more IPCs, ringbus rather than Infinity Fabric, integrated graphics should you so desire, and I think faster DRAM? Not to say Ryzen is a bad option, of course, but Intel users won't have to lose two cores compared to AMD users anymore.

I guess this will be yet another 14nm chip. 10nm yields are just trash and I'm sure Intel is stockpiling for laptops and tablets first; desktops just don't need the power savings.

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If 8c/16t is simply an 8-core 8700K, then it's running nearly 5GHz to reach that kind of score. There's no way 2212 was achieved at stock.

5.0GHz 8700K = 1662 * (16/12) = 2216 (https://www.techpowerup.com/forums/t...-score.213237/)

The 6c/12t CPU seems to run almost 5GHz as well.

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Great. It break 2.1K in cinebench... what's power draw lookin' like? Also, is this going to be another 8700K "launch" where they demo the chip first and then there's no stock anywhere until half a year later?

Really though, I'm happy to see Intel having to come up with designs to try and stay on top... I'm not happy about how this will probably require a new chipset. :/

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Quote: Originally Posted by mouacyk View Post
If 8c/16t is simply an 8-core 8700K, then it's running nearly 5GHz to reach that kind of score. There's no way 2212 was achieved at stock.

5.0GHz 8700K = 1662 * (16/12) = 2216 (https://www.techpowerup.com/forums/t...-score.213237/)

The 6c/12t CPU seems to run almost 5GHz as well.
That has got to be at 5Ghz no doubt about it.
The 8700k shoots out little over 1600 points at 5Ghz so a 16 thread one will do just about that. You can see it scores pretty much the same as an 8700k at 5Ghz with 2 cores disabled, on position 7.
It will definitely be basically an 8700k with 2 extra cores.

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Quote: Originally Posted by mouacyk View Post
If 8c/16t is simply an 8-core 8700K, then it's running nearly 5GHz to reach that kind of score. There's no way 2212 was achieved at stock.

5.0GHz 8700K = 1662 * (16/12) = 2216 (https://www.techpowerup.com/forums/t...-score.213237/)

The 6c/12t CPU seems to run almost 5GHz as well.
Agreed. Wonder how big the water chiller was for that run???

So on a more modest clock, of say 4.5Ghz
1662/12/50*45*16 = 1994cb
or using the same calc, 2100 at 4.75Ghz

I would say that would be the average range for these chips once under water, and with the pigeon poop removed.
If you keep the pigeon poop, youll be closer to the 4.5 range is my guess

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Great. It break 2.1K in cinebench... what's power draw lookin' like? Also, is this going to be another 8700K "launch" where they demo the chip first and then there's no stock anywhere until half a year later?

Really though, I'm happy to see Intel having to come up with designs to try and stay on top... I'm not happy about how this will probably require a new chipset. :/
I remember 8700k's going for $450 and at the point in time it seemed like a 'bargain' as everyone wanted one. There are some rumors saying the new chip will be compatible with current boards, but we'll see. Having to get both chip and board for an intel upgrade isnt new as we all know. Its part of the premium when going team blue i guess. I'd rather not promote that behavior.

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