Rumored details of Intel's upcoming Comet Lake architecture have been posted via XFastest which published supposedly internal presentation slides that mention Comet Lake. The information gleaned from these slides seem to confirm most of the details assumed about Comet Lake thus far: fabricated on a further enhanced 14nm process, up to 10 cores, new chipset and socket, and availability late this year or early 2020. But as with all unverified information, we need to view this with suspicion.
Prefer suspension. This leak is a little too close in time to that other earlier one that was debunked as fake. However, if true, are they trying to woo with >16 PCI-e lanes for the first time on mainstream? Have to make up for lacking PCI-e 4.0 in some way, right?