Intel has launched ten generations of Core processors this year, the Core i-10XXX series, in which the flagship Core i9-10900K has set a new Intel desktop CPU record with 10-core 20-thread, 5.3GHz. Now to say goodbye to Generation 8 Core, Intel has started shutting down the Coffee Lake family processor, which totals more than 30.
Coffee Lake’s generation of processors is a lot different, they went on sale in October 2017, when Intel launched the seven-generation Core Kaby Lake processor earlier this year, but the latter is still up to 4-core 8 threads, in March’s launch of the Ryelong 1000 Series 8 core 16 thread in front of the no enough, only eight generations of Core’s rescue, the continuation of the seven-generation 4-core CPU was ended.
Coffee Lake generation uses a 14nm technology, while the CPU core is upgraded from 4-core 8 thread to 6-core 12 thread, plus 4.7GHz acceleration frequency, and the Core i7-8700K is the best processor for a long time, even after the nine-generation Core launch, the 8700K is still very popular.
According to the TPU website, Intel today announced that the coffee Lake series of eight generations of Core is retired, from Celeron to Core i7 series, covered by the list as follows:
The processors will be discontinued from June 1, December 18 as the final order date, June 4, 2021 as the final delivery date, and the decommissioning process will remain a year long.
However, just went to Intel’s official website to verify, the K-Series Core i7-8700K and other processor severance notice has disappeared, but celeria G4900, Core i3, Core i5 and other processor notifications are still, can not help but make people some confusion.