Thanks to some new leaks, including CPU-Z screenshots, we have some new information about Intel's upcoming six-core Coffee Lake processors. These are the first mainstream processors from Intel with six cores, they may arrive by the end of next month.
Specifications are revealed of three Coffee Lake processors. Take this with a grain of salt as it may not be entirely accurate, or could differ from the the final retail product.
Core i i7-8700K: 3.7GHz base clock, 4.0GHz Boost for four and six cores, 4.2GHz Boost for two cores, 4.3GHz Boost for single core, 95W TDP.
A second six-core model is clocked at 3.2GHz and has a 3.4Gz Boost for four and six cores and a 3.6GHz Boost for a single or two cores. This model has a 95W TDp and may be unlocked K-series part.
The third six-core chip is a 65W model chip with a 3.1GHz base clock, four and six core Boost of up to 3.9GHz, dual-core Boost of 4.1Gz and single-core Boost of up to 4.2GHz. This could be an Core i7-T series chip