We're starting to get some solid info about Intel's new Coffee Lake chips.
A leaked CPU-Z screenshot from a Chinese website has finally revealed some more details behind Intel's upcoming Coffee Lake CPUs.
The shot, which comes to us via Guru3D, reveals a six-core engineering sample with a base clock of 3.5GHz, and - if the numbers are to be trusted - capable of a boost clock of up to 4.3GHz. The chip also boasts a 12MB L3 cache, and a TDP of 80 watts.
Last week it was revealed - though again via leaks - that the Coffee Lake line-up would consist of four chips, and what's interesting is the specs for the one in the screenshot do not match up with the four chips revealed. So this could be a slightly different, non-retail sample, or another chip altogether.