Pentium, Celeron, and non-K Core i5 and Core i3
As expected, Intel has expanded its Coffee Lake lineup with new SKUs and some retailers/e-tailers have already started selling some of those chips, including non-K Core i3 and Core i5 SKUs, as well as budget-oriented Pentium and Celeron SKUs.
Higher-clocked RAM, GTX 1080 Ti, and new 500W PSU
Corsair has updated the One small form-factor (SFF) desktop PC, equipping it with the latest Intel Core i7-8700K Coffee Lake CPU, Geforce GTX 1080 Ti, faster RAM and new 500W 80 Plus PSU.
Intel has recently added eight unannounced desktop Coffee Lake processors to its MDDS database.
Celeron, Pentium, Core i3, and Core i5 SKUs
As Intel is expected to reveal the rest of its Coffee Lake-S lineup sometime next month, it comes as no surprise that some of those SKUs have already leaked online.
Six-core Coffee Lake for notebooks
An engineering sample of the Core i7-8720HQ Coffee Lake mobile CPU has been spotted online, featuring six cores and twelve threads, reaching 3.6GHz Turbo Boost frequency.
Not as impossible as Intel said
It appears that running an Intel Coffee Lake on a Z170 chipset motherboard is not as impossible as Intel claimed earlier as a Core i3-8350K was spotted happily running on a Z170 motherboard with modified BIOS.
But Intel wants higher yields
People are harrying Intel for being very late with 10nm which is true, but this does not mean that Intel couldn't ship the 10nm parts today. Intel has delayed the 10nm on purpose, as it wanted to get higher yields before it shifts to a smaller node.
Z370 Classified K, Z370 FTW and Z370 Micro
Following the launch of Intel's new 8th generation Core Coffee Lake CPUs, EVGA has unveiled its full Z370 lineup, including the flagship Z370 Classified K, EVGA Z370 FTW, and the mATX Z370 Micro.
With 16GB DDR4-4600 and 32GB DDR4-4200
Following the official launch of Intel's 8th generation Core Coffee Lake CPUs with the new Z370 chipset based motherboards, G.Skill announced its Trident Z and Trident Z RGB memory kits and modules.
Review Roundup: Good performance, lousy availability and new chipset
Intel's 8th generation Coffee Lake CPUs are now finally "available" and with plenty of reviews around, we get to see what Intel's move to a six-core mainstream lineup has to bring to the table, offering good performance but suffering from lousy availability, a need for a completely new motherboard and the choice to still use TIM.