Fujitsu released a list of new Intel processors yesterday and it appears to include all of the company’s upcoming 9th Generation “Coffee Lake-Refresh” Core processors. The list includes the much anticipated unannounced Octa core CPUs with 35 W, 65 W TDPs, some expected products like chips without integrated graphics and the Xeon E-2200 series chips.
Intel has so far released only nine 9th Generation Core CPUs in the Coffee Lake-Refresh lineup, with all of them intended for the high-performance segment. But if the Fujitsu’s document is to be believed, we can expect a much wider spectrum of processors to be released in the near future for this family, covering from the entry-level workstations, mainstream PCs, entry-level PCs, to small-form-factor desktops. The list includes 32 new processors from the Coffee Lake-Refresh family. Adding these to the nine already released chips, we’ll have a total of 41 CPUs in the Coffee Lake-Refresh lineup from Intel.
The chips listed include 35 W and 65 W TDP octa-core processors. There are plans to release 4-core and 6-core CPUs with the same TDP. For the mainstream market and small form factor PCs, we have dual-core Celeron and Pentium Gold chips. The list also includes some entry-level CPUs with no integrated GPUs. Now this is quite weird considering most entry-level PCs doesn’t include a discrete GPU.
In addition to this, the list also featured the Xeon E-2200-series CPUs with four, six, and eight cores. These cards are intended for the entry-level workstation market, with support for ECC and other features required by workstations of this kind. Some of these chips don’t feature integrated GPUs which is fine as almost all of the users buying these processors will be using a discrete graphics card anyway.
Although the list was released by one of Intel’s closest partners, it’s always best to take these things with a pinch of salt. Intel is not known for commenting on unreleased products so don’t expect them to either confirm or deny the legitimacy of this list either.
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