Subject: General Tech | November 27, 2018 - 04:12 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Tagged: Lenovo, coffee lake s, i7-9550U, i5-9250U, i3-9130U, Intel
Lenovo let a secret out today, the model numbers of mobile Coffee Lake S chips, of which we have only officially seen desktop parts so far. The i7-9550U, i5-9250U and i3-9130U will be available in their new IdeaPad family and while Lenovo may have labelled them 8th gen, they are very obviously 9th gen parts; this could imply they are also build on their 14nm++. The Inquirer did not find much more information than the part names, we do not know frequencies or TDPs but as this is a refresh you can expect an iterative improvement in both.
"While Intel has revealed desktop variants of its ninth-generation Core CPUs, which are effectively a refresh of its Coffee Lake S architecture found in eighth-gen processors, it has yet to reveal details of laptop variants."
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