It is even more difficult to unify the names. For example, i3-8130U belongs to Kaby Lake-R, i3-8121U, i5-8269U, and i7-8559U are suspected to belong to Cannon Lake, and i7-8850H/8950HQ belongs to Coffee Lake-H.
Do you think this is over?
GFXBench testdatabaseIn today there is a "Core i7-8670Obviously a new desktop model, look at the numbering rules from Coffee Lake-S, but broke the naming rules for many years.
In recent years, Intel desktop processor has always been the naming of the law, i7-x7xx series, i5-x6xx / x4xx series, i3-x3xx / x1xx series, but this i7-8670, i7 / i5 but blend together .
Test shows thatIt has six cores, 12 threads, clocked at 3.1GHz (obviously the reference frequency), Core Graphics is still UHD 630.
From such a specification,It should be a downclocked version of i7-8700, Turbo Boost frequency is the highest or 4.5GHz, thermal design power 65W.
Anyway, I would like to see from the number on the affiliation of an Intel processor, the specification features are getting harder and harder.