New CPU-Z screenshot leaked of Intel’s upcoming Coffee Lake hexacore CPUs showing a desperate fight for AMD’s Ryzen, as of now three different Intel 6-core processors leaks. The previous CPU-Z screenshot apparently pointed towards Intel’s upcoming 8700K six-core processor, with a base clock of 3.5 GHz and a boost clock of 4.3 GHz. The BCLK of the CPU was set at 100 MHz with a TDP of 80W.
But in the new leak, the i7-8700K has received a speed bump and TDP increase, which now at 3.7 GHz base clock, 4 GHz boost for four and six cores, 4.2 GHz for dual-core workloads, and 4.3 GHz for single-core workloads under a 95 W TDP. The second leaked six-core processor still sits at that 95 W TDP, but has much lower core clocks than the 8700K, this one is clocked at 3.2 GHz base clock with 3.4 GHz boost for four and six cores, and a 3.6 GHz boost for one or two-core workloads. Both of these appear to be unlocked, overclockable chips (IA Overclock capable.)
The last CPU that leaked features a 65 W TDP and clocked lower base clock of 3.1 GHz, a four and six core turbo up to 3.9 GHz. Dual core boost stands at 4.1 GHz, while single-core workloads at Turbo up to 4.2 GHz. The lower base clocks and increased Turbo speeds mean that this is likely an i7 T series chip. Though this new information looks logically correct but is a leak and nothing is confirmed so you should take this information too seriously.