As we recently reported, an eight-core Intel processors for LGA 1151 will be at least two: Core i9-9900K and strange Core i7-9700K. Strange, because deprived of Hyper-Threading.
In General, once upon a time there were rumors that the upcoming OCTA-core CPU will work only with motherboards on a chipset Z390. It would be quite in the spirit of Intel, so that all would have grumbled, but nobody would be surprised.
Recently it became clear that the Z390 is renamed Z370. Thus, the actual nurse Z370 with a new CPU also will work, which is not bad, although such a nurse is often very expensive.
But today there infa that fosmidomycin supposedly can be put even in a cheap motherboard on the H310! As you can see in the pictures, the ASRock beginning to mold on your budget motherboard the corresponding labels. And that’s really cool. First, it’s cool, because Intel often did. Second, it’s cool, because efficient processor fit more people than a fancy multi-port nurse for 300-500 dollars.
Besides, as I understand it, ASRock is supposed to release BIOS updates for already sold mamok with H310, which will allow the use of a new CPU. I humbly suggest that this is a consequence of success and failure AMD Intel 10-nanometer process technology. Maybe earlier Intel wasn’t going to do us such a gift.