Intel has accidentally announced the specification for a large number of its 9th generation CPU line-up via a Spectre/Meltdown Microcode mitigation PDF.

The 9th generation will mostly be rebranded versions of the 8th generation, and the leak covers most of the i3 and i5-class 9000 series processors.

These new Coffee Lake Refresh SKUs are re-released versions of 8000-series SKUs with minor clock speed bumps, with the 9600K offering a 100MHz increase in base clock speed and a 200MHz increase in boost clock speed. This specifications leak has not confirmed whether or not Intel is activating hyperthreading on any of these products.

All models are socket LGA-1151. Core i3s support up to dual-channel DDR4 memory with rates up to 2400 MT/s with the Core i5s supporting rates of up to 2666 MT/s. It’s currently not confirmed if any of those parts have hyper-threading enabled. However, since the L3 cache sizes are identical to their 8000-series counterparts, it’s strong evidence that SMT will not be enabled across the lineup.

9000-Series Specs
i3-900065 WSR3XN43.7 GHz3.7 GHzGT2350 MHz1.10 GHz
i3-9000T35 WSR3ZC43.2 GHz3.2 GHzGT2350 MHz1.10 GHz
i3-910065 WSR3XQ43.7 GHz3.7 GHzGT2350 MHz1.10 GHz
i5-940065 WSR3X562.9 GHz4.1 GHzGT2350 MHz1.05 GHz
i5-9400T35 WSR3X861.8 GHz3.4 GHzGT2350 MHz1.05 GHz
i5-950065 WSR3XG63.0 GHz4.3 GHzGT2350 MHz1.10 GHz
i5-960065 WSR3X263.1 GHz4.5 GHzGT2350 MHz1.15 GHz
i5-9600K95 WSR3WZ63.7 GHz4.5 GHzGT2350 MHz1.15 GHz