On April 3, Intel has officially launched its latest 8th Gen standard-voltage Coffee Lake Core mobile processor. Then, a lot of gaming laptop products which are powered by Intel’s new processor has been launched. We will list the Coffee Lake laptops in the form, and these laptops are launched before or to be launched soon. Besides, we will keep updating this list. If we have missed some models, please leave a message to us in the comment area.
This all-new 8th Gen Core processor is built on the 14nm manufacturing process. But the chip’s core number increases from 4C8T to 6C12T. Mainstream product’s maximum frequency increases from former 3.8GHz to current 4.1GHz. From that, we can see that this new processor’s performance has been greatly improved. According to the test result, the eighth-generation Core i7-8650H processor’s performance has improved over 30% compared with 7th Gen Core i7-770HQ’.
The table contains all the laptop and ultrabook built on Intel’s Coffee Lake architecture, including the Core i9-8950HK, i7-8850H, i7-8750H, i5-8400H, i5-8300H and Xeon E-2186M, E-2176M.
15.6-18.4 inch Coffee Lake laptops
|MSI GS65 Stealth||15.6″ IPS FHD||i7-8750H / GTX 1070 Max-Q / 16GB||80 Wh||1.86 kg / 4.1 lbs||$1,799|
|Acer Aspire AN515-53||15.6″ FHD||i5-83000H / up to GTX 1050 Ti / 8GB||2.70 kg / 5.95 lbs||$749|
|Asus ROG Zephyrus M GM501||15.6″ IPS FHD||i7-8750H / GTX 1070 Max-Q / 16GB||2.49 kg / 5.5 lbs||$2,199|
|Asus TUF Gaming FX504||15.6″ FHD 120Hz 94% NTSC||up to i7-8750H / up to GTX 1050 Ti||48Wh||2.30 kg / 5.07 lbs||unknown|
|Samsung Odyssey Z||15.6″ IPS FHD||up to i7-8850H / GTX 1060 Max-P / 16GB||54 Wh||2.40 kg / 5.29 lbs||unknown|
|Dell G7-7588||15.6″ IPS FHD 60Hz||i7-8750H / GTX 1060 Max-Q / 16GB||70 Wh||2.63 kg / 5.82 lbs||$1499|
|Gigabyte Aero 15||15.6″ IPS FHD 144Hz||i7-8750H / GTX 1060 Max-Q / 16GB||94.24 Wh||2.04 kg / 4.49 lbs||$2,000|
|Gigabyte Aero 15X||15.6″ IPS FHD 144Hz or UHD||i7-8750H / GTX 1070 Max-Q / 16GB||94.24 Wh||2.04 kg / 4.49 lbs||$2,300|
|Alienware 15 R4||15.6″ IPS FHD 60Hz||up to i9-8950HK / up to GTX 1080 Max-Q||68 Wh||3.49 kg / 7.69 lbs||$2,399|
|MSI GV62 8RE||15.6″ FHD IPS 45% NTSC||up to i7-8750H / up to GTX 1060||41 Wh||2.18 kg / 4.8 lbs||unknown|
|MSI GP63 Leopard||15.6″ FHD IPS 45% NTSC||i7-8750H / up to GTX 1060 / 16GB||51 Wh||2.18 kg / 4.8 lbs||unknown|
|MSI GL63 8RD||15.6″ FHD IPS 45% NTSC||up to i7-8750H / up to GTX 1050 Ti||41 Wh||2.18 kg / 4.8 lbs||unknown|
|MSI GE63 Raider RGB||15.6″ FHD 120Hz 94% NTSC||i7-8750H / up to GTX 1070 / 16GB||51 Wh||2.50 kg / 5.51 lbs||unknown|
|MSI GS63 Stealth||15.6″ IPS FHD||i7-8750H / GTX 1060 / 16GB||65 Wh||1.99 kg / 4.38 lbs||unknown|
|MSI PE62 8RD||15.6″ IPS FHD 45% NTSC||i7-8750H / GTX 1050 Ti/ 16GB||41 Wh||2.20 kg / 4.85 lbs||unknown|
|MSI GT63 Titan||15.6″ IPS FHD 120Hz 94% NTSC||i7-8750H / GTX 1080 / up to 32GB||75 Wh||2.94 kg / 6.48 lbs||unknown|
|Alienware 17 R5||17.3″ IPS FHD 60Hz||up to i9-8950HK / up to GTX 1080 OC||68 Wh||4.42 kg / 9.74 lbs||$3,699|
|MSI GT75 Titan||17.3″ IPS FHD 120Hz or UHD||up to i9-8950HK / up to GTX 1080||75 Wh||4.56 kg / 10.05 lbs||unknown|
|MSI PE72 8RD||17.3″ FHD 72% NTSC||i7-8750H / GTX 1050 Ti/ 32GB||41 Wh||2.70 kg / 5.95 lbs||unknown|
|MSI GS73 Stealth||17.3″ FHD 120Hz 94% NTSC or UHD||i7-8750H / up to GTX 1070 / 16GB||51 Wh||2.42 kg / 5.35 lbs||unknown|
|MSI GE73 Raider RGB||17.3″ FHD 120Hz 94% NTSC||i7-8750H / up to GTX 1070 / 16GB||51 Wh||3.10 kg / 6.83 lbs||unknown|
|MSI GP73 Leopard||17.3″ FHD 120Hz 94% NTSC||i7-8750H / up to GTX 1070 / 16GB||51 Wh||2.70 kg / 5.95 lbs||unknown|
|MSI GL73 8RD||17.3″ FHD 72% NTSC||i7-8750H / up to GTX 1050 Ti/ 16GB||41 Wh||2.70 kg / 5.95 lbs||unknown|
|MSI GV72 8RE||17.3″ FHD 72% NTSC||i7-8750H / GTX 1060 / 16GB||41 Wh||2.70 kg / 5.95 lbs||unknown|
|Aorus X9||17.3″ IPS FHD||i9-8950H / GTX 1080 / 32GB||3.67 kg / 8.1 lbs||$3,899|
|MSI GT83 Titan||18.4″ IPS FHD||i7-8850H / up to GTX 1080 SLI / 32GB||75 Wh||5.50 kg / 12.13 lbs||unknown|
On CineBench R15, the Core i7-8750H processor’s multi-core score reaches 1049cb, and its single-core score reaches 175cb. This can be said to be the greatest improvement on mobile CPU performance in the recent years. According to Intel official party, the i7-8750H processor’s game performance has improved 41%, and its video editing speed has increased by 59%.
Besides, Intel has also brought the Core i9-8950HK mobile processor which adopts 6C12T design. This chip boasts of Intel Turbo Boost technology. When the processor at low temperature, and it has turbo power space, its automatic turbo frequency can reach up to 4.8GHz, which nearly reaches the highest standard of the mobile platform.
As the Coffee Lake mobile processor has just been released, many manufacturers only released large-size gaming notebooks, and Coffee Lake laptop under 14-inch is not yet available, but we will continue to update this list.