Intel's own software promotes a new version with the support of Comet Lake for the desktop. It's a bet with the fence post for early 2020 when the first Intel mainstream generation with ten cores is to start. With in the luggage is a complete platform change.
The Release Notes (PDF) of the new Extreme Tuning Utility v22.214.171.1241 speak of support Desktop, High End Mobile and High End Desktop (HEDT) Platforms, Point 13 explicitly mentions Comet Lake, although this CPU is not yet available for any of the mentioned areas of application.
The software support is often a little earlier at Intel, according to rumors from the environment of motherboard manufacturers is expected in early 2020 with the CPUs. Some of them are preparing Z490 motherboards with new Socket LGA 1200 for January 2020, for CES 2020, the first models may be seen.
Intel Extreme Tuning Utility is a Windows tool for overclocking the system.
- Version 126.96.36.1991, Win 10