Before diving into questions and speculations (nothing else to guess until the presentation), it seems that what Intel has fixed is something that has never been seen in its history, a move that could be worthy of multiple users' criticism or similar approval
It all comes from the latest version of the popular program CPU-Z, where this was first seen for the first time LGA1159 socket and when buildings have been awarded Comet Lake-S. Rumors have raged and users close to the product and sources are doing the dirty work to clarify all this, which is currently speculative.
Intel can end up with support and compatibility with similar architecture
It doesn't seem to be going as good as the first one, but the fact that when both the LGA1200 and the LGA1159 arrive will support the Comet Lake-S, the theory and logic tell us that Intel can end up de facto with one or more sockets in architecture
This idea comes into effect after a particular leak shows a diagram where different stages of the processor are inserted with the following words: Intruders (125-watt CPUs), direct (65-watt CPUs) and low power (35-watt CPUs).
From this distance it can be clearly seen that all kinds of enthusiasts are K microprocessors, where Intel would manage the platform as if through HEDT and with this step forward in an effort to adapt AMD's performance with processes such as the Ryzen 9 3900X and Ryzen 9 3950X.
Different grades, chipsets are different
Thoughts continue when we see the second slide sorted and pasted. It shows how Intel could set up an input range chipset either low power (H410), one wide limit (B460) and two are down Inthusiast (Z490 and H470), where the latter received the so-called PCH-H, while the first two were in favor of PCH-V.
When we make a quick comparison to what Intel offers on the Cofi Lake-S, we see that there are no differences between the chipsets, reinforcing the idea of the basics below to mark the clear purpose of "classes" between the same structure.
This will leave two different aspects focused, of course, on the following: LGA1200 with chipsets W480, Q470, Z490, H470 and LGA1159 with chipsets B460 and H410.
We think this week this information will be structured towards one side or the other, since it is also possible to leave the socket with the X chipset of the VPRO array, something that is very wrong at first due to different matrices that will have to use on the same processor.