From Intel new details on Rocket Lake-S CPUs

From Intel new details on Rocket Lake-S CPUs
As anticipated in recent weeks, Intel's 11th generation desktop processors will arrive on the market by the first quarter of 2021, thus challenging direct competition from the AMD Ryzen 5000 family with Zen 3 architecture. The Rocket Lake-S series will consist of units with al maximum 8 cores and 16 threads unlike what happens for example with the 10-core i9-10900K.

Rocker Lake-S desktop CPU: news from Intel

Steps will be taken in forward first of all in terms of IPC performance and efficiency, thanks to the use of the new Cypress Cove type cores (with the same base already seen in action on Ice Lake) and the UHD graphics component with Xe architecture. Other features include full support for PCIe Gen 4 (already seen on Tiger Lake) and DDR4-3200 type memories.

Again, in the document shared today from Intel we can find references to the Core i5, Core i7 and Core i9 lines: this suggests that the Core i3 can be set aside. Also given almost for certain, but not yet officially confirmed, the use of a 14 nm production process.

Source: Intel

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