The new generation of Intel Rocket Lake S processors will be introduced with fewer processing speeds but higher speeds than the previous generation.
According to the news released in October 2020, we knew that the 11th generation of the Intel Core family of desktop processors, called Rocket Lake S – Rocket Lake S – will have a maximum of 8 processing cores, while the previous generation flagship processor, Core i9-10900K, will have ten cores. Had.
The question now is whether this retreat was worth it. Intel claims that the 11th-generation Rocket Lake S processor, while 8-core, is 19 percent faster than the 10-core Comet Lake family of processors . Gamers are also more concerned with single-core speed and the overall speed of a processor, so having less two cores is probably worth the higher image refresh rate.
Full details of the Intel Rocket Lake S processor have not been released yet, but the manufacturer revealed significant details at CES 2021. According to Intel, we know that these processors are 50% more powerful in terms of graphics processing and are well able to integrate with Intel’s proprietary artificial intelligence technology called Deep Learning Boost.
The flagship Core i9-11900K processor has a speed of 5.3 GHz per core and supports DDR4 RAM with 3200 Hz bus and PCIe 4.0 interface. This is the first Intel processor to support the PCIe 4.0 interface, while the third generation of AMD Raizen processors was launched in 2019 with this feature. AMD processors, on the other hand, have not exceeded 4.7 GHz, while Intel has now reached 5.3 GHz.
The new Intel processors are compatible with current motherboards that have the 400 family of chips, and also support the 500 series chips that will be available in future motherboards.
Intel also announced that Alder Lake – Alder Lake hybrid processors will be available in the second half of 2021, and the company’s first hybrid chips will focus on performance; This means that in one module we see high-power cores along with high-efficiency cores.
Intel has already introduced Lakefield processors for slim, lightweight, convertible laptops, but expects the Alder Lake to be more powerful than the previous generation. These processors are also built with a modified 10-nanometer architecture, which in itself will increase speed and reduce CPU consumption.