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Intel: The 11th generation of desktop Core processors began shipping.

Published :1/22/2021 8:33:03 AM

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IT House News, January 22 According to foreign media TechPowerUp, Intel announced that it has begun shipping its 11th generation Core "Rocket Lake" desktop processor.


Foreign media said that the start of shipments may mean the beginning of mass production. In the 2021 International Consumer Electronics Show keynote speech, Intel revealed more details of "Rocket Lake-S", including its flagship product Core i9-11900K 8-core processor. Multiple sources confirmed that these processors will be available after mid-March 2021.

IT Home learned that in October last year, Intel announced the 11-generation desktop Core processor Rocket Lake-S related information. Intel claims that Rocket Lake-S uses the Cypress Cove architecture and will provide up to a double-digit percentage increase in IPC.

Intel Rocket Lake-S has up to 8 cores and 16 threads. The GPU part is based on the Xe architecture. Intel said that compared with the Gen9 core display, the UHD core display performance of Rocket Lake-S is increased by about 50%. In other respects, the 11th-generation desktop Core has 20 PCIe 4.0 channels, integrates a USB 3.2 Gen 2*2 control chip, and supports the Intel 500 series chipset.