For mid 2021, Intel affirms eleventh gen ‘Rocket Lake’ work area CPUs
What’s more, they’ll at long last offer PCIe 4.0 help.
In case you’re hoping to overhaul your apparatus or get another work area, it might merit holding up until one year from now.
In a Medium post, Intel has affirmed that its eleventh era “Rocket Lake” CPUs will show up in the primary quarter of 2021.
They’ll likewise at long last match AMD’s third-age Ryzen chips with PCIe 4.0 help.
Obviously, Intel is attempting to sprinkle a touch of cold water on AMD’s Ryzen 5000 CPUs, which are dispatching tomorrow and will fill in as Rocket Lake’s fundamental rival.
Intel’s affirmation comes a day after Videocardz covered some key gossipy tidbits about the Rocket Lake CPUs.
The site claims they’ll dispatch in March, include a quicker “Cypress Cove” center design, and maximize with a 8-center contribution.
The last would be amazing since Intel’s Comet Lake S chips finished out with a 10-center CPU.
According to some early GeekBench scores, Wccftech predicts these new chips will be a developmental jump in front of the tenth gen CPUs.
They’ll supposedly have a 5GHz lift speed and be Intel’s goodbye to its maturing 14nm design.