Introducing the new main processor from Intel in early 2021


Intel's flagship new Core i9-11900K processor arrives in the first quarter of 2021, as the chipset manufacturer presented the latest preview of the first 11th-generation desktop chips (Rocket Lake-S) at CES today, as the new chips are introducing Up to 19% higher IPC (instructions per cycle), up to 50% better integrated graphics, and better AI performance.
According to the verge, although Intel is not completely ready to release the full 11th-generation Rocket Lake-S lineup, it has previewed the flagship Core i9 model.
It is an eight-core, 16-wire chipset with enhanced clock speeds of 5.3GHz, and the processor also includes support for 3200MHz DDR4 RAM, a total of 20 PCIe 4.0 slots, and is even compatible with Intel 400 Series chipsets.
But there is no information about pricing or release date of the new model yet.
Despite its 11th generation moniker, the new Rocket Lake-S chips are still technically 14nm chipsets, as they don't use a 10nm process.
However, it does feature Intel's Cypress Cove cores, which bring improvements from the 10nm core designs to the 14nm production process, allowing for higher speeds along with faster Intel integrated Xe graphics.
According to Intel, the decrease in the number of cores compared to last year's Core i9-10900K (which had 10 cores and 20 threads) is due to one of the design steps, although the company promises that overall performance in the new 11th generation model It would still be better.
There is no official release date for the upcoming Rocket Lake-S chips yet, but Intel is promising to release them in the first quarter of 2021.

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