Intel will start mass production in January next year, and will soon release a new generation of desktop platform products and the 11th generation of core processor series. Recently, twitter user @ oneraichu uploaded a roadmap of Intel, which can be confirmed to be true. Intel started to produce engineering samples as early as June, and released the improved version in August. By the end of November, Intel had begun to produce engineering samples for qualification certification, which are the products leaked everywhere on the Internet.
These samples should be sent to partners for qualification and hardware evaluation.
On the other hand, twitter user @ harukaze5719 revealed that Intel's next-generation b560 series chipset will support memory overclocking and can run memory by enabling XMP. In the previous generation of B series motherboards, memory overclocking is disabled, and even XMP function is locked, which is exclusive to high-end Z series motherboards. It seems that the restrictions on Intel motherboard have been relaxed, which is good news for consumers.