Although the 11th generation of core's flagship i9-11900k released in March regained the title of the strongest game processor for Intel, the old 14nm technology led to a decrease in the number of cores instead of an increase, from 10 cores of i9-10900k to 8 cores; At the same time, due to the AVX 512 instruction set, the performance of power consumption is not satisfactory.
Fortunately, alder lake will come out in the second half of the year. It is rumored that it will be upgraded to the third generation of 10nm ESF process, and will use the large and small core architecture for the first time, with a maximum of 16 cores and 24 cores.
According to the latest information, Intel's current arrangement for notifying partners is,Alder lake is scheduled to launch in November.
Alder Lake corresponds to the 12th generation of core. It is said that in addition to adopting 10nm technology on the desktop, it also adopts an epoch-making architecture of large and small cores. For the first time, it supports ddr5 memory and PCI 5.0. Because of such a big change, the interface has to become a new lga1700, and the motherboard chipset is also a new 600 series.
Early outflow of PPT showed that,Alder Lake's single core is 20% higher than that of multi-core, and it's flying.
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