The core i9-10900K should remain until at least march 2021 intel’s fastest player processor. The successor generation core I-11000 alias rocket lake-S appears according to a report of videocardz only in march 2021 – for the IT trade fair CES goods would therefore be expected at best with an envisigration. In documents that are available to our site, the upcoming march is also noted.
Intel’s uppermost processors run at current motherboards with 400 chipsters; some manufacturers already apply the suitability for PCI express 4.0. Traditionally, intel brings parallel to new CPU generations but also improved chipset for mainboard new editions, including videocardz notion. Accordingly, users with B560 boards were able to overclock the DDR4-SDRAM, which works only with Z490 models currently only.
Maximum eight CPU cores
According to previous information, rocket lake-S represents a tiger lake design ported to 14 nanometer technology with up to eight willow cove powering, XE graphics and 125 watt thermal design power (TDP). The performance per CPU core should increase, but at the maximum number of maximum number (8 instead of 10). Intel’s overall desktop processor ereration, alder lake-S with 10-nm technology, is expected at the end of 2021.
Meanwhile, AMD lays down: new ryzen processors with zen-3 architecture wants to introduce the chip manufacturer in a short. The performance per stroke and thus per core should rise a good stucco, which benefits 3D games – one of the last intel bastions. Even if rocket lake-S ignits the luck, AMD continues to wait with 16 CPU cores.