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 last match AMD’s third-age Ryzen chips with PCIe 4.0 help. Plainly, 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 primary 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, highlight a quicker “Cypress Cove” center architecture, and maximize with a 8-center contribution.
The last would be astonishing since Intel’s Comet Lake S chips finished out with a 10-center CPU. In light of some early GeekBench scores, Wccftech predicts these new chips will be a transformative jump in front of the tenth gen CPUs. They’ll apparently have a 5GHz lift speed and be Intel’s goodbye to its maturing 14nm architecture.