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Alder Lake-S for the end of the summer?

Alder Lake-S for the end of the summer?

If we believe this new leak, Alder Lake-S would be launched at the end of the third quarter. That’s what it looks like on this image stolen from an Intel conference.

Alder Lake-S roadmap

However, we will have to be careful about the freshness and the reality of this slide because, at first sight, the crowd seems to be numerous to attend this conference in this Covid period.

On the images we can also read that the top of the range represented by the processors with 8 cores Golden Cove + 8 cores Gracemont will be put into production no earlier than the 35th week of 2021 (late August).

Alder Lake-S CPU

If we are to consider this leak in its entirety, please note that we are talking about Intel’s entry-level workstation series with Alder Lakes-S processors and not consumer machines. This product line usually comes out after the consumer processor series.

In short, we’ll be watching closely everything that concerns Alder Lake-S in the coming weeks because the stakes are high for Intel. Until now, a presentation in September was evoked with a market launch in December. Some people even thought lately that the marketing would not take place in 2021.

We still remain on our initial feeling about the reliability of this leak. Knowing Intel and its security procedures, it seems really difficult to imagine a gathering of so many people in this period of pandemic.

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Edited by Calliers

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