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Intel: an Alder Lake-S ES with a boost to 4.6 GHz

Intel: an Alder Lake-S ES with a boost to 4.6 GHz

A new leak coming from igorslab, reveals a little more information about the next 12th generation Intel processors: Alder Lake.

Up to 4.6 GHz boost for this ES from Alder Lake

Alder Lake 1800 ES

Named Intel Core 1800, in reference to the base frequency, the processor is an ES2(stepping B0), meaning that the next stage is the QS revision (which will be accompanied with higher frequencies). The processor has 16 cores and 24 threads (8 Golden Cove cores and 8 Atom Gracemont) contained in a TDP of 125W and a PL2 of 228W.

In terms of frequency, the base is at 1.8 GHz (as indicated in the name) with a turbo rising to 4.6 GHz on a single core and 4 GHz on all cores, otherwise these frequencies are only for the “core”, the 8 Atom rising to 3.4 GHz on 4 cores and 3 GHz on all cores. Moreover this ES was running 1.31V for a frequency of 4.2 GHz (on the cores).

As a reminder, Alder Lake should bring a revival at Intel after years of 14 nm and Skylake. This family will offer a new technology inspired by ARM’s Big.Little with 2 types of cores, the Core Golden Cove and Atom Gracemont, which should bring 20% more performance in single core and up to 2 times more performance in multi thread.

This processor engraved with 10 nm ESF(Enhanced Superfin) allowing better performance and reduced power consumption compared to the old 14 nm, will take place on a new socket LGA 1700, bringing support for DDR5 at 4800 mhz and PCIE 5.0 with 16 lines.

This generation should land towards the end of the year on desktop and mobile replacing at the same time the Rocket Lake and Tiger Lake.

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