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Rocket Lake-S from January?

Rocket Lake-S from January?

There are persistent rumors of an acceleration of the schedule at Intel. Indeed, according to these rumors, Intel has brought forward the launch of its Rocket Lake-S processors. While this new range was due to arrive at the end of March, a launch as early as January is now evoked. New Intel Rocket Lake S As this new series is fully compatible with current motherboards such as the Z490, future chipsets could arrive later, at the end of the first quarter. This information is obviously to be considered with caution as we are in an extremely difficult period with multiple breakdowns. Even if AMD has the wind in its sails, its new generation of CPU Ryzen 5000 is difficult to find on the market. Stocks are very low and while attention has been focused on Nvidia and its catastrophic launch of Ampere, it should be noted that AMD is in the same vein with its RDNA2 cards and that its new processors are barely better.

Acceleration of the calendar OK but with availability ?

If this calendar change from Intel goes hand in hand with a good availability, then it would be a nice operation for the rookies. It should also be noted that on the CPU market, the Ryzen 5000 are absent and globally the Ryzen 3000 are more expensive than last year at the same period… Intel-Rocket-Lake-S We have already discussed quite a bit about Rocket Lake-S which should be Intel’s last 14nm output. This generation should also be a (short) step in the transformation of the brand’s CPUs. The most palpable gains will be an improvement in the IPC (which is known to be in double digits compared to an Intel Core i9-10900K), the arrival of Xe in the integrated graphics part, the adoption of the PCI-Express 4.0 interface with up to 20 channels, and finally the use of a controller capable of using DDR4 @3200 MHz. At the same time there are rumors of an aggressive pricing policy by Intel on these new entrants.

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