Al CES 2021 Intel Corporation Announced his arrival By the end of the quarter New 11th generation Intel Core desktop processors, Symbol name Rocket Lake. Almost everything has been known about these processors for quite some time: 14 nm products, they offer them Up to 8 cores and 16 threads Based on architecture Cypress Cove, Sunny Cove Retrofit Project for 10nm Mobile Ice Lake Chips. Beside the CPU cores we find a welcome novelty, which is the A. Integrated graphics chip based on the Xe architecture, A clear step up from Gen 9.5 architecture.
Then the lowest kernel, Down from the current Core i9 10 to the rear 8, But an improved architecture Compared to the flag carrier frequencies Core i9-11900K Just like the Core i9-10900K: we’re talking a max 5.3 GHz with one active core and 4.8 GHz with all drives activated. For TDP, Intel denotes the PL1 value of 125W, while for Tau of 56S PL2 is 250W.
View new proposals 20 PCI Express 4.0 lines, Four more than previous models, allowing for a high-speed connection to storage and a dedicated GPU, plus a host of other features to improve performance with a lot of artificial intelligence. Memory controller improves with local support DDR4-3200.
On the one hand Compatibility-New CPUs can be installed on both new motherboards based on Slices From the series 500 (Z590, B560, H510) and on the series proposals 400, Although not all: the green light for the Z490, Q470, and H470 models, while there is nothing to do with the B460 and H410 (at least according to Intel).
According to the Santa Clara House, the new CPUs included Rocket Lake IPC performance improved (instructions per hour cycle) by 19%, By comparing the new Core i9-11900K to the current 10900K. IPC performance is an important aspect that gives us the pulse of performance in areas where the processor uses few threads, such as in video games.
To prove gaming hack, Intel has shown Metro test exit Where he compared the new Rocket Lake octa-core CPU and the AMD Ryzen 9 5900X CPU, both of which were paired with the GeForce RTX 3080: Intel’s system performed the best, With an average of 156.54 fps in the test versus 147.43 fps for the AMD PC. The company released a results chart in other games as well, with Full HD performance is 2% to 8% higher than AMD chip.