We reported some time ago that Intel engineers are focused primarily on the development of special hybrid processors based on Alder Lake processor cores. This will actually be the first Intel processors to be based on a 10-nanometer technology called “SuperFin”. These processors are also expected to hit the market in the first quarter of this year, and will be primarily intended for personal computers, and a little later they could be found even in more powerful laptops.
That Intel is serious about Alder Lake processors is also shown by the fact that the new processors have already been officially unveiled at the recent CES 2021 Consumer Electronics Conference. this year. The news will basically mimic the operation of ARM processors, as they will be equipped with extremely powerful processor cores for the most demanding tasks and energy-saving processor cores for simpler work.
Because Intel Alder Lake processors will be something completely new, they are likely to be fully compatible with the upcoming Intel 600 family system suites and LGA 1700 processor sockets. In terms of support for new technologies, the new Intel Alder Lake processors will also support DDR5 system memory and data bus PCI Express 5.0. More information on newcomers will be available in the next few months.
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