According to the picture, the Z690 has clearly increased compared to the Z590 chipset, which can be expected as a result of PCI Express 4.0 support, among other things.
Intel has already talked about almost everything essential about the upcoming Alder Lakes, the 12th generation Core processors. As a result, the leak front has shifted from the processors themselves to closely related issues, such as this time the chipset and cooler.
A more certain case relates to the Z690 chipset, the features of which were recently given a good overview with a leaked block diagram. The familiar Twitter leaker HXL, or 9550pro, has found a photo of the chipset itself on ChipHell’s forums, which is marked SRKZZ on its packaging. VideoCardzin based on a comparison, the chipset has grown significantly from the Z590, assuming that the enclosure surface mount components are the same size as each other. The growth of the chipset can be expected, at least assuming that their manufacturing process has remained the same, as the Z690 supports, among other things, the PCI Express 4.0 bus.
The more uncertain rumors, in turn, apply to standard Coolers for future Core processors. The image taken from the slide shows Intel’s alleged new standard scooter series, known as the Laminar series. According to the picture, the Pentium and Celeron processors would get the Laminar RS1 hair model, the Core i3, i5 and i7 models a Laminar RM1 with a degree of heavier and trim, and the Core i9 LED-lit and clearly larger Laminar RH1. According to the picture, the coolers would only come with models with 65 watt TDP processors and at the same time coefficient locked. Ayxerious, who tweeted the picture, states in her tweet that they cannot verify their authenticity, but they are generally well received in the media.
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