Mydrivers: Rocket Laket on sale on March 15, Alder Laket will be released in September

MyDrivers, known for its previously proven leaks, said Alder Lake processors would be released for both desktop and laptop in September and would actually be available in December.

Intel is currently preparing to release new 11th generation Rocket Lake desktop processors. In addition, the company is working on Alder Lake processors to be released for both desktop and laptop, which should be released in the fall.

Intel will release 11th-generation Core processors on March 15, according to its familiar Mydrivers site, which fits well with previously leaked information from the March release. The processors will be compatible with current Z490 and H470 motherboards, but not other 400 series. In addition, they will be accompanied by new motherboards based on the Z590, H570, B560 and H510 chipsets.

According to the same source, the schedules for Intel’s Alder Lake processors would also be clear now. According to the site, the processors would be released for both laptops and desktops in September and would actually become available in December. Alder Lake processors are Intel’s first high-performance hybrid processors with both powerful Core series cores and energy-efficient Atom series cores.

According to Mydrivers, Alder Lake’s powerful Golden Cove cores would improve IPC by at least 20% compared to the Willow Cove cores used in Tiger Lake. According to the site, the IPC of the processors, including energy-efficient Atom cores, should be about 16 to 18% better than Tiger Lakes.

Intel’s Alder Lake processors will be manufactured using the 10ESF process, an enhanced 10-nanometer SuperFin process. They will be built from up to eight Golden Cove cores, eight Gracemont cores, and a graphics controller based on the Xe architecture. The processors support both DDR4 and DDR5 memories, but it is not yet known whether both will be available in the consumer market. Desktop processors will require a 600-series motherboard that supports the LGA1700 base.

Source: Mydrivers, another news image: VideoCardz

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