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Core i9-11900K processor arrives in early 2021

Intel's new flagship core i9-11900K processor is supposed to arrive in the first quarter of 2021.

CES chip manufacturer provided the latest preview of the first 11th generation Rocket Lake-S desktop chip.

It is said that the new chips, which come as Core i9-11900K, offer an increase of up to 19 percent for instructions per IPC cycle, up to 50 percent better-integrated graphics, and better performance for artificial intelligence.

Intel has previewed the flagship Core i9-11900K model, although it is not fully ready to remove the cover from rocket lake-S's entire 11th generation lineup, as there is no price information or release date for the new model yet.

 

 


Intel's new flagship core i9-11900K processor is supposed to arrive in the first quarter of 2021.

CES chip manufacturer provided the latest preview of the first 11th generation Rocket Lake-S desktop chip.

It is said that the new chips, which come as Core i9-11900K, offer an increase of up to 19 percent for instructions per IPC cycle, up to 50 percent better integrated graphics, and better performance for artificial intelligence.

Intel has previewed the flagship Core i9-11900K model, although it is not fully ready to remove the cover from rocket lake-S's entire 11th generation lineup, as there is no price information or release date for the new model yet.

The processor consists of eight cores and 16 strings with enhanced speeds of up to 5.3 GHz, 3200 MHz DDR4 RAM support, a total of 20 PCIe 4.0 slots, works with the new Intel 500 Series segments, and is compatible with Intel 400 Series segments.

Despite its 11th generation title, the new Rocket Lake-S chips are still technically 14 nm and do not use the 10 nm manufacturing process.

Intel's Cypress Cove Cypress Cove, which brings improvements from 10 nm to 14 nm of production, allows for higher speeds and faster Intel Xe graphics.

According to Intel, the decrease in the number of nuclei compared to last year's Core i9-10900K processor — which had 10 cores and 20 strings — is due to the fact that Cypress Cove's nucleus brings improvements from the 10 nm production process to the 14 nm production process.

The 10 nm manufacturing process allows for up to eight cores at present only, and the company promises that overall performance in the new 11th generation model will remain better.

There is no official date for the upcoming Rocket Lake-S chips to date, but Intel promises to release them in the first quarter of 2021.

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