Intel has confirmed that its 11th generation rocket Lake desktop processor will be available sometime in the first quarter of 2021, and it will support PCIe 4.0.The timing of intel's announcement is likely not to be a coincidence, as AMD's first CPU, to release its next-generation Zen 3 architecture-based desktop computers tomorrow is almost certain to bring the most intense competition so far to intel's dominance in high-power PC.
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While Intel's news was vague about the actual release date, videocardz reports that the chips will arrive in March 2021. The new rocket lake-s chip is also said to be compatible with the existing Intel 400 series motherboard, which should be helpful for those who want to upgrade the new chip when it comes out next year.
Wccftech also has more information about Intel's next desktop processor overhaul, which is expected to continue to use the 14 nanometer process that has been used for many years. However, wccftech claims that Intel will trace some of the architecture improvements of its first willow Cove architecture from its 11th generation mobile processor. Although Intel has not yet successfully released its 10 nanometer desktop product, it should provide some more substantial upgrades.
In addition to PCIe 4.0, the new rocket lake-s series is expected to provide the company's new Xe graphics processing unit, as well as integrated thunderbolt 4 (and USB4) support.
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