Intel Core i9 and Core i7 “Rocket Lake” Lineup Leaked, Claims Beating Ryzen 9 5900X
Intel is arranging to debut its 11th Era Main “Rocket Lake-S” desktop processor relatives with a fairly substantial variety of SKUs, according to leaked enterprise slides shared by VideoCardz, which appear to be coming from the identical resource as an earlier report from these days that speak about double-digit per cent gaming functionality gains more than the earlier generation. Just the Main i9 and Core i7 collection insert up to ten SKUs involving them. These involve unlocked- and iGPU-enabled “K” SKUs, unlocked but iGPU-disabled “KF,” locked but iGPU-enabled sections, and locked and iGPU-disabled “F” sections.
With “Rocket Lake-S,” Intel seems to have hit a ceiling with the range of CPU cores it can cram on to a die along with an iGPU, on the 75 mm x 75 mm LGA bundle, although retaining its 14 nm silicon fabrication node. The two the Main i9-11900 collection and the Core i7-10700 sequence are 8-core/sixteen-thread sections, with an identical volume of cache. They are differentiated on the foundation of clock speeds as tabled below, and the lack of the Thermal Velocity Increase aspect on the Main i7 areas. The Core i5 sequence “Rocket Lake-S” parts are reportedly six-core/12-thread.