The first Alder Lake-S processors, the K versions that will be overclocked, could be launched in October 2022 by Intel.
Top Intel’s Alder Lake processors Launched at the beginning of November 2021, and everything indicates that their successors are based onThe architecture of Lake Raptor can be revealed During the same period this year, to clarify and refine the rumors that appeared a few weeks ago. According to the post on Bililili from ECSM_Official, the manufacturer’s roadmap will be targeting until October.
Rocket Lake: More cache, more cores, still at 10nm
A success in the current Core Gen12, Raptor Lake-S processors will benefit from more L2 and L3 cache, optimizing P cores and doubling the number of electronic cores, all to increase single-threaded and multi-threaded performance. Intel will keep its 10nm pattern design for its 13700K, 13900K, and all other members of this new range.
|engraving||Intel 7 (10 nm)||Intel 7 (10 nm)|
|cores p||Golden Cove||Raptor Cove|
|Max Hearts||16 (8c + 8c)||24 (8 c + 16 c)|
|Max L2 cache||8x 1.25MB (Core P)
2x 2MB (Core E)
|8 x 2 MB (P cores)
4x 4MB (Core E)
|Max L3 cache||30 megabytes||36 moh|
|RAM controller||DDR4 / DDR5-4800||DDR4 / DDR5-5600|
|BCI Express||PCIe 5.0||PCIe 5.0|
As with Gen12 Cores, Intel is expected to debut the high-end ‘K’ models (and the X670/X670E chipset) in October 2022, but the mainstream and more expensive models aren’t expected to launch until early 2022. 2023, accompanied by B650 chips and B650E. Strongly we can oppose them in the future AMD Ryzen 7000Planned for this summer…
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