12th generation Intel Alder Lake processor displayed
With AMD taking place in the market with Ryzen series processors, Intel has accelerated its work. The improvements made by the American silicon giant since the 8th generation were far above the speed we were used to from Intel before. However, this was not enough that Intel has already started its preparations for the next two generations of processors. In line with the leaks, the 12th generation Intel Alder Lake processor was viewed live.
Previously, we have shared with you the leaks about what features Intel Alder Lake processors will have.
12th Gen Intel Alder Lake processor viewed live
Intel Alder Lake processors, which will be launched in the second half of 2021, will be based on the 10nm SuperFin architecture. With 12th generation processors, Intel will drop below 14 nm lithography to make the first default. Intel may be in different version for the computer part part in 2021 to speed up the process. The 11th generation Rocket Lake processor family will be in the first quarter of 2021.
Intel, which will make the biggest change with Alder Lake, may want to use the Rocket Lake family as a transition version. While transitioning to PCIe 4.0 version with Rocket Lake, PCIe 5.0 technology will be used in Alder Lake processors. In line with Videocardz’s exclusive report, the 12th generation Intel Alder Lake desktop processor was demonstrated live for the first time. Compared to current Comet Lake processors, Alder Lake processors are nearly 20 percent elongated.
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Due to the arrival of two different processor series in the same year, Rocket Lake family is expected to be stillborn. With Alder Lake, it will switch from the LGA 1200 socket to the LGA 1700 socket. For this reason, many people will want to wait for the second half of 2021 and buy an Alder Lake processor directly. In addition, Intel wants to change the socket policy it has been pursuing for many years with the LGA 1700 and to increase the socket life to three years.
Features that will come with Alder Lake include new features such as DDR5 RAM and PCIe 5.0. However, Intel, which will come with a 16 (8 + 8) core processor, will use a hybrid design. Of the 16 cores, eight will be power-saving, and the remaining eight will be performance-oriented.