Intel will reportedly launch its 11th Gen Core series of processors next month. Previously, the company had only confirmed that the Rocket Lake-S series chips will be available within the first quarter of this year, but now a new report has claimed that the chips will launch on 15th March 2021.
According to a HKEPC report (Via VideoCardz), the 11th Gen processors will be available next month. So far, it was expected that the new chips will arrive sometime in early April 2021, but the new report suggests that we might see the launch arrive two weeks earlier. The company has already launched its latest 500 series motherboards, which will support the new Rocket Lake-S CPUs and PCI Gen4 for GPU and fast NVMe storage.
HKEPC stated that the announcement of the 12th Gen Core series of processors by the end of September 2021, with the actual launch arriving by December. Furthermore, the report also added that the Alder Lake-S series chips will be based on the 10nm Enhanced SuperFin, instead of the 10nm SuperFin architecture. In other words, these processors will be more power efficient than the Tiger Lake series.
Unfortunately, the report does not divulge any other finer information regarding the company’s supposed launch plans apart from the date. Keep in mind, this is still an unconfirmed report and we will have to wait for an official company announcement to know for sure. So take this report with a pinch of salt and stay tuned for more, as we will be providing updates when additional information is available.
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