Now this CES 2021 Around the corner, we’d expect to see Intel reveal its 11th-generation Rocket Lake-S desktop processors. However, the latest leak – this time from MSI – indicates a late-than-expected launch.
A post on the customer support forum was spotted by @superfree on Twitter, sourced from Danawa Forums. It is important to note that this is based on machine translation in an unofficial forum so take all of this with caution.
The 400 Series will support the 11th generation * translation machine pic.twitter.com/SSEm7tvfcYJanuary 3, 2021
This comment appears to be intended to confirm the 400 series Motherboards Supposed to support upcoming Intel Desktop wizardsThis is not real news. However, there is an additional comment saying that the 11th generation Intel processors will be launched at the end of March.
However, I also monitored PC GamerIn the response to the Twitter thread, it appears that the comment has been revised to clarify that this schedule is based on “international rumors.” Of course.
Either way, we seem to be getting closer to releasing Intel processors of the eleventh generation, even if they are not showing up at CES 2021 as we had initially thought.
We’ve reached out to Intel for comment, and we’ll update this article if and when we hear anything.
However, March 2021 makes a lot of sense
Intel Corporation Comet Lake-S. The processors appeared in May 2020, which means that the launch in March 2021 will be just under a year, which is slightly shorter than most previous Intel CPU generations.
In many ways, Comet Lake seemed like a temporary generation, apparently aiming to get some new chips on the market. after every thing, Coffee Lake Refresh, Headed Core i9-9900K, Launched entirely in October 2018. That puts about 17 months between 9,900K and 10900 k Launch, long time to wait for a new processor.
Intel will likely want a shorter generation this time, especially now that it is AMD Ryzen 9 5900X He claimed the monoclinic crown. Team Blue desktop processors also do not support PCIe Gen 4, which is becoming more and more important as the fastest SSDs arrive on the market – Something that Rocket Lake-S will support.
That is all speculation, though. We won’t know when Intel will release its processors until you tell us. We hope we get a glimpse of what Intel’s upcoming silicon can do at CES 2021.
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