It was revealed in the Ashes of the Singularity test of the top Rocket Lake processor that Intel will decrease in core count. The 8/16 model comes with 9% generation-to-generation improvement.
The most muscular member of the desktop processor family, where the blue team will use the 14 nm +++ process for the last time, this time surfaced in the game test.
The Core i9-11900K, which shed sweat with 32GB of DDR4 RAM and RTX 2080 Ti in the Ashes of the Singularity test, is 9% faster than the fastest gaming processor of the 10th generation.
Cypress Cove will make you smile
It is promising for Intel that the 8/16 chip, which is behind the 10/20 Core i9-10900K with a difference of 100 MHz, is behind the 10/20 Core i9-10900K in the frequency output with all cores, although it has the same TVB value as we have shared recently.
It seems that Cypress Cove cores will do a relatively fine job at 14 nm +++. With the transition to the SuperFin node in the future, Intel will force AMD to better with the architectural change to be made.
Moreover, according to the Ryzen 9 5950X-Core i9-11900K comparison, the Rocket Lake solution is still ahead by 10%. Let us remind you that the new generation, which will continue with the LGA 1200 socket, will be available in the first half of next year.