Intel’s 11th generation Core processor family, which we have been waiting for a long time, has been detailed. The chips offer a bulky IPC increase thanks to the new architecture they bring, while the Xe architecture comes with iGPU.
Blue team’s Rocket Lake processors have been eagerly awaited by hardware enthusiasts for a while. The firm detailed their new solution with the Cypress Cove core.
IPC increase after generations
While the 14 nm +++ process, which has been used in the Rocket Lake family for years, is preferred, it will offer a 19% increase in IPC thanks to the transition to the new architecture.
RAM overclocking support for mid-segment motherboards
On the platform where DDR4 3200 MHz RAM can be used on Core i5 processors, the H570 and B560 chipsets also include RAM overclocking support.
Rocket Lake processors also support the current PCIe 4.0 standard offered by AMD for a long time.
In addition, the Intel Deep Learning Boost and Vector Neural Network commands will increase performance in deep learning algorithms.
Xe architecture iGPU 50% faster
The chips with 20 PCIe 4.0 channels come with the Xe architecture UHD750 iGPU, which will offer a performance increase of up to 50%.
In addition to the new integrated graphics unit that can accelerate the 10-bit AV1 and 12-bit HEVC codecs, the chips that support HBR3 on the HDMI 2.0 and DP side are also enriched with Thunderbolt 4.0 and Wi-Fi 6e standards.