The blue team is preparing to appear with Rocket Lake in the coming weeks. The logos of the chipsets that will be at the heart of the new motherboards have surfaced.

Intel is also transitioning to new logos with the Rocket Lake processors that it will switch to the new architecture. The chipsets will also comply with the change made in the company logo before.

3 chipsets for now
The Z590, B560 and H510 chipsets, which have the current logo compatible with the new Intel logo, will work with 12th Gen processors with PCIe 4.0 support.

In addition to the memory-overclocked Z590, according to a recent share, B560 motherboard users will be able to increase their RAM to higher frequencies.

Finally, in the new generation LGA1200 socket, 4 channels will be allocated for NVMe solutions with PCIe 4.0 support, as well as 16 PCIe 4.0 channels to be used by the graphics card. Intel is expected to reveal the final details on January 11th.

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