Intel teases Alder Lake launching on October 27th
Pat Gelsinger, the CEO of Intel, announced during the Intel Accelerate webcast which covered the changes to node naming as well as new products that will debut on these new nodes, that on October 27th to 28th the manufacturer will hold another event called Intel InnovatiON. The event will take place both in San Francisco physically and virtually, which was commented by Pat as ‘fully hybrid’ clearly suggesting that the event will also cover Alder Lake’s hybrid technology.
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At the Intel Accelerated event, Intel confirmed that Alder Lake and Sapphire Rapids will use Intel 7, a node that was previously referred to as 10nm Enhanced SuperFin. The manufacture promised 10 to 15% improvement in transistors performance per watt in comparison to the existing 10nm SuperFin node.
Intel Alder Lake is also known as the 12th Gen Core CPU series will feature Hybrid Technology combining high-efficiency (small) and high-performance (big) cores. While Intel never confirmed the specifications of Alder Lake CPUs, a render that was revealed yesterday clearly shows 8 big cores and 8 small cores, offering up to 16 core configurations with the full package:
Intel Alder Lake will support DDR4 as well as DDR5 memory technology. It will also be the first mainstream desktop CPU series to support PCI Express Gen5 standard. The series will be followed by a refresh known as Raptor Lake-S, which should debut after AMD releases its Zen4 architecture.
|Intel Mainstream Desktop CPU Series|
|VideoCardz.com||Rocket Lake-S||Alder Lake-S||Raptor Lake-S||Meteor Lake-S||Lunar Lake-S|
|Launch Date||March 30, 2021||Q4 2021||Q4 2022||2023 (?)||2024 (?)|
|Fabrication Node||14nm||Intel 7||Intel 7||Intel 4||TBC|
|Core µArch||Cypress Cove||Golden Cove + Gracemont||Raptor Cove + Gracemont||Redwood Cove + Gracemont (?)||TBC|
|Graphics µArch||Gen12.1||Gen12.2||Gen12.2||Gen 12.7||Gen 13|
|Max Core Count||up to 8 cores||up to 16 (8C+8c)||up to 24 (8C+16c)||TBC||TBC|
|PCIe Gen||PCIe 4.0||PCIe 5.0||PCIe 5.0||PCIe 5.0||PCIe 5.0|
|Intel Core Series||11th Gen Core-S||12th Gen Core-S||13th Gen Core-S||14th Gen Core-S||14th Gen Core-S|
|Motherboard Chipsets||Intel 500 (Z590)||Intel 600 (eg. Z690)||Intel 700 (eg. Z790)||TBC||TBC|