Intel teases Rocket Lake-S, Tiger Lake-H, Alder Lake-S and Ice Lake-SP

Published: 11th Jan 2021, 17:35 GMT   Comments

At CES 2021 Intel has disclosed partial information on the upcoming CPU series.

Intel 11th Gen Core-S (Rocket Lake-S)

The manufacturer revealed its 11th Gen Core S-Series codenamed Rocket Lake-S. Alongside some basic information on the 11th Gen Core that was already known through leaks, the company also made a gaming demo against 12-core AMD Ryzen CPU in Metro Exodus. Intel Rocket Lake-S is rumored to launch in March.

Intel 11th Gen Core-S (Rocket Lake-S), Source: Geeknetic

Intel 12th Gen Core-S (Alder Lake-S)

Intel also demoed its 12th Gen Core series codenamed Alder Lake-S. The series will feature hybrid technology combining big and small cores under a single package. Intel confirmed it will be manufactured using Enhanced 10nm SuperFin architecture. The company also made a demo featuring an early engineering sample. The CPU which is attached to two memory modules is cooled down by a stock Intel cooler. This would be the first showcase of the PCIe Gen5 and DDR5 platform from Intel.

Intel Alder Lake-S Demo, Source: Geeknetic

Intel 11th Gen Core-H (Tiger Lake-H)

Intel today released its 11th Gen Core Tiger Lake-H35 series, which are offered with up to 4 cores and 8 threads. However, the company is also planning its H-series (commonly known as H45 although it is not an official name) that will be equipped with up to 8 cores and 16 threads. Intel confirmed that the series will offer clock speeds up to 5 GHz on multiple cores.

The series would replace the 45W Comet Lake-H series in high-end gaming laptops in the coming months. It is currently expected that the series will launch around May or June.

Intel 11th Gen Core-H (Tiger Lake-H), Source: VideoCardz

Intel 3rd Gen Xeon Scalable (Ice Lake-SP)

Finally, Intel disclosed that the 3rd Gen Xeon Scalable also known as Ice Lake-SP will is already in product with volume ramp through the first quarter.

Intel 3rd Gen Xeon Scalable (Ice Lake-SP), Source: VideoCardz

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