Intel to finally offer the first look at Tiger Lake-H and Rocket Lake
Intel announced it will showcase its entire 11th Gen Core series at GDC.
While the actual Game Developer Conference (GDC) will take place in July, there is a GDC Showcase virtual conference that everyone can participate in for free. The participation will require registration though.
Intel’s Marcus Kennedy (GM Gaming and Esports Client Computing Group / Desktop Workstation Gaming) will present the 11th Gen Core series at GDC Showcase. The short snippet from the GDC website reveals that we should expect a ‘first look’ at Tiger Lake-H and Rocket Lake series. The company is also expected to share demos and stories from collaborating developers.
Intel has so far only released its mobile 11th Gen U-series codenamed Tiger Lake-U as well as H35-series codenamed Tiger Lake-H35. The 11th Gen Core desktop series is now scheduled to launch on March 30th. The company will also launch its 8-core high-end mobile CPUs codenamed Tiger Lake-H (commonly referred to as H45). Both will be shown at GDC Showcase.
Intel’s partner session will be held on March 18th from 2:40 PM to 3:10 PM (the page does not clarify which timezone).
Gaming is Shaping the World (Presented by Intel Corporation)
Known to industry insiders but not well known to the outside world, Intel works closely with game developers to ensure we deliver the best gaming platforms. One of the ways we do this is by creating tools to help developers deliver amazing experiences for gamers. This enablement effort has improved the lives of gamers through advancements in in-game performance, graphic fidelity, AI, and much more. In launching the 11th generation of Core processors Intel brings a brand new architecture improving the performance of both notebook and desktops. Intel offers a first look at the new Tiger Lake H-series notebook and Rocket Lake desktop processors while sharing stories and demos from their software vendor collaborations.
|RUMORED Intel Tiger Lake H Series Specifications|
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Source: GDC via @momomo_us