The war between AMD and Intel has been raging for years, but since 2020 it can be clearly stated that the Reds have hit the Ryzen 5000 hard. Obviously, Intel is far from giving up the fight.
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Intel wants to respond as quickly as possible with its Rocket Lake-S processors. Because of this, they have not hesitated to announce this up 19% d’IPC (Instructions per cycle) additionally between the current Intel Core i9-10900K and the future Core i9-11900K (see our gallery below), which must take its place in the upper area.
On the flip side, those expecting 10nm engraving for desktop PCs are obviously a little overdue as the Rocket Lake-S doesn’t benefit from it. We will therefore be satisfied with an engraving in 14 nm again. The least we can say is that it will have been profitable by the end.
This year’s novelty will be at the level of the Cypress Cove hearts, the number of which is 8. In short, enough to follow or outperform AMD with its Ryzen 5000. The release is planned for the beginning of 2021.