As we know, by playing right now and waiting for data from AMD tomorrow at its launch of Zen 3, if we want the best gaming performance we should choose Intel CPU for the tenth generation. Although these CPUs have been with us for some time, it is very likely that AMD will have its new ones Ryzen 5000 go in front of them on the right, so why are you delaying the construction that should be completed?
Rocket Lake-S and its 500 chipsets, by 2021?
The 11th generation of desktop processors will make their appearance, if the fonts are right, sometime in April next year. Or at least that shows an open road slide that some Intel partners have found.
This slide shows significant delays on the part of Intel with this new series, which we remember, that Rocket Rock-S will be ready for launch later this year. We see that Intel hopes to introduce a new line of new chipsets for veterans already in the 400 series, a common action of the company AMD has joined to see that users go through the hoop in so many cases.
There will be no new innovations in these chipsets in fact, as they are the simple drinks of the previous series, but they will still have the youth to be the first to support PCIe 4.0 natively, the truth is in the quotes, because many motherboards and 400 series series are already prepared for it.
Five new chipsets to cover the entire market
The new chipsets are: H510, B560, H570, Z590 and W580, so Intel will keep the Q470 only in the commercial desktop PC market. This move is also confusing, as Q570 delays could force manufacturers to have BIOS updates on processor releases, maintaining the same production line once everyone has moved.
In any case, all chipsets will come under the company’s 14 nm lithographic process, so it is expected that the fact of installing PCIe 4.0 will not affect such a functional scattering. As for the Rocket Lake-S CPUs, it will eventually be the time when Intel leaves Skylake behind as a micro-core builder, using the new era with Cypress Cove and Xe as GPUs, so we should expect to skip the two-digit performance in the CPI.
Doubts have been raised to speculate on whether they will be able to defeat AMD, as rumors point to a total of 8 basic configurations, as opposed to the current 10 on the market with the i9-10900K, something to play for sure is less representative if the CPI and frequency increase, but in offer cannot be excused .
No matter what, the measuring stick will be set by AMD tomorrow, now we need to know how high it will take, because if the small amount of data revealed is correct, Intel has a big problem next year.