The following processors 12th generation Intel Alder Lake-S They will need a larger socket than the current one, and that will be the LGA1700 which, as you know according to the sencencert of the socks, will have 1700 connectors and not 1151 as the current one. This will obviously include a new generation of boards, but the good news is that those cabinets will mentally support at least this generation and the next second, something that hasn't happened on Intel's infrastructure for more than 10 years.
LGA1700, larger and more durable
As we mentioned, the next LGA1700 socket from Intel, which will start working with desktop users Alder Lake-S 12th generation
The conflict occurred while in the company genetically separated sod LGA1151 between the 6th, 7th, 8th and 9th generation processors, since the last two require 300 chipsets despite having the same socket and the first two generations are not compatible with these boards.
According to the new report, Intel is redesigning the LGA1700 socket to support at least the next three generations of processors. This means that over the 12th generation Alder-Lake S will be the investigators for the release of the new base, it will suit those who follow this generation
This should give the platform some measure of longevity, because it introduces several new computer concepts into a desktop CPU form factor, such as heterogenible CPU cores. The Alder Lake-S will integrate 8-low "Power" Gracemont "CPU cores and high performance" Golden Cove "CPU cores in parallel with the larger ARM & # 39; s.LITTLE, where lightweight loads will be completely handled by power functions low While high performance cores will rise when more power is required.
Has Intel learned a lesson?
The fact that things are not going well for the company in terms of desktop processors is a fact. Not only does AMD break all sales records, but through its operations, its executives beat Intel across the board. Currently, AMD provides better testers, at better prices and with increasing the longevity of the days, so Intel may choose to attack other points without trying to make better processors. After all, even if you managed to create a very powerful processor, when limited in some areas and expensive, users would not buy it.
One of the points may be precisely this, providing a long platform that does not force users to buy a new motherboard to upgrade to a new generation of processors, which will encourage users to pay close attention because it is definitely a benefit if you always want to have the latest generation processors.