Official benchmarks for Intel's upcoming Alder Lake-S flagship Core i9-12900K have been released today by SiSoftware. It has been compared with the last-gen Rocket Lake 11900K and AMD's Ryzen 9 5900X.
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Almost exactly a month ago, Intel released its latest Intel Graphics DCH Drivers for Windows 10, but they lacked support for the latest Rocket Lake UHD 750 and 730 chipset. That is now rectified.
Hot on the heels of Intel's announcement of 11th-generation Core processors, MSI has announced its gaming desktop PCs, including the Trident, Codex, Infinite, and Aegis series, are getting refreshed.
Today, Dell announced that its Alienware Aurora gaming desktop PC and its XPS Desktop are both getting Intel's new 11th-generation 'Rocket Lake' processors, with up to eight cores.
Today, Intel is announcing its 11th-generation desktop processors, which come with a new core architecture, better integrated graphics, Intel Deep Learning Boost, PCIe 4.0 support, and more.
After a retailer accidentally leaked Intel's next-generation desktop processors, Intel confirmed that the Rocket Lake-S family of CPUs is going to go on sale at the end of this month.
Intel's Ryan Shrout has tweeted a storage performance comparison between the company's upcoming desktop flagship, the Core i9-11900K, against AMD's Ryzen 9 5950X. The i9 emerged as the winner.
Intel has confirmed that its upcoming Rocket Lake-S desktop CPUs won't be compatible with entry-level H410 and B460 boards. Z490 and H470 boards will, however, support the chips after BIOS updates.
Alongside a bunch of other announcements, Intel showed off its 11th-generation desktop processors, codenamed Rocket Lake-S. At the high-end is the octa-core Core i9-11900K with up to 5.3GHz speed.
A leaked Ashes of the Singularity benchmark of the upcoming alleged Intel Rocket Lake Core i9-11900K suggests that AMD has stiff competition to look forward to. The report is currently unconfirmed.
Intel has revealed a few more details about the upcoming Rocket Lake S-series desktop processors, including the new Cypress Cove architecture. It delivers an increase in IPC and Iris Xe graphics.
While Arm DevSummit is happening and AMD is about to announce Zen 3, Intel announced that its Rocket Lake desktop CPUs are on track for the first quarter of next year, with PCIe 4 support.