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Following ASRock and Asus, MSI today has released the firmware updates that add support for Intel 13th Gen Raptor Lake-S chips its 600 series motherboards. The CPUs are expected to launch in October.
ASUS revealed today that it is providing BIOS support and updates to make its Series 600 motherboards with a Z690 chipset, compatible with Intel's forthcoming 13th Gen Raptor Lake CPUs.
Intel's locked Alder Lake-S Pentium G7400T was overclocked from 3.1, all the way up to 5.8GHz, a massive ~87% increase using BCLK tweaking. As such, the CPU has produced some impressive benchmarks.
ASUS has made a new DDR5 to DDR4 adapter which can help fit DDR4 RAM onto a DDR5 motherboard. The device, although prototype, makes sense in the market right now as DDR5 kits are too expensive.
ASUS has confirmed that the reversed capacitor problem that was detected earlier is potentially causing the issues on its ROG Maximus Hero Z690 motherboards. The firm has initiated a recall program.
The $599.99 Maximus Hero Z690 motherboards could be going up in flames due to a silly error from ASUS' manufacturing. Analysis shows that the board's capacitor is placed incorrectly, causing failure.
Intel's Alder Lake-S compatible 600 series motherboards may not all feature the new PCIe 5.0 technology according to a new report. The motherboard models seem to not indicate this difference clearly.
ASRock has announced today that its overclocking (OC) records on Alder Lake-S using the Z690 AQUA OC board have been validated by HWBOT. Meanwhile, Gigabyte has denied that it faked its 8GHz CPU-Z OC.
Intel launched its 12th gen Alder Lake-S desktop CPUs recently which are compatible with both DDR5 and DDR4 boards. In this article, we try to summarise what the pros and cons of each platform are.
Intel at its Innovation event allegedly used an older Windows 11 build - which had issues on Ryzen - to showcase its performance advantages with Alder Lake-S, claims Charlie Demerjian.
Probably the first DDR4 benchmarks for Intel's upcoming Alder Lake-S desktop processors have leaked today via PugetBench. Overall, the performance on DDR4 seems good at least in the case of this.
Today, purported SiSoft Sandra and Cinebench R23 results for Intel's Alder Lake-S Core i9-12900K leaked. While the latter's score is quite impressive, the same cannot be said for Sandra.
New chipset filings for Intel's upcoming H670, B660, and H610 have been spotted on the EEC's website. Curiously, the entries have been made by Intel itself suggesting these aren't launching very soon.
According to a new report today, Intel is purportedly launching its upcoming 12th gen Performance Hybrid-based Alder Lake-S desktop processors and Z690 chipset motherboards in November this year.
Leaked performance numbers for Intel's upcoming Alder Lake-S Core i9-12900K in Adobe's After Effects (AE) suggests that the upcoming Intel CPU could disappoint, at least in some of the workloads.
Intel's Alder Lake-S platform is expected to arrive later this year. However, a new report claims that only higher-end parts are arriving first, followed later by the others in 2022.