Intel Rocket Lake-S 11. The specifications of the CPU generation have been leaked online.

Intel Lake-S missile leak

Specifications for Intel’s next line of desktop processors, codenamed Rocket Lake-S, have been leaked and will be Intel’s 11th processor. The specifications of the 4 processors have been leaked online and the information has been published by Davidbepo on Twitter.

Intel’s Rocket Lake S series will include new Cypress Cove cores, and the Intel i9-11900K core will be the flagship of the 11th generation. This will be the second generation of the Rocket Lake processor for desktop computers. It will be an 8-core, 16-stream processor with 16MB L3 cache and 4MB L2 cache. The i9-11900K has the same 5.3 GHz single gain clock, and the total gain will still be 4.8 GHz according to the leaked specifications.

The chip will also be equipped with a thermal velocity accelerator, which would allow a jump of 100 MHz in the maximum clock speed. The result is expected to be a 5.3 GHz single-core accelerator, making it the first processor to remove this high frequency directly from the box.

The i9-11900K will have fewer cores than the i9-10900K due to the transfer of Cypress Cove to a 14 nm advanced processing node. The leaks show that the processor has a TDP of 250W, which means that when the processor reaches its advertised clock speed, it will draw a lot of power and become the most energy consuming 8-core chip ever made.

The second chip whose specifications have been leaked is the Intel Core i7 11700K. It is also an 8-core, 16-stream processor, clocked at 5.0 GHz on one core and 4.6 GHz on all cores. It has the same cache as the i9 11900K and this processor has a TDP of 225-250W.

Two other processors, the i5 11600K and the i5 11400, leaked. Both i5 processors are equipped with 6 cores and 12 wires. The Core i5-11600K would operate at 4.9 GHz on one core and 4.7 GHz on all cores. It will have a 12 MB L3 cache and a 3 MB L2 cache.

The Core i5-11400 would operate at 4.4 GHz on one core and 4.2 GHz on all cores. It is a locked chip, but motherboard manufacturers will leverage the BIOS and power-up capabilities of non-K SKUs for Rocket Lake chips, resulting in significant performance gains.

Rocket Lake-S will use the 10th generation LGA 1200 sockets. The generation of the Lake Comet has made its debut. The most important features of the Intel Lake-S rocket:

  • Improved performance thanks to new Cypher roof base architecture
  • Up to 8 cores and 16 wires (two-digit IPC gain with Skylake)
  • New Xe graphic architecture (up to 50% more performance compared to Gen9)
  • Enhanced DDR4 memory support at 3200 MHz
  • PCIe 4.0 lanes processor (available on Z490 and Z590 motherboards)
  • Advanced playback (HDMI 2.0b built-in, DP1.4a, HBR3)
  • Add 4 PCIe processor lanes = 20 PCIe processor lanes for a total of 4.0 lanes
  • Advanced media (12-bit AV1/HVEC, E2E compression)
  • Integrated CPU memory or Intel Optane memory
  • New features and overclocking possibilities
  • Download USB audio
  • CNVi and Wireless-AX integrated
  • Built-in USB 3.2 Gen 2×2 (20G)
  • 5Gb discrete local network Ethernet
  • Intel Thunderbolt 4 discreet (USB4 compatible)

The Lake C rocket is expected to be announced in the first quarter of 2021.

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