The 11th generation Intel Core processor family is sold worldwide, under the leadership of the flagship Core i9-11900K.
The 11th generation Intel Core processor family, whose details have been leaked and whose price tags have surfaced, officially announced. 11th Gen Intel Core S series desktop processors (codenamed Rocket Lake-S) are launched worldwide, led by the flagship Intel Core i9-11900K. Intel Thermal Velocity Boost Reaching 5.30 GHz speeds thanks to its technology, Intel Core i9-11900K also, 10-bit AV1 and 12-bit HEVC able to speed up their codecs.
The 11th Generation Intel Core S series processors designed in the new Cypress Cove architecture are designed for gamers in addition to hardware and software compatibility. The new architecture brings up to 19% IPC improvement per cycle for the highest frequency cores. It also comes with an Intel UHD graphics chip with Intel Xe graphics architecture for rich media and smart graphics capabilities.
11th generation Intel Core processor family officially announced
Eight-core flagship from next-generation processors Core i9-11900KIt will be available with a price tag of $ 539. Thanks to Thermal Velocity Boost (TVB) technology, the processor will be clocked up to 5.3 GHz, 16 threads, 16 MB Intel Smart Cache and DDR4 3200 MHz memory support, promising high performance in gaming and multitasking. If the version without internal GPU, 513$ will be sold with the price. The eight-core Core i7-11700K processor without Thermal Velocity Boost support will also be available at a price tag of $ 399, an increase of $ 25 over its predecessor. Again, the version without internal GPU, 374$ will be sold with the price.
The improvements in the new generation are as follows:
- Up to 19% IPC performance increase
- Up to 50% higher performance with Intel UHD graphics with Intel Xe graphics architecture
- Intel Deep Learning Boost and Vector Neural Network support to accelerate artificial intelligence (AI) processes
- Memory overclocking tools for mid-range motherboards
Collaborating with over 200 game developers IntelIt will bring optimization support to applications and games for 11th generation Intel Core S-series processors.