Intel was present at CES 2021 with details on the performance of its next-generation processors, along with the unveiling of the 11th generation H-Series processors, as well as Pentium Silver and Celeron processors with 10-nanometer lithography. Published. The Intel Core i9-11900K processor supports PCIe 4.0 as the flagship of the Rocket Lake architecture.
Rocket Lake is the first major architectural change in Intel in the last 5 years, which is expected to cause significant changes in the performance of the company’s products. Intel has now decided to release the details of the Rocket Lake architecture for the first time at CES 2021.
Intel Rocket Lake processors are equipped with a maximum of 8 cores and 16 threads and perform up to 50% better in terms of graphics with integrated Xe graphics. While Rocket Lake S processors are based on a 14-nanometer architecture, unlike previous generations, they use a new Sunny Cove-based architecture called the Cypress Cove. These processors also support PCIe 4.0.
Since the Intel Core i9-11900K processor has been developed with 14nm lithography, it can reach a maximum frequency of 5.3 GHz. If you want all the cores to show the highest performance, their turbo frequency reaches 4.8 GHz, which is significant for an 8-core processor.
The flagship S-Rocket generation processor uses 20 CPU-based PCIe 4.0 lanes, making it Intel’s first major architecture with PCIe 4.0 support, a feature that the current generation lacks. The company’s next-generation processors also feature “Deep Learning Boost” and “VNNI” capabilities, which improve its performance in AI-related tasks.
The Intel Core i9-11900K processor uses the USB 3.2 Gen 2 استاندارد 2 standard and the twelfth generation Xe graphics. This integrated graphics is capable of supporting advanced video decoders such as 4: 4: 4 HEVC and VP9, and can also display video content on 3 4K displays at 60 frames per second. This processor supports DDR4 RAM with a maximum frequency of 3200 MHz.
Users with the Rocket Leak S processors get 19% higher instructions per cycle (IPC) than the previous generation, which is surprising considering the use of the same ninety as before. The 5.3 GHz boost frequency, higher graphics power and the use of new architecture all promise powerful processors that will be available in the first quarter of 2021.