The launch date for the Intel Core 11000 Series “Rocket Lake” is nearing. Although a lot of Intel’s upcoming processor lineup is known, it appears the company is using the last few weeks before launch to improve performance and finalize specifications. We already know that the best models in the series will be gifted with a maximum frequency of 5.3GHz using TVB, the thermal speed booster, but Intel is now offering another Strengthen-Technical.
In a post dated Reddit It is a presentation from Intel with details on Adaptive Boost Technology, ABT. Unlike TVB which operates at up to four cores, the function is not limited to temperatures below 70 ° C, instead the ceiling reaches 100 ° C. ABT allows the Core i9 models in the Core 11000 series to reach a frequency of 5.1 GHz across all eight cores – while two cores can still reach 5.2 or 5.3 GHz depending on temperature and TVB.
Intel believes Adaptive Boost technology will be available for Rocket Lake-based Core i9 processors with the K and KF suffixes – at the launch of the i9-11900K and i9-11900KF. another meaning StrengthenThe technology allows motherboard manufacturers to rent free to drive frequencies for shorter periods of time – while they’re actually learning to enable ABT in the BIOS by default without looking at timeframes.
Like others baked in StrengthenTVB functions, Turbo Boost 2.0 and Turbo Boost Max 3.0 are not counted as overclocking by ABT and are covered in the usual way by the warranty. Whether there is any room at all to increase frequencies above 5.1 GHz across all 8 cores, we will have to return to it at launch.