Intel “Raptor Lake” “Alder Lake” is continuing with an updated hybrid configuration

The news is being greeted closely on the Intel front right now. By the end of the month, it is expected that the Core 11000 “Rocket Lake” series will go on sale officially, and the introduction to the aforementioned launch was fraught with an extraordinary number of leaks. The next series of processors is similar to a lot of Intel products that have been delayed in recent years, and will already be launched in late 2020 – but the Core 12000 “Alder Lake” sequel is said to continue advancing into the final stage of 2021.

With Intel itself loosening the veil around “Alder Lake”, we know what to expect – hybrid processors with up to 16 cores manufactured at 10nm, plus support for DDR5 memory. However, what happens after the Core 12000 series is uncertain. We recently reported the codename “Lunar Lake”, a potential 14th generation base family, and around the same time, information about “Lake Raptor” came out.

Reports now Video Cards About Intel’s leaked product plans that outline the “Lake Raptor” and its location, as well as the annual refresh rate. It can be concluded that the plans are not entirely new from the fact that “Rocket Lake” accompanies the portable platform “Tiger Lake” in the column for 2020, but “Raptor Lake” has been positioned as a regular successor to the 2022 Core 12000 series “Alder Lake”.

If the data turns out to be correct, “Raptor Lake” will become the Core 13000 series, and among the updates from “Alder Lake” there is a hint of support for LPDDR5X and a new power supply architecture called DLVR. The hybrid architecture will also be changed, and on the desktop side we will find an optimized cache solution with an emphasis on gaming.

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Intel upcoming consumer platforms

Rocket Lake-S

Alder Lake-S

Lake Raptor-S.

Meteor Lake – S.

Moon Lake – S.

release

March 2021

Fourth Quarter 2021

2022

2023

2024

Manufacturing technology

14 nm

10 nm Thinning Optimizer

10 nm Thinning Optimizer

7 nm Thinning Optimizer

7 nm Thinning Optimizer

building

Cypress Cove

Golden Cove + Grassmont

Golden Cove + Grassmont

Redwood Cove + Grassmont

Unknown

Graphic designer

Gen 12.1 vehicle

Gen 12.2 vehicle

Gen 12.2 vehicle

Gen 12.7 vehicle

Gen 13 vehicle

the above. The number of cores

8 st.

16 st. (8 + 8)

16 st. (8 + 8)

Unknown

Unknown

Plug

LGA 1200

LGA 1700

LGA 1700

LGA 1700

LGA 1700

Memory support

DDR4

DDR4 / DDR5

DDR5

DDR5

DDR5

PCI Express

4.0

5.0

5.0

5.0

5.0

Processors

Core 11000

Core 12000

Core 13000

Core 14000

Core 15000

Control circuits

500 series

600 series

700 series

800 series

900 series

All information regarding Lake Raptor, Lake Meteor and Lake Lunar is speculative information.

Intel’s offer also mentions a “yearly beat” for updates, as “Raptor Lake” is planned for 2022. If this refresh rate continues, we will see the Core 13000 series give way to “Meteor Lake” in 2023, as Intel takes the step down to 7 nm. , While the architecture of Golden Cove is being replaced by Redwood Cove before “Lunar Lake” takes over in 2024.

Fully in line with reality, the future will emerge – the only thing that is clear is that Intel has no plans.

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