In the face of AMD’s strength, Intel seems to be a little hard to resist, but the next two generations of Intel processors have been exposed, and it seems that Intel will once again improve its single-threaded performance. At present, the 11th and 12th generation Intel Core processors have been exposed online. Among them, the 11th generation Core processors are not much different from the current 10th generation Core processors, while the 12th generation Core processors are generally larger.
The two processors exposed by foreign media should be Rocket Lake and Alder Lake processors. Rocket Lake is an 11th-generation Core processor, while Alder Lake is a 12th-generation Core processor. Intel’s 11th-generation Core processor looks the same as the current one. The 10th generation Core processor is the same, but there are major changes in the core, mainly the core display has become the Xe architecture, and the PCIe channel has also been increased to 20, and the 11th generation Core processor will finally support the latest PCIe 4.0 Channels, allowing these PCIe 4.0 graphics cards and SSDs to play even better performance.
Compared with the 11th-generation Core processor, the 12th-generation Core processor is much larger and more slender. It seems to coincide with the previously reported use of the LGA 1700 socket. The processor adopts the design of large and small cores, of which there are 8 large cores and 8 small cores, and only large cores support hyper-threading technology, which means that the future Intel processor is likely to be 16 cores and 24 threads. the design of.