We are so damn close to the new Intel 11th Gen Core CPUs being released, with Rocket Lake-S nearly upon us it is time to tease the 13th Gen Core CPUs -- yeah, not the 12th Gen Core CPUs, the new 13th Gen Core CPUs with Intel itself confirming Raptor Lake-S is coming.
VideoCardz leaked out a slide that shows Intel's next-gen Raptor Lake-S is a CPU coming in 2022 and that it would be an upgrade to hybrid technology, pack better CPU cache for gaming and new LPDDR6X memory support. Alder Lake will offer the first 'Performance Hybrid Architecture' with new CPU cores as well as PCIe 5.0 technology.
Intel's 12th Gen Core range with the Alder Lake CPU architecture offers the new Performance Hybrid Architecture with new CPU cores and DDR5 support with up to 4800MHz RAM support, as well as next-gen PCIe 5.0 technology with up to 48 PCIe 5.0 lanes for some seriously insane bandwidth for SSDs, GPUs, and everything in between.
- Read more: Intel teases 12th Gen Alder Lake CPUs on 10nm SuperFin for 2H 2021
- Read more: Intel's new Xe-HPG GPU spotted next to next-gen Alder Lake-S CPU
- Read more: AMD will support DDR5 and PCIe 5.0 in 2022, but Intel has DDR5 first
Both the next-gen Alder Lake and Raptor Lake CPU families will go into the LGA1700 socket, while you can read more on the next-gen Alder Lake CPU architecture right here.
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