Intel officially launches 11th generation core family desktop processors, also known as Rocket Lake, Bild on Intel's most advanced 14nm process node technology. It highlights new microarchitecture, Cypress Cove, and Xe-LP graphics design, both of which are redesigns of intel's nm mobile products. These parts also include Intel's first PCIe support for resizable BAR, new overclocking features, and enhanced multimedia acceleration.

For this generation, Intel has decided to only produce one size of silicon, and segment its offering, with the new family only being used for Core i5 and up.

In the past intel's Tic -Tok strategy meant that in each product cycle, either the process node would be updated. The new Rocket Lake processors, With the cypress Cove core, falls very much under "Tok" nomenclature, how ever this core isn't a completely new microarchitecture by definition of the word new.

The key part in this family has always been Core i3 -10105F, offering a quad core processors equalent to the core K i7- 7700

Both the core i9 and Core i7 this time around have the same core count- normally the core 9 would offer an obvious difference, such as more cores, but for this generation the difference, such as more core, bt for this generation the difference is more suitable: Core i9 will offer higher frequencies and thermal velocity boost (TVB)

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