While MSI says that Intel’s 11th generation processors Rocket Lake series will be released in late March, it is preparing to bring 11th generation support to some of its cards.
Dominating the processor market Intel’in with new generation processors Rocket Lake The first quarter of 2021 was marked for the launch of the series. Official from Danwana forums in South Korea From MSI account A shipment confirmed the processors release date.
Twitter’da @ harukaze5719 while sharing the post with the nickname, Videocardz also confirmed the sharing. The machine translation of the post, on the other hand, gave a sufficiently accurate explanation, although it did not provide perfect translation.
Statement from MSI on forum
MSI – CS Development Customer Center
Right now, H410, B460 ve Z490 Intel 10th generation cards such as will be updated for Intel 11th generation processors, and Z490 will be the first motherboard to be updated.
Intel 11th generation The CPUs launch is scheduled for the end of March, and (cards) will be updated one by one before the March release. “
Intel’s 11th generation processors Rocket Lake in his family Cypress Cove core architecture will be used. These processor cores focus on improving thread performance. Intel hopes to reclaim the single-threading leadership in the next generation, thereby leaving AMD’s Ryzen 5000 series behind.
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Even so AMD’nin It should also be noted that it will be advantageous in terms of core count against its opponent. AMD offers 16 cores support in the AM4 socket. If Intel’s Rocket Lake series is expected to be up to 8 cores.
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Rocket Lake processors used today 400 serisi LGA 1200 supports motherboards when used with the correct BIOS settings. Intel’s new generation 500 serisi LGA 1200 The motherboards are expected to be released as complementary with new processors in the near future.
AMD ve Intel CPU market struggle between the two seems to continue for a longer period of time. Both companies use different methods and with architectures It forces each other to do better, to be more competitive in terms of price. The users benefit most from this situation.