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Intel’s 11th Gen desktop CPUs could be split between two different architectures

Intel's 11th Gen desktop CPUs could be split between two different architectures

Buyer beware, rumor has it that not all of Intel’s next-generation desktop CPUs will be based on the same architecture, the one that is supposed to deliver a double-digit gain in IPC (instructions per clock) performance and other goodies. They will, however, all be labeled as 11th Gen Core parts.

Rocket Lake-S is a brand new architecture that is supposed to shake things up for Intel, and potentially retake the gaming performance crown from AMD (maybe). It is still being built on a 14-nanometer manufacturing process, but is not another variation of Skylake. At the risk of bogging you down with codenames, Rocket Lake-S will feature up to eight Cypress Cove cores (and 16 threads), paired with Intel’s Xe graphics.

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