Intel's Upcoming Processors in 2021: Rocket Lake, Alder Lake, and so on

Intel's Upcoming Processors
Intel's Upcoming Processors

Intel's 11th Gen Rocket lake CPU's has been leaked and is likely to launch in Q1 '2021. We all know that AMD is dominating Intel Nowadays, There's a lot to expect from the Blue team as it's the oldest CPU brand.

So what's Intel's Roadmap for 2021?, What launches are going to happen from the Blue team in 2021? So without further wasting your time, let's see a list of Each and Every Intel Processor which may get launched in 2021.

Intel Rocket Lake: Nitro boost for Desktops

The first Processor expected from Intel in 2021, is obviously the Intel Rocket Lake Processors. The Rocket Lake is going to Join the x86 Intel's 11th Gen Processor Family. It is being rumoured that these chips are going to use a new Architecture, Sunny Cove (Ice Lake) and the Willow Cove (Tiger Lake).

Meanwhile, Intel's 11th Gen CPUs will likely be capped at 8 Cores & 16 threads, and the IPC Improvements ate going to improve the performance up to 25%. This might be the biggest step for Intel to dominate the AMD Ryzen 5000 Series. These CPUs are going to be launched in the Q1 of 2021.

Intel Alder Lake

Intel Alder Lake
Intel Alder Lake

Intel is going to do everything it can to overcome the failure they have faced due to AMD. 2020 has been a very bad year for Intel, so after the launch of Its Rocket Lake Processors, Intel is planning to launch its 12 Gen Alder Lake CPUs. 

The Intel 12 Gen Alder Lake Processors are going to be based on x86-64 Hybrid structure applying Golden Cove Big cores and Gracemont Small cores.

Intel Tiger Lake-H

Intel Tiger Lake-H
Intel Tiger Lake-H

Looks like Intel is planning to launch its "Tiker Lake-H" Processors to the market next year. We have already spotted the Core i7-11370H. The chip is manufactured using Intel's 10 nm Processor Nodes. The Tiger Lake Processors have replaced Intel's Ice Lake Processors Family. 

The Tiger Lake-H is coming includes dual-core and quad-core Models with 9W (7-15W) TDP and 15 W (12-28W) TDP. Also, the Project Athena Laptops are being powered by These Intel Tiger Lake Chips.
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