Intel launching new 12th Gen Alder Lake-S CPUs and Z690 Motherboard on 19th November

Intel launching new 12th Gen Alder Lake-S CPUs and Z690 Motherboard

As per the reports from wccftech Intel is going to launch its new 12th Gen Desktop Processors based on Intel Alder Lake-S along with Z690 Motherboard on 19th November. This launch is most probably will be the biggest launch in the Chip INdustry this year.

Intel Alder Lake features Golden Cove Architecture on the performance cores and the gracemont architecture on the efficiency, as cores. As per the reports, Intel will refresh its Desktop platform with the introduction of a 600-series chipset with Z690motherboard featuring DDR5 RAM, PCIe Gen 5.0, and enhanced overclocking capabilities.

The Intel Alder Lake Desktop CPU

The Intel’s Alder Lake-S based Core i7-12700K CPU has been discovered on the SiS Software Sandra Database as per a report by wccftech. There’s not a given CPU name on the listing website although WCCFTECH says the specs are most likely of the upcoming Intels 12th Gen Alder Lake-S i7 CPU. Talking about what’s given on the website, the sample is seen with 12 Cores (8x Golden Cove and 4x Goldmont) and a total of 24 Thread count and 25 MB of L3 Cache and the clock speeds is seen to be at a 1.20 GHz base and 3.40 GHz boost frequency (for engineering samples, actual retails versions should be much higher than this)

credit: wccftech

Z690 motherboards

The New Z690 motherboard will support LGA 1700 CPU Socket designed around the INtel Alder Lake and future processors. Z690 motherboard will be able to run DDR5 RAM at a speed of up to 4800 MHz.

Specifications of Z690 Motherboards

  • eDP / 4DDI (DP, HDMI) Display Capabilities
  • 2-Channel (Up To DDR5-4800 / Up To DDR4-3200) Memory Support
  • x16 PCIe 5.0 / x4 PCIe 4.0 Lanes (CPU)
  • PCIe Express 4.0 & PCIe Express 3.0 Support (600-Series Chipset)
  • SATA 3.0
  • Integrated WiFi 6E
  • Discrete Thunderbolt 4 (USB 4 Compliant)
  • USB3 (20G) / USB3 (10G) / USB3 (5G) / USB 2.0
  • Intel LAN PHY
  • Intel Optane Memory H20 (H10 Successor)

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