Intel Vice President Gregory Bryant shared the first official picture Intel announced the new Alder Lake CPU on Twitter today. An Intel employee can be seen holding two Alder Lake chips, showing the front and back of a large CPU designed to be installed in a new, larger LGA 1700 socket. Although we have seen a lot of unofficial pictures of Alder Lake, the Twitter post strongly suggests that the new CPU is about to come out.
Coming soon to the global PC: #12thGen Intel Core processor. We can’t wait to show you their unlocked experience! #IntelOn pic.twitter.com/nrCDextcITOctober 6, 2021
Unfortunately, Kobe did not share or hint at the official release date of the new architecture, but at least he told us that it is “coming soon” and we can see the true appearance of the Alder Lake chip from a distance. Keep in mind that this image may be a marketing gimmick. Usually, a fully constructed CPU cannot be retrieved in the fab, so the person wearing the bunny suit in the photo may take the chip out of the retail package and show it off in Intel’s testing facility.
As far as the exact release date is concerned-the best information we currently have is the release date of any one of the rumors November 4 Or the 19th Intel 12th Generation Core Alder Lake CPU.This rumor may be true because we have started to see new Z690 motherboard From online retailers etc. Leaked benchmark Has appeared in the wild. Kobe’s Twitter post may also hint at this release date, although it is an extension.
Alder Lake may be one of the most exciting Intel CPU releases we have seen in a long time. The new architecture marks Intel’s first step beyond 14nm in the desktop market, as well as many other improvements.
Lake Alder will become Significantly enhanced and diverse architecture Compared with Rocket Lake and the previous 14nm architecture. The adoption of a new hybrid core layout-similar to ARM’s big.LITTLE strategy, and higher performance, promises a 19% increase in IPC than Rocket Lake.Not to mention support for newer and faster DDR5 memory, which combined can make the 12th generation The best gaming CPU Until AMD released Zen 4.
In fact, Intel is so confident in Alder Lake that Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger announced that AMD’s lead has ended Recent interview with CRNThe CEO said that AMD has done a good job in the past few years, but now with the advent of Alder Lake and Sapphire Rapids, everything is over.