With the release of Intel’s 12th-generation processors, rumors spread. Intel Alder Lake, Getting closer and closer. There is no official release date yet, but MSI today announced the November 4th release.
MSI Posted a form Enable users to apply for a free upgrade kit for Coreliquid CPU coolerThe DIY kit is to install an upgraded version to install the heat sink to match the upcoming Intel LGA1700 socket. Although MSI did not mention the specific release date of the CPU or the kit itself, the application process will open on November 4.
Once Alder Lake is on the shelves, at least three new processors will be introduced: Core i9-12900K, Core i7-12700K and Core 15-12600K. We can also expect to see KF series CPUs launched on the same date or soon.Those ones processor Unlike K-series CPUs, it has an integrated Intel Xe graphics card.
According to rumors and early benchmark tests, Intel Core i9-12900K will provide a 5 GHz full-core accelerated clock with a base frequency of 3.70 GHz. This is combined with a combination of 8 P cores/8 E cores and 24 threads. The specifications of the other units are different, but they all have a TDP of 125W.
The Intel Alder Lake-S processor also requires a new Z690 motherboard with the upcoming LGA1700 socket. Although the release date of these motherboards is still unknown, it is safe to assume that they will be available when the market has access to Alder Lake.
Previous Rumors point to November 19 Release date of Intel’s next-generation processor. This may just be a wrong prediction, but it is also possible that Intel decides to speed up the release date and move it to number 4. However, it is important to remember that no rumors are known, and we are unlikely to hear anything from Intel before the Intel innovation event on October 27-28.