We are far from seeing the Intel “Rocket Lake S” chips, but some information about an alleged CPU has already been leaked.
Benchmarks are at the top of the list, and they are blessed because their databases give us a lot of information. This time it’s the turn of a mysterious Intel Rocket Lake-S chip, which is supposed to equip 8 cores and 16 threads. However, we know very little data because _rogame only showed us certain details of the tested equipment. Here is what we know.
Mysterious Intel Rocket Lake S processor is shown in the benchmark
Rocket Lake-S is the 11th generation of Intel desktop processors, which will follow a 14-nm process. They will also support PCIe 4.0 and DDR4-2933 and will be connected to the LGA1200 socket. The output of these chips would correspond to the year 2021, so we are surprised to receive data from this chip family.
In this case, the alarm was triggered by the famous Twitter @_rogame, which filtered an image with the datasheet of the device that passed the benchmark. As you can see in the picture, we would have a processor with a frequency of 1.8 GHz, an unknown TDP, but we know it has 8 cores and 16 threads.
Finally, the computer had 16 GB of RAM and 512 GB of SSD from Intel. Since the acronym UDIMM appears next to RocketLake S, we think it is a desktop processor. This is because UDIMM RAM is the one we see in home computers.
We don’t know much more, so we’ll keep you posted on the news of the next Intel chips. Remember that the 10th generation desktop processors will be released in May.